Diagnostic imaging or radiology:
All other medical imaging is classified as diagnostic imaging or radiology. All other medical imaging methods, such as X-rays, CT scans, ultrasound, and MRIs, pale in comparison. You will be subjected to the relevant professional constraints if you want to pursue a career in medicine.

UPSC (Union Public Service Commission):
Medical graduates from outside India who have finished their MBBS can return to India and work in government or private facilities after clearing the MCI (Medical Council of India) test. They can also take the UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) exam and contribute to the country in a positive way.

Forensic Medical Examiner (Clinical Forensic Medical Examiner): 
You could pursue a medical profession as a Clinical Forensic Medical Examiner after completing your MBBS course in a foreign nation. You must test the living and forensic pathologists in accordance with the law.

Forensic psychiatry:
The discipline of psychiatry that deals with criminal situations is known as forensic psychiatry. This is a psychiatric specialty that also has a criminology component. It is formed by the meeting of law and psychiatry.

Medico-Legal profession:
When it deals with the treatment and rehabilitation of mentally ill criminal offenders, it is related to the Medico-Legal profession.

Transplant Coordinator: 
This medical career requires both medical and managerial skills. This vocation is best suited to practitioners who can easily synchronize medical tasks related to organ donation or transplantation.

In the medical/pharmaceutical field, researcher:
It is one of the most active fields of work, with everyday developments. You'll have the opportunity to learn more about the human body and treatment options in this sector.
After that, you must conduct multiple experiments to assess the results in order to get comprehensive medical research knowledge. MBBS students studying abroad are obliged to work in a variety of settings, including the pharmaceutical industry, academia, hospital labs, and research campuses.

The Best Courses for Students After MBBS Abroad

  • M.Tech in Biomedical Engineering and Biological Sciences
  • MBA in Healthcare Management
  • MS in Hospital Administration
  • MS in Microbiology or Clinical Pathology
  • Diploma in Health Education/ Occupational Health/ Obstetrics & Gynecology/ Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation/ Sports Medicine/ Pathology/ Pediatrics/ Immune hematology/ Nuclear medicine/ Psychiatry/ Radiotherapy


Unlike other topics such as engineering, business studies, or the arts, the most popular locations for MBBS students are not usually the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, or Australia. For admission to MBBS programs in the United States, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Singapore, Australia, France, Canada, and Malaysia, you must take a mandatory local entrance exam.

Eligibility requirements differ from country to country. In the United States, for example, you must have finished your graduation (preferably a 4-year Pre-Medical school) before taking the MBBS entrance exam.


MCI-recognized colleges are located all over the world. These are the colleges that are approved by the Indian government through MCI. The list of MCI-approved medical colleges may be seen at mciindia.org. Remember that in order to study MBBS in these countries, you must first obtain an eligibility certificate from MCI.

After completing the course, you must take the FMGE/NBE test and pass it with a score of 50% or above. Although the courses are not known as MBBS in many countries, they are identical. Let's have a look at the best nations to study MBBS in.

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