NEET score required to study abroad
NTA has already declared the results of NEET-UG 2021. It means that students can now start taking admissions in the medical programs in India and overseas. As per the directions of MCI (and now NMC), NEET qualification is a must even if students want to study MBBS/BDS outside of India. So, the question that now comes is – how much score is the qualifying score? Here’s your answer.

Qualifying NEET 2021 score to study MBBS abroad

The requirement varies slightly based on the category you belong to. For general category students, you need a score of 138 or higher to study MBBS abroad. However, if you belong to a reserved category, OBCSC/ST category, then a score of 108 is the qualifying score. Please check the following table for your reference.

CategoryQualifying score
General (unreserved)138
UR / EWS & PwD122
OBC/SC/ST & PwD108

I’ve qualified! Which are the best places to study MBBS abroad?

Congratulations on clearing your NEET UG exam. Now, if you are looking to study abroad, there are a  lot of well-deserving study destinations outside of India for your medical studies. The best options as of today are:

  1. Georgia
  2. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  3. Ukraine
  4. Philippines
  5. Kazakhstan

Urgent Note: Sadly, due to delayed results of NEET 2021, a lot of countries have already closed admissions for the year or are on the verge of closing them. In order to avoid wasting your academic year, please consider taking your admissions as soon as possible. Please contact us to take admissions in the best universities in the aforementioned countries. All the best for your medical career!

I’ve not qualified NEET. Can I still study MBBS abroad?

In case you failed to qualify for NEET, then you are unfortunately ineligible to study MBBS abroad as per Indian laws. We know that it is disappointing, but you should never give up. We will recommend that you do not listen to anybody who says you can still go abroad because you will face consequences when you come back to India after finishing your studies. We wish you all the best in your attempt next year.