The four-and-a-half-year course is divided into nine semesters, each six months in duration. On successful completion of the course, students will have to undergo a compulsory residential rotating internship for a year. All Indian national students seeking admission at MCOMS and interested in practicing in India on graduation will be required to obtain an eligibility certificate from the Medical Council of India prior to their enrollment at MCOMS.
They will also have to clear the screening test, after obtaining their degree certificate, in order to practice upon their return to India.
The group's presence includes three universities - Manipal University, Sikkim Manipal University, and American University of Antigua and over 30 institutions in India. There are also colleges and campuses in Antigua, Dubai, Malaysia and Nepal.
MCOMS is recognised by the Medical Council of Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Mauritius, besides being accredited by the California Medical Boards and New York State Medical Board.
To apply, log on to website www.manipal.edu.np.
Manipal College of Medical Sciences opens admissions to MBBS Programs