Why Medical Colleges Abroad Still Rule!

by Vivek Sharma Education

Today, more than looking at local universities, the aim of many is to enroll into the “best college for mbbs in abroad”. This post, therefore, tries to gauge the reasons MBBS admission abroad is still so sought-after by many across the world, especially in India. The focus would be on the various unknown factors that lead to the increased appeal of medical colleges abroad apart from quality and affordable academics.

Why Consider MBBS Admission Abroad!

Believe it or not, MBBS Admission Abroad has always been a great avenue for students, and its popularity only seems to be increasing. This begs the question of what are those evergreen qualities that have maintained the popularity of medical colleges abroad.

  1. The most common arguments are no requirement of any proficiency tests like IELTS/TOEFL (in most countries) as well as no need for paying extra charges like capitation fees or donations.
  2. However, it’s also important to know that not just the best college for MBBS in abroad, but all government universities have amenities and standards at par with the top Indian universities.
  3. Students need not achieve a particular NEET rank for going abroad. Just appearing for the exam is enough.
  4. If we look at medical universities in India offering the same quality of education and facilities, the fees are above the INR 50 lakh bracket. The same services are available in medical colleges abroad cost between INR 15-30 Lakh on average.
  5. Finally, students studying in universities abroad are exposed to the globally accepted medical standards and norms as well as work together with a number of different minds from all across the world. This acts as a way to open their minds and increase their ability to think and comprehend.

Basic Eligibility for Medical Colleges Abroad

  1. Should have completed their MBBS from a recognized university of a recognized board.
  2. Should have scored at least 50% in 10+2, with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology as compulsory subjects
  3. Must have a passport with a minimum 2-year validity 
  4. Should have medical test results proving the absence of disease (Especially Covid-19 and HIV/AIDS)


Apart from these, many universities also demand other documents like migration certificates, signed declarations by the embassy as well as their local authorities, medical insurance, etc. These, however, differ from country to country.

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