• Citizen of any country is eligible to study in Philippines as a fee paying student for Undergraduate and Post Graduate Programs.
  • For Undergraduate Medical Program (MBBS), a student must have HSC with minimum 50 % of marks in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
  • For Graduate (MS, MD) – Undergraduate in Medicine with minimum 50% marks is required, while for Post-Graduate (PhD) Graduate in Medicine is needed.
  • Should have appeared NEET.

Most Asked Questions

Some universities provide the list of recommended books to carry and some books are given there during the session. We suggest that the students carry the books, or can purchase books in Philippines too.

Students can cook food themselves.

All the medical colleges and universities are recognized by World Health Organization (WHO), Medical Counsel of India (MCI), Commission for Higher Education and Development (CHED), Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER) and International Medical Education Directory (IMED).

Philippines follows the American system of education, since it was a colony of the USA for a period of about 50 years. The medical course in Philippines is called the MD Program (Doctor of Medicine Program), which is equivalent to that of the USA, Russia, Ukraine and rest of Europe. This MD Program is equivalent to MBBS in the UK, India, Pakistan and other Commonwealth countries as well.

The Climate of the Philippines is tropical. There are 3 main seasons. Firstly from June to September is considered to be the areas rainy season when showers can be frequent and heavy although they do tend to pass relatively quickly. From October to February the climate is cool and dry according to the locals however the temperature only very rarely drops below 25 degree Celsius. Finally the hot and dry season which runs from March to may when temperatures can sore. Overall the climate is perfect for a holiday in paradise and long hours of sun make this a dream destination. In terms of what to pack it is advised that lighter clothing is taken, shorts and beachwear are of course essential although in the rainy season be prepared for a sharp shower.

All these universities in Philippines were established decades before gradually diversifying in many advanced courses. For more details on each university, please refer to the relevant page of each university.

All such facilities are available near by at minimal extra cost.

Being an American colony for about 50 years, English has become the official language for government, day by day living and in all other affairs in Philippines. All the universities we represent for the medical stream are having English medium education.

The classes for Medicine Program begin usually by the first week of November, while for other program, there are two intakes (depends on the University and Program), mostly in June and November.

It depends on the colleges that you are eligible to get admission in. Almost all the market for daily needs are nearby to the campus.