mbbs in philippines

MBBS Admission In Philippines

Admission Procedure for medical education -
University of Perpetual Help System Dalta

Medical Admission In Philippines

Affordable MBBS For South Indian Students

mbbs admission in philippines
Study Medicine In Philippines

Philippines offers various overseas education options for foreign students interested in English courses, Pilot training and MBBS / MD / Medical related courses. Philippines being American Colony for many years, inherits its education system from United States, MBBS degree awarded by Philippines medical universities is called MD (Doctor in Medicine) instead of MBBS. More than 10000 foreign students from various countries enroll in Philippines universities every year because of its international recognization. In the recent past, many Indians are seeking MBBS admission in Philippines as opposed to Russia, China and Ukraine because of various advantages. Find more advantages of studying MBBS In Philippines here


Getting MBBS admission in Philippines for Indian students is less competitive compared to Indian MBBS Admission. If middle class economical background student, miss cutoff marks slightly, he or she cannot afford medical education in India because difference in fees between govt and management seat is very high. More Importantly, donation for private MBBS college seat range from 50 lakhs to more than one crore. Because of this huge cost, Indian middle class family is unable to afford medical education in India.

Fence Education Academy recommends our students to study MBBS in Philippines not because of the fact that tuition fees and living expenses in Philippines is much affordable. It is because of the quality of medical education offered by universities in Philippines. One among ten physicians in USA graduated from Philippines medical university.

MBBS In Philippines for Indian Students

“Indian students can get direct admission to Philippines medical colleges for 2016 batch through Fence Education Academy at University of Perpetual Help System DALTA Medical College located at the capital city, Manila. No donation or capitation fees. Limited Seats.”

Advantages

  • Philippines Medical Degree is internationally recognized.
  • Recognized by World Health Organization (WHO)
  • Recognized by Medical Council of India (MCI)
  • Recognized by Commission on Higher Education, Philippines(CHED)
  • Hands on clinical practice
  • 95% of Filipinos speak English.
  • Similar climate and food habits.
  • No Donation
  • Affordable tuition fees
  • Low Cost of Living

Find the complete list of advantages of studying MBBS In Philippines here.

Eligibility

For the Indian students, completing their senior secondary examination with 50% is the only eligibility criteria. Indian students who want to pursue MBBS/MD course have to get admission for a pre-medical course first (duration of this course is 16 months), and on completion of the same, they can enroll in the medical degree. This course mainly covers biology, medicinal technology, nursing, pharmacy, physiotherapy, and psychology. After completion of this course, students can enroll in University in the Philippines.

Entrance Tests

There are no entrance exams to join medicinal universities in the Philippines. But few universities require students to pass National Medical Admission Test (NMAT) which consists of two parts. Part -I cover Verbal, Reasoning, Quantitive and Part-II covers Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Please note that there is no ranking system in case of NMAT, only passing this test is sufficient to get admission to Philippines colleges.

Course Details

Fees Structure

Students need to pay their fees annually at the beginning of the academic year. Only in the first year, they have to pay in different installments. Apart from fees they also have to pay for their food and accommodation if they stay in university campus hostel. Students are advised to remit their admission fees directly, tuition fees, hostel and boarding fees to the university bank account. Total cost to complete MBBS degree in the Philippines would be close to 25 lakhs.

Course Duration

MD course duration is 5 and half years for +2 candidates with a background in science. The first 16 months is dedicated for the pre-medical course. It focuses on building a foundation for a strong education. Subsequent four years students study core medicine subjects and perform the clinical rotation. During clinical rotations, candidates gain practical experience treating patients in which they will be guided by experienced doctors.

MBBS Colleges in Philippines

Fence Education provides direct MBBS admission in Philippines universities which offers quality education at affordable fees. Fence Education is the registered Indian admission office for University of Perpetual Help System DALTA, Philippines.

University of Perpetual Help System DALTA Medical College

Dr. Antonio Laperal Tamayo, the founder, and his wife Dr. Daisy Moran Tamayo, established on February 5, 1975, in Las Piňas City the Perpetual Help College of Rizal, now the University of Perpetual Help System DALTA Las Piňas. It is located at 10 Kms south of Manila International Airport, Philippines.

MBBS Course Subjects

MD candidates study same subjects studied by Indian candidates in MBBS courses that include Anatomy, Physiology, Histology, Biochemistry, Neuroscience, Primary Health Care, Pharmacology,etc. It also includes subjects such as Microbiology, General Pathology, Clinical Pathology, Physical Diagnosis, Epidemiology, Pharmacology, Pediatrics, Surgery, Medicine, Legal Medicine, EENT, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Dermatology, Radiology, Rehabilitation Medicine.

MCI Screening Test

Indian Students who study MD degree in abroad countries should pass Foreign Medical Graduate Exam (FMGE) before they start clinical practice or take any exam in India for postgraduate courses. Students who pursue MD degree in the Philippines universities learn almost same subjects that would help them to clear screening tests conducted by National Board of Examinations in India. Pass Percentage is high in candidates who study MBBS degree in Asian countries such as Philippines and Nepal compared to China, Russia, etc. This examination is held twice on June and December every year.