Study MBBS Overseas
In every Indian family, one of the most prominent career choices that parents plan for their children is either engineering or Medical. Having gained a strong foothold in the Engineering Stream for education abroad, Imperial has now moved into gaining headway in the field of Medicine.
Judging by the very low percentage of students being successful in gaining a seat for their MBBS education in their city of preference or even the country in spite of their capability and aptitude for the profession, we see a lot of students who move to a paramedical course or end up wasting years trying to repeat the various entrance exams. When the pocket permits or as a last resort, parents prepare to pay donation for in the range of seats starting from the lowest of Rs. 27 Lakh for a college in the outskirts of cities like Satara in Maharashtra. The same seat ranges from about Rs. 50 Lakhs to Rs. 1 Crore as donation plus tuition fees.
From the entire population of the students that put their hard work and perspiration, a mere 2% get through, due to the limited number of seats available. Only 5345 students (a mere 1.90%) cleared out of 2,80,548 applicants (http://dte.org) in 2013. India, is at a position of one doctor per 1,700 citizens in India whereas the WHO insists on a minimum ratio of 1:1,000. As per the Health ministry there are about 6-6.5 Lakh doctors available, but India would need about 4 Lakh more by year 2020 to reach the ideal ratio.
There are opportunities outside of India which helps create doctors on the basis of their aptitude for the subject rather than the 'result of a one day competitive exam' pattern. We at Imperial believe that it is only fair to let the student justify their urge to be professional medical practitioners rather than settling for professions that do not let them show the best in them.
There is no need of entrance tests or competitive exams as there are enough seats available. These Doctors can now practice in India in their choice of hospitals or even hospital chains and enjoy the same privileges as the MBBS doctors from India. They may also choose to study further in India or in countries like UK, USA etc.
Following is a brief idea and comparison on the various options available
|1||Duration||5 Years||6 Years||6 Years|
|2||Medium of Instruction||English||English, Russian is taught during years 1-3. Clinical rotation in Russian||English, Mandarin is taught during years 1-3. Clinical rotation in Mandarin|
|3||Weather condition||Temperate Climate, coastal region||Extreme cold conditions||Extreme cold conditions|
|4||Eligibility:||Min 50% PCB for open category and 40% for reserved category in 12th|
|5||Recognition||MCI, WHO accredited Government Universities|
|6||Recognition elsewhere:||All over the world. May need relevant entrance exams for countries like UK (PLAB) and USA (USMLE) for practice or PG courses||EU recognizes mobility of education between Russia and Europe, Middle East, Mauritius. Recognized in UK (PLAB) and USA (USMLE)||All over the world. May need relevant entrance exams for countries like UK (PLAB) and USA (USMLE) for practice or PG courses|
|7||Intake||Jul/Aug + Sometimes March Intake||1 Sep to 30 Jun (first year allowed to join as late as November) Groups pattern not class pattern||Sep to Jun|
|8||Hostels:||Separate for Indian Students and separate washroom facilities for Girls and Boys, Some facilities have in room washrooms||CO Ed, washrooms segregated, common kitchens||CO Ed, washrooms segregated, common kitchens|
|9||MCI Passing rate||85%-90% in first attempt||10%-15% in first attempt||10%-15% in first attempt|
|10||Fees Estimates:||Rs. 15 Lakhs - Rs. 25 Lakhs||Rs. 13 Lakhs - Rs. 28 Lakhs||Rs. 10 Lakhs - Rs. 20 Lakhs|
|11||Living expenses per year (vary as per standard of living)||Rs. 1.25 Lakhs - Rs. 2 Lakhs||Rs. 1 Lakhs - Rs. 2 Lakhs||Rs. 1 Lakhs - Rs. 1.5 Lakhs|
|12||Food Facilities||Indian Canteen available, Indian restaurants around a few university campuses available, Vegetarian options available||Cold meals, including limited vegetarian options||Limited Indian restaurants available, limited vegetarian options|
|13||Local Language||English is official language, local dialect is Tagalog||Russian||Mandarin|
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Excellent guidance by the team at Imperial who explained every bit of process in details and helped me with all my questions
Special thanks to Ms. Seema and Mr. Kiran. They helped me a lot to choose best country and best college. The entire query was solved within a second. Imperial have been very helpful for me
Imperial help me to understand about all pros and cons about studying abroad and finally I opted MBBS in Philippines which I feel is one of the finest place for studying MBBS
Dreaming of studying in abroad was something that was in my daily to do list. Imperial has made my dream possible. I am gratefully thankful to Imperial team members specially Ms. Seema and Mr. Kiran for personally taking care all our queries. Thanks
I think approaching Imperial was my best decision of my life towards my dream of becoming Doctor. They have shown me the right path and help me to get in best college of Philippines which I think it is DAVAO. I will suggest everyone to approach Imperial for MBBS in abroad
Form childhood I had a dream to become a doctor seeing my uncle�s practicing and serving people. I am thankful to imperial through which my dream come true and will highly recommend my juniors to approach imperial for further study MBBS
A supreme cable of helping hands. Heading towards achieving my goals, this all came to become possible thing through Imperial.
It feels like a home away from home here with all the facilities that we did not know of but were guided by Imperial. Help was always available from all the counselors of Imperial
In spite of being from Kashmir, Imperial Coordinated well from Mumbai and ensured a smooth working of the applications process and also checked onus after we had reached. Thanks to Imperial
After completing my MD from Philippines, I have been told that my practical application of my knowledge is better when compared with many of my peers from India. I realize that this is one of the best opportunities for the students and the future doctors of India instead of moving on to an allied course and the letting go of my dreams. I would strongly recommend all medical aspirants to take this opportunity with open arms