The Emilio Aguinaldo College of Medicine is listed in the World Health Directory (WHO) of Medical Universities
The Emilio Aguinaldo College of Medicine is listed in The California Board of Medicine.
EAC has Internationals links with Thani, Nepal,Maldives, Sri Lanka, China & etc.
EMILIO AGUINALDO COLLEGE begins with a man who had a dream — Dr. Paulo C. Campos, President of the University Physicians’ Services, Inc. (UPSI)The forerunner of EAC was the Marian School of Midwifery founded in 1957, under the management of the Marian Clinics, Inc. headed by Dr. Jose Fontanilla as principal. In 1959 Dr. Crisanto S. Vito Cruz and Dr. Gregorio T. Delgado, together with Mrs. Lolita R. Vito Cruz established the 1st Medical Secretarial School in the country. The UPSI took over management of the school in 1973. The school became Marian Junior College. The name was changed to General Emilio Aguinaldo College on September 1977. This has begun building the 1st school units in Dasmarinas, Cavite. Subsequently, the title “General” was dropped, and the College was then called Emilio Aguinaldo College, as it is known today… read more
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EMILIO Education & Facilities
The Emilio Aguinaldo College – School of Medicine is an active member of the Association of Philippine Medical Colleges Foundation, Inc. (APMCFI) and has been granted the Government Recognition by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).
Hospital & Community Affiliations
Students will spend in actual patient care in their 4th Year clinical internship. Students will be participating in hospital rounds and directly speaking with patients gives the students a good understanding. Emilio College has associated with top hospitals for clinical training.
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Located at the heart of Manila, Emilio Aguinaldo College (EAC) is a private, non-sectarian, coeducational academic institution that offers rigorous professional degree programs open to local and foreign students.
EMILIO AGUINALDO COLLEGE begins with a man who had a dream — Dr. Paulo C. Campos, President of the University Physicians’ Services, Inc. (UPSI)The forerunner of EAC was the Marian School of Midwifery founded in 1957, under the management of the Marian Clinics, Inc. headed by Dr. Jose Fontanilla as principal. In 1959 Dr. Crisanto S. Vito Cruz and Dr. Gregorio T. Delgado, together with Mrs. Lolita R. Vito Cruz established the 1st Medical Secretarial School in the country.
The UPSI took over management of the school in 1973. The school became Marian Junior College. The name was changed to General Emilio Aguinaldo College on September 1977. This has begun building the 1st school units in Dasmarinas, Cavite. Subsequently, the title “General” was dropped, and the College was then called Emilio Aguinaldo College, as it is known today. Emilio Aguinaldo College Foundation, Inc was established at Dasmarinas, Cavite, thus giving birth to the Emilio Aguinaldo College of Medicine. In 1995, a few years after De La Salle University took over Emilio Aguinaldo College in Cavite.
In 2001 the School of Medicine was opened in the Manila Campus with the Medical Center Manila, a 250-bed capacity hospital as its base. The rationale for opening the School of Medicine were the school complemented the existing programs in the allied health sciences and because the resources, primarily the faculty and clinical cases were already in place at Medical Center Manila – MCM. In 2004 the Dental Laboratory Technology Services, a TVET program, was opened in partnership with Skytech, a company that exported dentures to the U.S. market.
Emilio Aguinaldo College is a member of the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities. It has served as the president of the Philippine Association of Private Schools, Colleges and Universities since 2006 to the present and in this capacity has been a director of the Coordinating Council of Private Educational Associations since 1997. The school has been a member of the South Manila Educational Consortium since 2006,
Worldwide Quality Assurance Ltd granted Emilio Aguinaldo College ISO 9001:2008 status for the Management of Educational Services and Quality Academic Systems. The Yaman Lahi Foundation, Inc.-EAC was also an accredited science foundation for scientific research by the Department of Science and Technology in 1995. This certification was renewed in 2017.
The Emilio Aguinaldo College School of Medicine was founded and established by Dr. Paulo C. Campos, a National Scientist in Nuclear Medicine. It was formally opened on July 23, 2001
The School of Medicine is staffed by dedicated, respected and competent academicians, as well as clinicians who are well-known in their fields of specialty It implements an outcome-based, synchronized curriculum, with early clinical integration and emphasis on interactive learning process. It also boasts of well-equipped classrooms, basic science and skills laboratories and a library.
The Manila Med, School of Medicine’s base teaching and training hospital, is a tertiary training institution accredited by the Department of Health, an ISO9011: 2008 certified institution since 2011, and PhilHealth accredited Center of Excellence in 2010. a rare distinction among tertiary private and government hospitals in the Philippines.
The School of Medicine is also affiliated with other teaching and training hospitals like University of the Philippines – Philippine General Hospital (UP – PGH), Ospital ng Maynila Medical Center (OMMC), and the corporate-owned Emilio Aguinaldo College Medical Center – Cavite.
The abroad medical degree from MCI approved medical universities are valid in India. Foreign medical graduates should clear the Foreign Medical Graduate Examination (FMGE) and they can practice in India.
The exam does not apply to Medical graduates from the US, UK, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand, who can practice in India without taking the exam.
The Philippines is known worldwide for its medicine study. MBBS In the Philippines has become an excellent choice for students who wish to study abroad. Philippines MBBS Colleges provides quality and US-based education Pattern, Education is in English language, Economic Cost of living and affordable fees. The Philippines is very safe for Students
The Philippines is known worldwide for its medicine study. Medicine Graduate must decide the country he/she wish to transfer to. Each country has its Medical Council Licensing Exams. You will need to register with the appropriate countries medical board and clear the licensing requirements to practice in that country.
Medical colleges in the Philippines provides international standard medical degrees following the USA Pattern of Education. Medical Student has to clear USMLE step 1, step 2, and Step 3 to the license to start practice in the USA.
You can validate the MCI approved list of medical colleges in the Philippines. CHED (The Commission of Higher Education) is the nodal agency looking after higher education in the Philippines, publishes the list of medical schools recognized by them
The MBBS course in the Philippines is known as the BS-MD Course. Students should have 10 + 2 passing certificates with Biology, Physics, Chemistry subjects with 50% of PCB. NEET – UG Qualification is mandatory.
Bachelor’s Degree students seeking admission to the medical education program in the Philippines are required to take the NMAT (National Medical Admission Test) and 40 percentile to be promoted to MD (Doctor of Medicine) program.
Yes, NEET qualifying is mandatory
English. Philippine being an English speaking country. There is no need to learn any other language.
Yes, you should choose MCI and WHO approved medical universities in this Philippines.
Philippines follows the US pattern of education. In the Philippines, MD (Doctor of Medicine) is done after BS ( Bachelor of Science)
BS course is 1 year 5 months and Doctor Of Medicine / MBBS course is 4 years
BS course is mandatory for joining MD but It is not part of the Medicine course.
In the Philippines, school education finishes after 10 followed by a BS course of 4 years which is a degree course. To enroll MD course of 10+4 years is mandatory as per Philippine’s present education system. Indian students who qualified 10+2 needs to do a BS course of 1.5 – 2 years approx. before enrolling for an MD of 4 years.
Yes, Medical Universities in the Philippines are with good facilities. Clinical rotations will be conducted in hospitals that are affiliated with and associated with each university. Final year students will have mandatory clinical rotations.
The Philippines have a tropical maritime climate, meaning the weather is generally hot and quite humid. Average temperatures in the Philippines usually range between 21 °C (70 °F) and 32 °C (90 °F) with the average yearly temperature coming in at around 26.6 °C (79.9 °F). Temperatures can fluctuate between regions and depending on the season. Using temperature and rainfall as bases, the climate of the country can be divided into two major seasons: (1) the rainy season, from June to November; and (2) the dry season, from December to May. The dry season may be subdivided further into (a) the cool dry season, from December to February; and (b) the hot dry season, from March to May.
Yes, there are sufficient Indian hotels and food supply caterings and services. You can get all the required grocery items.
Some colleges have college Dormitories. If they don’t have facilities, universities help students in accommodating outside the campus.
Yes, girls will have separate hostel/Dormitorie(s).