PG in USA
We are specialist in getting our students to RESIDENCY (PG) in USA , So that they get registered directly with Medical Council of India as MD/MS without MCI Screening Test.
You may return back to India and register yourself directly with MCI as MD/MS as per your Residency at USA. Medical Council of India (MCI) authorises registration of USDA degree without MCI screening Test for those who obtain PG degree from USA .
EARNING BACK IN PG WHAT YOU SPENT AT MBBS LEVEL
During Residency (PG Level ) You start earning around US$4,000 to US $5,500/month depending on the hospital as stipend for the next 3-5 years which takes care of all your living cost+gives back the money that you spent during the Bachelor program. This is the best part of doing Medical program in USA. The total duration of MBBS in USA is thus around 9 years up to PG level, just like in India to takes 9 years
Many students feel that the of studying MBBS in USA is very high. However, the reality is your overall medical college fees in USA is ZERO up to PG. Since the cost to study in Indian private colleges is very high, it has become more favourable to study MBBS in USA for Indian students.
The number of students appearing for USMLE-1 in 2017 is around 42,000 in which 36,000 students are qualify compared to the available residency seats of 29,000. The chances of getting through the residency are more than 81%. The passing rate at Avalon University School of Medicine is around 90%!
BASIC RULE TO PRACTICE IN USA
In USA in order to practice, you have to complete your board certified residency (Equivalent to PG in India) and just Bachelor level MBBS is not sufficient. Accordingly, if you just complete bachelor level, you would have to give the MCI screening test in India, even if you are from any of the top medical colleges in USA. Accordingly you are suggested to start your journey at USMLE approved top medical university of Caribbean Islands- Avalon University School of Medicine, Curacao and Washington University of Health and Science, Belize.
However, no one returns back at Bachelor level since the reason to go USA is PG.