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At 1:58pm on May 15, 2008, Mohammad said…
These are the links for the 2 major Universities that offer residency programs:
The process is simple once you are ready. there isn't much to prepare for :)
At 7:20am on May 15, 2008, Mohammad said…
Hello Shubra, I read that you are interested in Europe. My country is in the Middle East :) Anyway, It depends on the hospital you are looking for. In my university hospital, there isn't any exams but you have to pay as an international for your residency! In some private hospitals, there is a very simple entrance exam(something like 20 questions) and you get paid. In military hospitals, you neither get paid nor you pay tuitions. So it depends on the hospital. Hope this helps.
At 4:18am on May 14, 2008, Mohammad said…
Hello shubra, why don't you join the Medical Students Groups? Hopefully, you will bring some spirit to the group :)
At 3:14pm on May 10, 2008, M RAMESH KAMATH said…
which part of the world do you live in? I mean do you presently reside in India or are you an NRI? I mean there are various ways of getting into radiology residency in India? If you have lots of cash you can "buy" a radio seat for maybe 1-2 crore rupees.That is the highest for any speciality in india.If you are very brainy then you can compete in the various entrance exams in india.But you will have to get a top rank for MD radio.if Diploma is ok then a slightly poorer rank is ok.Else you can do DNB Radio which is easier to get into but very tough to pass.So you can choose.I will tell you more if you have any specific queries. Thanks
At 12:02pm on May 8, 2008, Alessandro Lemos,MD said…
I don't know very well, but I think there is something like an integration with the exams. It means that you have to repeat some exams, but I don't know how many.
For more information go to the link University of Milan, Facoltà di medicina e chirurgia via Google.
At 9:44am on May 8, 2008, Alessandro Lemos,MD said…
Good comment shubra!
At 1:31am on May 8, 2008, radRounds Radiology Network said…
We recommend that you do some research in the USA. Find a good academic department to take you on. There is always a need for smart individuals to do research. It will give you an opportunity to meet radiologists and also something to get you in the door when you apply here.

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