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Options for studying medicine abroad 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. 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. Selecting the right destination: 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 Philippines, Ukraine, Caribbean, UAE, Nepal and China. Finances associated with studying abroad: Before zeroing in on any option, a financial plan must be prepared by the student and the sponsor to understand the financial burden that studying abroad would entail. Students need to understand that after MBBS, they are required to do go for an MD and pursue a super specialty if they want to be successful and earn well in the future. As the healthcare industry is undergoing tremendous reforms and technological changes are redefining it, specialisations are becoming a norm and an area where doctors are getting paid well. Thus, students need to make sure they are not making heavy investments in MBBS. Student should prepare his budget in such a way that PG and higher education in medicine is possible. Top universities University of Santo Tomas, Philippines Description: The University of Santo Tomas is the oldest existing university in Asia, being about 400 years old. Located in the capital, Manila, the university has a highly advanced training methodology, global faculty and a well-equipped campus. Having a profound legacy in education, the university has won several accolades over the years as being country top destination for medicinal studies. However, it has limited seats available for all international students. Courses: UG courses USP: Highly competent student ratio, advanced training mechanism, also students are made eligible for USMLE. Application Deadline: March 31, 2015 Total estimated cost: MBBS programme for 5.5 years, and total estimated cost would be under Rs6 lakh per year. National Pirogov Memorial Medical University, Vinnytsya, Ukraine Description: The university is more than 80 years old and has been ranked 14th among-st 410 medical colleges in Europe. Being on the central western side of Ukraine it remained unfazed by the commotion on the eastern side of the country. The university has been catering to Indian students for the past 20 years and has the highest percentage of students studying in Ukraine successfully clearing the MCI Screening test in India. Courses: The University offers undergraduate (MBBS and BDS) and postgraduate courses (MD, PhD). Under the postgraduate wing they offer 53 specialties to choose from. USP: Being one of the oldest universities and located in a student town, Vinnytsya, the university is known for undergraduate studies. Equipped with advanced training methods, it also has some of the best teaching faculty. Application deadline: June 30, 2015 Total estimated cost: MBBS programme is of 6 years and the estimated total cost would be under Rs4 lakh per year. For postgraduate programmes the cost varies as per the specialty. Texila American University, Guyana, Caribbean Description: The university is known to be one of the best medical schools in Caribbean, with its campus located in Guyana, the only English-speaking country in South America. Their curriculum is structured to prepare the students for license exams in the US, Caribbean and India. The university has unique programmes designed for students seeking Doctor of Medicine courses with exposure to clinical facilities right from the first year of medical education. Courses: Undergraduate (MBBS) and postgraduate programmes (MD/MS) and various online courses for health care professionals USP: The university offers a fast-track MBBS programme (5.5years) with the option of doing clinical rotations (2 years) in USA besides providing specialised training for clearing USMLE from the onset of the programme. Students can also avail scholarships. Application deadline: The University has two intake cycles - March 2015 and September 2015. Deadlines for which are February 28 and August 30, 2015. Total estimated cost: Cost varies depending on the programme chosen. Top three countries for studying abroad Countries such as Philippines, Ukraine, China etc offer cost-effective quality education for MBBS programmes. Philippines: This country is most popular due to the American format of teaching medicine. Not only are students eligible for taking USMLE, it’s also one of the first countries having the highest ratio of Indians clearing the MCI screening test. English being the main language adds to the advantage of studying there. Ukraine: The country has some of Europe’s oldest medical universities rendering education for about 50 years plus. The highly economical cost of education along with advanced training methodology has made it a favourite for most Indians since the past few years. Caribbean: Caribbean has become a popular destination for studying medicine abroad over Russia and China. Primarily because it has English as the main language spoken and secondly due to the various bridge programmers available for doing clinical rotations in the US and the USMLE training being provided.
MBBS in Abroad- What all to keep in mind? MBBS in Abroad- Decision Points What all things should one keep in mind before one decides to study MBBS in abroad? MBBS Cost The first and foremost decision point before deciding if or where to study MBBS in abroad is cost or expense. Nepal and Bangladesh are more expensive than doing MBBS in the Philippines. However, the quality of education is more or less the same. If you want to study at low cost and want good quality education, then the best country for studying MBBS is the Philippines. The Philippines has seen a rise in prominence and has seen more and more students going there to study. The reason is simple- it is inexpensive and offers a high quality of education making it one of the premier destination for studying MBBS from. Other options where the total cost is low includes Russia and Ukraine, both of which are European nations. Indian students have traditionally chosen these two countries but their preferences for studying MBBS from abroad are now changing. China is another good alternative for Indian students. The quality of education is good and a large number of Indian students choose to study in China though it is on the expensive side. MCI Recognition/Affiliation– A very important factor to consider while deciding the country is whether the college you choose is recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI) or not. The reason is that you can appear for MCI screening test only if the MBBS degree you get is from a college recognized by the MCI. You should contact Global Medical Foundation if you have any doubt whether the college is recognized by MCI or not. Where the list of colleges where a student can take admission in for remains same for most countries, China is an exception. Every year, the People’s Republic of China’s Ministry of Education (MOE) issues a list of Institutions and scale of enrollment in China that are authorized to enroll international students for undergraduate clinical medical programmed in English medium.This list is available at- http://www.indianembassy.org.cn/DynamicContent.aspx?MenuId=48& SubMenuId=0. The list is also available on the MOE and the Medical Council of India (MCI) websites. For admission in China, contact STUDY MBBS ABROAD Quality of Education– This point has already been slightly touched upon in the first point under cost. One of the major doubts that Indian aspirants have in their mind is whether the colleges actually provide good quality of education. The answer is YES! The colleges that we would tell you to take admission in will be recognized by MCI and World Health Organisation (WHO). Not only this, they also have received affiliation for the many local and international bodies such as FAIMER. The quality of education is better than private colleges in India and you can study in these colleges at a much cheaper cost, 75% less than what you pay to Indian private colleges. Countries such as the Philippines offers high-quality education to the students. The student gets global exposure and gets the opportunity to practice in some of the most developed countries in the world such as the US and the UK. The quality of education is very high in the Philippines and China. In most countries, the last 1 year is the clinical rotation or internship. Students work with live patients in the hospitals affiliated with the university. You will get ample practical exposure while studying from abroad. There is a big misconception that practicals are not given enough importance in foreign countries. For direct admission for MBBS in abroad, contact Global Medical Foundation. Hostel & Food– A big factor to consider before deciding where to do your MBBS from is the availability of neat, clean and comfortable accommodation along with the availability of Indian food- both vegetarian & non-vegetarian. Let us take one factor at a time, students don’t generally face the problem of finding accommodation as most colleges/universities have on-campus hostels. Where the hostel facility is not available, the universities generally have tie-ups with the surrounding area’s PGs and flats. The students can choose where he/she wishes to stay depending on the facilities he/she wants. Students usually stay in 2, 3 or 4 sharing rooms so as to cut the costs. There is rarely any problem where the student is unable to find a proper accommodation. The charges of accommodation on an average is similar to that in India. It costs about ₹8-12 thousand per month on an average. Indian food is available aplenty in Philippines, Nepal, China and Bangladesh. The mess serves Indian food in most colleges in these countries. The students can make their own food and can order it from Indian restaurants present locally. There are PGs which house Indian students only, you can guess that there will be no problem for Indian students to get the food they want. Time Duration- While this might not seem like a factor to consider but it directly affects how much your total cost is. Here is a table showing the number of years it takes to complete the medical degree from different countries- FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT US CALL / WHATS APP 9567162251
MBBS in Russia from Top Medical Universities MBBS in Russia, study mbbs in russia, top medical universitites in russia Russia has been popular destination for International students for pursuing MBBS right from Soviet Era. Russia boasts about occupying almost 30 positions amongst top 100 ranking Medical Universities according to the World Health Organization (WHO)'s "Directory of World Medical Schools". Pass-outs from Russian Medical Universities are presently working in the leading Hospitals across the globe. MBBS in Russia is a preferred choice for International students because of highly subsidized fee by Russian Ministry of Health & Education as compared to other western countries. High Quality of Education combined with this low cost is one of the main reasons for choosing top medical universities of Russia for MBBS. There are almost 57 medical universities in Russia. The student to teacher ratio is 7:1 in all Russian Medical Universities. About 12 of these universities provide MBBS in English Medium. In the past decade there has been a tenfold increase in number of international students travelling for MBBS in Russia. All universities are recognized by WHO & Medical Council of leading countries like U.S.A, U.K, middle east, Australia, India, Canada etc. Duration of MBBS in Russia in English Medium is 6years. Students can also opt for MBBS in Russian Medium. Duration of which is 7 years which includes 1 year as Russian Language Training (Preparatory Faculty) About Russia Russia is a country and it is situated in Asia and Eastern Europe. Russia is the largest country of the world by land area and it is also known as Russia Federation. Moscow is the capital of Russia and Russian Federation is the official name of Russia. Moscow, the capital of the Russia, is the largest city is the world. Population of Russia is about 146.6 million. Russian government is based on a democratic form of rule. The Russian Federation shares land border with Finland, Lithuania and Poland (both with Kaliningrad Oblast), Belarus, Latvia, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, China, Norway Estonia, Mongolia, and North Korea. Why MBBS Study in Russia Medical Study in Russia is very easy for a normal student because any student from all over the globe can take direct MBBS Admission without any entrance exam. MBBS fee in Russia is very low because the Russian Government provides subsidy for education. Average MBBS fee in Russia is between 2.5 Lacks to 5 Lacks per year. All Russian Medical Universities are listed in WHO and MCI so a student who gets an MBBS degree from Russia can practice anywhere in the world including India. Students from all over the globe go to Russia for MBBS Study and all medical universities provide quality medical education and practical knowledge. Students get fully furnished hostel facility inside the university campus with fresh and quality food. MBBS Students can get scholarship also if they fulfill the scholarship criteria. All MBBS students in Russia get Medical Insurance for all courses and get full medical treatment when they need. Students get training for MCI screening test during the medical course and professors are well aware about the MCI screening test. Medical courses are taught in English and Russian languages, MBBS students also get training to learn Russian Language because by learning Russian language a student can communicate with patients in the hospital during the time of medical practice. Benefits Of MBBS In Russia For Indian Students 2017 No Entrance exam & No Donation. Easy Admission Procedure Low & Subsidized course fees. Worldwide Recognition of the Degrees provided by Medical Universities of Russia. European Standard of Living Degrees Recognized Worldwide Indian Canteen is Available in most of the Universities. Excellent Result in MCI Screening Test (Only Rus Education provides MCI Coaching in Russian Medical Universities) Reference Available of Students working in Leading Hospitals Across the World (our pass outs are working not only in India but in Australia, Canada, USA, UK and other major countries across the globe) 100% Visa Guarantee All the universities are Government Universities of Russia Eligibility Criteria For MBBS In Russia The student shall complete the age of 17 years on or before 31st December of the year of admission. The student should have obtained 50% marks in the 12th standard examination. Students belonging SC/ST and OBC category are eligible having 40% marks in aggregate in the 12th standard examination. Top Universities for MBBS Study in Russia I. M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University Tver State Medical University Orenburg State Medical University Bashkir State Medical University Smolensk State Medical University Peoples' Friendship University of Russia Kursk state medical University Kazan state medical university Ryazan State Medical University Crimea Federal University Northern State Medical University Pavlov First Saint Petersburg State Medical University Volgograd State University Perm State Medical University OMSK State Medical University Syktyvkar State University Mari State Medical University Altai State Medical University Dagestan State Medical University Requirements For MBBS Admission In Russia 2017-2018 10th and 12th class mark sheets 2 Photos Strong will to become a doctor MBBS In Russia Fees 2017-2018 Russia has a good reputation in the field of Medical Education and Russian Medical Universities make it possible by providing quality medical education. MBBS fee in Russia is very low comparing to Indian Medical Universities and private colleges. Any student from India can take direct MBBS Admission in top Medical Universities of Russia. All Russia Medical Universities are recognized from WHO and MCI. Here is the MBBS fee structure of top Medical Universities of Russia
Admission Process It is our immense pleasure to inform you that we have already issued the Invitation Letters for Study MBBS in Philippines, Ukraine, China, Russia, Kyrgyzstan and Bangladesh for 2017-2018. Students who are interested to enroll themselves to study medicine in Philippines, Ukraine, China, Russia, Kyrgyzstan and Bangladesh should immediately send their scan documents at eduworldkozhokode@gmail.com .We at Overseas Education World are recognized and licensed by the Education Ministry to enroll students directly in respective countries.For the application, you are requested to put the subject line "For Academic year 2017-18" in email. Process for Application in 2017 - 2018: You can get direct admission if you have more than 50% (40% for SC/ST/OBC) in PCB in class XII There are limited seats, Admissions is on a Rolling basis (First apply first admit basis) To apply complete the Registration form and attach Demand Attach photocopy of your Class X & XII mark sheet & Mail it to our address in India. University will reserve your seat and issue you an Admission letter. You can apply & reserve your seat even if you have not passed your class 12 board exams. Application Form: Take a print out of the Application Form, fill it and enclose the attachments & send it with a Demand Draft in favor of Overseas Education World, payable at Kolkata and send it to the O.E.World address given in the form. Application form you will get in the download section in the website. Download and take a print out and send it to us. After receiving your documents we will Apply for your admission Letter in the University
STUDY MEDICINE AT REPUTED UNIVERSITIES/COLLEGES IN WESTERN, EUROPEAN & SOUTHEAST ASIAN COUNTRIES Becoming a doctor is a dream for many a young men and women, looking for a profession that is among the most respected, financially rewarding and attractive career in India. However the stark reality is that aspirants outnumber, by far, the available MBBS seats, resulting in increased competition, huge capitation fees, quota system etc forcing many aspirants with capability and aptitude to give up their doctor dream altogether or end up wasting years trying to repeat various entrance exams. Though India through its 412 medical colleges produce over 45000 doctors annually, as per official figures released by Ministry of Health Government of India, there is only one doctor for every 1, 700 citizens in India, clearly indicating that India faces huge dearth of doctors and would require about four lakhs more doctors by 2020 to reach the WHO mandated ratio of one doctor per 1, 000 people. The mammoth shortfall of doctors is not limited to India. If one takes the WHO figure; the shortfall of doctors throughout the world is huge. Countries like United States, UK, and Australia also face a huge shortage which would reach alarming proportion by 2020. Though developed countries of the world like USA , UK , Canada , Australia etc remain the first choice of students and parent seeking world class medical education , one should be realistic that it can be extremely challenging in term of time, fees and intellectual effort though the reward for the same is a flourishing medical career. Moreover to get admission in institutions of these countries, students have to undertake the Admission Tests. The UK Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT) or the Biomedical Admissions Test (BMAT), Graduate Australian Medical School Admission Test (GAMSAT) or MCAT (North American Medical College Admission Test and so on
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