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AMA Quality Statement

AMA School of Medicine is a prestigious Institution that offers high quality education in BS & MD courses.

It aims to produce competent medical practitioners who are educated on an innovative case-based curriculum that will develop students to become self-directed and lifelong learners – qualities that will prepare them for professional practice. The AMA Medical Curriculum incorporates Information Technology-based capabilities to enhance learning and assessments.

You do not need to be very intelligent to study medicine, but you certainly need to be very hard working. Students should be willing to study for at least 10 to 12 hours daily. Students need to study and come prepared for lectures, else they may not understand anything. In medical school, there is no shortcut to passing exams except by learning and studying.

Medicine is a life-long learning course. For you to decide to be a medical doctor, you need to be devoted to learning each day of your life. The fact is that as far as you are in medicine, you never stop learning. Also, you need to have a love for people. You need to have a feeling to help people when they are in need.

About AMA School of Medicine

AMA School of Medicine is a prestigious institution that offers high-quality education in BS & MD courses which is equivalent to the MBBS degree in India.

It aims to produce competent medical practitioners who are educated on an innovative case-based curriculum that will develop students to become self-directed and lifelong learners – qualities that will prepare them for professional practice. The AMA Medical Curriculum incorporates Information Technology-based capabilities to enhance learning and assessments.

You do not need to be very intelligent to study medicine, but you certainly need to be very hard working. Students should be willing to study for at least 10 to 12 hours daily. Students need to study and come prepared for lectures, else they may not understand anything. In medical school, there is no shortcut to passing exams except by learning and studying.

Medicine is a life-long learning course. For you to decide to be a medical doctor, you need to be devoted to learning each day of your life. The fact is that as far as you are in medicine, you never stop learning. Also, you need to have a love for people. You need to have a feeling to help people when they are in need.
AMA School of Medicine (AMASOM) is the medical school of AMA Education System (AMAES) with two campuses. Its main college is in the heart of the Manila city i.e. in Makati and Second campus is in Cavite. It is housed in AMA College Makati, which is strategically located at the heart of Makati City, the Philippines’ financial and business capital where the highest concentration of multinational, transnational and local corporations and international organizations and embassies hold their offices. The AMASOM office is at the 8th floor of AMA College Makati, which is located at 5486 South Superhighway, Bangkal, Makati City.

AMASOM has several facilities that are used for enhancement of students’ clinical and practical skills including laboratories for Histology, Gross Anatomy, Microbiology, Parasitology, and Pathology. Students perform hands-on dissection of cadavers in Gross Anatomy. These facilities as well as classrooms for Medicine students are situated at the 7th floor of the AMA One Building.

AMASOM aims to produce competent medical practitioners who are educated on an innovative case-based curriculum that will develop students to become self-directed and lifelong learners – qualities that will prepare them for professional practice. This is a hybrid curriculum designed to synchronize the basic science concepts and to utilize case-based scenarios to integrate concepts related to the basic science disciplines. The clinical disciplines are integrated vertically using a problem-based learning strategy to integrate concepts in the clinical disciplines. The AMA Medical Curriculum incorporates Information Technology-based capabilities to enhance learning and assessments, as this is strength that is offered by AMAES.

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AMA Education System

AMA Education System (AMAES) is the largest education network in Asia and a member of the AMA Group of Companies. It is the company that manages and operates the following schools in the Philippines:

  • AMA University
  • AMA Colleges
  • ABE International Business College (ABE)
  • ACLC College
  • AMA Computer Learning Center (ACLC)
  • St. Augustine School of Nursing (SASN)

  • Delta Air International Aviation Academy (DAIAA)
  • Southern Luzon College
  • Sta. Veronica College
  • AMA Basic Education (formerly St. Augustine International School)
  • AMA School of Medicine – MAKATI CAMPUS
  • AMA School of Medicine – CAVITE CAMPUS

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AMA School of Medicine- Curriculum

The four-year curriculum equips the students with clinical reasoning, problem-solving and critical thinking skills with emphasis on interdisciplinary and life-long learning. The first three years provide the students with an integrated understanding of the basic and clinical sciences in the classroom and community settings. The fourth year of the curriculum is devoted to the application of the basic and clinical concepts in actual clinical and community settings.

Selected subjects which include ethical and legal aspects of the practice of medicine, epidemiologic and health research programs and the practice of profession enhance the medical curriculum.

The medical curriculum also employs various teaching-learning and assessment strategies to achieve the educational goals. As early as the First Year, the students are exposed to cases that would allow them to relate basic science concepts to clinical practice. The First Year of the curriculum is designed as modules or blocks based on organ systems with similar or related functions. This instructional plan aims to synchronize topics in Anatomy, Biochemistry and Physiology. Correlation of selected concepts will be achieved through case discussion in a problem-based tutorial session, team learning and case method activities.

The Second and Third Years of the curriculum are a continuum of organ-based modules that integrate basic and clinical concepts. Problem-based learning (PBL) is a principal teaching-learning activity augmented by correlate activities as lectures, laboratory exercises and case method discussions. The students in a PBL small group setting (ratio of 1 tutor to at most 10 students) encounter and discuss problems common to practice.

The Fourth Year, which is the final year, allows the students to learn from clinical materials in affiliate hospitals and community settings.

Evaluation of student performance is based on the curriculum design where small group learning is a predominant activity. Assessment includes written examinations, practical examinations, clinical observations, and tutorial or case discussion participation and attitude development.

AMASOM boasts of a faculty from different excellent academic backgrounds and fields of specialization.

Summary

In summary, AMASOM is a student-centered Medicine school with the following features:

  • Four-year integrated curriculum with an ideal faculty-to-student ratio
  • Clinically oriented and problem-based method of teaching and learning
  • Non-traditional lecture and instructional modules
  • Hands-on anatomy dissection
  • Faculty established in their chosen fields of specialization and in the academe
  • Affordable, flexible payment schemes
  • Affiliated with government hospitals and private health institutions
  • Outstanding facilities and resources conducive to learning

The MD degree at AMASOM is recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI) as equivalent to the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degree similarly offered in the UK, Australia, India and other Commonwealth countries. After their MD graduation from AMASOM, Indian students will be given a license to practice in India similar to the MBBS doctors from India after completion of licensing formalities with the MCI.

MD/MBBS course for International Students at AMA College of Medicine, Philippines

  • Located in MAKATI, Metro Manila Central Business Area – best location.
  • Affiliated to 3 Hospitals in Manila (Quirino, AFP and Pasay General Hospital).
  • Affiliated to Armed Forces Medical Centre BEST for training in Philippines.
  • Over 1,000+ hospital beds affiliations.
  • WHO Listed & MCI approved.
  • Hostel & Indian Food catering.
  • 2.4 kms from Indian Embassy in Makati & 6 kms from Ninoy Aquino International Airport – Manila.
  • Indian co-ordinator and office in Makati, Manila.

Name of Course:

  • Medical Course – MD equivalent to MBBS, offered by AMA College of Medicine, MAKATI CAMPUS, Philippines for International Students.

Duration of Course:

  • After class 12: FIVE years (1 year premedical and 4 years of Medical education).
  • After Bachelors: FOUR Years of Medicine.

Affiliate Hospital

AMASOM’s affiliate training hospital is the QUIRINO MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER (QMMC). Below is an excerpt from an article about QMMC published in the Manila Bulletin last August 25, 2013.

“Quirino Memorial Medical Center was formerly called Labor Hospital – a name that was an acknowledgment of the contribution of the working force, which was its intended primary beneficiary. However, when the first building was to be constructed on November 11, 1952, the Department of Labor turned the project over to the Department of Health (DOH) with the request that it be named after President Elpidio R. Quirino whose social amelioration program included medical services to the infirm.

In 1953, Labor Hospital opened its gate to the Filipino people with a 75-bed capacity and manpower of 26. In 1959, it became a Training and Teaching Hospital. Since then, expansions and renovations have characterized the continuing efforts of the hospital in order to provide quality medical service to its constituencies and others who need healthcare assistance. Unflagging in its determination to become one of the country’s excellent healthcare facilities, the QMGH has made its mark as a government hospital that lives up to its mission and vision. On June 10, 1983, it became a tertiary general hospital. In 1997, it became a 350-bed capacity hospital under Republic Act 8313, which renamed the hospital as Quirino Memorial Medical Center (QMMC). With the hospital’s increasing occupancy rate, the passage of Republic Act 10345 increased the bed capacity of QMMC from 350 to 500 on December 12, 2012.

The year 2013 is an important chapter in the history of the QMMC as it became one of the DOH’s Hall of Fame Awardees. Since 2010, the QMMC has been a consistent Red Orchid Awardee in recognition of its effort in promoting a 100% Tobacco Free Environment and for following the World Health Organization (WHO) Framework. It was in the same year that QMMC added another feather in its cap when it received another Hall of Fame Award, the Gawad Kalasag, a fitting acknowledgment to its exemplary performance as the Best Medical Institution Advocating Risk Reduction Management. Dr. Angeles T. De Leon, who has been at the helm of the hospital as Medical Center Chief II since 2009, has shared the challenges and the satisfaction of getting these distinctions. In 2010, the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation awarded accreditation to the QMMC as Center of Excellence, a distinction to hospitals upholding the standards of quality health care as articulated in the Benchbook on Performance Improvement of Health Services. The latest among the accolades was “Recognized Medical Center with Best Practices for 2011 focusing on Maternal Newborn Child Health and Nutrition Essential Intrapartum and Newborn Care (EINC) and Unang Yakap,” a joint recognition of the DOH and WHO. All of this recognition was made possible through the Modernization Program of hospitals under the Kalusugan Pangkalahatan and Universal Health Care by His Excellency, President Benigno Simeon C. Aquino III, and the inspiration of the entire DOH.”

Tuition Fees for Students (after Class 12) - MAKATI CAMPUS, Manila

Particulars 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th Year Total Fees
Fees in Philippine Pesos    3,00,000    2,50,000    2,50,000    1,50,000    1,00,000    10,50,000   
Exchange Rate 1.31 1.31 1.31 1.31 1.31 1.31
Fees in Rupees 3,93,000 3,27,500 3,27,500 1,96,500 1,31,000 13,75,500

Tuition Fees for Students after B.Sc / BAMS / BHMS / Bio-tech (Graduation)

Particulars 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year Total Fees
Fees in Philippine Pesos    3,00,000    2,50,000    2,50,000    1,50,000    9,50,000   
Exchange Rate 1.31 1.31 1.31 1.31 1.31
Fees in Rupees 3,93,000 3,27,500 3,27,500 1,96,500 12,44,500

Exchange rate: 50 Philippine Pesos = 1 US $ = 66 Indian rupees.
Fees are denominated in pesos and may subject to change with change in exchange rate.
Important: Tuition Fees are to be paid directly to the University and not collected by any agent.

Other Expenses:

  1. Admission & Visa processing in India – Rs 75,000 (including 15% Service Tax).
  2. Visa Extension, Visa Conversion, ACR Registration, Medical Test, NBI Registration and Examination Fees is $700 (First Year Only).
  3. If student is below 18 years, then SSP is required for which students need to pay PHP 8,000 for every three months to the immigration department until the student is of 18 years.
  4. Visa Renewal from 2nd year onwards is $300.
  5. Air Ticket – Actual basis.
  • Note 1: Fees of U$D 4,000 payable in advance to the college as a First Instalment (equivalent to PHP 2,00,000 approx).
  • Note 2: Tuition fees is payable to the University and not to any Agent.
  • Note 3: Fees are payable annually in advance. Tuition fees are quoted in Philippine Peso; use current exchange rate for conversion.

Living Expenses:

  1. Accommodation – PHP 4000 – 5000 (approx. Rs. 6000) per month on a sharing basis depending upon the chosen accommodation (Payable 1 year in advance).
  2. Food – PHP 5500 (approx. Rs. 8000) per month (2 meal a day).
  3. Indian Food is available.

Scholarships:

Available for Indian students based on their BS results.

Other Informations:

  1. There will be NO increase is Fees during the duration of the course.
  2. NO Hidden cost. NO Donation.
  3. Free Pen drive containing MBBS material worth more than Rs 1,00,000 including MCI Screening test questions,
    USMLE study Materials, Educational Video’s, E Books etc.
  4. Affiliated to 3 Hospitals in Manila (Quirino, AFP & Pasay General Hospital).
  5. Affiliated to Armed Forces Medical Centre, BEST for training in Philippines.
  6. Over 2,000+ hospital beds.
  7. WHO Listed and MCI approved.
  8. Accommodation arranged for international students and Indian catering / mess.
  9. 11 kms from International Airport in Manila & 2 kms from Indian Embassy.
  10. Indian co-ordinator & office in Makati for Indian Students.
  11. Coaching for MCI Screening test & study material provided.

Tuition Fees for Students (after Class 12) - CAVITE CAMPUS, Manila (Proposed)

Particulars 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th Year Total Fees
Fees in Philippine Pesos    2,65,000    2,25,000    2,00,000    2,00,000    1,00,000    9,90,000   
Exchange Rate 1.31 1.31 1.31 1.31 1.31 1.31
Fees in Rupees 3,47,150 2,94,750 2,62,000 2,62,000 1,31,000 12,96,900

Note: Exchange rate is indicative. Exchange rate prevailing on the date of conversion is applicable.

Other Expenses:

  1. Visa and Processing in India — Rs. 75,000 (including 15% Service Tax).
  2. Food and Hostel compulsory (sharing basis) US $ 3000 / year payable in advance.
  3. Hostel one time caution deposit US $450 (refundable).
  4. Air travel on actual basis.
  5. Special Study Permit (SSP) for students less than 18 years of age = 200 $ / extension (if applicable).
  6. Summer / remedial classes for students as applicable (If applicable).
  7. There will be NO increase is Fees during the duration of the course.
  8. NO Hidden cost. NO Donation.

First Year Expenses:

Fees of BS    Visa conversion    Food and hostel    Hostel security deposit    Bank transfer charges    Total   
$ 5,761 $ 700 $ 3,000 $ 450 $ 45 $ 9,956   

An amount of US $ 2,000 as advance against food and hostel is to be paid in INDIA and the remaining of 1st year amount of US $ 7,956 to be transferred to the account of India coordinator in Philippines given below:

Account Name:    JAISWAL VIVEK KUMAR   
Account No: 233-703-4213
Bank Name: CHINA BANKING CORPORATION   
SWIFT CODE: CHBKPHMM
Bank ADDRESS:                  BF RESORT VILLAGE BRANCH, LAS PINAS CITY   
Address: 56 J Miranda St, Philamlife village, Las Pinas, Metro Manila                

Food and Hostel is compulsory and payable in advance. The above fees do not include the fees for remedial exams / classes which you will have to pay if you fail in any of the subjects/modules under BS/Medicine program.

  1. Fill Application form in all respects and mail it with a Demand draft / Cheque of Rs 10,000 (ten thousand) in favour of “National Vidya Foundation”, payable at Kolkata, and mail it to National Vidya Foundation, 51 Dr. Abani Dutta Road Howrah, West Bengal – 711101
  2. After submission of Application form, an “ADMISSION LETTER” will be issued. This can take 5 to 15 working days.

Admission Process

Step 1: Download & complete your Offline Application form and Courier it to: Authorized Representative with a copy of class 12 mark sheet and demand draft of fees or Apply Online Now.

Step 2: University will issue you Admission Letter, once we receive your application.

Step 3: Scan and send copy of your Passport along with other mentioned document if you have it. Or APPLY for your passport if you do not have a passport – click here to apply for passport in India: http://www.passportindia.gov.in

Step 4: We will file for your visa and get it issued once we receive all your required documents.

Authorized Representative For Admission from India:

National Vidya Foundation
51 Dr. Abani Dutta Road
Howrah 711101 (W.B.)
India
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1. How is medical education in Philippines?

Ans: Medical Education / MBBS in the Philippines is one of the BEST in the World. The High Quality of Education is attested to by the fact that Philippines is the HIGHEST Exporter of Nurses and Doctors to the USA. This is due to the fact that the Philippines was a colony of USA for 50 years and many students join top Medical College in the Philippines with the view that their Medical Entrance is going to get them certification and jobs in the USA. Philippines has one of the best education systems in Asia.

MBBS in Philippines is called the MD Program (Doctor of medicine). This is equal to the MD in USA, MBBS in UK, India, MBBS in Australia, MBBS in Germany, MD in Canada etc. The Degree is recognized as equal to MBBS in India by the Medical Council of India.

2. What are the admission requirements and my eligibility criteria for MBBS?

Ans: 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), class 12 or HSSC with min. 50% Marks in with Subjects in Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

For graduate (MS, MD) undergraduate in medicine with min. 50%

18 to 60 years old. Students should be in good health

For exceptions, please contact the Admissions Section. For more specific information please click on the university you are interested to join and refer to the eligibility section therein or contact us.

MBBS in Philippines is called the MD Program (Doctor of medicine). This is equal to the MD in USA, MBBS in UK, India, MBBS in Australia, MBBS in Germany, MD in Canada etc. The Degree is recognized as equal to MBBS in India by the Medical Council of India.

3. What is the total duration of this course?

Ans: The total duration is 4 year 10 months for students who have been educated till class 12 with Science.

The first 10 months is a Bachelor of Science program and focuses on building foundation for a strong medical education.

The next 4 years is the core medicine and clinical rotation.

IF you already have a Bachelors Degree then the Medical Degree lasts 4 years.

Post Graduation is for 3 to 5 years and is called residency training [Similar to that of USA]

4. Is there any local bodies who can help me in providing the overall info?

Ans: We have representatives in various cities.

Please send your query to us and we shall send it to our local representative office and they would be getting in touch with you.

5. What is the total fee of this course?

Ans: The fee varies for each university, please let us know which university are you interested to join and we shall send you the details accordingly.

6. Can a student avail loan facility, what are the procedures?

Ans: Students can avail education loan from Banks. Contact the Bank for the procedure.

7. What are the documents required for the admissions?

Ans: Photocopies or scanned copy of your class 10 and 12 mark sheet is needed initially. Income proof, passport and other documents will be needed later. You will get the list of documents at the time of enquiry.

8. What are the benefits given to students joining through our company?

1. We are authorized by the University

2. We have over a decade of experience in dealing with students.

3. We have plenty of information and tips of value to students and parents for the course.

4. We provide networking with doctors in USA & UK for those wanting to go overseas for jobs

9. Since when are the Universities established?

Ans: All these universities are established for decades before gradually diversifying in many advanced courses. For more details on each university please refer to the relevant page of each university.

10. Where is this University located?

Ans: The University is located in MAKATI, METRO MANILA. Capital of Philippines.

11. Are the degrees offered recognized by the World Health Organization and the MCI?

Ans: All the medical colleges and university present in the list of WHO are recognized by WHO and are recognized by CHED (Commission for Higher education and development).

The Degree is recognized by Medical Council of India or MCI as equal to MBBS in India.

The Degree is Philippines is recognized as equal to MBBS in UK and MBBS in Europe by the GMC of UK.

12. What is the medium of teaching in Philippines?

Ans: Being an American colony for 50 years English is the official language for Government, Communication in day to day living and all other affairs

All the universities have English as the medium education.
94% of the Population Speaks English.
Hence education is in English Medium.
You can also communicate with locals in English easily.

13. How is the Weather?

Ans: Philippines has tropical weather.
There are 3 main seasons.
Rains: From June to September. Showers can be frequent and heavy.
Cool: October to February it is cool but temperature rarely drops below 25 degree Celsius
Summer: From March to May when temperatures can soar.
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 rains.

14. When is Admission usually?

Ans: There are two intakes (depending on the university and program) June and November depends on the University and the program for Medical, Premedical. MD or MBBS in Philippines – Medical Admission to the Top Medical College (s) begins in June. Admission to Pre-medical can happen in June or in November each year.

15. Hostel facility?

Ans: On campus accommodation for international students is available on campus
Hostel rooms have attached bathrooms, with single, double or triple beds
Both Air-conditioned and non air conditioned rooms are available as per the choice of accommodations.
Students can also choose to stay outside on their own accommodations.

16. Whether markets are nearby or not?

Ans: Market for daily needs is nearby to the campus

17. Facilities like: Laundry, Canteen, Internet, Mobile etc?

Ans: All such facilities are available at extra cost.

18. Are students allowed to prepare their own food?

Ans: Some have facilities for cooking. Students who hire apartments outside can cook at home. All Universities have canteens for students.

19. Is vegetarian Foods available?

Ans: Yes. Vegetarian food is available. If needed: Pure vegetarians can cook their own food so that they are happy about what they eat.

20. Is there any dress code for college students?

Ans: Yes. There are uniforms for students and dress codes.

21. Are books available there or we need to carry along with us?

Ans: Some universities provides list of recommended books to carry and some books are given there during session. We suggest students carry books, or purchase it in Philippines.

22. Does stipend is provided there during internship period?

Ans: No, it is not provided.

23. Can I do my internship from My country?

Ans: Yes, but it also depends on the university applied for and also the medical board of the country where the students wants to do the internships.

24. For how many days is the vacation period there? Can a student come to Home during holidays?

Ans: The vacation period is of 6- 8 weeks in Summer – students can go home.

25. What are the services offered by NK Global Education:

Ans: Free counselling to select right course, University and Country
> Arrange guaranteed admission in your desired University/ Course.
> Assistance for passport & visa
> Assistance for foreign exchange through bank
> Accompany student to university and help in settling down
> Regular feedback to parents on student’s development

26. How a student is going to pay tuition fees and other fees?

Ans: The fee can be paid directly to the university by bank transfer for the first year and after that they can carry in form of US$ or Travelers Cheque or Euros and pay it to the university.

27. Whether the University will refund the fees in case the admission is cancelled?

Ans: Once the students reports to the university and joins the same, the University regrets its inability to refund any part of the educational fees and other expenses paid by the student. The decision is all upon the university.

28. Is there any special provision for International students to solve their any personal problems or queries?

Ans: Every university has an International Students Department where a student could address their problems directly.

29. Can a student earn while learning?

Ans: No, a student cannot do job while studying since he/she is having a student visa.

30. Can I practice in my country after I study medicine from Philippines.?

Ans: Yes, you can practice in your country, provided you comply with the rules and laws of the medical council or Medical board of your country.
The University is recognized by the World Health organization, CHED and other bodies.

31. Can I arrive prior to the orientation day?

Ans: Yes, Let the admission office know your planned arrival date and accommodation reservations beginning on the day you designate. Note that you will be responsible for payment of accommodation fees for any additional days outside of your course program.

32. What is the cost of living in Philippines?

Ans: Between US $ 100 to 150 per month depending on your spending habits.

33. What other types of expenses should I plan for while in Philippines?

Ans: Entertainment in Philippines is generally inexpensive. Transportation options include the public bus (which costs less than 20 pesos per ride).

34. How can I get or exchange money while I am in Philippines?

Ans: 1. Carry money in Cash or Traveler’s checks. 2. Transfer money via Bank and ATM using international Debit Card or Travel Card. 3. Students enrolling for long courses can open a bank account through local Banks and transfer funds from accounts in their home country.

35. What do I need to bring with me from home?

Ans: You can buy almost any product and brand that you would find at home. Soap, shampoo, toothpaste, etc. are all readily available. We recommend that you bring any prescription medication in sufficient quantities to last for the duration of your visit and any preferred brands of over-the-counter medications (cold & flu tablets, etc.) Clothing is also plentiful and very inexpensive. Shoes are available, but larger sizes are hard to find.

36. What vaccinations do I need for Philippines?

Ans: The following vaccinations and applicable frequencies are recommended for students coming to Philippines: Hepatitis A (within previous 10 years); Hepatitis B (within previous 5 to 10 years), Japanese B Encephalitis (within previous 3 years); Tetanus (within previous 10 years); Polio (within previous 10 years); and Typhoid (once in lifetime). Students 55 and older should also have a Pneumococcal Vaccine.

38. How the students have to pay Charges to National Vidya Foundation & total course fees?

Ans: Student has to pay the processing fees by bank transaction or wire transfer.

37. What is the voltage used in Philippines?

Ans: The voltage here is 220. Converters and power strips may be purchased locally. ?We have tried to answer to all the possible questions, If we have left out any thing please write to us.

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AMA Quality Statement

AMA School of Medicine is a prestigious Institution that offers high quality education in BS & MD courses.

It aims to produce competent medical practitioners who are educated on an innovative case-based curriculum that will develop students to become self-directed and lifelong learners – qualities that will prepare them for professional practice. The AMA Medical Curriculum incorporates Information Technology-based capabilities to enhance learning and assessments.

You do not need to be very intelligent to study medicine, but you certainly need to be very hard working. Students should be willing to study for at least 10 to 12 hours daily. Students need to study and come prepared for lectures, else they may not understand anything. In medical school, there is no shortcut to passing exams except by learning and studying.

Medicine is a life-long learning course. For you to decide to be a medical doctor, you need to be devoted to learning each day of your life. The fact is that as far as you are in medicine, you never stop learning. Also, you need to have a love for people. You need to have a feeling to help people when they are in need.

About AMA School of Medicine

AMA School of Medicine is a prestigious institution that offers high-quality education in BS & MD courses which is equivalent to the MBBS degree in India.

It aims to produce competent medical practitioners who are educated on an innovative case-based curriculum that will develop students to become self-directed and lifelong learners – qualities that will prepare them for professional practice. The AMA Medical Curriculum incorporates Information Technology-based capabilities to enhance learning and assessments.

You do not need to be very intelligent to study medicine, but you certainly need to be very hard working. Students should be willing to study for at least 10 to 12 hours daily. Students need to study and come prepared for lectures, else they may not understand anything. In medical school, there is no shortcut to passing exams except by learning and studying.

Medicine is a life-long learning course. For you to decide to be a medical doctor, you need to be devoted to learning each day of your life. The fact is that as far as you are in medicine, you never stop learning. Also, you need to have a love for people. You need to have a feeling to help people when they are in need.
AMA School of Medicine (AMASOM) is the medical school of AMA Education System (AMAES) with two campuses. Its main college is in the heart of the Manila city i.e. in Makati and Second campus is in Cavite. It is housed in AMA College Makati, which is strategically located at the heart of Makati City, the Philippines’ financial and business capital where the highest concentration of multinational, transnational and local corporations and international organizations and embassies hold their offices. The AMASOM office is at the 8th floor of AMA College Makati, which is located at 5486 South Superhighway, Bangkal, Makati City.

AMASOM has several facilities that are used for enhancement of students’ clinical and practical skills including laboratories for Histology, Gross Anatomy, Microbiology, Parasitology, and Pathology. Students perform hands-on dissection of cadavers in Gross Anatomy. These facilities as well as classrooms for Medicine students are situated at the 7th floor of the AMA One Building.

AMASOM aims to produce competent medical practitioners who are educated on an innovative case-based curriculum that will develop students to become self-directed and lifelong learners – qualities that will prepare them for professional practice. This is a hybrid curriculum designed to synchronize the basic science concepts and to utilize case-based scenarios to integrate concepts related to the basic science disciplines. The clinical disciplines are integrated vertically using a problem-based learning strategy to integrate concepts in the clinical disciplines. The AMA Medical Curriculum incorporates Information Technology-based capabilities to enhance learning and assessments, as this is strength that is offered by AMAES.

Location

Contact NKGEC and book your seat today for AMA School of Medicine!

AMA Education System

AMA Education System (AMAES) is the largest education network in Asia and a member of the AMA Group of Companies. It is the company that manages and operates the following schools in the Philippines:

  • AMA University
  • AMA Colleges
  • ABE International Business College (ABE)
  • ACLC College
  • AMA Computer Learning Center (ACLC)
  • St. Augustine School of Nursing (SASN)

  • Delta Air International Aviation Academy (DAIAA)
  • Southern Luzon College
  • Sta. Veronica College
  • AMA Basic Education (formerly St. Augustine International School)
  • AMA School of Medicine – MAKATI CAMPUS
  • AMA School of Medicine – CAVITE CAMPUS

Contact NKGEC and book your seat today for AMA School of Medicine!

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Curriculum

AMA School of Medicine- Curriculum

The four-year curriculum equips the students with clinical reasoning, problem-solving and critical thinking skills with emphasis on interdisciplinary and life-long learning. The first three years provide the students with an integrated understanding of the basic and clinical sciences in the classroom and community settings. The fourth year of the curriculum is devoted to the application of the basic and clinical concepts in actual clinical and community settings.

Selected subjects which include ethical and legal aspects of the practice of medicine, epidemiologic and health research programs and the practice of profession enhance the medical curriculum.

The medical curriculum also employs various teaching-learning and assessment strategies to achieve the educational goals. As early as the First Year, the students are exposed to cases that would allow them to relate basic science concepts to clinical practice. The First Year of the curriculum is designed as modules or blocks based on organ systems with similar or related functions. This instructional plan aims to synchronize topics in Anatomy, Biochemistry and Physiology. Correlation of selected concepts will be achieved through case discussion in a problem-based tutorial session, team learning and case method activities.

The Second and Third Years of the curriculum are a continuum of organ-based modules that integrate basic and clinical concepts. Problem-based learning (PBL) is a principal teaching-learning activity augmented by correlate activities as lectures, laboratory exercises and case method discussions. The students in a PBL small group setting (ratio of 1 tutor to at most 10 students) encounter and discuss problems common to practice.

The Fourth Year, which is the final year, allows the students to learn from clinical materials in affiliate hospitals and community settings.

Evaluation of student performance is based on the curriculum design where small group learning is a predominant activity. Assessment includes written examinations, practical examinations, clinical observations, and tutorial or case discussion participation and attitude development.

AMASOM boasts of a faculty from different excellent academic backgrounds and fields of specialization.

Summary

In summary, AMASOM is a student-centered Medicine school with the following features:

  • Four-year integrated curriculum with an ideal faculty-to-student ratio
  • Clinically oriented and problem-based method of teaching and learning
  • Non-traditional lecture and instructional modules
  • Hands-on anatomy dissection
  • Faculty established in their chosen fields of specialization and in the academe
  • Affordable, flexible payment schemes
  • Affiliated with government hospitals and private health institutions
  • Outstanding facilities and resources conducive to learning

The MD degree at AMASOM is recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI) as equivalent to the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degree similarly offered in the UK, Australia, India and other Commonwealth countries. After their MD graduation from AMASOM, Indian students will be given a license to practice in India similar to the MBBS doctors from India after completion of licensing formalities with the MCI.

MD/MBBS course for International Students at AMA College of Medicine, Philippines

  • Located in MAKATI, Metro Manila Central Business Area – best location.
  • Affiliated to 3 Hospitals in Manila (Quirino, AFP and Pasay General Hospital).
  • Affiliated to Armed Forces Medical Centre BEST for training in Philippines.
  • Over 1,000+ hospital beds affiliations.
  • WHO Listed & MCI approved.
  • Hostel & Indian Food catering.
  • 2.4 kms from Indian Embassy in Makati & 6 kms from Ninoy Aquino International Airport – Manila.
  • Indian co-ordinator and office in Makati, Manila.

Name of Course:

  • Medical Course – MD equivalent to MBBS, offered by AMA College of Medicine, MAKATI CAMPUS, Philippines for International Students.

Duration of Course:

  • After class 12: FIVE years (1 year premedical and 4 years of Medical education).
  • After Bachelors: FOUR Years of Medicine.

Affiliate Hospital

AMASOM’s affiliate training hospital is the QUIRINO MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER (QMMC). Below is an excerpt from an article about QMMC published in the Manila Bulletin last August 25, 2013.

“Quirino Memorial Medical Center was formerly called Labor Hospital – a name that was an acknowledgment of the contribution of the working force, which was its intended primary beneficiary. However, when the first building was to be constructed on November 11, 1952, the Department of Labor turned the project over to the Department of Health (DOH) with the request that it be named after President Elpidio R. Quirino whose social amelioration program included medical services to the infirm.

In 1953, Labor Hospital opened its gate to the Filipino people with a 75-bed capacity and manpower of 26. In 1959, it became a Training and Teaching Hospital. Since then, expansions and renovations have characterized the continuing efforts of the hospital in order to provide quality medical service to its constituencies and others who need healthcare assistance. Unflagging in its determination to become one of the country’s excellent healthcare facilities, the QMGH has made its mark as a government hospital that lives up to its mission and vision. On June 10, 1983, it became a tertiary general hospital. In 1997, it became a 350-bed capacity hospital under Republic Act 8313, which renamed the hospital as Quirino Memorial Medical Center (QMMC). With the hospital’s increasing occupancy rate, the passage of Republic Act 10345 increased the bed capacity of QMMC from 350 to 500 on December 12, 2012.

The year 2013 is an important chapter in the history of the QMMC as it became one of the DOH’s Hall of Fame Awardees. Since 2010, the QMMC has been a consistent Red Orchid Awardee in recognition of its effort in promoting a 100% Tobacco Free Environment and for following the World Health Organization (WHO) Framework. It was in the same year that QMMC added another feather in its cap when it received another Hall of Fame Award, the Gawad Kalasag, a fitting acknowledgment to its exemplary performance as the Best Medical Institution Advocating Risk Reduction Management. Dr. Angeles T. De Leon, who has been at the helm of the hospital as Medical Center Chief II since 2009, has shared the challenges and the satisfaction of getting these distinctions. In 2010, the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation awarded accreditation to the QMMC as Center of Excellence, a distinction to hospitals upholding the standards of quality health care as articulated in the Benchbook on Performance Improvement of Health Services. The latest among the accolades was “Recognized Medical Center with Best Practices for 2011 focusing on Maternal Newborn Child Health and Nutrition Essential Intrapartum and Newborn Care (EINC) and Unang Yakap,” a joint recognition of the DOH and WHO. All of this recognition was made possible through the Modernization Program of hospitals under the Kalusugan Pangkalahatan and Universal Health Care by His Excellency, President Benigno Simeon C. Aquino III, and the inspiration of the entire DOH.”

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Fees - Makati

Tuition Fees for Students (after Class 12) - MAKATI CAMPUS, Manila

Particulars 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th Year Total Fees
Fees in Philippine Pesos    3,00,000    2,50,000    2,50,000    1,50,000    1,00,000    10,50,000   
Exchange Rate 1.31 1.31 1.31 1.31 1.31 1.31
Fees in Rupees 3,93,000 3,27,500 3,27,500 1,96,500 1,31,000 13,75,500

Tuition Fees for Students after B.Sc / BAMS / BHMS / Bio-tech (Graduation)

Particulars 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year Total Fees
Fees in Philippine Pesos    3,00,000    2,50,000    2,50,000    1,50,000    9,50,000   
Exchange Rate 1.31 1.31 1.31 1.31 1.31
Fees in Rupees 3,93,000 3,27,500 3,27,500 1,96,500 12,44,500

Exchange rate: 50 Philippine Pesos = 1 US $ = 66 Indian rupees.
Fees are denominated in pesos and may subject to change with change in exchange rate.
Important: Tuition Fees are to be paid directly to the University and not collected by any agent.

Other Expenses:

  1. Admission & Visa processing in India – Rs 75,000 (including 15% Service Tax).
  2. Visa Extension, Visa Conversion, ACR Registration, Medical Test, NBI Registration and Examination Fees is $700 (First Year Only).
  3. If student is below 18 years, then SSP is required for which students need to pay PHP 8,000 for every three months to the immigration department until the student is of 18 years.
  4. Visa Renewal from 2nd year onwards is $300.
  5. Air Ticket – Actual basis.
  • Note 1: Fees of U$D 4,000 payable in advance to the college as a First Instalment (equivalent to PHP 2,00,000 approx).
  • Note 2: Tuition fees is payable to the University and not to any Agent.
  • Note 3: Fees are payable annually in advance. Tuition fees are quoted in Philippine Peso; use current exchange rate for conversion.

Living Expenses:

  1. Accommodation – PHP 4000 – 5000 (approx. Rs. 6000) per month on a sharing basis depending upon the chosen accommodation (Payable 1 year in advance).
  2. Food – PHP 5500 (approx. Rs. 8000) per month (2 meal a day).
  3. Indian Food is available.

Scholarships:

Available for Indian students based on their BS results.

Other Informations:

  1. There will be NO increase is Fees during the duration of the course.
  2. NO Hidden cost. NO Donation.
  3. Free Pen drive containing MBBS material worth more than Rs 1,00,000 including MCI Screening test questions,
    USMLE study Materials, Educational Video’s, E Books etc.
  4. Affiliated to 3 Hospitals in Manila (Quirino, AFP & Pasay General Hospital).
  5. Affiliated to Armed Forces Medical Centre, BEST for training in Philippines.
  6. Over 2,000+ hospital beds.
  7. WHO Listed and MCI approved.
  8. Accommodation arranged for international students and Indian catering / mess.
  9. 11 kms from International Airport in Manila & 2 kms from Indian Embassy.
  10. Indian co-ordinator & office in Makati for Indian Students.
  11. Coaching for MCI Screening test & study material provided.

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Fees - Cavite

Tuition Fees for Students (after Class 12) - CAVITE CAMPUS, Manila (Proposed)

Particulars 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th Year Total Fees
Fees in Philippine Pesos    2,65,000    2,25,000    2,00,000    2,00,000    1,00,000    9,90,000   
Exchange Rate 1.31 1.31 1.31 1.31 1.31 1.31
Fees in Rupees 3,47,150 2,94,750 2,62,000 2,62,000 1,31,000 12,96,900

Note: Exchange rate is indicative. Exchange rate prevailing on the date of conversion is applicable.

Other Expenses:

  1. Visa and Processing in India — Rs. 75,000 (including 15% Service Tax).
  2. Food and Hostel compulsory (sharing basis) US $ 3000 / year payable in advance.
  3. Hostel one time caution deposit US $450 (refundable).
  4. Air travel on actual basis.
  5. Special Study Permit (SSP) for students less than 18 years of age = 200 $ / extension (if applicable).
  6. Summer / remedial classes for students as applicable (If applicable).
  7. There will be NO increase is Fees during the duration of the course.
  8. NO Hidden cost. NO Donation.

First Year Expenses:

Fees of BS    Visa conversion    Food and hostel    Hostel security deposit    Bank transfer charges    Total   
$ 5,761 $ 700 $ 3,000 $ 450 $ 45 $ 9,956   

An amount of US $ 2,000 as advance against food and hostel is to be paid in INDIA and the remaining of 1st year amount of US $ 7,956 to be transferred to the account of India coordinator in Philippines given below:

Account Name:    JAISWAL VIVEK KUMAR   
Account No: 233-703-4213
Bank Name: CHINA BANKING CORPORATION   
SWIFT CODE: CHBKPHMM
Bank ADDRESS:                  BF RESORT VILLAGE BRANCH, LAS PINAS CITY   
Address: 56 J Miranda St, Philamlife village, Las Pinas, Metro Manila                

Food and Hostel is compulsory and payable in advance. The above fees do not include the fees for remedial exams / classes which you will have to pay if you fail in any of the subjects/modules under BS/Medicine program.

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  1. Fill Application form in all respects and mail it with a Demand draft / Cheque of Rs 10,000 (ten thousand) in favour of “National Vidya Foundation”, payable at Kolkata, and mail it to National Vidya Foundation, 51 Dr. Abani Dutta Road Howrah, West Bengal – 711101
  2. After submission of Application form, an “ADMISSION LETTER” will be issued. This can take 5 to 15 working days.

Admission Process

Step 1: Download & complete your Offline Application form and Courier it to: Authorized Representative with a copy of class 12 mark sheet and demand draft of fees or Apply Online Now.

Step 2: University will issue you Admission Letter, once we receive your application.

Step 3: Scan and send copy of your Passport along with other mentioned document if you have it. Or APPLY for your passport if you do not have a passport – click here to apply for passport in India: http://www.passportindia.gov.in

Step 4: We will file for your visa and get it issued once we receive all your required documents.

Authorized Representative For Admission from India:

National Vidya Foundation
51 Dr. Abani Dutta Road
Howrah 711101 (W.B.)
India
information@nkgec.com

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FAQ

1. How is medical education in Philippines?

Ans: Medical Education / MBBS in the Philippines is one of the BEST in the World. The High Quality of Education is attested to by the fact that Philippines is the HIGHEST Exporter of Nurses and Doctors to the USA. This is due to the fact that the Philippines was a colony of USA for 50 years and many students join top Medical College in the Philippines with the view that their Medical Entrance is going to get them certification and jobs in the USA. Philippines has one of the best education systems in Asia.

MBBS in Philippines is called the MD Program (Doctor of medicine). This is equal to the MD in USA, MBBS in UK, India, MBBS in Australia, MBBS in Germany, MD in Canada etc. The Degree is recognized as equal to MBBS in India by the Medical Council of India.

2. What are the admission requirements and my eligibility criteria for MBBS?

Ans: 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), class 12 or HSSC with min. 50% Marks in with Subjects in Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

For graduate (MS, MD) undergraduate in medicine with min. 50%

18 to 60 years old. Students should be in good health

For exceptions, please contact the Admissions Section. For more specific information please click on the university you are interested to join and refer to the eligibility section therein or contact us.

MBBS in Philippines is called the MD Program (Doctor of medicine). This is equal to the MD in USA, MBBS in UK, India, MBBS in Australia, MBBS in Germany, MD in Canada etc. The Degree is recognized as equal to MBBS in India by the Medical Council of India.

3. What is the total duration of this course?

Ans: The total duration is 4 year 10 months for students who have been educated till class 12 with Science.

The first 10 months is a Bachelor of Science program and focuses on building foundation for a strong medical education.

The next 4 years is the core medicine and clinical rotation.

IF you already have a Bachelors Degree then the Medical Degree lasts 4 years.

Post Graduation is for 3 to 5 years and is called residency training [Similar to that of USA]

4. Is there any local bodies who can help me in providing the overall info?

Ans: We have representatives in various cities.

Please send your query to us and we shall send it to our local representative office and they would be getting in touch with you.

5. What is the total fee of this course?

Ans: The fee varies for each university, please let us know which university are you interested to join and we shall send you the details accordingly.

6. Can a student avail loan facility, what are the procedures?

Ans: Students can avail education loan from Banks. Contact the Bank for the procedure.

7. What are the documents required for the admissions?

Ans: Photocopies or scanned copy of your class 10 and 12 mark sheet is needed initially. Income proof, passport and other documents will be needed later. You will get the list of documents at the time of enquiry.

8. What are the benefits given to students joining through our company?

1. We are authorized by the University

2. We have over a decade of experience in dealing with students.

3. We have plenty of information and tips of value to students and parents for the course.

4. We provide networking with doctors in USA & UK for those wanting to go overseas for jobs

9. Since when are the Universities established?

Ans: All these universities are established for decades before gradually diversifying in many advanced courses. For more details on each university please refer to the relevant page of each university.

10. Where is this University located?

Ans: The University is located in MAKATI, METRO MANILA. Capital of Philippines.

11. Are the degrees offered recognized by the World Health Organization and the MCI?

Ans: All the medical colleges and university present in the list of WHO are recognized by WHO and are recognized by CHED (Commission for Higher education and development).

The Degree is recognized by Medical Council of India or MCI as equal to MBBS in India.

The Degree is Philippines is recognized as equal to MBBS in UK and MBBS in Europe by the GMC of UK.

12. What is the medium of teaching in Philippines?

Ans: Being an American colony for 50 years English is the official language for Government, Communication in day to day living and all other affairs

All the universities have English as the medium education.
94% of the Population Speaks English.
Hence education is in English Medium.
You can also communicate with locals in English easily.

13. How is the Weather?

Ans: Philippines has tropical weather.
There are 3 main seasons.
Rains: From June to September. Showers can be frequent and heavy.
Cool: October to February it is cool but temperature rarely drops below 25 degree Celsius
Summer: From March to May when temperatures can soar.
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 rains.

14. When is Admission usually?

Ans: There are two intakes (depending on the university and program) June and November depends on the University and the program for Medical, Premedical. MD or MBBS in Philippines – Medical Admission to the Top Medical College (s) begins in June. Admission to Pre-medical can happen in June or in November each year.

15. Hostel facility?

Ans: On campus accommodation for international students is available on campus
Hostel rooms have attached bathrooms, with single, double or triple beds
Both Air-conditioned and non air conditioned rooms are available as per the choice of accommodations.
Students can also choose to stay outside on their own accommodations.

16. Whether markets are nearby or not?

Ans: Market for daily needs is nearby to the campus

17. Facilities like: Laundry, Canteen, Internet, Mobile etc?

Ans: All such facilities are available at extra cost.

18. Are students allowed to prepare their own food?

Ans: Some have facilities for cooking. Students who hire apartments outside can cook at home. All Universities have canteens for students.

19. Is vegetarian Foods available?

Ans: Yes. Vegetarian food is available. If needed: Pure vegetarians can cook their own food so that they are happy about what they eat.

20. Is there any dress code for college students?

Ans: Yes. There are uniforms for students and dress codes.

21. Are books available there or we need to carry along with us?

Ans: Some universities provides list of recommended books to carry and some books are given there during session. We suggest students carry books, or purchase it in Philippines.

22. Does stipend is provided there during internship period?

Ans: No, it is not provided.

23. Can I do my internship from My country?

Ans: Yes, but it also depends on the university applied for and also the medical board of the country where the students wants to do the internships.

24. For how many days is the vacation period there? Can a student come to Home during holidays?

Ans: The vacation period is of 6- 8 weeks in Summer – students can go home.

25. What are the services offered by NK Global Education:

Ans: Free counselling to select right course, University and Country
> Arrange guaranteed admission in your desired University/ Course.
> Assistance for passport & visa
> Assistance for foreign exchange through bank
> Accompany student to university and help in settling down
> Regular feedback to parents on student’s development

26. How a student is going to pay tuition fees and other fees?

Ans: The fee can be paid directly to the university by bank transfer for the first year and after that they can carry in form of US$ or Travelers Cheque or Euros and pay it to the university.

27. Whether the University will refund the fees in case the admission is cancelled?

Ans: Once the students reports to the university and joins the same, the University regrets its inability to refund any part of the educational fees and other expenses paid by the student. The decision is all upon the university.

28. Is there any special provision for International students to solve their any personal problems or queries?

Ans: Every university has an International Students Department where a student could address their problems directly.

29. Can a student earn while learning?

Ans: No, a student cannot do job while studying since he/she is having a student visa.

30. Can I practice in my country after I study medicine from Philippines.?

Ans: Yes, you can practice in your country, provided you comply with the rules and laws of the medical council or Medical board of your country.
The University is recognized by the World Health organization, CHED and other bodies.

31. Can I arrive prior to the orientation day?

Ans: Yes, Let the admission office know your planned arrival date and accommodation reservations beginning on the day you designate. Note that you will be responsible for payment of accommodation fees for any additional days outside of your course program.

32. What is the cost of living in Philippines?

Ans: Between US $ 100 to 150 per month depending on your spending habits.

33. What other types of expenses should I plan for while in Philippines?

Ans: Entertainment in Philippines is generally inexpensive. Transportation options include the public bus (which costs less than 20 pesos per ride).

34. How can I get or exchange money while I am in Philippines?

Ans: 1. Carry money in Cash or Traveler’s checks. 2. Transfer money via Bank and ATM using international Debit Card or Travel Card. 3. Students enrolling for long courses can open a bank account through local Banks and transfer funds from accounts in their home country.

35. What do I need to bring with me from home?

Ans: You can buy almost any product and brand that you would find at home. Soap, shampoo, toothpaste, etc. are all readily available. We recommend that you bring any prescription medication in sufficient quantities to last for the duration of your visit and any preferred brands of over-the-counter medications (cold & flu tablets, etc.) Clothing is also plentiful and very inexpensive. Shoes are available, but larger sizes are hard to find.

36. What vaccinations do I need for Philippines?

Ans: The following vaccinations and applicable frequencies are recommended for students coming to Philippines: Hepatitis A (within previous 10 years); Hepatitis B (within previous 5 to 10 years), Japanese B Encephalitis (within previous 3 years); Tetanus (within previous 10 years); Polio (within previous 10 years); and Typhoid (once in lifetime). Students 55 and older should also have a Pneumococcal Vaccine.

38. How the students have to pay Charges to National Vidya Foundation & total course fees?

Ans: Student has to pay the processing fees by bank transaction or wire transfer.

37. What is the voltage used in Philippines?

Ans: The voltage here is 220. Converters and power strips may be purchased locally. ?We have tried to answer to all the possible questions, If we have left out any thing please write to us.

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Highlights :
  • USA / American pattern of Education followed
  • 100% English Medium.
  • English is Official Language of the Philippines
  • Low fees, Low cost of life & high quality Education
  • Listed in WHO Directory – Eligible to practice in India post MCI registration
  • Listed in IMED Directory – USMLE – Part I & II can be done in Manila
  • Listed in ECFMG
  • Listed in California Board of Medicine – eligible for jobs in California, USA
  • Tropical Diseases similar to India – excellent for clinical training & practice
  • Located in the Capital of Philippines (Manila) – 13 km from international airport
  • Located ½ km from Hindu Temple / Gurudwara
  • 9 km from Indian Embassy in Manila
  • Indian food available in EAC Canteen
  • 80730 23517 / 88843 16405
  • #7, 2nd block,
    80 feet ring road,
    Nagarbhavi 2nd stage,
    near BDA Complex,
    Bangalore 560072

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