STUDY MBBS ABROAD FOR INDIAN STUDENTS
Studying MBBS in India gets tougher due to limited seats and high tuition fee, a number of medical aspirants check out the options abroad to become qualified doctors. Although taking the overseas route in the healthcare industry has been in prevalence for quite some time, over the past few years there has been an average increase of about 10-15 per cent increase in the number of students going abroad for studying MBBS.
While choosing the institutes abroad for medical studies — at undergraduate or post graduate level — there are several factors that a student needs to keep in perspective to enable him/her to choose the option most suitable for them. MBBS in abroad for Indian students in a MCI approved colleges/universities at affordable /Low fees structure options such as MBBS in Nepal/Ukraine/Russia/Philippines and some other countries is available from Rs.18 Lack to 60 Lakhs.
Every year more than 10,000 Indian students are taking admission in different countries for MBBS courses.
Country Wise List and Fees of MBBS Colleges/Universities
1. Tuition Fee for entire MBBS Course
|Fee & Expenses
||Colleges / Universities
||Indian Private Medical Colleges and Deemed Universities in India.
||Cremia State Medical University, People Friendship University of Russia, Tver State Medical university, KabardinoBalkarian State University
| 20-25 Lacs
||Odessa National Medical University, Bogomolets National Medical university, Ternopil Medical university, Kiev International Medical University.
||B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Institute of Medicine, Manipal Medical College, Kathmandu Medical College, Nepalganj Medical College.
||University of Warsaw, University of Gdansk, University of Lodz, University of Lubin
||Osh State Medical University, Kyrgyz State Medical University, Jalal-Abad State Medical University,
||Armed Force Medical College, Dhaka Medical College, Jalalabad RagibRabeya Medical College, KHAWAJA YOUNIS MEDICAL COLLEGE
2. Hostel Accommodation with 2 time meal
3. Miscellaneous cost includes in this budget
Road Map to study MBBS in Abroad:
There are 2 types with respect to MBBS course duration when you plan to study MBBS in abroad.
1. 5 Years abroad and internship in India
2. 6 Years abroad with mandatory internship abroad.
After completion of MBBS from abroad, you have need to complete 3 more steps to start job/practice in India.
1. You have to clear MCI screening test/FMGE exam
2. Complete 1year internship in India
3. Registration process with MCI as a medical practitioner.
After completion of these three process you will be in a position to appear in AIPGMEEE( Entrance test for PG )
Benefits to study Abroad for Indian students.
1. No need to crack any entrance test (except Nepal)
2. Admission based on 12 slandered PCB and English marks
3. Affordable fee structure
4. No donation / No capitation
5. MCI approved medical colleges
6. In many country Living cost is almost same as India.
How to select the right country for study MBBS
It is imperative that the country which the student is exploring for studying medicine is recognised as a good study abroad destination by the WHO, IMED, European Union, MCI and other international medical boards. This is to ensure that any future employment opportunity is not impaired due to non-recognisation.
Secondly, the country should have vast scope for healthcare industry in terms of innovation, technological advancement in hospitals, patient-care management, exposure to different diseases to treat and prevent, etc. so that the student is able to imbibe immense learning from the external environment as well.
In general students would want to pursue medical studies in first world countries like USA, UK, Australia and Canada. However, what many are unaware of is that most of these countries have a highly restricted environment for allowing international students to study medicine. Secondly, if one is able to clear all requisite formalities the education cost easily lies in the bracket of Rs7 crore to Rs10 crore for an undergraduate course.
Hence, these options are not feasible mostly for undergraduate (MBBS) studies. For postgraduate studies, there are country-level medical licensure exams to be cleared (in certain countries even state-level exams need to be taken), post which the student can pursue their postgraduate studies.
Thus, the most popular and good study abroad destinations for undergraduate medical studies are Nepal, Ukraine, Philippines, Caribbean, UAE, and China.