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About the Philippines

Official Language

Filipino & English

Capital

Manila

Currency

Philippines Peso (₤)

Literacy rate

98.1%

Population

10.49 crores

Time Difference from India

The Philippines is 2 hours and 30 minutes ahead of India Germany

Travel time from Delhi to Berlin, Germany

8-9 hours direct flight

MBBS in Germany- Tuition Fees

$23000 - $32000 USD

Type of colleges

Both Private & Government

Duration of MBBS

6 years

Medium of Instruction

English

Philippines

The Philippines is a Southeast Asian Country in the Western Pacific, comprised of more than 7,000 Islands. The capital city - Manila is famous for its waterfront promenade and centuries-old Chinatown, Binondo. It is home to the baroque 17th-century San Agustin Church as well as Fort Santiago, a storied citadel and military prison.

Taking medical education into consideration, the Philippines stands out as one of the finest options among various countries. The cost of pursuing Medical education in the Philippines is much lower than in other countries like the USA, Australia, China, etc. It provides the perfect amalgamation of theoretical & practical education, which enables the students to become successful medical practitioners across the globe. Universities like AMA School of Medicine, Our Lady of Fatima University, University of Perpetual Help, Davao Medical School of Foundation are few of the Premier Medical Universities for Indian students.

Top Medical Universities in the Philippines

  • AMA School of Medicine
  • University of Perpetual Help
  • Emilio Aguinaldo College

AMA School of Medicine

Knowing the impact and need of computer & technology, Ambassador Arnable R. Aguiluz V (Father of Computer Education in the Philippines); founded the AMA Institute of Computer Studies in 1980 that will offer computer education to all the aspirants of different nations. Eventually, the Institute led the establishment of AMA Computer College.

Later on, the institution started delivering medical education to all the medical aspirants coming from different countries of the world like India, Nepal, the USA, the UK, Georgia, Bangladesh, etc. Then the AMA College of Medicine came into existence as a popular hub for pursuing MD (Doctor of Medicine) in the Philippines. AMA School of Medicine was the name it was marked with again, in 2008.

AMAZON relies on a mission to produce competent medical practitioners, who are skilled & educated on an innovative case-based curriculum; that will help them to become self-dependent and lifelong learners making them the highly-qualified professionals.

Interesting facts about the city- Makati, Philippines

  • The city is located in the Philippines’ Metro Manila region and it is considered as the country’s financial hub.
  • Some parts of the city were once subject to the pre-Hispanic Kingdom of Namayan, whose capital is Santa Ana district of Manila.
  • The economy of Makati is engaged in financial services, wholesale/retail, services, real estate, export/import, and manufacturing.

 


Establishment Year: 1980  
Number of Students: 5000+
Number of International Student: 1500+ Indian students
Location: Metro Manila, Philippines.

University of Perpetual Help

The University of Perpetual Help System DALTA was founded on 5 February 1975 with its former name- The Perpetual Help College Rizal (PHCR) by Dr. /BGen. Antonio Laperal Tamayo and Dr. Daisy Moran Tamayo.

Initially, it catered to 185 students with the Nursing and secondary courses. The school expanded its 2 branches in 1995 and 1996- the Molino & Calamba campuses. Now the University has acquired the 45 years of proven quality of medical education.

Today, UPHSD is putting efforts to achieve its objective of maintaining and sustaining excellence in education. It has an integrated extensive network of national and international collaborations in higher education and business.

Interesting facts about the city- Las Pinas, Philippines

  • Las Pinas, officially known as the City of Las Pinas; is a first-class urbanized city of the Philippines, situated in the Metro Manila region.
  • It was also known as the cleanest city and the Salt center of Manila, as it is famous for its bamboo organ, salt beds and jeepney factories (originally made from U.S. military jeeps leftovers of World War II )
  • Las Pinas gained the city title in 1997, as before it was one of the first settlements on the outskirts of Manila.

 


Establishment Year: 1975    
Number of Students: 18,500
Number of International Student: 2000+
Location: Alabang–Zapote Road, Pamplona 3, Las Piñas City, 1740

Emilio Aguinaldo College

Emilio Aguinaldo College was founded in 1957 by Dr. Paulo C. Campos (President of the University Physicians’ Services Inc. (UPSI); it is considered as one of the Top Medical Universities in the Philippines for pursuing MD (Doctor of Medicine), which is equivalent to MBBS in India. EAC is famous for offering a wide range of high-quality teaching and extra-curricular activities. It has two campuses- one in Manila and the other one in Cavite. The former name for the University was Marian College and in September 1977, it was renamed as General Emilio Aguinaldo College, to apply to both Manila and Cavite Campuses. The main campus teaching hospital is known as Medical Center, Manilla.

The College is located in the heart of Manila. It is a private, non-sectarian, co-educational academic institution that offers rigorous professional courses open to both domestic and international students, coming from different parts of the world.

Interesting facts about the city- Manila

  • Manila is the capital city of the Philippines, located in Bayside on the island of Luzon, which mixes the Spanish colonial architecture with modern skyscrapers.
  • Negritos, the aboriginal inhabitants of the Philippines, lived across the island of Luzon, where Manila is located before the Malayo-Polynesians migrated in and assimilated them.
  • The three largest economic sectors in Manila are Industry, Service, and Agriculture. Manufacturing, Mining, Mineral Processing, Pharmaceuticals, Ship Building, Electronics, and Semi-conductors are the focus areas.

 


Establishment Year: 1957
Number of Students: 6000
Number of International Student: 2200+
Location: Paco, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines