Population : 2.9 crore(approx.)
Language : Nepali, English
Capital :
Kathmandu
Exchange Rate: 1 NR = .60 INR

About Nepal

MBBS In Nepal

Nepal has a diverse geography, including fertile plains,[15] subalpine forested hills, and eight of the world’s ten tallest mountains, including Mount Everest, the highest point on Earth. Kathmandu is the nation’s capital and largest city. Nepal is a multiethnic nation with Nepali as the official language.

It is located mainly in the Himalayas, but also includes parts of the Indo-Gangetic Plain. With an estimated population of 26.4 million, it is 48th largest country by population and 93rd largest country by area. It borders China in the north and India in the south, east, and west while Bangladesh is located within only 27 km (17 mi) of its southeastern tip and Bhutan is separated from it by the Indian state of Sikkim. Nepal has a diverse geography, including fertile plains, subalpine forested hills, and eight of the world’s ten tallest mountains, including Mount Everest, the highest point on Earth. Kathmandu is the nation’s capital and largest city. Nepal is a multiethnic nation with Nepali as the official language.

Facts about Nepal

Population 2.9 crore (approx.)
Capital Kathmandu
Language Nepali, English
Religion Hindu,Buddhism, Islam, Kirant, Christianity,  Animism
Currency  Nepali Rupees
Key Cities Kathmandu, Pokhara, Patan, Biratnagar etc
Exchange Rate 1 NR =  .60 INR
GDP per capita  $919
Climate Warm Dry summers & Fairly Severe Winters

Travel Time from Major Indian Cities

DELHI to Nepal Distance – 4478 km

Time taken by flight – Direct flight would take 5 hours (approx.)

MUMBAI to Nepal Distance- 4,949.72 km

Time taken by flight- 6h 19min

CHENNAI to Nepal Distance- 5966 km

Time taken by flight- 6h 37min

MBBS in Nepal

  1. VISA Free Travel – Indian nationals do not require VISA to travel to Nepal. “Indian citizens may live and work freely in Nepal under the terms of the 1950 Indo-Nepal Treaty of Peace and Friendship.” However you are required to provide a valid government photo id card while entering Nepal. doesn’t matter the time period of education.
  2. Less Documentation – Unlike other countries such as USA, Germany, China etc. documentation for MBBS in Nepal is very smooth and simple and don’t allow high documentation process.
  3. PG Running Infrastructure – Nepal is the only economical county with option to purse PG in Medicine. This PG Medical running Infrastructure, highly specialized Indian Faculty, Global Curriculam makes the exposure  & learning of students far high.
  4. Moderately Less Fee Structure – Nepal has high quality famous PG running top medical colleges for MBBS in moderately low budget that is affordable compared to private colleges in India. Fee structure ranges between i.e. 45 lakh – 60 lakh for complete course.
  5. Higher Percentage Criteria – Nepal is home to some of finest Medical Universities scroll the globe. In top line medical universities like Manipal Medical College, Kathmandu Medical College PCB marks range 75% upward. Moreover in majority of other universities 60% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology is required.
  6. Entrance Test Requirement – Nepal is the only country where students are supposed to separately give university exams apart from being NEET qualified. Main universities in Nepal are Kathmandu Medical University,  Tribhuvan University & B.P Koirala University which conduct their own exams as well. It is expected that from year 2019 all these universities may accept NEET and may withhold their own exams.
  7. Course & Curriculum Similarity- Nepal has been accessed to similar medical course as in India with very minimal changes. Because of same education pattern and curriculum Nepal has always been a preferred destination of large number of students.
  8. Duration Same as India – The duration of MBBS in Nepal is 4 ½ years, dedicated to the theoretical study of basic medical sciences and clinical study. The medium of instruction is English.
  9. No Language Barrier- Official language of Nepal is deeply rooted from Devanagari which is also the mother of Hindi Language. The second largest spoken language in Nepal is Hindi or English. There is no barrier to language in Nepal especially for students pursuing MBBS in Nepal as they have to deal with patients in day-to-day life and are allowed to speak English and Hindi.
  10. Cultural Similarity – Nepal has 80% cultural norms similar to India which makes the educational years of Indian students easier and simpler in Nepal. Students can also enjoy celebrating their cultural festivals also. Students does not make any adjustments and get settled at ease.
  11. MCI recognized Medical colleges – Nepal has always been the second best preference for students
  12. Higher FMG Passing Ratio – The MCI pass percentage of students passing out from MBBS colleges in Nepal is very high because the education standards and syllabus are almost the same. That makes it very easy for the students to clear the exam.
  13. High Patient Inflow – The universities in Nepal have to maintain hospitals with the most advanced international-standard medical instruments & high number of beds. Lot of Colleges in Nepal have capacity of more than  beds. Huge population gives great opportunity for the medical students to get exposed to large patient inflow in affiliated hospitals thereby making their learning a resource one.
  14. Disease Pattern Same as India – Because of largely clear & moderate weather disease pattern in Nepal is largely similar as India thereby giving MBBS aspirants a hands-on for Indian patients I their clinical practice.
  15. Internship is valid in India – The internship done from Nepal is recognised by the MCI & candidates need not to spend their time on internship again. After coming back to India, students can start their practice as soon as they are clear with their NEXT/FMG exam. Most students do their internship at the various affiliated hospitals of the University. In other countries such as Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan candidates need to do their internship once again after coming back to India.

Top Medical Colleges to Study MBBS in Nepal

Sn. College Affiliation *Total Fees
1 Nobel Medical College, Biratnagar Kathmandu University 50 Lakh
2 Universal College of Medical Sciences Tribhuvan University 55 Lakh
3 KIST Medical College, Imadol, Lalitpur Tribhuvan University 46 Lakh
4 National Medical College, Birganj Tribhuvan University 60 Lakh
5 Devdaha Medical College, Devdaha Kathmandu University 45 Lakh
6 Nepal Ganj Medical College, Nepalganj Kathmandu University 50 Lakh
7 Chitawan Medical College, Chitawan Tribhuvan University 52 Lakh
8 Birat Medical College & Teaching Hospital, Biratnagar Kathmandu University 46 Lakh
9 Manipal College of Medical Sciences, Pokhara Kathmandu University 50 Lakh
10 Lumbini Medical College & Research Cente, Palpa Kathmandu University 45 Lakh
11 Gandaki Medical College, Pokhara Tribhuvan University 45 Lakh
12 Janaki Medical College, Janakpur Tribhuvan University 41 Lakh

MBBS in Nepal without NEET: The Current Scenario

If you are a Medical Aspirant and Wondering whether or not you can Pursue MBBS Abroad without Qualifying NEET

Thousands of students sit for NEET every year, but many of them fail to qualify the exam. And, the reason behind it is quite obvious; there are less than 60,000 medical seats in India in both private and Government medical colleges. Around 200 students fight for a single medical seat.

Here is where the option of an overseas MBBS degree comes to their minds. The main reasons behind why Indian medical aspirants choose to study medicine abroad are the lack of medical seats in India, affordable fees, and an opportunity to study overseas with comparatively higher packages.

Recently, the Medical Council of India (MCI) has made it very clear that all medical aspirants planning to study MBBS abroad will also be required to qualify NEET. In short, if you don’t clear NEET exam and still pursue an MBBS degree from a university overseas, you won’t be able to practice in India. Such students will also not be able to enroll for PG courses in India. But, some overseas education consultants are misguiding medical aspirants for their own vested interests. They guarantee that students with a foreign MBBS degree can study and practice in India even if they haven’t qualified NEET. This information is absolutely wrong and misleading.

Fee Structure MBBS in Nepal

Fees structure of various medical colleges in Nepal vary but in approximation it ranges from 40 lakh to 60 lakh.

Sn. College Affiliation *Total Fees
1 Nobel Medical College, Biratnagar Kathmandu University 50 Lakh
2 Universal College of Medical Sciences Tribhuvan University 55 Lakh
3 KIST Medical College, Imadol, Lalitpur Tribhuvan University 46 Lakh
4 National Medical College, Birganj Tribhuvan University 60 Lakh
5 Devdaha Medical College, Devdaha Kathmandu University 45 Lakh
6 Nepal Ganj Medical College, Nepalganj Kathmandu University 50 Lakh
7 Chitawan Medical College, Chitawan Tribhuvan University 52 Lakh
8 Birat Medical College & Teaching Hospital, Biratnagar Kathmandu University 46 Lakh
9 Manipal College of Medical Sciences, Pokhara Kathmandu University 50 Lakh
10 Lumbini Medical College & Research Cente, Palpa Kathmandu University 45 Lakh
11 Gandaki Medical College, Pokhara Tribhuvan University 45 Lakh
12 Janaki Medical College, Janakpur Tribhuvan University 41 Lakh

Scholarship for MBBS in Nepal

The truth is that there is no scholarship to study MBBS in Nepal.

But there are many agents who are still conducting their own exams saying that they will give Scholarships to the students. There is no Scholarship for students by the Government or any agency. Any promises of Scholarships are false. Please do not fall for such traps and these are just marketing gimmicks by different agents

Structure of Course for MBBS in Nepal

Duration of course 5 years
Semester start October
Language of instruction English / Hindi
University type Private / Public
Degree awarded MBBS
MCI Approved Yes
Study Fee Range Inr 30l to 60 l
Number of Indian students 9000 (appx)

MBBS In Nepal Curriculum

ACADEMIC PROGRAMME

FIRST YEAR (I & II SEMESTER)

 

SUBJECTS LECTURES PRACTICAL       CLASSES INDEPENDANT        WORK
1. Human Anatomy 54 hours 246 hours 154 hours
2. Medical Biology 36 hours 72    hours 54    hours
3. Histology 58 hours 126    hours 54    hours
4. History of Medicine 18 hours 18    hours 18    hours
5. Latin Language 72 hours 36 hours
6. Chemistry 36    hours 84    hours 54    hours
7. Biophysics 36    hours 72    hours 54    hours
8. Basics of Law 18    hours 18    hours 18    hours
9. History of Ukraine 18    hours 36    hours 54    hours
10. Ukrainian and Foreign Culture 36    hours 18    hours 54    hours
11. Psychology and Pedagogics 18    hours 18    hours 18    hours
12. Politology 26    hours 18    hours 18    hours
13. Russian Language 160    hours 72    hours
14. Religious Science 14    hours 14    hours 26    hours

 

SECOND YEAR & THIRD YEAR(III, IV, V & VI SEMESTER)

SUBJECTS LECTURES PRACTICAL CLASSES INDEPENDANT WORK
1. Biochemistry 60 hours 120 hours 90 hours
2. Medical Cybernetics 16   hours 36   hours 108   hours
3. General Surgery 20   hours 40   hours 30   hours
4. Normal Physiology 80   hours 160   hours 120   hours
5. Sociology 18   hours 18   hours 18   hours
6. Economics 14   hours 32   hours 62   hours
7. Philosophy 36   hours 36   hours 36   hours
8. Russian Language 160   hours 54   hours
9. Physical Training 5   hours 2   hours 4   hours
10. Propaedeutics of Internal Diseases 58   hours 144   hours 102   hours
11. Propaedeutics of Children Diseases 58   hours 144   hours 102   hours
12. Microbiology 54   hours 126   hours 92   hours
13. Pathological Anatomy 72   hours 90   hours 82   hours
14. Pharmacology 72   hours 90   hours 72   hours
15. Pathological Physiology 36   hours 90   hours 82   hours
16. Radiotherapy and Diagnostics 36   hours 72   hours 54   hours
17. Topographic Anatomy and Operative Surgery 36   hours 84   hours 78   hours
18. Basics of Medical Psychology 16   hours 20   hours 18   hours
19. General Hygiene 36   hours 82   hours 60   hours
20. General Surgery 38   hours 104   hours 72   hours

 

FOURTH YEAR(VII & VIII SEMESTER)

SUBJECTS LECTURES PRACTICAL CLASSES INDEPENDANT WORK
1. General Hygiene 36 hours 54 hours 44 hours
2. Basics of Dentistry 18   hours 10   hours
3. Social Medicine 36 hours 76   hours 36   hours
4. Outpatient Care 14   hours 32   hours 23   hours
5. Obstetrics 36   hours 90   hours 72   hours
6. Psychiatry and Narcology 36   hours 90   hours 72   hours
7. Sports Medicine 18   hours 42   hours 30   hours
8. Dermatoveneral Diseases 24   hours 38   hours 30   hours
9. Nervous Diseases 36   hours 76   hours 54   hours
10. Faculty Pediatrics 36   hours 72   hours 54   hours
11. Radiative Medicine 12   hours 24   hours 18   hours
12. Physiatria 18   hours 36   hours 36   hours
13. Endocrinology 18   hours 36   hours 36   hours
14. Facultative Therapy 40   hours 94   hours 67   hours
15. Facultative Surgery 18   hours 72   hours 72   hours
16. Neurosurgery 12   hours 24   hours 18   hours

 

FIFTH YEAR(IX & X SEMESTER)

SUBJECTS LECTURES PRACTICAL CLASSES INDEPENDANT WORK
1. Urology 18 hours 42 hours 30 hours
2. Outpatient Care 12   hours 27   hours 21   hours
3. Sectional Course 6   hours 18   hours 12   hours
4. Ophthalmology 18   hours 42   hours 30   hours
5. Otorhinolaryngology 18   hours 30   hours 30   hours
6. Hospital Therapy 42   hours 81   hours 72   hours
7. Clinical Genetics 12   hours 24   hours 21   hours
8. External and Military Medicine 2   hours 24   hours 4   hours
9. Occupational Diseases 18   hours 36   hours 36   hours
10. Traumatology and Orthopedics 18   hours 42   hours 30   hours
11. Hospital    Surgery 30   hours
12. Hospital    Pediatrics 36 hours 72   hours 54   hours
13. Gynecology 18   hours 36   hours 36   hours
14. Hospital Surgery 36   hours 82   hours 78   hours
15. Children Surgery 16   hours 36   hours 36   hours
16. Infectious and Tropical Diseases 42   hours 72   hours 48   hours
17. Epidemiology 12   hours 36   hours
18. Children Infectious Diseases 18   hours 36   hours 36   hours
19. Oncology 12   hours 48   hours 36   hours
20. Forensic Medicine 20   hours 36   hours 18   hours

 

SIXTH YEAR(XI & XII SEMESTER)

SUBJECTS LECTURES PRACTICAL CLASSES INDEPENDANT WORK
1. Hygiene 52 hours 36 hours
2. Outpatient Care 81   hours 45   hours
3. Clinical Immunology 54   hours 28   hours
4. Organisation of Health Protection 48   hours
5. Internal Diseases 242   hours
6. Infectious Diseases 108   hours
7. Children Diseases 72   hours
8. Oncology 40   hours 36 hours
9. Clinical Pharmacology 36   hours 18   hours
10. Children Infectious Diseases 72   hours 36   hours
11. Children Surgery 38   hours
12. Gynecology and Obstetrics 180   hours 90 hours
13. Physiatry 72   hours 36   hours
14. Reanimatology 54   hours 28   hours
15. Surgical Diseases 126   hours 60   hours
16. Therapy (Optional course) 40   hours

 

PRACTICAL TRAINING HOURS

1. Medical Information 108 hours
2. Sanitary Practice 108 hours
3. Nursing 144 hours
4. Medical Practice Therapy 96 hours
Surgery 96 hours
Obstetrics 96 hours
5. Clinical Practice Therapy 72 hours
Surgery 72 hours
Obstetrics 72 hours

Our MBBS Students in Nepal

Getting enrolled in Nepal for medical course is comparatively easy as compared to India. The applicants are not required to take any exam like TOEFL or IELTS.

Visa Process for MBBS in Nepal

There is a list of Pre-requisites needed for successful visa

  • You must have the following documents while applying for VISA:
  • Your original invitation letter
  • Original education certificate – legalized by your country Education Ministry
  • Original birth certificate
  • Original health certificate – which should be approved by the health ministry of your country and should be issued within a month of your VISA application.
  • Original HIV-AIDS negative certificate – which also has one-month validity.
  • Passport sized photos (at least 12)
  • Bank statement – as proof that you can handle financial costs. You would need to have at least a $3000 bank balance for you to successfully apply for a visa.
  • Your VISA application takes a minimum of one month to be processed.

Here is the Pre-requisite

  • Student shall complete the age of 17 years on or before 31st December of the year of admission.
  • The student must have completed class 12th from a regular board.
  • You need to clear NEET from 2019 onwards for admission in any country in abroad & there is no separate entrance exam in India like IELTS/SAT etc.
  • Interested candidate must have secured 50% marks in Intermediate (12th) standard from Science stream (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) in CBSE / ISC or any other Equivalent Board of Examination.
  • Latest notification of MCI: As per the latest notification issued by MCI in accordance with the decision taken by Delhi High Court, students aspiring to enroll in Foreign Medical Universities in 2019, and did not qualify / register / appear in NEET – 2019; should produce an Eligibility Certificate issued by Medical Council of India at the time of admission to Foreign Medical Universities.

FAQ's

What are the requirements for seeking admission to study MBBS abroad program?

The facility of studying MBBS – General medicine is open for any aspirant interested in seeking admission to the course. In order to be able to seek admission in the MBBS-General Medicine courses, you need to have minimum 50 percent marks in subjects such as- Biology, Physics and Chemistry and English including Practical marks.

For how many years do I need to study? What is course duration?

Total duration of study is 5.8 years in Russia, Ukraine, China, Kyrgyzstan, Belarus & Romania. While the course duration is 5 years in Republic of Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and 5.5 years in Philippines.

What is the total fee for a MBBS Program?

In this respect, it needs to be made clear that the involved fees vary according to the type of university you are planning to get enrolled in, state-funded institutions charges different rates compare to private once. It is important to inform the concerned authority who will finance you about the university you are planning to seek admission in. Our executives will help you get clear information about fee structure and charges. We avoid any hidden charges. Receipts will be provided for all the payments. Ask for education loan.

What is the eligibility criteria to study MBBS in medical colleges abroad?

The applicant must be above 17 years of age and must have passed 10+2 Level from any recognized Council/Board of India or abroad to be eligible. She/he must have studied Physics, Chemistry and Biology as elective subjects and obtained a minimum 50% in aggregate of PCB combined with practicals.

Can I practice in India after completing my Medical Education Abroad?

Yes, you can practice in India. In order to be a medical practitioner you have to register yourself with the State or Indian Medical Council. For this you have to appear for a screening test. On clearing the screening test you are eligible for registration as a doctor and allowed to practice medicine like all other doctors.

Can I get a job in a Government Hospital or allied medical institutions in India?

Yes, after clearing the screening test and getting your registration with the State or Central Council you are eligible for any government appointment.

What is MCI Screening Test?

The Medical Council of India(MCI) stipulates that all students receiving  MBBS degree from Medical Colleges outside India and wanting to practice in India after completion of their program, need to appear for a a Screening Test.

Can I get a bank loan and to what extent?

In consultation with Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and Indian Banker’s Association (IBA), the Government of India has framed a Comprehensive Educational Loan Scheme. The new scheme covers all type of courses including professional courses in schools and colleges in India and abroad.

The salient features of the scheme related to study abroad bank loan are:

The scheme envisages loans up to Rs. 15 lacs for studies abroad.

For loans up to Rs. 4 lacs no collateral or margin is required and the interest rate is not to exceed the Prime Lending Rates (PLR). For loans above Rs. 4 lacs the interest rate will not exceed PLR plus 1 percent.

The loans are to be repaid over a period of 5 to 7 years with provision of grace period of one year after completion of studies.

What is the medium of instruction in abroad?

In consultation with Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and Indian Banker’s Association (IBA), the Government of India has framed a Comprehensive Educational Loan Scheme. The new scheme covers all type of courses including professional courses in schools and colleges in India and abroad.

The salient features of the scheme related to study abroad bank loan are:

The scheme envisages loans up to Rs. 15 lacs for studies abroad.

The medium of Instruction is ENGLISH. However local Language class is included. This is to make the students  comfortable by enabling them  to communicate with the locals and more easily with patients.

The loans are to be repaid over a period of 5 to 7 years with provision of grace period of one year after completion of studies.

Can my parents visit me? Can I travel during my holidays ?

Parents / friends / relatives of students can visit the University Campus. Tourist Invitations can be issued. There are two holidays in a year. Winter holidays during January for 15 days and summer holidays in July and August for two months. Students usually come back to India during summer. You can also choose to stay back in the summer for local sightseeing and travel in your student life, as you may not get such an opportunity again.

What are the documents required to get educational bank loan?

Documents Required By Banks for Availing Education Loan

The following documents are required by banks for availing education loan:

  • Admission letter of the Educational Institution where the student is going to be admitted. It should have detailed fees structure including both boarding and lodging expenses.
  • Enrolment letter from our company.
  • Proof of Age, Date of Birth and Permanent place of residence.
  • Passport size photographs of the student, co-obligants as well as guarantors.
  • Pan card of the student and parents.
  • Mark sheets or degree certificates of previous academic qualifications.
  • Income proof or latest ITR file of parents or guarantors.
  • Last six months bank statement of the student/parents/guarantors.
  • Details of collateral security and the valuation certificate (if any).

What is Medical Council of India (MCI)

The Medical Council of India (MCI) was established in 1934 under the Indian Medical Council Act, 1933. The main function of MCI is to maintain uniform standard of higher qualifications in medicine and provide recognition of medical qualifications in India as well as in abroad. It registers doctors to practice in India, in order to protect and promote the health and safety of the public by ensuring proper standards in the practice of medicine. Every student who has done MBBS from overseas medical universities need to qualify the screening test of MCI before getting the license to practice in India.

The objective of the Medical Council of India (MCIINDIA) is as follows:

  1. Maintaining the uniform standards of medical education in both undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
  2. Recommending for recognition or de-recognition of medical qualifications of medical colleges or universities of India or foreign countries.
  3. Providing permanent or provisional registration of doctors who have recognized medical qualifications.
  4. Reciprocating with foreign countries for mutual recognition of medical qualifications.

For more details please visit – http://www.mciindia.org

How do I get the personalized counseling from GMU?

GMU offers individual counseling sessions for every student to make them eligible for picking the preferred university or courses according to their aptitude or requirements. please visit – http://www.mciindia.org

What are the documents required for MBBS admission in foreign countries?

You only need to submit following document to us:

  • Mark sheets/certificates (10th, 12th)
  • School Leaving Certificate
  • Migration Certificate
  • Birth Certificate
  • Medical certificates, etc
  • Passport
  • Bank Statement of Guardian (6 months
  • Passport size photos
  • Travel and Health insurance

Is there any entrance exam required for MBBS admission in foreign countries?

YES. the Indian students are required to qualify the NEET entrance test since year 2018.

What are the provisions of IELTS preparation to clear the test?

We offer IELTS exam preparation classes to make them qualify IELTS test. We have a team of expert professionals providing appropriate training to aspiring candidates. The fee for IELTS exam preparation and training program is quite affordable.

How GMU help in accommodation in foreign countries?

The Indian students, who are looking for study abroad, need not worry since  GMU provides the best accommodation in foreign countries. We organize safe travel facilitation equipped with insurance to the Universities and suitable accommodation in foreign countries. You may select among hostels, apartments, PG rooms and more.

Are Indian foods available while staying abroad?

Yes. Indian food is available in hostels, hotels, restaurants, and mess located near universities. Indian students can even prepare Indian food during their stay in shared accommodation like PG or apartments.

Can I contact with students who already passed their degree in abroad?

Why not! GMU always provides the helping hand to students in their assessment of obtaining true information about everything. You may read the review posted on our web-page or directly contact the students of previous batches.

When are holidays held in overseas universities?

Most of the overseas universities offer two large vacations yearly, i.e. summer vacation and winter vacation along with their local gazette holidays.

How GMU help visa issuance?

We provide following supports for STUDENT VISA in order to get admission in the medical colleges abroad and prepare MBBS aspirants eligible to identify the best way to study Overseas.

  • Acquire invitation letter from the college
  • Fill visa application form
  • Accumulate documents
  • Get your visa photograph clicked
  • Arrange the visa fee
  • Submit visa application with visa fee
  • Take date from the embassy
  • Arrange your appointments with visa officials
  • Collect your student visa
  • Provide your student in your hand
  • Obtain the migration card upon arrival in abroad

Is drafting SOP and LOR compulsory for MBBS admission in foreign countries?

Yes, it is! The LOR is very much important similarly to your admission essays, resume or the statements of purpose (SOP), or other documents. The overseas universities demand the Statement of Purpose (SOP) which is an essay providing a brief description of the life of applicant and he/she is selecting that goal or what are the motivations behind the preferred career path.

How do I deal with my finances in foreign countries?

You are not required to be worried since we avail the prompt and competitive services for money exchange at reliable rates. We are associated with the reputed Forex merchants who ensure our students getting competitive money exchange rates and timely services.

Are you providing any pre-departure support?

We organize safe travel equipped with insurance to the overseas medical universities and arrange the suitable accommodation in foreign countries. We take care of all your travel necessities like Visa, Air Ticket, Pick-up drop from Airport, See you off to the doormat of your hostel. We ensure that you have completed the checklist of your pre-departure belongings.

Basic facts that should be considered before MBBS in Abroad

GMU assists the pathway planning to the Indian medical aspirants in getting Admission in the  low-cost top universities for MBBS Overseas. We provide following supports for admission in the medical colleges abroad and prepare MBBS aspirants eligible to identify the best way to study Overseas. Check the important facts that should be considered before MBBS in Abroad.

What are the prospects of the career in Abroad?

Getting MBBS admission in Abroad  will let you find out every possibility of acquiring placements in the medical industry after completing  MBBS in Abroad. The  MCI approved MBBS degree  can let you establish your high profile  medical career in India  or in Abroad.

When does the application process begin?

The application process usually begins in March. The earlier you apply the more you receive advantages.

April-May = Registration

May-June = Result

June-July = Admission

July-August =Invitation

August-September = Visa

September = Departure

What is the package of application?

Here, we referred the application package that consists following. These are necessarily required by colleges and Universities.

Application forms and fees

Recommendation Letter

Mark sheets (10, 12)

Essays (SOP and LOR)

Financial support form

What is the entry requirement for the course?

Here, we referred the application package that consists following. These are necessarily required by colleges and Universities.

Application forms and fees

We assure your admission to medical universities in foreign countries if you

Qualified 10+2 or equivalent in science stream (Physics, Chemistry, and Biology)

Have over 50 percent marks in 10+2

Aged over 18 years

What is financial help?

It means the various ways by which the students may reduce their expenses that during their courses of study.

Define TA (Teaching Assistantship)?

During the courses of study in Abroad, the Indian student may work (part-time) as a teaching assistant to assist any professor in checking the exam papers or helps them in private tuition. The students may teach the undergraduate students too.

Define RA (Research Assistantship)?

During the courses of study in Abroad, the Indian student may work (part-time) as a Research assistantship or fellowship to assist the professors in the project or research assigned to them.

What is the procedure of Visa?

We provide following supports for STUDENT VISA in order to get admission in the medical colleges abroad and prepare MBBS aspirants eligible to identify the best way to study Overseas.

  • Acquire invitation letter from the college
  • Fill visa application form
  • Accumulate documents
  • Get your visa photograph clicked
  • Arrange the visa fee
  • Submit visa application with visa fee
  • Take date from the embassy
  • Arrange your appointments with visa officials
  • Collect your student visa
  • Provide your student in your hand
  • Obtain the migration card upon arrival in abroad

Is Visa process tough?

Yes, it is! But, you shouldn’t be anxious since we have accomplished the best Visa experts and ex-visa officials to obtain exemplary Visa services to Indian students applying for MBBS in foreign countries.

From where do we get the application form for Visa?

You may obtain the application form for Visa from Consulate or the embassy of the concerned country or from their website. Indian students and their guardians can rely on GMU for free visa counseling, documentation check, financial check, application submission and recommendations of Overseas MBBS Universities.

What questions will they ask me in the Visa Interview?

The Indian students looking for overseas education need to be relaxed. GMU will let you experience the most pleasant way to counter those questions and prepare you to face the “Student Visa Interview”. One more thing, the officials at the consulate are students friendly and they will not put you in a troubled situation.

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  • NEET 2019 Colleges Expected Cutoff?
  • Colleges to apply as per my budget?
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