Most of the people think, as Germany doesn´t have an entrance exam to get into post-graduation like India, the quality will be compromised. No! The only reason they don´t have an entrance exam is that, Germany face an acute shortage of qualified doctors in the country. Till 2012 the positions were not offered to Non-EU citizens.
According to Indian Medical Council Third Schedule, Part II Fach Arzt in Internal Medicine, Surgery, Gynaecology, Paediatrics and Anaesthesia from most of the german states are mentioned as recognized. The rule needed upgradation, as evident by thier mentioning of east and west Germanies, which do not exist anymore. Lack of qualified specialists migrating back to India maybe the reason behind it. Most doctors migrate to Germany not just to do post-graduation, but it also it provides the opportunity to settle in Europe. German Post-graduate opportunities were not opened to Non-EU graduates untill 2012. Due to an increased demand of doctors, they have started accepting Non-EU graduates too. So a German Post-Graduate degree is something new to MCI and we are expecting it´s recognition in the near future. We are providing the link to MCI act, third schedule here Click Here
There are absolutely no tuition fees in Germany, instead you will be getting monthly salary of 4500-5000 euros. After tax, health insurance etc. you will be able to save 2500 Euros a month. (Single, without children. If you are married or have a child your tax structure is different and have to pay only less amount) There will be an annual increase in salary and duties are paid extra.
There are 63 post graduate courses to choose from. After registering with us you will get a comprehensive list of courses. In general, all surgical fields are 6 years and medical fields 5 years.
You can do all super-specialty courses after MBBS itself. For example, either you can do Internal Medicine for 5 years or Cardiology which is 3 years Internal Medicine and 3 years Cardiology. It is different in each specialty.
No. Germany have vacancies in all fields. However, getting into residency depends on your language skills, your experience in the field and of course your interest in the field.
Of Course you can. If your first choice was related to your current choice, it will be counted to your total postgraduate studies. For example, you started in Internal Medicine and after 6 months decided that you want to do Neurology. It will be counted because in Neurology you should work some months in Internal Medicine too. (Note that in Germany, Neurology is a separate field, not Super-specialty after Internal Medicine)
No. But presenting a thesis will give you Dr.med. title.
No. In most countries dr. is a title awarded to people who have completed doctoral studies. (PhD). However, you can do doctoral studies during your post-graduation.
You will be recognized as a Facharzt. It means specialist.
No. But after joining the residency program you can apply to the medical council to recognize your PG degree. They will compare your post graduate studies with German system and if approved you will need to complete the missing years/postings. Your PG will be an advantage in getting into your preferred branch.
Yes.More than enough.
No. Issue of the Visa is under the sole authority of Republic of Germany. But with our program the chance of getting a visa is high enough.
Yes, after reducing an amount towards the services already carried out your money will be refunded.
Emsigpro GmbH and EmsigPro Pvt Lts are registered companies in Germanyand India respectively. There will be a mutual legal contract between EmsigPro and its clients. You can check the registration details of our consultancy from our website.