Can an Indian student practice in Russia after doing MBBS there?

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.
Additional considerations:
  • 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).
In summary:
  • 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.

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