MBBS Admission Process for Foreign Nationals
A foreign national is a person who is not a citizen of the host country in which he or she is residing or sojourning. The foreign candidates who want to seek MBBS admission in Karnataka can apply directly under Foreign/NRI quota.
Eligibility Criteria for Foreign Candidates
- Candidates should have passed an examination which is equivalent to the 10+2 examination of India and should have obtained 50% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (taken together).
- Candidates should have also passed English as one of the subjects.
Note: Only those candidates who have qualified from foreign Universities or Boards of Higher Education, recognized as equivalent by the Indian Universities/ Association of the Indian Universities are eligible for MBBS admission.
MBBS Admission Process under Foreign Quota
- Candidates seeking MBBS admission under Foreign Quota need not appear for any entrance examinations.
- The intake of students to MBBS course will be as per the MCI recommendations.
FOREIGN NATIONALS WHO FULFILL THE ABOVE CRITERIA WILL HAVE TO PRODUCE THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS DURING ADMISSION
- Valid student visa for the period of study at the college/university.
- Valid passport (Original must be shown for verification).
- Inward remittance certificate from the Reserve Bank of India.
- Residential permit from the local Superintendent of Police and Foreigner Registration Offices.
- Letter of sponsorship if applicable.
- No objection certificate issued by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India.
- Should have the eligibility certificate from the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS) to pursue medical education programs in the state of Karnataka.
- Any other document that may be expedient as introduced by the authority.
MBBS Admission Fee
The tuition fee for foreign nationals seeking MBBS admission in Karnataka medical colleges varies from Rs. 80 lakhs to Rs. 1.5 crores at the discretion of the college.