Study Medicine In Philippines

One of the top choices for Indian students wishing to study MBBS abroad is now the Philippines. Compared to foreign courses, the MBBS admissions process is rather simple. Based on the NEET score, one may be admitted. Every year, about 9000 students from other nations, including the USA, UK, Germany, India, etc., study for an MD or BS in the Philippines.

Philippines universities adopt the educational model used in the US. Students who plan to take the USMLE exam will find this useful. Additionally, when considering applicants, the NEET score is taken into account.

MBBS in the Philippines is a very popular choice among Indian students who want to pursue MBBS abroad because of the fantastic cross-cultural environment, lovely climate, and relatively affordable cost.


Communication is simple because most people in the Philippines speak English. There is no language barrier that might exist, making it simple to communicate with people and move around the classroom in the Philippines.

Food from India is readily available anywhere in the nation, and it is generally inexpensive. In fact, the university campus itself has restaurants serving Indian food.

Holistic education - MBBS in the Philippines places a strong emphasis on a well-rounded education where students' practical abilities are developed alongside their theoretical knowledge.

The US educational system serves as a model for that in the Philippines. So one of the main areas of focus is on problem-based learning methods. The MBBS program in the Philippines awards you a medical degree that is acknowledged all around the world. Students can apply for the USMLE and practice.

Admission Eligibility

☛ 50% of aggregate for General category

☛ 40% of aggregate for ST/SC/OBC

☛ NEET exam is necessary for practising medicine in India


☛ Valid Passport

☛ Application form for student visa

☛ 3 passport size photographs

☛ Medical Health certificate

☛ NOA (Original Notice of Acceptance)

☛ CEA (Police Clearance Certificate authenticated by the Philippine Embassy)

☛ Visa Fee


  • EUniversity of Perpetual Help. Manila
  • Ama School of Medicine., Manila


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