ELIGIBILITY: M.D. PROGRAMME
Eligibility – For Indian Students
Candidates for admission to M.D.
Candidates who have qualified NEET from 2019 onwards and leave the country for pursuing pre-medical/language course will not be required to qualify NEET again at the time of their actual admission in MBBS or equivalent medical course in the subsequent year(s) after completion of the pre-medical/language course.
Candidates who qualify NEET once, his/her NEET score shall be valid for a period of three (3) years from the date of declaration of result. Such candidates shall be entitled to pursue MBBS or equivalent medical course including pre-medical/language course, if any, followed by MBBS or equivalent medical course.
Indian Citizens/OCI who have not qualified NEET-2018 and/or registered in NEET-2018 and intending to take admission in MBBS or equivalent medical course in foreign medical institutions are exempted until the declaration of NEET-2019 result declared on 5th June 2019. However, such candidates have to obtain an eligibility certificate from the Medical Council of India u/s 13(4B) of the IMC Act, 1956.
For Other Nationals
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age at the time of admission or by December 31st in the year admission is taken in the MD program.
The university requires a minimum of 90 credit hours of college courses and strongly recommends that applicant on a degree from an accredited undergraduate institution. The following courses are prerequisites:
The language of instruction for all programs is English. Applicants of non-English speaking countries may be asked to submit documentation of proficiency in English (TOEFL, IELTS or equivalent English course).
- Students from non-English speaking countries but from English Medium School, do not require to give TOEFL examination.
- Students who have completed 2 semesters of University in humanities where essays in English comprised at least 40% of the overall mark will also be considered eligible.
Also, students with Advanced Placement English and English Baccalaureate certification are considered eligible.
NOTE: Exceptions are made on a case by case basis at the discretion of the Admissions Committee.
- Professional degrees in Nursing, Pharmacy, Podiatry, Allied Health, Public Health, Chiropractic or others will not be accepted as transfer credits. Thus, students with any of these degrees will not be accepted with advanced standing in the MD program.
- Only credits from an IMED-listed medical school are eligible for transfer credits into the MD program. Acceptance of transfer credits depends upon formal review of course comparability which is at the discretion of the university. Any requests for advanced standing should be made at the time of initial application.
- All applicants should note that any fraudulent documents or omissions made during the application process may result in withdrawal of acceptance/dismissal
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