To choose a college, we should determine whether the medical college is tested by the WHO or not based on its ranking. Points to keep in mind while thinking of taking admission are:

? Is the university public or private?

? What is the reputation of the university and how old is it?

? The university does have a medical school.

? What does University mean?

? You must look up the placement rate annually.

? How qualified is the faculty?

If you are thinking to take admission abroad, top countries you should consider are:


To study MBBS in the Philippines, many students travel from nations outside of the country, including the USA, UK, Germany, and India. All Philippine medical schools have PMC WHO approval. The Philippines' medical schools are providing a low for a shortfall. If students complete the medical programme, they have excellent employment chances in any country.


In the USA, a Medical degree is known as an MD (Doctor of Medicine ) . The Medical Degree in America is MCI, WHO and MCC approved. USA has proved itself as the best in the field of clinical schooling.


Russia has been a popular country for international students, Russia occupying 30thposition among top medical Universities. MBBS in Russia is the first choice for students because of highly subsidised fees by the Russian government. There are almost 57 medical universities in Russia. All Universities are approved by the WHO of MCI.


Studying in German public universities is nearly free of cost, which makes it one of the top names while considered the best country for MBBS. Administrative fees amounting to around €200-€300 per semester, coupled with a relatively cheaper cost of living, make Germany apreferred destination for Indian medicine aspirants.


The main highlight is Kazakhstan offers MBBS courses at fair and affordable prices that are reasonable for students of all countries. The universities in Kazakhstan offer high clinical practice to the students to make sure they take good practical exposure before they head out to professional life. The faculty and staff in the medical universities are highly experienced. There are a lot of affiliated hospitals. There are various facilities provided in recognized universities of Kazakhstan. Eligibility criteria for Indian students to pursue medicine abroad are as listed below:

? Mandatorily qualifying National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) to return and practise medicine in India

? Acquiring an Eligibility Certificate by MCI after qualifying for the exam

? Completing a 10+2 examination from a recognised state or central school council

? Passing 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry and Biology is compulsory

? A minimum score of 50% in PCB and English

? Must be at least 17 years of age and below 25 years


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