Many Indian students think about study mbbs abroad options. They often fail to take admission because of lack of information about the foreign universities.
University and country selection needs to be done carefully considering the following points:
(a) Is the University recognized by the Medical Council of India?
(b) If the University is not recognized then the degree is not valid in India.
(c) Is the University recognized by World Health Organization?
(d) Is the University listed in World Directory of Medical Schools?
(e) Is the medium of teaching English?
(f) Is the city where the University is located big & well developed with good population? This is very important to have good exposure to patients for clinical exposure.
(g) What is the exact tuition fee and other expenses like food, transportation etc and whether it fits my budget / can I parents afford it?
Further, according to the Medical Council of India regulations, every Indian student who completes his MBBS from abroad (known as Foreign Medical Graduate) has to clear Medical Screening Test in India before he can start to practice. This examination is known as “Foreign Medical Graduate Examination” (FMGE). This examination is conducted by National Board of Examinations (NBE) on behalf of Medical Council of India.
A mandatory requirement for eligibility for FMGE is that the University / Medical School from here the candidate has completed his/her education is listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools
And, He / She should have studied for the medical course at the same Institute located abroad for the entire duration from where he / she has obtained the degree.
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