PHILIPPINES

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WHY STUDY MBBS IN PHILIPPINES 

The Philippines, conjointly called the Republic of Philippines is located in Southeast Asia within the Western ocean.
Its capital, Manila, is known for its waterfront and centuries-old Chinatown.
Philippines was a colony of the USA for around fifty years and therefore the country follows the American system of education.

The Philippines is a founding member of the World Trade Organization, United Nations, the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum, Association of Southeast Asian Nations and the East Asia Summit.

The Philippines has shown an excellent transition in the economy from agriculture to the one with services and producing.
In addition to membership within the United Nations, the Philippines is also a founding and active member of ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations). The tropical climate of the Philippines is sometimes hot and humid.
The temperatures sometimes vary from 21 °C (70 °F) to 32 °C (90 °F) with January being the coolest and may being the warmest months of the year.

Indian Students Feedback Studied in Philippines

  • INDIAN STUDENTS 85% 85%
  • INDIAN FOOD AVAILABILITY 74% 74%
  • QUALITY OF EDUCATION 85% 85%
  • SAFETY 90% 90%

PHILIPPINES WEATHER BY MONTH // WEATHER AVERAGES

The Philippines have a tropical maritime climate, which means the weather is mostly hot and quite humid.
The region extremely solely experiences 3 seasons, hot dry summer between March and May, a wet season between June and November and a cooler dry season between December and February. The Philippines weather patterns are created by the prevailing winds of the southwest monsoon from could to Gregorian calendar month and also the northeast monsoon from November to early May.
Average temperatures within the Philippines typically vary between 21 °C (70 °F) and 32 °C (90 °F) with the average yearly temperature returning in at around 26.6 °C (79.9 °F).
Temperatures will fluctuate between regions and depending on the season, but usually, Jan is that the coolest month whereas may is that the warmest.

With REFERENCE TO INDIA

DURATION

The travel duration from Bangalore to most of the Philippines Medical universities on an average is 8.45 hours.

FLIGHT COST

Airfare from Bangalore to most of the Philippines Medical universities on an average is Rs.25,000 to Rs.35,000 oneway.

Currency exchange rates

Average Conversions is  1 Philippine Piso = 1.33 Indian Rupee

Pre Medical & Medical Syllabus in Philippines

Syllabus for Pre Medical & Medical Curriculum leading to MBBS (MD) degree

First TermSecond Term
Calculus & AnalyticalPlant Physiology
GeometryFundamentals of Genetics
BiochemistryAnimal Physiology
Plant Morpho-anatomyEntomology
Comparative Vertebrate AnatomyFreshwater Biology
General PsychologyGeneral Microbiology
ParasitologyPhilosophy of Man
Plant Morpho-anatomyDevelopmental Biology
Third TermFourth Term
EcologyRizal's Life, Works and Writings
Education for SustainableEcon. / Taxation & Agrarian Reform
DevelopmentHuman Genetic
Research MethodologyRadiation Biology
Systematic BiologyHistology & Micro-technique
Cell & Molecular BiologyResearch in Bio. Sc. (Thesis Writing)
Comparative ReligionImmunology
Politics & Governance / Phil.Const
First SemesterSecond Semester
Gross AnatomyGross Anatomy
HistologyHistology
PhysiologyPhysiology
BiochemistryBiochemistry
Neuroscience 1Neuroscience 1
Prim. Health CareBiostatistics
History of Medicine
First SemesterSecond Semester
PharmacoiogyPharmacoiogy
MicrobiologyParasitology
Gen PathologyGen Pathology
Clin. PathoiogyClin. Pathoiogy
Phys DiagnosisPhys Diagnosis
Neuroscience 2Neuroscience 2
EpidemiologyPediatrics
Surgery
First SemesterSecond Semester
PediatricsPediatrics
Ob-GyneOb-Gyne
SurgerySurgery
MedicineMedicine
Legal MedicineCorn. Medicine
EENTDermatology
Neuroscience 3Radiology
Med. Ethics
Rehab. Med
Neuroscience 3
First Semester
Medicine
Surgery
Ob-Gynecology
Pediatrics
Community Medicine

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Phases of Process in INDIA before leaving to Abroad University

ITINERARY

PHASE 1 : Registration and Document processing 

1. Approval Letter from University

2. Transfer of approval Letter and other Documents from abroad

PHASE 2 : Admission Processing 

1. Admission Letter from University

2. Courier of Admission Letter and other Documents from abroad

3. Legalization and Attestation Charges

4. Visa paper from abroad

5. Visa processing 

6. Applying for MCI letter from Delhi

PHASE 3: Consultancy Processing and Travel arrangements 

1. Arranging and sending students to abroad in batches

2. Accompanying with students from India to abroad

3. Immigration Clearance in abroad

4. Transfer from airport to University

5. Arranging hostel facility for students

6. Assistance in Visa extension and registration in Government departments in abroad

7. Assisting in Medical Check Up and Medical Insurance in abroad

8. Authorization of Documents 

9. Travel kit arrangement and tips

10. Travel card processing (Forex Card)

MCI APPROVED Philippines Medical Universities

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Ago Medical and Educational Center Bicol Christian College of Medicine
AMA School of Medicine
Angeles University Foundation
Ateneo de Zamboanga University
Baguio Central University
BICOL CHRISTIAN COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
Cagayan State University Tuguegarao (Carig)
Cebu Doctors University College of Medicine
Cebu Institute of Medicine
Central Philippine University
Davao Medical School Foundation
De La Salie University Health Sciences Campus
Dona Remedos Trinidad Medical Foundation
Emilo Aguinaldo College, Manila
Far Eastern University Dr. Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation
FEU Dr. Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation
Iloilo Doctors College of Medicine
Lyceum Northwestern University
Manila Central University
Our Lady of Fatima University (Fatima Medical Science Foundation) Valenzuela
Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila
Saint Louis University
San Beda College
Silliman University
Southwestern University Matias H. Aznar Memorial College of Medicine
St. Lukes College of Medicine William H. Quasha Memorial
University of Northern
University of Perpetual Help (Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University)
University of Perpetual Help Rizal
University of Saint La Salle
University of Santo Tomas
University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center
University of the Manila
UV Gullas College of Medicine
Virgen Milagrosa University Foundation
West Visayas State University
Xavier University
Zamboanga Medical School Foundation

Freequently Asked Questions

Does the student have to give any entrance examination to joining MBBS in Universities of Philippines ?

Yes, the student has to write the Entrance Exam.
Students don’t get directly registered in MBBS program, that is obtainable as MD in the Philippines.
They have to undergo 1.5 to 2 years Bachelor of Science course and pass a National Entrance test.

What is the Eligibility Criteria to get admission for pursuing MBBS in Philippines ?

As per Medical Council of India, the eligibility criteria for Indian Students to get admission in these countries is 50% in physics, chemistry and biology in 12th standard PUC Science students. In case of SC/ST, it is 40%. The minimum age should be 17 years.
Indian students intending to obtain an MBBS qualification from any medical Universities outside India, on or after 1st May 2018, shall have to mandatorily qualify NEET “National Eligibility -cum Entrance Test for Admission to MBBS Course in abroad universities if you want to come back to India to practice as a Doctor.

There is a typical misconception revolves around students studying medicine in the Philippines about eligibility. The country follows US education system. However, there is no need for USMLE qualification to join MBBS.

What is the medium of teaching?

The medium of Instruction is in the English language. 

After completing the course can I do my internship from India?

Yes, on completing the course students has to appear for MCI screening examination, after clearing the MCI screening examination, the student can do an internship in India.

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