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The Philippines, also known as the Philippine Republic, is located in the Western Pacific Ocean, in Southeast Asia. Manila, its capital, is known for its waterfront and its centuries-old Chinatown. The Philippines has been a US territory for about 50 years and therefore the country follows the American education system.

The Philippines is a founding member of the UN, the World Trade Organization, the Southeast Asian Nations Council, the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Conference, and the East Asia Summit. The nation also host Asian Development Bank headquarters.

The Philippines has underscored a major economic change from agriculture to services and manufacturing. The Philippines is also a founding and active member of ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations), in addition to membership in the United Nations.

The Philippines has been voted many times into the Security Council as a founding member of the United Nations. The government is also an active participant in the Council on Human Rights and in peacekeeping missions.

Climate and

Philippine tropical climate is usually hot and humid. Temperatures typically range from 21 ° C (70 ° F) to 32 ° C (90 ° F) with January being the coolest and May being the hottest months of the year.

In the Philippines, as in most Asian countries, rice is the staple food. It is most often steamed and eaten with dishes of meat, fish and vegetables. To make sinangag, leftover rice is often fried with garlic, which is usually served with a fried egg and cured meat or sausages at breakfast together.


The Philippine medical course is called the MD[ Medicine Doctor] programme. The MD program is similar to UK, India, Pakistan and other Commonwealth countries ‘ MBBS programs. The degree includes medical theory, practicals and clinical rotation which gives students a better exposure. The degrees awarded from philippine medical universities are recognised by India’s World health organisation and Medical Council.

The Philippines is one of the countries known to provide quality medical education such as MBBS, MD etc. The higher level of practical sessions and qualified teaching staff in Philippine Medical Colleges has gained significant prominence around the world. The medical university facilities, curriculum and environment in Philippine colleges make it a favourite place for international students to be educated. Compared to other countries, the cost of the full MBBS course in the Philippines is much lower.

The Medical Universities are accredited by the Indian Medical Council(MCI) and the WHO. The teaching medium is English which breaks the major communication barrier for international students.

Benefits of MBBS
from Philippines

Philippine medical universities are classified in WHO(World Health Organization) and MCI (India Medical Council). This makes the students qualify for leading international medical exams such as USMLE and MCI in other countries for clinical practice.
The medium of Instruction is English which helps international students to easily adapt and avoids the learning curve of an additional language.
The medical institutes allow students to practically diagnose patients which improves their confidence and provides them with better practical knowledge.
The cost of living and tuition fee is very low thus helping the international students to afford the expenses easily.

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