MBBS in USA


It’s a common dream to study MBBS in USA for Indians. However, the system to pursue medical study in USA is absolutely different than the one followed by most of the European-like Russia / Ukraine / Georgia or Asian countries like China or Philippines. The first question that comes to the mind of the student is how to study MBBS in USA. In fact, Medical Council of India allows you to be accepted as a practitioner in India and get registered without MCI screening test! There are many options for completing your MBBS in abroad at a MCI approved University.

How to do MBBS in USA
In order to get the direct admission in MBBS in USA, the student should have studied the Pre-Medical course leading to Bachelor of Science (B.S.) program before attempting to study further in medical colleges in USA. The medical education system is well defined by USMLE (Unites States Medical Licensing Examination)


The standard route to MBBS in USA

Every year, huge number of students from USA and international arena give MCAT (Medical College Admission Test), an entrance exam for MBBS in USA to get the admission to top medical colleges in USA. There are more than 350+ medical universities in USA. The exam is monitored and scores are released by AAMC (Association of American Medical Colleges). These are funded by the US government which costs you lesser for the bachelor level MD program. However, just like India, it is highly competitive to get through MCAT. All the local students give this exam to get admission to the top medical schools in USA. Accordingly, getting a MCAT score to get into the state medical universities is also the aim of every American appearing for MCAT. You can give MCAT after completion of Pre-Medical course. This is an extremely difficult way and quite an expensive road map to pursue MBBS in USA.

College list for MBBS in USA

301

U.S.A.

American Board of Cosmetic Surgery,USA

302

U.S.A.

American Board of Emergency Medicine

303

U.S.A.

American Board of Family Medicine

304

U.S.A.

American Board of Hospic and Palliative Medicine

305

U.S.A.

American Board of Internal Medicine

306

U.S.A.

American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

307

U.S.A.

American board of Thoracic Surgery

308

U.S.A.

American University Of Saint Vincent, Kingstown

309

U.S.A.

American University of the Caribben, School of Medicine

310

U.S.A.

Case Western Reserve University

311

U.S.A.

Emory University, Atlanta

312

U.S.A.

Harvard University, Boston

313

U.S.A.

Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia of Thomas Jefferson University

314

U.S.A.

Mayo Medical School, Rochester

315

U.S.A.

New York Medical College

316

U.S.A.

New York University

317

U.S.A.

NorthWestern University, East Chicago

318

U.S.A.

State University of New York, Brooklyn

319

U.S.A.

Temple University, School of Medicine, Philadelphia

320

U.S.A.

The American Board of Colon and Rectal Surgery

321

U.S.A.

The American Board of Ophthalmolgy

322

U.S.A.

The American Board of Pediatrics

323

U.S.A.

The American Board of Surgery

324

U.S.A.

The Johns hopkins University

325

U.S.A.

The University of Illinois at Chicago

326

U.S.A.

The University of North Carolina

327

U.S.A.

The University of the State of New York

328

U.S.A.

University of California

329

U.S.A.

University of Colorado School of Medicine

330

U.S.A.

University of Massachusetts Medical School

331

U.S.A.

University of Medicine and Denistry of New Jersey

332

U.S.A.

University of Minnesota

333

U.S.A.

University of Southern California

334

U.S.A.

University of Tennessee Health Science Centre

335

U.S.A.

University of Texas South Western Medical Centre

336

U.S.A.

Virginia Commonwealth University

337

U.S.A.

Washington University

338

U.S.A.

Wayne State University, Detroit, MI


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