• Philippines is an English Speaking Country
  • The medium of instruction is English
  • Affordable cost of Education
  • Excellent hands-on practice
  • Ideal student to patient ratio
  • Tropical Climate with a disease pattern similar to that of India
  • Follows the American system of education
  • Easy accessibility to several daily flights
  • Philippines is the largest provider of Medical doctors to the U.S.
  • ASEAN Friendly Country
  • Established in the year 1976 and has been into medical education for the past 41 years
  • Only medical college in the province with a population of1.5 million
  • First in Philippines to provide automated simulation mannequin stations for clinical learning
  • First in Philippines to install 3D Imagery Unit for Minute dissection learning
  • First in Philippines to Provide Advance Teaching facilities like Team Learning Canters(TLC)
  • Rank N0.6 amongst the top performing medical schools in the Philippines
  • Offers excellent clinical training and hands on practice
  • Clinical training in hospitals with 4000 beds
  • Accredited by PASCU
  • MCI recognized and listed in WHO (World Health Organisation)
  • The only university with 2000 Indian students studying medicine
  • Separate hostel for Indian Students with Indian cuisine.
  • Proven track record of highest passing percentage in MCI Screen Test(FMGE) every year

Doctor of Medicine (MD), as per the American curriculum which is equivalent to MBBS in India.

MBBS and MD are both primarily medical qualifications. The degrees are equal. (See ECFMG list of degrees recognized from different countries). MBBS is the British system of education whereas MD is the American System of education.

5 years and 4 months followed by one year of internship.

12th Grade or equivalent qualification with minimum 60% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology Subjects and pass in English and qualification in NEET UG.

Yes. As per the 2016 notification MCI has decided to restart the issuance of Eligibility Certificate with effective form current academic year (2016-17) refer to notification dated 30.05.2016.

Yes. After completion of the Screening Test and procuring the provisional Registration of the MCI you can complete your internship in India.

Yes, after the successful completion of the Screening Test and Internship, the student is eligible to register with the MCI and the State Medical Councils and can practice in India.

The nominal exam fees are to be borne by the student.

A student can appear any number of times for the screening Test. However, generally students who pass the MD degree of an American System of Education are expected to clear this exam in the first attempt.

In association with DIAMS-New Delhi conduct exclusive coaching classes for FMGE (Foreign Medical Graduate Examination) Screening Test t its Pune facility. Dedicated rooms facility, in campus accommodation, food and library facilities are provided to keep the student more focused for FMGE preparations.

Yes, upon registration with MCI/State Councils, the student is eligible for any Government job.

Yes, education loans are available from all nationalized and scheduled banks. The students have to apply directly to the bank at the place of permanent residence. The Medical College will assist the student in procuring the loan by providing all necessary documents required from the university.

Yes. Graduates from DMSF are eligible for Appearing for USMLE.

Yes, separate hostel facilities for Indian students are available for both boys and girls.

Yes, exclusive and separate hostel facilities have been customized for Indian students with Indian cuisine.

Laundry and internet facilities are available in the hotel in the host at reasonable extra cost.

Yes vegetarian food is available and in fact there are kitchens that serve both vegetarian and non vegetarian Indian food.

India and Philippines both have tropical climate and you can easily adopt to the Philippines climate.

The tuition fee for the course is Rs.3,25,000 per annum.

Yes, the curriculum for the fourth year involves compulsory clinical rotations which allow students for hands on practice in hospitals with 4000 beds strength.

Yes, students have to appear for NMAT exams before enrolling for the MD program.

Yes, Necessary training by professionals shall be provided before the NMAT exam.

Special arrangements are made for spoken English training and student from vernacular medium of instructions will also be able to cope in the Philippines.