Frequently Asked Questions

• In China International student’s admission is accepted by the universities on the basis of qualifying examination based on merit, candidate for admission to MBBS course must have passed in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Bio-Technology & English individually and must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks taken together in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology at the qualifying examination.
• In respect of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes or Other Backward Classes, the marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Bio-Technology taken together in qualifying examinationbe 40% instead of 50% as above.

For International MBBS batches the medium of study is ENGLISH.

All Chinese Medical Universities offers MBBS degree.

He/she shall complete the age of 17 years on or before 31st December of the year of admission to the MBBS Course.

All students who graduate in MBBS course shall have to qualify the Screening test to work or practice in India.

International students cannot work in China.

All International students have to mandatorily pass the Licensing Examination to work in China.

Indian foods are available In all the Universities promoted by The Career Makers. The Career Makers has arranged cooks from India to prepare Indian Food.

Students can cook themselves in the common kitchen available in each floor of the hostel. In common kitchen, gas is available free of cost.

International students’ admission is purely on the merit of Marks Senior secondary board exams.

The Career Makers sends scan copy of passport, mark sheets of class 12th examination along with physical examination form to the university. The Universities after scrutinizing all the documents sends it to the Ministry Of Education who later on satisfaction with the documents issues JW202 form. After obtaining JW202 form in original The Career Makers submits all original documents to the Embassy of China in India to get the visa.

Embassy of China in India issues student’ entry visa valid for 30 days only. After arriving China all the students under goes process like registration in the university, reporting to Police, medical checkup in the hospital etc. After receiving all the reports from concerned departments, Chinese government extends the visa for one year or may be less than one year. All students need to get the visa extended before the expiry of the visa. The University will arrange the process of the visa and its extension whenever required although students will bear the entire visa extension fee.

It is compulsory to buy insurance because medical checkup is very expensive in China.

All Chinese universities are permitted to hire foreign experts. All the Universities promoted by The Career Makers except Harbin Medical University have foreign experts from India, Nepal and Bangladesh. Harbin Medical University doesn’t hire any foreign experts. All these foreign experts teach in English.

MCI follows screening test regulations act 2002. MCI doesn’t have any role to approve or disapprove in Medical Institute beyond the geographical boundary of India.

All students who holds primary medical qualifications (MBBS or its equivalent) from any country outside India, which is recognized for enrolment as medical practitioner in that country and who have qualified the Screening Test conducted by the National Board of Examination are required to be mandatorily enrolled on the State Medical Register by the State Medical Council upon satisfaction of fulfillment of all the requirements by any applicant, for seeking registration in the IMR.

Out of total students going to China to study MBBS from India, more than 50% Girl students are going to pursue MBBS course

Normally two or three bedded rooms are available in the hostels.

All the universities promoted by The Career Makers have separate Boys and Girls hostel building.

Electricity is not free of charges in hostels. Students need to pay according to their usage. But in China electricity is very cheap in compare with India.

All students have to buy drinking water. But students can carry free drinking water from library or other places in the campus which is provided by the university for students.

Soon after arriving in the University campus all students need to fill the registration form. Later on the university will guide them for police report, medical checkup, visa extension etc.

The Career Makers arranges escort new students to the university in group only.

The duration of MBBS course in China is six years including Internship.

No.All students pursuing MBBS in China need to do internship once, either from China or India. If any student has done Internship from China he is exempted to do Internship again in India.

Yes. Syllabus is almost same like MCI.

a.Yes. In China students have to perform practical in the entire subject where it is required.

Students fly to China in the second week of November to join the University.

The Career Makers have their international coordinator in China to look after the students. These coordinators assist and help students in need.

Normally 23Kgs is allowed in check in baggage. But in some circumstances airlines provides more than 23kgs of weight.

Yes. In all the universities promote by The Career Makers students need to learn Chinese language and they have to pass HSK also.

The HSK is an international standardized exam that tests and rates Chinese language proficiency. It assesses non-native Chinese speakers’ abilities in using the Chinese language in their daily, academic and professional lives. HSK consists of six levels, namely the HSK (level I), HSK (level II), HSK (level III), HSK (level IV), HSK (level V), and HSK (level VI).

Those Universities which are not in the list of institute to teach international students in English medium Clinical medicine is called non listed universities. This list is published by MOE PR China every Year.

Those universities which are in the list published by MOE PR China to teach Clinical Medicine in English medium only are called Listed Universities.

MOE listed universities are qualified to offer both English- medium MBBS and Chinese-medium programs. MOE non-listed universities are qualified to offer Chinese- medium MBBS programs.

All of them are listed by the Regular Institutions of Higher Education in China All of them are recognized by WHO in the “Directory of World Medical Schools” All of them have the right to recruit international students.

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