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    xyz1236 is offline Newbie 510 points
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    Which philippines med school is worth considering? Help needed.

    I am High School student from Pakistan and am planning to study MD in Philippines. I need guidance and advice to select a med school. My main concerns are that I will have no bachelors degree at the time of applying and that my budget for tuition fee is 5000-7000$ per year . I would like some opinions on Bicol Christian College of Medicine and University of Perpetual Help System Dalta College of Medicine, Las Pinas. Help me out please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marekkattarek View Post
    Yes, i know what im talking about. I studied there medicine,
    I was fooled by the philippinos. Didnt get any good education neither the chance to take the board exam!
    Dont study in this country, its a warning! "google" about the issues there, also about the permission to take the board exam as a foreigner in this country. Its just impossible, there are many similiar cases as im describing!

    You need to be specific if you are going to bad mouth a country. So where did you study? How were you fooled? What do you mean by not getting a good education?

    How you turned out has absolutely nothing to do with the school. Its whether you were a good student or not. You can put someone in Harvard or Yale but if they are a lousy student then they will not get a good education. Your attempt to bad mouth the Philippines is pathetic and only reflects on you. You were probably partying and smoking pot and turned out to be a pothead.

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    I was quite specific, i toot medicine, my family were told by the school leadership that board exam.etc is not a problem to get a mecial degree here in the philippines as you are telling to this poor pakistani guy.
    You know exactly that foreigner CANT take get a degree here in the Philippines.
    Why are you doing this? You producing big problems just to earn a little tutition fees out of the students?

    Sorry, but the level of education was not good, when i compare it poland. If you like to discuss further why, im very open to it.
    Last edited by marekkattarek; 03-21-2017 at 12:08 AM.

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    One of this reasons why Im bushing here is, its a warning to all students around the world to be careful not to do the same error like me. The Philippines are very intransparent, my and many other cases i oberved can be repeated quickly!

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    Maybe you reply this "pot smoking" nursing student as well:
    Nursing in the Philippines | allnurses
    And i know many other offline cases! It doesnt help t continue produce "fake news" in this forum. fact is that foreigners dont have a rght to take the board exam after the completion of her studies which is a completely "Nonsense" law, very hard to understand by any non philippino citizen.
    Change your laws then attract foreigners again, but not in this way!

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    Davao Medical School

    Quote Originally Posted by xyz1236 View Post
    I am High School student from Pakistan and am planning to study MD in Philippines. I need guidance and advice to select a med school. My main concerns are that I will have no bachelors degree at the time of applying and that my budget for tuition fee is 5000-7000$ per year . I would like some opinions on Bicol Christian College of Medicine and University of Perpetual Help System Dalta College of Medicine, Las Pinas. Help me out please.
    You could try for DMSF located in Davao city. The cost for education will be within your limits and you could experience a new culture. The city of Davao is very much safer and cheaper when compared with the capital city Metro Manila.

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    Speaking of MBBS from Philippines and worth considering Medical College one must go for OLFU.
    OLFU( Our lady of Fatima University) is one of the Philippine's most distinguished centers for medical education and fulfills its commitment to produce world class medical practitioners.

    Reasons Being:

    1. Consistently achieving the no, 1 ranking in the Medical education in Philippines.
    2. Listed in WHO, Educational Council for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) & MCI
    and can practice in INDIA post registration.
    3. Listed in IMED Directory. Students can appear for USMLE part 1 & 2 in Philippines
    during their study.
    4. Only University in Philippines where American students prefer to study their medicine.
    5. Can reach in 40 min. from Manila airport. Valenzuela is the industrial hub of Manila.
    6. No Donation.
    7. Indian Food Mess

    With other features like:


    Affiliated with Central Cardiology Medical Clinic and Hospital, California
    Affiliated with Good Samaritan Hospital, California
    Affiliated with Jackson Park Hospital, Chicago
    Recognized by New York State Board of Education
    Recognized by Illinois State Board of Regulation
    Recognized by WHO, MCI, NMC

    For more such informations, please visit Best Overseas Medical Education Consultant in India to Study MBBS in Abroad

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    Quote Originally Posted by marekkattarek View Post
    Maybe you reply this "pot smoking" nursing student as well:
    Nursing in the Philippines | allnurses
    And i know many other offline cases! It doesnt help t continue produce "fake news" in this forum. fact is that foreigners dont have a rght to take the board exam after the completion of her studies which is a completely "Nonsense" law, very hard to understand by any non philippino citizen.
    Change your laws then attract foreigners again, but not in this way!
    Sir, in all the years of existence of medical schools in the Philippines you are the only one who has complained about this issue which has nothing to do with the quality of Education. Assuming what you said is true about not being able to take the board I believe this is your problem. If this was critical to your studying in the Philippines you should have made absolutely sure. Like checking with the Commission on Higher Education for example instead or obtain it in writing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marekkattarek View Post
    Maybe you reply this "pot smoking" nursing student as well:
    Nursing in the Philippines | allnurses
    And i know many other offline cases! It doesnt help t continue produce "fake news" in this forum. fact is that foreigners dont have a rght to take the board exam after the completion of her studies which is a completely "Nonsense" law, very hard to understand by any non philippino citizen.
    Change your laws then attract foreigners again, but not in this way!

    Sir, in all the years of existence of medical schools in the Philippines you are the only one who has complained about this issue which has nothing to do with the quality of Education. Assuming what you said is true about not being able to take the board I believe this is your problem. If this was critical to your studying in the Philippines you should have made absolutely sure. Like checking with the Commission on Higher Education for example instead or obtain it in writing

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    Blueverdu, please do not make this an advertising venue for OLFU. There are many other good schools in the Philippines. If anything, what I know of Fatima is the cost is more than double what other schools charge. Any foreign student interested in med school in the Philippines should check with 3-4 schools before deciding on one. And their NMAT scores should be important.

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    UST and UP are still on top of the best in Philippines Medical Schools.

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