Indian students often want to study abroad, especially when it comes to MBBS. Fees for MBBS courses in foreign countries are lower than Indian universities. As a result, many students apply for government institutions, but due to limited availability of seats, they have no option but to go to private institutions.

Apart from the above reasons, there are several popular factors that motivate Indian students to study MBBS abroad: foreign universities offer more seats to foreign students than domestic ones every year; the cost of studying MBBS abroad is comparable or lower compared to private universities in India; and finally, these foreign institutions are known for providing excellent facilities, highly qualified teachers and globally recognized degrees.

Those who have completed their medical studies abroad can return to India and practice provided they pass the Foreign Medical Examination (FMGE) approved by the MCI. Various scholarships and financial aid opportunities are also available for those who wish to study abroad. In addition, overseas universities and colleges provide a safe environment that allows students to feel comfortable in an unfamiliar country.

The student must be at least 17 years old by December 31 of the year in which he wishes to enroll. They should have completed 12th standard and scored an average of 50% or more in Physics, Chemistry and Biology with English as a compulsory subject. In addition, they have to submit an eligibility certificate issued by the Medical Council of India to get admission in foreign medical universities.

When choosing the right foreign country for further study, it is important to consider several aspects such as cost of living, tuition fees, length and structure of the course, reputation and acceptance of the school or college, culture of the nation, potential career opportunities as a result of completing the course and its value in your home country.

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