Situated in the western Pacific Ocean region, the Philippines is an archipelago consisting of around 7,100 islands and islets lying about 500 miles (800 km) off the coast of Vietnam. Manila is the capital, but nearby Quezon City is the country’s most-populous city. It has a free-market economy.
Because it was under Spanish rule for 333 years and under U.S. tutelage for further 48 years, the Philippines has many cultural affinities with the West. It is, for example, the second most-populous Asian country (following India) with English as an official language. As a result, Indian students aspiring to study MBBS in the Philippines find it easy to blend with the local society and to a degree, with Filipino culture. The climate of the Philippines is tropical and strongly monsoonal (i.e., wet-dry).
|Eligibility to Study MBBS in Philippines|
The MBBS applicants must pass 10+2 level with minimum 50 % in aggregate with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as major subjects.
The applicants will need to submit all certificates that authenticate their qualification, including mark sheets, school leaving certificate, etc.
Proof of paying capacity and Medical fitness certificate.
He/she must be NEET-UG qualified and should have attained 17 years of age.
The MBBS Program in the Philippines is known as MD (Doctor of Medicine) and is of 4 Years duration after BS or Graduation.
The fees at the Philippines Medical Colleges are affordable and the cost of living stands between $200-250 USD per month. Indian food is easily available in the Philippines.
The MBBS Program in Philippines is known as MD (Doctor of Medicine) and is of 4 Years after BS or Graduation.
Philippines Medical Colleges Tuition Fee Structure 2020-21 is affordable and the cost of living stands between $200-250 USD per month. Indian food is easily available
Degree:BS-MD equivalent to MBBS
Course Duration:2 yrs BS + 4 yrs MD
Recognition:Ministry of Education Philippines, NMC and WHO
Fee:Varies between $3500-6500
The MD programs offered by Universities of Philippines have the approval of the World Health Organization (WHO) and theNational Medical Commission (NMC).