Brief story

The Philippines' medical school curriculum is based on the United States model of medical education. The curriculum is designed to help students succeed on the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) by giving them solid training. MBBS in the Philippines normally takes 6 years to complete. Graduates are also expected to complete a one-year postgraduate internship (PGI) or clinical internship. Medical schools in the Philippines typically require applicants to hold a Bachelor of Science in biology, chemistry, or a similar discipline as part of their admissions requirements. In addition, there are rigorous GPA and NMAT standards that must be met before they enroll in medical school.

There are a number of medical institutions there that use English as their major language of instruction. The Philippine Regulatory Commission (PRC) administers the Philippine Physician Licensure Examination to medical school grads who have completed their postgraduate residency. To become a doctor in the Philippines, you must pass this test. Medical degrees from the Philippines are typically recognised around the world.

Facts and Figures
  • Located in Southeast Asia
  • Capital: Manila
  • Official Languages : Filipino, English
  • Currency : Philippine Peso

Reasons to opt Philippines

Easy Adaptation to Western Healthcare Systems
US based curriculum
Clinical Exposure from an Early stage
Cultural Diversity

Benefits of studying in Philippines


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