Study MBBS in China
  • No Hidden costs
  • Medium of instruction is English.
  • Affordable tuition fees & cost of living.
  • Affordable medical study & living expenses
  • More than 10,000 Indian students are studying in China.
  • Best opportunities for clinical exposure at university run hospitals
  • MCI Recognized: Can join post graduate medical courses in India.
  • The educational fees are very low due to subsidy by the Government.
  • Proven high quality of education and excellent academic standards
  • International Degree: Recognized by WHO, Medical Council of India, FAIMER,
  • Simple application and admission procedure, Easy student visa application process
  • Premier Universities Ranked the Best under Ministry of Education, Government of P.R. China.
  • MCI Recognized: Eligible for Govt. Jobs and PG Courses in India
  • Limited seats, Admissions on First come, First Serve basis.

Duration of course after 10+2 standard in P R China is 6 years. That includes one year Internship which can be done in China or India in some cases in case the law allows.

P.S:- The Ministry of Education, People’s Republic of China, has reduced the International Student seats Quota for the September / October 2015 Intake

Hence, there will be a huge demand for “MBBS seats in China”! Register Today! Tomorrow May Be Too Late!

People’s Republic of China

The People’s Republic of China is the second-largest country in the world by land area. China has the longest combined land border in the world, measuring 22,117 km (13,743 mi) from the mouth of the Yalu River to the Gulf of Tonkin. China borders 14 nations. China extends across much of East Asia, bordering Vietnam, Laos, and Burma in Southeast Asia; India, Bhutan, Nepal and Pakistan in South Asia; Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan in Central Asia; a small section of Russian Altai and Mongolia in Inner Asia; and the Russian Far East and North Korea in Northeast Asia.

Education & Health

In 1986, China set the long-term goal of providing compulsory nine-year basic education to every child. As of 2007, there were 396,567 primary schools, 94,116 secondary schools, and 2,236 higher education institutions in China. As of 2007, 93.3% of the population over age 15 are literate, compared to only 20% in 1950. In 2000, China’s literacy rate among 15-to-24-year-olds was 98.9% (99.2% for males and 98.5% for females). In March 2007, the Chinese government declared education a national “strategic priority”; the central budget for national scholarships was tripled between 2007 and 2009, and 223.5 billion yuan (US$28.65 billion) of extra state funding was allocated between 2007 and 2012 to improve compulsory education in rural areas. In 2009, Chinese students from Shanghai achieved the world’s best results in mathematics, science and literacy, as tested by the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), a worldwide evaluation of 15-year-old school pupils’ scholastic performance.

The Ministry of Health, together with its counterparts in the provincial health bureaux, oversees the health needs of the Chinese population. An emphasis on public health and preventive medicine has characterized Chinese health policy since the early 1950s.

NOTE: Beware of Agents offering ‘Package System’ for ‘Studying in China’. They ask Students / Parents to deposit 1st years or all the
6 years Tuition Fees and / or Hostel Fees in advance with them. NO University in China asks for Tuition Fees / Hostel Fees to be
deposited with Agents in Advance. Tuition Fees & Hostel Fees are to be paid directly in the University Office.
These agents are more likely to disappear with your Hard Earned Money.
P.S:- The Ministry of Education, People’s Republic of China, has reduced the International Student seats
Hence, there will be a huge demand for ‘MBBS seats in China’ !

Steps for Admission

  • Invitation /admission letter from the university.
  • Confirmation of admission in the university.
  • Translation of all certificates and documents (whenever applicable)
  • Attestation of documents and certificates from H.R.D ministry, Govt. of India.
  • Attestation of documents & certificates from ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India.
  • Medical certificate confirming absence of HIV after the proper test.
  • Apply in M.C.I to seek the eligibility certificate (for medical students).
  • General medical health certificate after proper test.
  • Arranging foreign exchange at lowest possible rates.
  • Arranging air ticket at lowest rates.
  • Visa formalities.
  • Arrange for your arrival & all processing in the destination country and the institute.
  • Arrange for your admission in the hostel as well as the institution
  • Try to keep a watch and ward of your child in the destination country
  • Application form of the institution duly filled.
  • 15 passport photographs (4.5 X4cms- white back ground 75% face with out cap or specs)
  • Valid passport.
  • Board certificate of 10th class. (D.O.B certificate).
  • Marks certificate of 10th class
  • Marks certificate 11th class
  • Marks certificate 12th class.
  • PCC incase of admission to Philippines.
  • Date of Birth certificate issued by the government authorities.
  • Bank statement for last 6 months showing a balance of Rs 250000/= or above

Frequently Asked Questions( FAQ'S )

Are these universities ABROAD recognized by India?

Yes, however the best method is to get things verified before you proceed. Verify things like status of the recognition of degree & institution awarding the degree for safety of your future from concerned Govt. Offices, Embassy of the concerned Country / the Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India & other Govt. sources (like for medical related courses from Medical Council of India (MCI) & for non medical courses status of the recognition of degree & institution from AICET, DGCA etc.)

Will it be necessary to learn local language, even if the student has joined the English medium course?

For the medical studies, the first three years consist of pre-clinical training and is more lectures oriented. The preclinical subjects are taught completely in the English language. However, there are language classes as a part of the curriculum from the first year itself. This is necessary since from the fourth year, the student would start his / her clinical subjects, which would require him / her to attend the clinics and hospital as part of training and would have to interact with the local patients and hence would require knowing the local language. Also the knowledge of the local language in an added asset for the student to interact with local population.

What is the title of the degree?

M.D. (Doctor of Medicine) Different countries have different names for the same degree. Like Russia & all CIS countries call it M.D (Doctor of Medicine), China calls it MB (Bachelor of Medicine). But all these degrees are equivalent to MBBS in India.

What is screening test?

National Board of Examinations conducts "Screening test" that MCI has introduced has three papers 1. Non-clinical 2. Clinical 3. Para-clinical and is Multiple-Choice type questions. You will have to obtain 50% to pass. Once you pass this examination, you will be awarded a registration with the MCI. With this registration you will undergo one year Internship / practice at a Hospital in India. After this internship is completed, you will be get permanent registration by MCI or the State Medical Boards. Screening test is being conducted by National Board of Examination, Govt. of India twice every year.

What time will it take for admission?


What are the chances of securing scholarship?

In the case of scholarship, the chances depend on merit as well as timing of the application. Certain countries/universities do NOT award scholarship in advance but may consider awarding scholarship, depending on the performance of the student.