An Overview:

Admissions to NBEMS fellowship courses for international students are also undertaken through the same Fellowship Entrance Test, however, there shall be a separate merit list for Fellowship Programme for International Students (FPIS), in each sub-specialty wherein programme for international students are being offered.

For International students, the eligible feeder qualification of the student should be a registered qualification in his /her own country. The qualification of the international student should be a recognised qualification as per provisions of the NMC Act, 2019 and included in Second Schedule or Part II of Third Schedule of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 which can be seen at the official website of the NMC. Further, the student should be a registered medical practitioner in his/her own country.

An eligible international student who has qualified the entrance examination shall have to obtain clearance from appropriate authorities (Ministry of External Affairs, Ministry of Home Affairs, Local police) and will have to obtain temporary registration with the National Medical Commission before they are permitted to join any FNB/FNB-PD course. All international students are required to obtain a “No Objection Certificate” from their medical council /Government for appearing in the examination and permission for working in India for the period of Fellowship based on valid travel document (passport) and valid permission (visa).

This webpage on NBEMS website offers easy access to the Information Bulletin of FET, Online application submission weblinks, Guidelines for application submission, Applicant login, Notices related to FET published time to time and Results of FET conducted by NBEMS.