Yes, an Indian student can practice medicine in Russia after completing their MBBS degree there, without taking any additional licensing exams. However, there are a few things to keep in mind:
Requirements for practicing in Russia:
- University Recognition: The MBBS program must be completed from a university recognized by the Russian Ministry of Health.
- Medical License: You will need to obtain a medical license from the Russian Ministry of Health. This involves submitting the required documents, passing a medical exam, and completing a residency program (optional).
- Proficiency in Russian: While not mandatory, strong proficiency in the Russian language will be essential for effective communication with patients and colleagues.
- Work permit: You will need a work permit to legally work in Russia as a doctor.
- Career progression: Opportunities for career advancement in Russia might be limited for non-Russian speaking doctors.
- Returning to India: If you plan to return to India and practice medicine, you will need to pass the National Medical Commission (NMC) Foreign Medical Graduates Examination (FMGE/NEXT).
- Yes, Indian students can practice medicine in Russia after completing MBBS.
- No additional licensing exams are required in Russia.
- Requirements include university recognition, medical license, and work permit.
- Proficiency in Russian is helpful.
- Consider future career plans in India and the need for FMGE/NEXT.
I hope this information helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.
To know more, Contact us on +91-7701882533
Website – Bright Future Abroad Studies