FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION
Any Indian citizen who has attained the age of 17 years and has passed the 10+2 level from any recognized Council/Board of India or abroad. He/She must have studied Physics, Chemistry and Biology as elective subjects and obtained minimum 50% in aggregate of these subjects combined. Also must have studied and passed English as a compulsory subject.
All payments will be calculated in US Dollars. However, you may pay in INR if you pay in India. In China, your food and other miscellaneous expenditure have to be paid in RMB, that is the Chinese Yuan.
First, you need to obtain eligibility from National Medical Commission. Then you may apply for admission. After the registration & application process is duly completed, your visa application will be processed by the college. On receipt of visa, your travel plans will be finalized and a confirmed admission order will be issued to you.
The National Medical Commission stipulates that all students studying MBBS in foreign Medical Colleges as well as in India, and wanting to practice in India after completion of their programme, need to appear for the Foreign Medical Graduates Examination, or FMGE.
Normally a student who passes MBBS from a WHO/NMC recognized college is expected to clear the test. After graduation one can attempt any number of times to pass the FMGE, which is held twice a year in March & Sept. We provide comprehensive coaching for FMGE through which many students benefit.
The vegetables available there are very similar to what we get here. All the popular vegetables like Potato, Brinjal, Cauliflower, Cabbage, Beans, Carrots, and Cucumber etc. are available. Similarly Egg, Fish, Chicken, Mutton are also abundant.
There are two vacations – winter and summer. The winter vacation is from Jan-Feb & the summer vacation is from July-August. The summer vacation is normally for 5 weeks. You can easily visit your home country during this period. That is also the end of term. However, the travel by air takes totally about 8-10 hours from anywhere in India with some intervening flight layovers.
If one satisfies the above requirements, then he/she can apply in the prescribed format to NMC. NMC on due appraisal at their end shall issue the necessary certificate. We shall assist in this.
To get admissions in India for a medical aspirant is tough due to intense competition whereas this is easy in China. It is worthwhile as China’s higher education is of global standards and degrees are accepted universally.
Yes. You would have to learn Mandarin. The teaching would be done in English though the students have to pass the Chinese Language Exam (HSK). This is required in order for you to converse / communicate with patients during your internship program.
Yes. You can practice in India. In order to practice, you have to register yourself with the State/Indian Medical Council. For this you have to appear for a Screening Test. On clearing the screening test you are eligible for registration as a doctor and allowed to practice.
As per the RBI regulations, an Indian student pursuing education abroad can obtain a bank loan up to Rs. 15 lakh (INR). Since the cost of the entire program is well within this amount the entire program can be funded with a bank loan.
Yes. After clearing the Screening Test & getting your registration with the State/Central Council, you are eligible for any government appointment.
Yes. On successful completion of MBBS, you may pursue PG courses there. However, once you clear FMGE, you are entitled for a permanent medical registration. After that, you can apply for a PG course in India.
NO. The visa offered is a student visa and not a work visa. Also, medical education at the undergraduate level is so voluminous that taking up any work simultaneously will seriously impede studies.
Yes. There are currently over 2100+ students from India studying in the various medical colleges we promote. Apart from Indians, there are many students from SAARC countries.