Yes! All the colleges with whom we have tied-up are MCI approved medical colleges. In fact, these colleges are recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) as well. The medical degree provided by these colleges is similar to an MBBS degree in India.
Unlike Indian medical colleges, to apply in any of the Philippines medical college, you are not required to give donations.
Absolutely! During summers, students get a vacation of 6-8 weeks. You can plan your holidays at this time.
Yes. We have partnerships with leading service providers who take care of travel needs, including air tickets and foreign exchange. After reaching the Philippines, our officials will receive students at the airport. Apart from that, we also arrange accommodation in university hostel facilities. In case of non-availability of such facilities, we arrange alternative accommodations.
Students who fall under the general category, 50% marks (chemistry, zoology, physics, botany, and biology) are required to secure the seats. But those who fall under ST/SC/OBC category, as per the MCI guidelines, 40% marks are enough to take admission to Philippines medical colleges.
No, to study MBBS in Philippines, students are not required to clear any entrance exam.
Students are required to submit the photocopies of their 12th class marks sheet, birth certificate, and passport, and the income poof of their parents/guardian.
Although as per the Philippines Embassy guidelines, students applying for MBBS in Philippines must have minimum 18 years of age, if you are 17 years old, you can get a Special Study Permit (SSP). This permit is valid only for six months. But if after six months, you are still 17 years old, you need to renew the SSP, till you become eligible for a student visa.
Philippines is the world’s 3rd largest English speaking country with the highest English literacy rate in Asia. All medical colleges teach in the English language.
Yes! But to join higher studies, students need to pass a screening test which is conducted by the Medical Council of India.
Yes! But for that, students need to pass a screening test which is conducted by the Medical Council of India.
The duration of the course is 5 ½ years. In the initial 16 months (which is known as the Bachelor of Science Program), universities focus on building a strong foundation for medical education. Later four years have medicine theory subjects and practical clinical rotation.
For foreign students, universities provide an on-campus hostel facility. There are separate accommodations for girls and boys students.
In Philippines, the weather is somewhat similar to India. From June to September, you can experience heavy rain. From October to February, the temperature drops to 25 degrees Celsius. From March to May, the temperature is similar to India but has less intensity.
For a single student, the cost of living varies between the US $100 to US $200/ month.