MBBS IN EUROPE: A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE
Building a foundation from a younger age is essential, especially considering the amount of competition there is in the field of medical sciences. Don’t worry if you’re opting out late, you just have to work really hard. At a young age, there are some things that are both mandatory and quintessential to a strong foundation.
Almost everyone is generally aware of the basic pre-requisites of graduating from schools and having an English proficiency certificate, but the most recent change that has been brough about is clearing NEET, which was only limited to students wanting to study in India earlier.
The Medical Council of India (MCI) released a verdict mid-2018, making NEET mandatory for students who wished to study medicine in foreign years and was made effective 2019 onwards. The purpose behind mandating an India-based exam for international application was because many Indian candidates found it incredible arduous to even complete the primary medical course or qualify the screening tests required to practice medicine in those countries after having been admitted into their universities.
The system was built to regulate the flow of candidates, ensure only the worthy and deserving were admitted and to also inculcate the required hard work to clear a medical exam.
The NEET results have been valid for 3 years from its date of declaration, giving a time frame window for students to be able to apply to foreign universities within that period or taking the exam again.
Europe is the ultimate destination for all, but is a vast region. There are certain institutions approved by the Medical Council of India (and these are the ones you should be applying for). An elaborate country wise list is below:
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Republic of Latvia
Republic of Moldova
Europe’s unique education system consists of a framework of 28 active members, where each country has its own higher educational structure as part of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). The EHEA regulates the tertiary education system across European countries to ensure highest possible compatibility between the students, academics and researchers in Europe while the European Qualifications Network (EQN) is responsible for maintaining the education standards across Europe.
A few things all applicants must know include –
The medical curriculum in Europe consists of assessments through essays, coursework and working on medical projects in addition to theoretical lectures.
Here’s a list of the general criteria each applicant must fulfil:
All documents must be official certified copies and translations for the application process and are often issued by individual embassies– ensure to check in from admission offices consistently.
There are fees associated with the certification of a document and the application of certification itself. This processing fee generally depends on the place being applied to while an assessment of the same would costs 75 EUR and 30 EUR for each application.
The list of documents as follows:
The universities commence the intaking procedure in the month of September and enroll students by October. All registrations are marked on university websites only. Generally, after having been submitted the form, the applicant receives an admission letter withing 10 days if having been selected by the committee.
After receiving an admission/confirmation letter, it has to be submitted to the nearest embassy of the respective country to then apply for the visa. An embassy generally takes 7 days to stamp the visa collection, upon which you can then get your air tickets. Before departure, don’t forget to inform your institute.
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