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Faq, Study MBBS In Abroad

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No! Only a few countries require entrance exams for enrolling international medical aspirants into their top-ranked universities.
Students who have qualified for the NEET and have passed their 10+2 examinations in PCB with at least 50% marks and English as a compulsory subject are eligible to study MBBS abroad in most of the educational destinations. However, some leading medical universities also require medical students to have at least 60% or 65% marks in their senior secondary board examinations. Last but not least, the student must be at least 17 years of age at the time of admission.
Yes. Clearing NEET is a must before applying for MBBS in any of the foreign medical universities. If you do not qualify for NEET, you cannot acquire your license to practice as a medical doctor in India once you come back after finishing your studies.
No. MBBS abroad is not expensive and way too affordable – especially as compared to the private medical universities in India.
European countries offer the best education at affordable tuition fees for Indian students. All the medical universities follow the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) and aim to provide high-quality education to medical aspirants. Moreover, lots of high-paying job opportunities are offered to the candidates post graduating.
Regardless of what study destination you choose, there are usually two to three mediums of instruction in most of the leading medical universities abroad. Generally, the programs are held in the local language as well as the English language. Many universities also offer a Bilingual medium of instruction. However, Indian students should only choose a complete English taught program to concentrate on their studies easily without worrying about learning a new language.
Although the duration for medical courses abroad depends from country to country, most educational destinations offer their MBBS/MD programs for 5 to 6 years.

Pursuing MBBS abroad allows you to expand your horizons and find a newer network of international students, teachers and working professionals.

- You get exposure to excellent quality education
- The fee structure is much affordable as compared to India
- The accommodation is reasonably priced
- If you choose the right university, your degree will be globally recognized
- The leading medical universities also give high clinical exposure to the passing graduates
Although the monthly expense in any of the foreign medical universities depends on your lifestyle, preferences and food choices, you can expect your monthly expenditure to be anywhere between $100 - $150.
Yes. Many leading foreign medical universities offer scholarships on the overall tuition fees for international students. The scholarships, however, depend on your academic scores, financial condition and vision to change the world with your education.
Yes. MBBS abroad degree is valid and actually highly reputed in India if you are NEET qualified and have pursued your medical course from one of the leading MCI-approved medical universities of the world.
Yes. It is actually recommended to do your internship in India after graduating from foreign medical universities.

The process to acquire your MBBS admission abroad is easy, online, and hassle-free. Students first need to submit all the required documentation as asked by the university.

It is better to get your documentation process sorted by a trustworthy MBBS abroad consultant or university recognized agents. Once your documents are approved, you will receive the official letter of acceptance from the university followed by the fees and visa processing.

Across two counselling sessions and interviews to personally guide the students, PGmedica Overseas provides a wide range of the following services:

- right university selection
- documentation and Visa assistance
- sanctioning of educational loans, if required
- pre and post-departure guidance
- six years of in-campus support
- travel assistance
- help with currency exchange
- best accommodation facilities
- local guardians in the country