Medico-Abroad, is a registered firm (Regd. No.2033 of 2002 with Registrar of Firms, Hyderabad , Andhra Pradesh) engaged in overseas admissions of students from India in educational courses of reputed colleges/universities of Europe, China and Central Asia regions. The firm acts as representatives of various foreign universities for facilitating the admission of students into those Universities and Educational Institutions, and also provides Educational Consultancy and Career guidance to students.
Medico Abroad, Hyderabad , took to student admission activity since 2003, recruiting students for medicine courses in Belarus , Bulgaria , China , Kyrgyzstan , Russia and Ukraine , and so far have sent more than 600 students to various foreign medical universities . The head office is located at Hyderabad while the Branch Offices are spread all over India in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamilnadu, Kerala, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Jammu & Kashmir and the North Eastern States. Over the period, Medico Abroad expanded admission activities to regions outside India through Associate Offices located in SriLanka, Maldives, Mauritius and also Dubai in the Middle East region covering Kuwait , Saudi Arabia , UAE, Oman , Yemen , Qatar , Iraq , Iran and others.The hallmark of Medico Abroad is the Quality Policy which reads “providing consultancy and services on higher education in foreign universities to middle income group students; and fulfilling their needs and expectations using quality management system”. The sustained observance of quality policies has resulted in the achievement of prestigious ISO 9001:2008 Certification for the international standards in admission process works and related services’.

Medico Abroad has also the rare distinction of being registered with the Consultancy Development Center (CDC) of the Ministry of Science & Technology, Government of India. Furthermore, Medico Abroad was the first to enter into a nation wide tie-up with a major Banking giant , having 1282 Branch Offices spread all over India, for providing education loan facility to their students.

Furthermore, to improve the students’ knowledge and understanding, as well as to cater the essential quotient of MCI prescribed syllabus to Indian students, Medico Abroad developed ‘E-learning’ modules of medical subjects, and stood as the pioneer in introducing ‘E-teaching’ for Indian students pursuing medicine in foreign medical institutions.

The firm’s pledge is towards processing admissions for genuine students only. The students chosen from this firm earned accolades in conduct and discipline, and have also been recognized for their outstanding achievements in studies in each of the universities. On this account, Medico Abroad earned high reputation and a unique record as a privileged Consultancy firm in India .

An Office was opened in China to assist the students as well as to co-ordinate with the universities in solving any student related problems. This proved very useful to the students and the confidence level of the parents is also fortified. The goodwill gestures and supportive services of Medico Abroad are extended even post-admission to all their students in China, through the Resident Directors Mr.Srinivasulu and Mr.Suresh Kumar.

  Location Advantages
The Head Office at Hyderabad is an established, well furnished office in Jubilee Hills, located in an independent two-storied building, and at close proximity to the Hitech city, the IT Hub of Hyderabad. Most of the media offices are located in this zone, besides the excellent connectivity and supportive utility services prevalent in the locality.

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