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Highlights About MBBS Abroad for Indian Students.

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Course, Examination and countries

Course Level : Undergraduate Examination type : Semester Recommended Countries: Russia, Georgia, Germany, Nepal

Eligibility, Admission Process

•10+2 level exam with Biology •Qualify NEET or MCAT exam

•Entrance Based (NEET/MCAT)
•English Test (IELTS, TOEFL)
• Personal interviews

Fees , Salary

MBBS Abroad fees : INR 15 Lacs-INR 60 Lacs

Average Salary : INR 40 Lacs to INR 1.3 Crore


Top Recruiters : Hospitals, Clinics, Nursing Homes, Health centers, Pharmaceutical Companies, Biomedical Companies.

Top Positions : Doctors, Physicians, Junior Doctors, Junior surgeons, researchers, Scientist

Who should get admission to study MBBS abroad?

Abroad or India is the next part. The first important thing is that students should have a passion for and a dream of becoming a doctor. Parents or guardians should not put any pressure on their children to become doctors.

The student who is very passionate about becoming a doctor but couldn’t get good marks in the NEET UG exam should get admission to a foreign country.

After the NEET UG result, there are many possibilities where students need to decide on MBBS admission. Many questions will arise, like, Which college is best? How do I get MBBS admission? Which country should I choose? We cover all these questions during a face-to-face student guidance lecture.

Students can think about taking MBBS abroad by checking their NEET UG marks.

If a student gets 550+ marks in NEET UG: They can select Indian government medical colleges.

If a student gets marks between 350 to 550 in NEET UG: Students who got less than 500 marks should get admission for MBBS Abroad without wasting an entire year. Students could think about retaking the NEET UG exam if they got marks between 500 and 550. 

If a student gets marks between 120 to 350 in NEET UG: The student may be weak in Chemistry and physics but strong in biology. In that case, the student can opt for MBBS abroad.

Others can either retake NEET UG exam or find different options for career development.

Financial strategy for the student opting MBBS course.

While selecting the university to learn MBBS course you must think about financial condition.

MBBS in Indian Government Medical Universities: This is best and most affordable option. If you got 600+ marks in NEET UG then don’t lose this opportunity. 

MBBS in Indian Private Medical Universities: This is most costly option, not everyone can afford it. To take admission there, your budget should be more than 1 crore. We don’t recommend this option. Because there is another option where you can save much money and reuse it for many purposes.

MBBS Abroad universities: This is second best option where you can choose the country and university as per your budget. 

After Completing MBBS and PG if you compare between students learned MBBS from foreign university and Private Medical University. Knowledge wise both will be equal. But there will be some financial advantage for foreign return student. Because he can use saved money to pursue Medical PG.

Why reserve a seat for MBBS Abroad while waiting for NEET marks?

  • We have a 100% refund policy if you got admission to the Indian Government Medical college for MBBS.
  • You have only a 5% chance to get admission to an Indian Government Medical college.
  • You Have to score above 550 Marks and achieve a rank in the top 48000 students to get admission in India.

How to Select the university to study MBBS Abroad?

You should select the university which follows NMC conditions and guidelines.

Many Overseas Education Consultants hides these guidelines in counselling session. You can either read these conditions at NMC official Website or by talking with our Counsellors.

Your Chances to get MBBS admission in India.

Type of Colleges
Total CollegesTotal Seats
Government Medical Colleges32248,028
Private Medical Colleges including Deemed Universities29044,465
AIIMS & JIPMER institutions19 AIIMS.
1205 AIIMS.
+ 200 (JIPMER)
Grand Total (Total Seats through NEET)63394,198
Total Students Appearing for NEET18,72,343
Percentile score to get admission5%

Why studying MBBS abroad is better than Indian Private Colleges?

While the high cost of medical education in India and the scarcity of seats are the primary reasons why students prefer to study medicine abroad, other things that add value to an internal degree cannot be overlooked.

Tuition FeeVery High tuition fees in private medical colleges in India.Very Low
InfrastructuresNot Up to the mark.World Class
AccreditationVery few.. Almost all 
Teaching expenseMany universities in India are not older than 10-15 years.100 – 200 Years
Duration5.5 Years5 & 6 Years
Global ExposureNoYes
AffordabilityBudget should be 80 lakhs to 15 Crore.
requires 20 – 30 Lacs
LicensingThrough NEXT.Through NEXT
Admission ProcessCritical.Very easy
Practice Global NormsNo.Yes
International Job ProspectusVery Low.Yes
Globally acclaimed facultyvery low.Yes
Learn new language opportunityNo.Yes

More info About MBBS Abroad

FAQs for MBBS Abroad

Both studying MBBS in India and studying MBBS overseas have advantages and disadvantages. Students would have to consider their possibilities and choose the best solution for them. This article explains the advantages of studying MBBS in India and abroad in great detail.

Students who wish to pursue MBBS in another country must be 17 years old at the time of application. He must have earned his 10+2 from a recognized institution. The candidate must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 50% in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology and have studied English as a compulsory subject during his 10+2 years. To apply abroad, the student must also pass the NEET.

A huge number of Indian students prefer to study medicine abroad due to the limited number of government medical seats and the high expense of studying at private medical institutions.

Students who wish to apply for MBBS in abroad must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 50% in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, as well as have studied English as a compulsory subject during their 10+2 years. To apply abroad, the student must also pass the NEET.

Bangladesh, China, Nepal, Russia, and Ukraine are popular destinations for Indian medical students.

The cheapest nations to study MBBS overseas including China, Nepal, Ukraine, and Bangladesh.

Candidates who completed their Medicine abroad and wish to practice medicine in India must take the Foreign Medical Graduate Examination (FMGE) exam, which is approved by the Medical Council of India (MCI).

Studying MBBS in overseas countries is a personal choice that the student must make. Studying MBBS in foreign countries has many advantages, including access to cutting-edge colleges, world-class teachers, worldwide exposure, and a globally recognized degree, to name a few.

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