after MBBS, in Canada what are my Options?

Hi, for any of the Master in Medicine you need to have the registration. After clearing the exam you are eligible to apply for the course and allowed to practice in Canada. For Masters in Medical field first one need to get the registration with Canadian Medical Council.  For every details in terms of requirements, fees, intake you can check with Canada medical council. For Masters in Medical field first one need to get the registration with Canadian Medical Council. All applicants must take the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT). The duration of MD program is usually four years. During the first two years the students learn about anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, microbiology, pathology and pharmacology, as well as behavioural sciences besides giving them an overview of patient examination techniques and an introduction to health care. In the third year the students are given an insight into disciplines like paediatrics, obstetrics and gynaecology, and surgery while in the fourth year they can take up an elective course. Doctor of Medicine or MD is conferred to students after completing four years of medical study in the US. Any graduate of a medical school outside Canada or the USA must obtain a pass standing on the Medical Council of Canada Evaluating Examination (MCCEE). This is the first step towards getting a license in a province, further training in Canada, or eligibility to apply for the Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Examination (MCCQE).The MCCQE is composed of Part I and Part II. To obtain the Licentiate of Medical Council of Canada (LMCC), a candidate must have one year of acceptable post-graduated medical training, and pass Part I and II. The Tuition can range from $35,000-$55,000.In Canada the tuition can range from CAD$10,000-$25,000 Per year approximately and the living can range from CAD$300-$700 per month. Being an international student you are allowed to work there part time 20 hours /per week. Hope this helps. Good luck.