Abroad MBBS

Abroad MBBS:

As studying medicine in India gets tougher due to limited seats and high capitation 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 medicine.

MBBS in abroad for Indian students in a MCI approved university at Cheap / low cost fees structure options such as MBBS in Europe / USA is available from Rs. 9 to 60 Lacs! To study MBBS in Abroad is not at all the priority of any Indian student. However, MBBS in Abroad happens to be a great option since the fees structure of MCI approved universities is with low cost. There are around 10,000 Indian students gets admission to MBBS Abroad every year in 12 different countries.
Now Indian Students are dreaming the experience to study MBBS abroad since the quality of education is exceptionally high.

From 2017 onward,  the system would be smoother when the government and private medical colleges would be strictly through merit through one entrance test – NEET 2017. Once the results are announced for 12th standard boards in April / May every year and after the AIPMT in May, the student generally knows where he or she stands in the competition. Hence, this is the right time for the student to carve a Plan B for themselves. The biggest benefit of MBBS abroad is you can study in MBBS abroad college / university without any entrance as well as low costs to study!

MCI Screening Test or FMGE Exam

After you have finished your medical degree from abroad at a medical college/university which is recognized by Medical Council of India (MCI), you will have to take a licensing test which is named as Foreign Medical Graduates Examination (FMGE) or also known as MCI Screening Test.

When to take FMGE exam?

The MCI screening test for foreign medical graduates is conducted annually twice in June and December. The students generally return back on completion of MBBS course in the month of June every year and generally go through the crash course for MCI screening test up to September. They prepare from the next 2 months on their own and give their first attempt in December. This is a licensure examination conducted by the National Board of Examinations (NBE) in India 

 

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