MBBS In China Eligibility For Indian Students
As of 2019, the eligibility for Indian students to study MBBS in China has already been declared. It states, that the score from the NEET eligibility mark sheet will be credible for a period of three years for admission to colleges. The start of three year period begins from the date of declaration of the result. The NEET eligibility score will allow students to pursue MBBS in China including pre-medical courses.
Advantages Of Studying Mbbs In China
- China has a great education system and economically it is among the most dominant countries in the world. Unlike the majority of countries, China isn't facing any internal security problems
- ● A greater part of medical universities and colleges in China facilitate their medical degrees as Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery which is somewhat similar to India. MBBS in China for Indian students is a fast-track process to becoming a doctor.
Disadvantages Of Studying Mbbs In China
- It is mandatory for Indian students who have graduated from medical colleges outside of the country to take a screening test. The test is conducted by the Medical Council of India and only students who pass the screening test will be allowed to practice medicine in India.
- Typically, medical students in China go through lectures by only facing the LCD monitors for straight 3 years. Moreover, the students are only sanctioned for clinical rotations by the end of the fourth year.
Getting admission in a medical university in CHINA is very easy. The applicants are not required to take any exam like TOEFL or IELTS.
For admission in MBBS in CHINA, the student must fulfil the following criteria:
- The student shall complete the age of 17 years on or before 31st December of the year of admission.
- The candidate must secure 50% marks in their 12th standard from Science stream (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) in CBSE / ISC or any other Equivalent Board of Examination.
- As per the latest notification issued by MCI in accordance with the decision taken by Delhi High Court, students aspiring to enroll in Foreign Medical Universities in 2020, and did not qualify / register / appear in NEET - 2020; should produce an Eligibility Certificate issued by Medical Council of India at the time of admission to Foreign Medical Universities.