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MCI/NMC approved Medical Colleges in Russia

Nov 19, 2021

Medical Council of India (MCI) or National Medical Commission (NMC) is a medical education regulatory body of the government of India. MCI approves a medical degree from a particular college abroad as a medical qualification based on their guidelines. Students who studied in the approved medical colleges must appear for the MCI/NMC screening test conducted by the National Board of Examinations (NBE) for registering in the State Medical Council. Over 50 medical universities in Russia are approved by the MCI or NMC.

Why choose MCI or NMC approved colleges in Russia?

  • Offers globally recognized degrees.
  • Provides high-quality medical education at an affordable cost.
  • Good job opportunities after completion of medical studies.
  • Provides medical programs in the English language.
  • Provides top-class infrastructure and facilities.
  • Provides scholarships to international students.

Russian medical universities listed by MCI or NMC

The following are the Russian medical universities approved by the MCI or NMC, which includes the top medical universities of Russia 

Altai State Medical University Mari State University Saratov State Medical University
Astrakhan State Medical University National Research Ogarev Mordovia State University Siberian State Medical University
Bashkir State Medical University National Research Nuclear University “MIFI” Smolensk State Medical University
Belgorod State National Research University North Ossetian State Medical Academy St. Petersburg State Pediatric Medical Academy
Chechen State University North-Eastern Federal University named after MK Ammosov Stavropol State Medical University
Chuvash State University named after I.N. Ulyanov Northern State Medical University Tambov State University named after G.R. Derzhavin
Crimean Federal University named after V. I. Vernadsky Novosibirsk National Research State University The First Moscow State Medical University named after Sechenov
Dagestan State Medical University Omsk State Medical University The First Saint-Petersburg State Medical University named after Pavlov
Far Eastern Federal University Orel State University Tula State University
Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University Orenburg State Medical University Tver State Medical University
Irkutsk State Medical University Pacific State Medical University Tyumen State Medical University
Ivanovo State Medical Academy Penza State University Ulyanovsk State University
Izhevsk State Medical Academy Perm State Medical University named after E. A. Vagner Ural State Medical University
Kabardino-Balkarian State University Privolzhsky Research Medical University Volgograd State Medical University
Kazan Federal (Volga) University Pskov State University Voronezh State Medical University named after N N Burdenko
Kazan State Medical University Rostov State Medical University Yaroslavl State Medical University
Kemerovo State Medical Academy Russian National Research Medical University named after N I Pirogov Kuban State Medical University
Russian Peoples’s Friendship University Kursk State Medical University Ryazan State Medical University named after I P Pavlov

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. However, the candidate must make sure to pursue a medical degree from an MCI approved college and thereafter pass the MCI screening test to practice in India.

If you are a student aspiring to practice your medical career in India after medical studies in Russia, it is mandatorily required to study in an MCI/NCM approved medical college.

The test is mandatory for an Indian citizen who has a Russian medical degree and wants to practice medicine in India.

The MCI screening test consists of 300 multiple choice questions divided into two sections. Candidates would be given 150 minutes to solve each section.

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