In the Abroad Medical universities the admissions are on a first come, first serve basis only. In India the Medical council of India (MCI) has set some minimum eligible requirements for this abroad medical education. Through Shalom Education, getting admission from abroad medical universities are very simple process. Interested candidates may follow the easy steps as set by us.
All aspiring students willing to pursue education should visit our office with your parents and get a free counseling session, and get all the information about eligibility criteria, university details, facilities, fees structures, etc from our excellent counselors. SHALOM EDUCATION has trained and expert counsellors, which provide help to identify the professional goals, enabling the student to take a wiser academic decision, and gives Personal Guidance to choose courses that perfectly fit your Career or Personal Goals. We also host direct interviews from university representatives & give comprehensive & unbiased information on various study options. Over 90% of our students are references from our previous students.
SHALOM EDUCATION counsellor's helps you to select the right university across the world according to the need and requirement of the student. The student and parents needs to undertake steps as he/she feels necessary to satisfy himself/herself regarding the decision of enrolling and studying medical education in abroad. Once the parents and students are fully satisfied, and then fill up the application form of Shalom Education, duly signed by the student and parents. Attach all the required documents to the application. Submit the application form along with prescribed admission fee to Shalom Education. Shalom Education will arrange to issue the Admission letter from the university.
Once the documents are submitted to Shalom Education, the student should apply for his/her passport (if not ready). If you don't know, how to get the passport means we will guide you to get the passport. The issuance of the passport normally takes around 45 days. (Any delay in applying passport would delay the departure of the student to Abroad.)
On October 7th 2013 Medical Council of India has issued the Public Notice mentioned that, "Indian citizens who intend to acquire primary medical qualification from any foreign country on or after 15th May 2013 are not required to obtain Eligibility certificate from Medical council of India". For more details go through the attachment.
All the Original 10th and 12th Std Marks cards should be Authenticated by the State Government, and further Endorsed (Apostle) by the Ministry of External Affairs, (MEA) Govt of India, New Delhi. Before departure from India it's Compulsory to get Authentication from the concerned Departments. Shalom Education Exclusively help their students for their Documents work.
After completion of the entire above document works, Shalom Education will get the VISA INVITATION LETTER from the appropriate government. It will take almost 30 to 60days from the date of apply. After receiving the INVITATION LETTER from the university, we will inform the Students to submit some documents like HIV blood test report for VISA STAMPING.
Then we will arrange the VISA STAMPING on the passport from the concern country EMBASSY in India. For getting visa very few country Embassies insists the student's presence is must. For this case we will inform you before 14days.
The students are expected to complete his packing and make all necessary arrangements to travel within 10 to 15days from the date of visa stamping. Shalom Education has separate department to provide you with the best possible options for travel. We help you identify the right airline for excess baggage schemes. The department helps you in your entire course-period in travelling. We also arrange travel for parents and relatives of the student when required.
During the get-together of students and parents before departure, a complete session on pre-departure is conducted to provide the students with in and outs of the respective country and travelling guidelines. We enable you to establish contact with other students studying in respective countries. For this Shalom Education also arranges the get together of students enrolled in the particular year.
We have tie-ups with International Banks to provide the students with forex card and traveller's cheque at the time of departure. We always ensure that student gets the best possible exchange rate.
Payment of tuition fees for the first year of study should be made prior to leaving from India. Non receipt of such payment, (except in special circumstances and with the express permission from the university) will result in the student not being permitted to travel to Abroad. It is important to note that any fees once paid, either in part or in full, to Shalom Education or to the university will not be refunded under any circumstances. The candidates are therefore advised to fully satisfy themselves of all terms and conditions before remitting any fees, either in part or in full.
As per the Graduate Medical Education Regulations, 1997, of the Medical Council of India, the minimum qualification for Indian students for admission to any Foreign Medical Institutions is as follows:
After the successful completion of the course, the student is expected to appear for a screening test conducted by the National Board of Examination (http://www.natboard.edu.in ) as required by the Medical Council of India prior to the registration with the Medical Council of India.
More details could be obtained from the Medical Council of India, either from their office in New Delhi or from their official website ( http://www.mciindia.org ). All Indian citizens, possessing a primary medical qualification, awarded by any medical institution outside India, who are desirous to get Provisional or Permanent Registration with the Medical Council of India or any State Medical Council on or after the 15th of March, 2002, shall have to qualify a Screening Test, which will be conducted by the National Board of Examinations, Ansari Nagar, New Delhi 110029, as per the provisions of the Indian Medical Act, 1956 (as amended) and the Screening Test Regulations, 2002, which has been notified in Part III Section 4 of the Gazette of India Extra-ordinary issue dated the 18th of February, 2002. The Screening Test will be conducted twice a year as per the Schedule of Examination to be announced by the National Board of Examination, New Delhi. There shall be three papers of Multiple-choice questions in pre-clinical, para-clinical and clinical medicine and its allied subjects including Obstetrics & Gynecology. The language of the Test shall be English. The test for each paper will be of three hours duration. A candidate has to obtain a minimum of 50% marks in each paper separately for passing the Screening Test. No candidate shall be allowed to appear for the Screening Test unless: Once the candidate passes the Screening Test and completes the requisite internship, he is entitled for registration with the Medical Council of India with the consequent right of medical practice in India.
All the Medical universities were included in the World Directory Of Medical Schools, published by the World Health Organisation and award degree, which is a recognised qualification for enrolment as medical practitioner in the country in which the institution awarding the said qualification is situated and thus is recognised by the Medical Council of India as per the MCI act stated above. For further details please check official website of Medical Council of India: www.mciindia.org / www.wdoms.org