MBBS In Philippines Eligibilityby Danny C Bruce Press Release Writer & Publisher
What Documents Are Required For MBBS Admission Abroad?
If you plan for MBBS Admission abroad, the least qualifying marks should be 50% of aggregate marks in major papers like physics, chemistry and biology. This rule applies to most foreign universities and colleges in many world destinations. Further, even though you plan for MBBS abroad, you should have the NEET score as required by most world destinations if you are from India. Based on the college you apply for, the process of admission will take around 3 to 5 working days or even a week in some institutes.
Of course, you should have the documents pertaining to your educational qualification. Yes, not just to apply for study loan for abroad, even for admission abroad, you should have your class X and XII certificates issued by a competent board.
When it comes to an educational loan, you should submit the following documents:
- Educational loan application
- Photographs of yourself and your co-applicant
- Photo ID of yourself and your parent/guardian
- Residence proof
- Last six-month bank statement of your parent/guardian
- Income proof of your parent
- If you plan to get a loan on collateral, you can use your non-agricultural land, home or flat as collateral and the documents related to one of these properties should be submitted. The property documents can be:
- NOC for a mortgage from society or builder
- Building approval plan
- Property title deed
What documents are required by foreign colleges?
For MBBS admission abroad, in addition to the mark sheets of your class X and XII completion, you should submit the following, which might differ from one college to another:
- Bank statement of your parents with Rs.5 lakhs as balance
- Supporting affidavit along with the bank statement that states that your parent will take care of your fee to university all through your education.
- Conduct certificate, community certificate, transfer certificate, passport, blood examination study and HIV, Hepatitis B, chest X-ray report, stool and urine test report.
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