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PHILIPPINES

  1. WHY CHOOSE THIS COUNTRY FOR YOUR MBBS JOURNEY?

    1. Affordable Cost: Compared to other countries, the Philippines offers MBBS degrees at a much lower cost, with transparent fee structures and no hidden charges.

    2. English-speaking Environment: The Philippines is the third-largest English-speaking country globally, making it easier to communicate and learn for international students.

    3. US-based Curriculum: Many medical universities in the Philippines follow a US-patterned curriculum, which can be beneficial for those aiming for further studies or work opportunities in the US.

    4. Globally Recognized Degrees: Top medical universities in the Philippines have degrees recognized by international medical bodies like WHO and NMC (for India), opening doors for practicing globally.

    5. Focus on Practical Training: The curriculum often incorporates practical training alongside theoretical knowledge, providing valuable hands-on experience.

    6. Similar Climate and Diseases: The climate in the Philippines is comparable to some other Asian countries, leading to similar disease patterns, which can be advantageous during medical studies.

    7. Safe and Welcoming Environment: The Philippines is known for its hospitality and generally considered safe for international students.

    Pathway to USMLE: The US-based curriculum can be a stepping stone for qualifying for the USMLE (United States Medical Licensing Examination), a requirement for practicing medicine in the US.

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    Yes. You can do your internship/training in India. However, you would have to arrange it yourself. The University can arrange internship for you in study country only. Most students do their internship at the various affiliated hospitals of the University.

    Any Indian citizen who has attained the age of 17 years and has passed 10+2 Level from any recognized Council/Board of India or abroad. She/he must have studied Physics, Chemistry and Biology as elective subjects and obtained minimum 50% in aggregate of PCB combined. Also, must have studies and passed English as a compulsory subject.

    Yes, you can practice in India. In order to practice as a medical practitioner, you must register yourself with the State or Indian Medical Council. For this you must appear for a screening test. On clearing the screening test, you are eligible for registration as a doctor and allowed to practice on par with all other doctors.

    Students live in a university hostel. There are rooms with either two or three beds, a common bathroom or common kitchen. Each room comes with beds, tables, and cupboards. There are internet facilities in shops near the hostel; food stores, restaurants and other facilities are nearby.

    Admission does not guarantee a hostel room. Ensure you reach in the beginning of the academic year and get a seat in the Hostel; which is allotted on first come & dash; first serve basis. Students have the option of renting rent a flat in the city. 2 to 6 persons can share a flat.

    All countries where students go are safe. There is good law, order, and security in place. That is why International Students go there. There is a large contingent of students from India and many other countries. Students have a comfortable and pleasant stay. There are senior students who will assist in time of need. A representative for students from India is there, who you can go to if needed.

    Admission does not guarantee a hostel room. Ensure you reach in the beginning of the academic year and get a seat in the Hostel; which is allotted on first come & dash; first serve basis. Students have the option of renting rent a flat in the city. 2 to 6 persons can share a flat.

    Yes. You can do your internship/training in India. However, you would have to arrange it yourself. The University can arrange internship for you in study country only. Most students do their internship at the various affiliated hospitals of the University.

    Admission does not guarantee a hostel room. Ensure you reach in the beginning of the academic year and get a seat in the Hostel; which is allotted on first come & dash; first serve basis. Students have the option of renting rent a flat in the city. 2 to 6 persons can share a flat.