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Study MBBS /MD Abroad




Major parameters deciding the right university out of a pool of more than 5,000 Universities/Institutes

Worldwide

Funding

  • Country of preference
  • Objective and goals of the student
  • Current academic strength’s, discipline at graduation
  • Intellectual potential

  • Options based upon the profile of student
  • Size of university
  • Faculty and research potential
  • Cost: Tuition fee & cost of living/food


Eligibility Criteria for MBBS (MD) Abroad

  • The minimum age to apply for MBBS (MD) abroad is 17 years by the 31st Dec of the admission year.
  • The minimum percentage required to apply is 50% with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology as core subjects for the General category and 40% for the reserved category for SC, ST & OBC.
  • A valid passport.
  • NEET qualified scorecard.

Benefit of Study MBBS (MD) Aborad

  • Affordable Tuition fee ranges from Rs. 2 to 3 lakhs per year
  • No donation or Capitation fee is to be paid
  • Universities Recognised by the Medical Council of India (MCI) and the World Health Organisation (WHO).
  • Degree is Internationally valid and accepted
  • World Class Infrastructure

Our Indian Graduates with Foreign Medical Degrees: India Law Says That

  • Indian students can seek medical qualification from any recognized medical education institution in a foreign country. Such students are required to register with a State Medical Council (SMC) to practice in India after obtaining their degree.
  • SMC can register a student with foreign medical qualification only after he/she appears and passes in the Foreign Medical Graduate Examination (FMGE) conducted by the National Board of Examination (NBE). The FMGE is conducted twice a year and a student has to score a minimum of 50% marks to pass this exam.
  • This is a statutory requirement as per section 13(4A) of the IMC Act, 1956 amended in 2002. Students who hold an undergraduate as well as postgraduate medical degree from the following countries need not take the FMGE and they can directly be registered by the SMC.

COUNTRY

DURATION

BUDGET

RUSSIA

6 Years

12 - 20 Lakhs

KYRGYZSTAN

5 / 6 Years

10 - 18 Lakhs

KAZAKHSTAN

5 Years

12 - 20 Lakhs

CHINA

5 + 1 Years

12 - 20 Lakhs

PHILIPPINE

1½ + 4 Years

15 - 22 Lakhs

ARMENIA

5½ / 6 Years

17 - 24 Lakhs

GEORGIA

5½ / 6 Years

17 - 24 Lakhs

BELARUS

6 Years

18 - 25 Lakhs

UKRAINE

6 Years

18 - 25 Lakhs

BANGLADESH

5 Years

35 - 40 Lakhs

NEPAL

5 Years

50 - 65 Lakhs


Listed below are the countries that do not provide direct admission, student has to give their entrance examination and per year fee, which is starts from Rs. 18 to 30 lakhs.

  • AUSTRALIA
  • CANADA
  • NEW ZEALAND
  • UNITED KINGDOM
  • UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

LET’s UNDERSTAND ABOUT FMGE-SCREENING TEST

The FMGE-Screening Test has been introduced through the Screening Test Regulations 2002. As per the regulations, “An Indian citizen/Overseas citizen of India possessing a primary medical qualification awarded by any medical institution outside India who is desirous of getting provisional or permanent registration with the Medical Council of India or any State Medical Council on or after 15.03.2002 shall have to qualify a screening test conducted by the prescribed authority for that purpose as per the provisions of Section 13 of the Act.

The Applicant must meet/fulfill the following criteria:

  • He/She is a citizen of India or an overseas citizen of India.
  • The candidate should possess a primary medical qualification, which is confirmed by the Indian Embassy concerned, to be a recognized qualification for enrolment as a medical practitioner in the country in which the institution awarding the said qualification is situated.


SCHEME OF EXAMINATION – FMGE

FMGE (SCREENING TEST) BLUEPRINT
It's a computer-based exam. FMGE is divided into two parts of 150 questions each with a time allocation of 150 minutes for each part. There is a scheduled break between the two parts.
The exam will include all subjects taught during the MBBS course including pre-clinical, para-clinical, and clinical. Approximate weightage will be given to each subject as indicated in the bulletin.

A.     Pre & Para Clinical Subjects: 100 Marks

B.     Clinical Subjects: 200 Marks

1.      ANATOMY - 17 Questions     

2.      PHYSIOLOGY - 17 Questions

3.      BIOCHEMISTRY - 17 Questions

4.      PATHOLOGY - 13 Questions

5.      MICROBIOLOGY - 13 Questions

6.      PHARMACOLOGY - 13 Questions

7.      FORENSIC MEDICINE- 10 Questions

1.      MEDICINE & ALLIED SUBJECTS

  • MEDICINE - 33 Questions
  • PSYCHIATRY - 05 Questions
  • DERMATOLOGY & STD - 05 Questions
  • RADIOTHERAPY - 05 Questions

2.      GENERAL SURGERY & ALLIED SUBJECTS

  • GENERAL SURGERY - 32 Questions
  • ANESTHESIOLOGY - 05 Questions
  • ORTHOPEDICS - 05 Questions
  • RADIODIAGNOSIS - 05 Questions

3.      PEDIATRICS - 15 Questions

4.      OPHTHALMOLOGY - 15 Questions

5.      OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY - 15 Questions

6.      OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY - 30 Questions

7.      COMMUNITY MEDICINE - 30 Questions


Type of Questions: The exam will only contain multiple-choice questions, each with four (4) options and only one (1) correct response.

Number of Attempts: There is no restriction on the number of attempts that can be availed by an applicant.

Pass Percentage of students who appeared FMGE


ADMISSION PROCESS AND OUR SERVICES

Step 1: Registration
Send a scan copy of your 10th and 12th Documents with passport size photograph and NEET scorecard at our email Id. And the registration amount to the given account number.

Step 2: Admission Confirmation
As soon as the admission letter comes, you have to submit the second installment of the processing charge with the original passport and documents with some additional documents as per the instruction.

Step 3: Visa Application
Once the documents get submitted at the Embassy, and the visa gets confirmed, the student needs to give the third installment. As soon as the passport is received with visa stamping, all the original documents will be given back to you.

Step 4: Travel Information
The last step is the travel arrangements which will be done by us, we will give you all the necessary details about the departure time, arrival time, etc. After this, you have to submit the last installment of the processing fee.


We assist the student in the Medical Council of India’s (MCI) eligibility certificate process, Exchanging Indian Rupees in dollars, assist

in parents’ visa if required, loan letter from University in case the student wants to get a loan, and other important things too.

We know that educational consulting is more than just information sharing. For students who want to pursue their careers from a

country of their choice, our service is not limited to providing data on universities and majors available. We also help students to

make their next big step, as well as support during all periods of studying, till they toss up their graduation caps in the air. We

expand the list of services provided to the students and parents, so they can choose from the variety available according to

their prerequisite.



STEP BY STEP PROCESS

1.      First Contact with Crucial Admission Counselor Office

  • Tell us about the course you are interested in.

  • Get the intense counseling from our experts.

  • Get register with our company for your admission process.

  • Gives presentation about chosen Country

  • Provides consultancy on courses available, fee structure, university, etc.

  • Helps to choose a city and the university, according to the desired field to study, interests and lifestyle preferences for studying in chosen Country

  • Starts coordination with official authorities (Ministry of Education and Science) of chosen Country, Universities, Embassy of chosen Country in India, etc.


2.      Admission and Visa

  • Submit your 10+2 certificate and passport copy to the Crucial Admission Counselor Office.

  • After getting admission, prepare all other documents that are required for a visa and travel to the chosen Country.

  • Helps to collect all the documents for admission and visa

  • Gets admission letter from the University (time required - about a week)

  • Helps with translation of documents for the embassy

  • Helps with legal approval of required documents Supports with processing of required documents

  • Escorts student for all the medical check-ups and helps to get fast all the required medical certificates

  • Supports with insurance (medical insurance, immigration insurance)

  • Appoints date for the interview at the embassy and trains student for successful passing of the interview


3.      Preparations for the Trip and Departure

  • Participate in special training about legal issues, lifestyle, studying in chosen Country, etc.

  • Prepare all necessary things for the trip

  • Conducts training in India regarding legal, social issues in chosen Country

  • Provides students consultancy about financial issues in chosen Country, lifestyle, studying, etc

  • Helps in buying tickets

  • Meets at the airport before departure and ensure safe and comfortable departure from India

  

4.      Coming to Chosen Country

  • Arrive in chosen Country

  • Meets you at the airport

  • Escorts to the University (any city of chosen Country)

  • Helps with registration and accommodation on campus and in the University

  • Reports parents and relatives about your successful arrival and accommodation

  • Provides the student with a mobile sim card to stay connected

  

5.      First Days in the Chosen Country

  • Get acquainted with new cultures, people, cities, etc.

  • Learning how to be an international student in a chosen Country

  • Organizes excursions around the city

  • Takes care of necessary legal questions

  • Gives students and parents all contact information to get 24/7 support and consultancy

  • Organized required training and masterclasses about studying in chosen Country








  1. Ukraine


  2. Russia


  3. Armenia


  4. Belarus


  5. Philippines


  6. Kazakhstan


  7. Kyrgyzstan


  8. China


  9. Georgia


  10. Nepal


  11. Bangladesh