The choice of country depends on the budget as well as personal interest of the student. Mostly all countries now are offering a very wide range of courses. A student must first of all choose which country offers him the best choice of course as well as provides him/her employment opportunities.
All the countries have university rankings; but this may not be the only distinguishing feature for a university. A university that suits the student best would be the one that
Once these points are checked with, the student can look into the financial part.
Generally, in most universities and colleges in, there are two intakes, mainly in September and Jan/Feb; though it can vary as per the country.
It is advisable to procure admission 3 months prior to the intake month. This ensures a smooth process and a comfortable and timely preparation. That apart if the admission date is delayed, the seats in the university might get full and you may have to let-go of a golden opportunity and then compromise with either university selection or tuition fees or quality of education. To avoid all this we advise you to make your choices and decisions well in time.
It takes approximately 30-45 days to process a file. The breakdown is as under:
Yes, most universities do provide top performers with academic scholarships to ease their financial burden. Candidates need to apply for scholarships as soon as possible, and maintain high grades in all semesters in order to retain the scholarship.
Yes, it is necessary for some countries/universities. Although, IELTS & TOEFL examination is not necessary for all universities, but it is definitely an important supportive document for your application form. Proficiency in English Language is a must in order to study in any country, as the medium of instruction is English. It is important that you as a student are able to understand instructional English in order to do well in your studies. IELTS / TOEFL exams are therefore accepted proofs of proficiency in English.
The cost of studying abroad would include the cost of flight tickets, the tuition fee, and living expenses. The tuition fees of universities vary based on the course subject, duration of study and the popularity of the college. The living expenses also would depend on the selected city and the quality of accommodation being provided.
Yes, most countries permit students to undertake part-time jobs for about 15-20 hours per week during the tenure of their course. They may also be permitted to work full-time when the university is not in session, but some countries have restrictions on whether students can work outside the university campus. Students are usually not permitted to start their own businesses or pursue a full-time career while on a student visa.
It is mandatory for a student to have an account in a bank in any foreign land. This is because you shall be making all regular payments in and out of this account. Some banks have special schemes for students; these can be checked out once you reach the destination country.
*This is the general feedback/response. Things may vary based on the country/university.
Roy Overseas Services helps a student in the following Educational Services apart from Admission Consultancy:
Career Planning helps individuals to find their passion and choose the right career which is appropriate to their attitudes, values and potentials. It includes all the information which a student needs from the beginning to choose and groom their career.
We help students and individual to discover their area of interest, capabilities, strength and expertise through professional counselling.
We assist students through career guidance and counselling so that they can make right decisions about their career and achieve full mettle in their life.
Roy Overseas Services would help you in the entire process of pursing undergraduate medicine course outside India. We would help you out in the following:
It would be completely our responsibility to assist you at every point.
We would provide Admission Consultancy in Asia, Europe, South America and North America. The various country options pertaining to each Continent are as follows:
The major systems of Medicine in the world are:
The Eligibility Criteria for securing admission into Undergraduate Medicine Course Overseas are:
The following advantages are enjoyed by students while they study Medicine Course Abroad:
The classrooms are well designed and well-constructed with modern audio-visual aids. To facilitate the learning process, medical colleges abroad have well-stocked libraries that provide course-related study materials for the students. The campus houses highly equipped laboratories to carry out research activities. The hospitals associated with MBBS colleges abroad have advanced medical equipment for practical training.
The usual course duration for Undergraduate Medicine Programme outside India is 6 years.
A lot many countries do not have the requirement of Entrance Examination while seeking admission for under graduate Medicine course. Some of the countries which do not have entrance examination are: Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus, China, Estonia, Georgia, Latvia, Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine etc
Consultation Fees includes the following:
Yes, Parents/Friends/Relatives can visit the students. One needs to apply for visitor/tourist visa for that country
There are two holidays in a year- summer and Winter Break. Students usually come back to India during summer since it would be a long vacation of around 2 months. One can also choose to stay back for local sightseeing and travel.
Yes, Roy Overseas Services provides assistance in obtaining Educational Loan. We would help you out with the entire documentation process and act as a third party in arranging loan from various banks and financial institutions.
We also help in providing special subsidized loan to minority students.
Yes, you can practice in India after clearing the MCI Screening Test (FMGE).
MCI Screening Test, also known as “Foreign Medical Graduate Examination” is a licensure examination conducted by theNational Board of Examinations (NBE) in India.
The test is one of the mandatory requirements for an Indian citizen who has a medical degree from a college outside India (except USA, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand) to practice medicine in the country. The screening test was introduced in 2002 as a qualifying examination for Indian students obtaining their medical degrees from countries other than India
This examination is held twice in year in June and December.
Doctor of Medicine (MD), as per the American curriculum which is equivalent to MBBS in India.
MBBS and MD are both primarily medical qualifications. The degrees are equal. (See ECFMG list of degrees recognized from different countries). MBBS is the British system of education whereas MD is the American System of education.
Yes, Education loans are available from all nationalized and scheduled banks. The students must apply directly to bank at the place of permanent residence. Finance Department will assist the student in procuring the loan by providing all necessary documents required from the university.
According to the previous records, there are around 2000 Indian students studying in Georgia and every year 500 students are taking admission for MBBS in various universities.
The Georgian medical universities offer the intake for the MBBS course in October. The admission process starts in August-September.
Indian Embassy is not available in Georgia. The Indian Embassy at Yerevan, Armenia is allocated there to take care of problems, issues, documents, and every possible work for the Indians living in Georgia as well as Armenia. It is advised to students that as soon as they land in Georgia, they should register their names to the Indian Embassy in Armenia.