1. Philippines is one of the largest English speaking countries in the world with English being the medium of instruction.
  2. Affordable cost of education.
  3. Excellent hands-on practice.
  4. Ideal student to patient ratio.
  5. Tropical climate with a similar disease pattern to India.
  6. Follows the American system of education.
  7. Easy access to several daily flights.
  8. The Philippines is the largest provider of Medical doctors to the US.
  9. ASEAN friendly country.
  1. Established in the year 1976 and has been into medical education for the past 44 years.
  2. Only medical college in the province that houses a population of 1.5 million.
  3. First in the Philippines to provide automated simulation mannequin stations for clinical learning.
  4. First in the Philippines to install a 3D imagery unit for minute dissection learning.
  5. First in the Philippines to use Virtual Augmented Reality for teaching anatomy.
  6. First in the Philippines to provide advance teaching facilities like Team Learning Centre (TLC)
  7. Ranks among the Top 6 best colleges for MBBS in the Philippines. Clinical training in hospitals with 4000 beds.
  8. MCI recognized and listed by WHO (World Health Organization)
  9. The only university with 4000 Indian students studying medicine.
  10. Separate hostel for Indian students with Indian cuisine.
  11. Proven track record of highest passing percentage in MCI screening test FMGE.

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 recognised from different countries.) MBBS is the British system of education whereas MD is the American System of Education.

5 years 4 months followed by a one year internship. 1 year 4 months of Pre-Med followed by 4 years of MD.

12th Grade or equivalent qualification with minimum 50% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects and pass in English. NEET UG qualification is also required.

Yes. After the 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 MCI and the State Medical Councils and can practice in India.

There is a nominal fee which is 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.

Transworld Educare and Kings International Medical Academy conduct exclusive coaching classes for DMSF students after the completion of the course.

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 student must apply directly to the bank at the place of permanent residence. Transworld will assist the student in procuring the loan by providing all necessary documents required from the university.

Yes. Graduates from DMSF are eligible to apply for USMLE.

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

Laundry and internet facilities are available at a very reasonable cost.

Yes. Both Indian Vegetarian and Non-Vegetarian kitchens are available.

Yes. Exclusive and separate hostel facilities have been customized for Indian students with Indian Cuisine.

The tuition fee for the course is USD 5100 per annum.

Yes. The curriculum for the fourth year involves a mandatory clinical rotation which allows students for hands-on practice in hospitals with over 4000 beds strength.

Yes. Students must appear for NMAT exams before enrolling for the MD program.

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

Special arrangements are made for vernacular medium students and are trained in spoken english as well.

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After submission of requisite documents and fulfilment of the requirements, students will be awarded a 9(A) SPECIAL STUDY PERMIT (SSP) Visa, which has a validity of 59 days during which the student will have travelled to Philippines. Once in the Philippines, the aforementioned Visa will be converted into a Student Visa and will also be granted an ACR i-card, this entire procedure of which will be taken care of by the college and our staff.

The Student Visa and ACR i-card have a validity of 1 year after which the renewal of both these documents needs to be done which will be taken care of by the Visa Department in the college.

The Student Visa and ACR icard have a validity of 1 year, after which the renewal of both these documents needs to be done. The renewal process will be taken care of by the Visa Department in the college.

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