The Medical Internship

After completed medical education and before you receive a full license to practice medicine as a physician, you need to participate in an internship programme which lasts from one to two years. If you study in a foreign country and aim to work in your home country it is possible to carry out your internship at home, which often qualifies you for a medical license in the country where you practice.

Learning About Different Health Systems

Studying abroad as a medical student, you will learn a considerable amount of information about patients' experiences under different legal healthcare structures. Given possible upcoming changes in the healthcare system, it could be additionally helpful to have experiences in practical clinical work overseas to better understand the context of the changes.

Broadening Your Horizons

It sounds simple, but doing an internship overseas can provide a unique cultural understanding that affects your subsequent training. Residents surveyed in the above study stated that two years after completing an international clinical rotation, the experience continued to positively impact their awareness of cultural and socioeconomic factors and clinical and language skills.

The Medical Specialist

After completing your medical degree, you are free to pursue any number of specialties or go into the field of research. All specialties require between three and six years of additional training after your completed residency and obtained license. Specialization often involves an additional post graduate degree on top of your medical degree, in addition to on the job training at selected hospitals. As a future doctor, communication, observation and interaction will be the tools that help you become the best doctor. When studying at an international university with advance technologies & world class faculty you are exposed to different cultures, languages and people. This exposure gives you the confidence to interact with your patients regardless of their background. Part of being an effective doctor is about connecting with your patient. Being able to really listen and understand all the factors that may have contributed to their condition. Without being able to listen and create rapport with your patient, the patient will be less willing to speak. When you study abroad, you automatically learn how to adapt and overcome any social barriers.

Other Benefits of Studying MBBS Abroad

  • 1. Affordability - Many of the medical Universities we work with are more affordable than US and British medical Universities.
  • 2. Better chance of getting accepted, Entrance requirements at the international medical universities we work with are less restrictive in comparison to universities back home.
  • 3. International Recognition
  • 4. Interactive, hands-on and well paced courses
  • 5. World Class Infrastructure and relationships with local hospitals for clinical and practical part of studies
  • 6. Safe, multi-cultural study environment with students from around the world
  • 7. Independence and freedom to travel during long summer holidays
  • 8. English language tuition, lectures and study material
  • 9. Eastern Europe has become a popular destination for students from around the world who want to study medicine, with Ukraine, Russia, Hungary and Latvia are also popular. In Asia, China and The Philippines are drawing the attention of international medical students.