UAE Medical License Exam now appear Online

uae6Dubai: Health-care professionals, especially outside the UAE, can apply for a medical licence to work in the Emirates through the fully operational online Examination and Evaluation System (EES).

Candidates  can appear for the licence exams, conducted on a weekly basis, in their own country and receive results electronically, reducing cost and time. The fees are also paid electronically.

Previously, an applicant had to appear for an exam, and if unsuccessful, reappear after the stipulated two months wait.

“The new system allows an applicant to sit for an exam every week in his or her country the number of attempts or trials to schedule MoH exams is four,” said Dr Ameen Hussain Al Amiri, Assistant Undersecretary for Medical Practices and Licensing at the ministry, speaking to Gulf News.

He explained that in the past, applicants had to enter the country and incur expenses.

Now they can enter the country after they have been evaluated and are ready to seek jobs. The system is centralised and reduces the financial burden on applicants. It also saves them time.”

To facilitate the exams, the ministry has enlisted the help of Prometric Worldwide, a global testing network. “Prometric manages the exams for the ministry around the world,” said Dr Al Amiri.

Apart from licensing, health-care professionals including physicians, technicians, dentists, pharmacists and TCAM (traditional, complementary and alternative medicine) practitioners can also benefit from the system’s online features that allow one to upgrade qualification and experience.

For fee payment, the system mandates the use of the UAE e-dirham card, which was introduced in 2001 to replace traditional methods of fee collection for government services.

The UAE E-Dirham card is a ‘secure electronic purse’ that can be bought in person or online from the ministries of Finance and Interior and/or any member bank like the Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank and Commercial Bank of Dubai.

Dr Al Amiri said that once an applicant has registered, he or she has to submit the required documents (passport copy, photograph, and certificates, among others), and pay the fee using the UAE e-dirham card.

He explained that the payment is done through the Blue and Red Al Haslah prepaid (customisable) e-dirham cards.

He added the system has been tested by the ministries of health and finance to ensure accuracy.[Source]

7 Comments

  1. Respected Sir, could u plz tell me what exam a Palliative Care consultant having 13 years of experience should take and whether jobs are available in dubai??

  2. Good day sir.i am Dr okuonghae from Nigeria and I intend practicing in UAE. Please I would love to get more information on moh and kindly ask If i can sit for the eexamination from Nigeria.

  3. sir,
    i have completed my bhms in India,i would like to appear for the exam so plz inform when the exam will be conducted online..?
    thank you..

  4. Myself homoeopathic graguate from india gujarat.i want information regarding mou exam can i give it from india mention online exam centres available in india gujarat and from which site i will fill the application form for mou exam and fees submission from india .i dnt have e diram card..reply as early
    With regards.
    Dr jitenda maru .

  5. I’m in abudhabi wd residential viza. Bt I’m homeopathy dr. Im from srilanka. Bt I like to work in abudhabi. So wt a the procedure

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