Bicol Christian College of Medicine
About Bicol Christian College of Medicine
Dr. Damaceno J. established the Bicol Christian College of Medicine in 1975. Previously, AMEC-BCCM’s inaugural president. Ago Medical Education Center is the common name for this medical school. One of the first medical schools in the Philippines for foreign students is located here. For patients, families, and communities as a whole, this school of medicine envisions high-quality medical care. The first medical school in the Bicol region and a major employer of the best and brightest medical professionals is Bicol Christian College of Medicine. The fact that this medical college is associated with government hospitals and offers teaching and training techniques will enable its students to compete on a global scale.
Course Duration: 6 Years after class 12 / 4.5 Years after graduation
University Recognition: NMC, CHED, WHO
Annual Tuition Fees: $5600 USD (average)
Location: Legazpi, Philippines
Overview - Bicol Christian College of Medicine
|Accepted Examination||NEET Qualification|
|Annual Tuition Fees||5600 USD (approx.)|
|Course Duration||5 years + 1-year internship|
|Medium of Instruction||English language|
|Recognition & Accreditation||WHO, NMC, PAASCU|
The Gullas College of Medicine is a center of excellence that inspires faith in the Almighty, Love, Leadership and Service to Humanity.
With its commitment to the ideals of love, leadership and service, and development of need breed of leaders, who are morally upright and spiritually inspired, the Gullas College of Medicine operates and maintains educational programs which are nationalistic and democratic, and attuned to nationally and internationally accepted standards. While it nurtures academic excellence, it also works for the enhancement of high-level professions and middle level careers relevant to community development and the socioeconomic needs of the country.
Bicol Christian College of Medicine endeavors to pursue the following objectives:
1. Excellence in Teaching
Undergraduate and graduate education that meet high academic standards and enable students to realize their full potentials; strong faculty leadership in teaching, research and public engagement; quality innovative education that integrates research and public engagement with teaching.
2. Excellence in Research
Active research community that stimulates new ideas and discoveries that lead to innovations and new technologies and strengthen University knowledge, skills and expertise.
3. Excellence in Public Engagement
Optimized institutional and individual contribution of knowledge, skills and expertise toward contributing to the economic, social, cultural, and environment development of communities.
4. Excellence in Governance and Stewardship
Enhanced policies, systems, structures, and processes that promote and support the core mission of the University.
Why Choose AMA
Training hospital tie-ups: The AMA School of Medicine has tie-ups and affiliations with three hospitals for clerkship and practical exposure for its medical students. There are over 1000 beds in these hospitals. There is a steady flow of patients providing an excellent training ground for students studying MD or MBBS. Students get ample structured exposure in these hospitals. Pasay City General Hospital, Quirino Memorial Medical Centre (QMMC), —–
Hostel and living conditions: The AMA School of Medicine has contracts with Apartments and boarding houses located within 500 meters radius for students which serve as its hostel. A range of housing options is available from non-air-conditioned to air-conditioned rooms at prices ranging from 3,500 to I 0,000 Pesos per month per bed on sharing basis. There are plenty of eating places nearby. Indian food & catering arrangements are made for students from India. Laundry arrangements are there for students.
Transportation and Communication: Manila International Airport has several international flights from many countries. It is the gateway of international flights to the Philippines. In Manila Tricycle and Jeepneys are readily available and very cost efficient for travelling. Metro station also lies about 1.5 k.m from the college.
Advantages of joining Bicol Christian College of Medicine
The largest of its sort in the entire nation.
The pupils are not required to learn the native tongue because the course is given in English.
Foreign students can stay on campus at University, and there are many additional sporting and cultural activities where students can display their talents.
University Admission works with top colleges in the US and Europe to offer exchange programmes that help give graduates extra perspectives on both a national and international level.
The University is a modern institution with state-of-the-art facilities, offering students access to the most recent technological advancements and modern knowledge.
After class XII:
- Student should have passed class 12 with at least
- 50% in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology in Class 12 and passed in English
- Should have Physics, Chemistry, and Biology in class 11
- Preference will be given to students with better academic credentials
After class bachelor degree: 4 Year MD (MBBS) course:
- Students should have passed Bachelor with science
- Student should have passed class 12 with at least
- Minimum 50% in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology in Class 12 and passed English
- Should have passed Physics, Chemistry, and Biology in class 11
- Preference to students with better academic credentials
The Admission Procedure in the Philippines is quite easy and simple. To take admitted to medical school, you have to fulfill certain eligibility criteria then you can proceed with the process. You should precisely follow the steps to avoid any hassle at the time of admission. Contact RARE EDUCATION for taking admission to the AMA School of Medicine. Follow some simple steps to get admission to the AMA School of Medicine:
Step 1: Fill out the Application Form with RARE EDUCATION CONSULTANCY
Step 2: Candidates are required to submit their scanned documents to RARE EDUCATION. Before submitting the documents cross-verify them.
Step 3: It takes about one or two weeks to review your application and issue a Confirmation Letter.
Step 4: Deposit the fees in the University’s Bank Account.
Step 5: Finally visit the Embassy of the Philippines for visa Application and other procedures. There are 4 Honorary Consulate Generals of the Philippines namely – New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Chennai.
Candidates for the MBBS programme must present the following supporting documentation for successful admission:
Syllabus & Tenure of Education
The syllabus is drawn up by doctors educated in Harvard Medical School, USA, and meets the latest international standards of Medical Education. Students after class XII take 5 years to complete medical education. Students with bachelor’s Degrees take 4 years to complete medical education. Pre-Medical: Students from India after class 12 first enroll in a pre-medical course for 2 years to get equivalency in the Philippines and be eligible for admission to the 4-year medical course. Students with a Bachelor’s Degree can be admitted directly to the MD course.
MD or MBBS Course:
The Medical Course in the Philippines is MD and equal to MBBS in India. The five-year medical course progresses from the study of the normal to the abnormal human being. Most subjects are yearly courses taken up for two semesters. The final year or clinical clerkship is mainly spent in actual patient care in affiliated Hospitals serving as the clinical laboratory. Hospital rounds and group discussions give the student a good perspective on bedside manners diagnosis and management. The clerks rotate through the different clinical departments for 48 weeks with periodic evaluations. The University has an arrangement with 3 hospitals Govt. Hospitals and the AFP Hospital for Clerkship.
MD 1st year: Normal Human Body
Cell and basic tissue (Integumentary system 1), Musculoskeletal system 1, Hematology and Immunology 1, Head and Neck, Special Senses, Gastrointestinal and Nutrition 1, Reproductive system, Endocrine system 1, Cardiovascular system 1, Pulmonary system 1, Renal system 1, Genetics, Perspectives in medicine and history of medicine, Applied Epidemiology, Behavioral medicine 1, Practice of Medicine 1
MD 2nd Year: Clinical subject
Pharmacology, Microbiology and Parasitology, Pathology, Cardiovascular system 2, Pulmonary system 2, Renal system 2, Hematology and Immunology 2, Infectious Disease, Musculoskeletal system 2, Integumentary system 2, Research Methodology, Medical Bioethics, Medical Research 1, Medical Information, Behavioral Medicine 2, The Practice of Medicine 2 (History taking, Physical Examination, Diagnostic Skills)
MD 3rd Year: Mechanism and Management of Human Disease
Clinical Neurosciences, Special Senses, Endocrine, Gastrointestinal-Nutrition, Men, women, and Children’s Health, Management of Health Programs, Behavioral l Medicine 2, Research projects, Legal Medicine and Medical Jurisprudence, Medical Informatics, Special Lectures, The Practice of Medicine 3 including Procedural Skills.
MD 4th Year: Post Graduate Internship Program (18 months):
Community Medicine, Internal Medicine, Surgery, Pediatrics, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Ophthalmology, ENT, Psychiatry, Anesthesia, Clinical Laboratory, Radiology, Neurology, Emergency Medicine, Dermatology, Rehabilitation Medicine, Orthopedics and Trauma.
- The exchange rate is subject to change. The exchange rate on the day of the transaction will be considered for the tuition fees.
- There will be no increase in fees during the duration of the course