About Philippines

Philippines, island country of Southeast Asia in the western Pacific Ocean. It is an archipelago consisting of some 7,100 islands and islets lying about 500 miles (800 km) off the coast of Vietnam. Manila is the capital, but nearby Quezon City is the country’s most-populous city. Both are part of the National Capital Region (Metro Manila), located on Luzon, the largest island. The second largest island of the Philippines is Mindanao, in the southeast.

Benefits In Philippines

MBBS IN PHILIPPINES FOR INDIAN STUDENTS Studying medicine in abroad is a fascinating idea, especially among Indian students. Doctor of Medicine is awarded to students after completing four years degree program. This is equivalent to that of MBBS degree. In the first year, the basics of medical sciences are taught. From the second year onwards to third year, these courses focus on specialized areas. Fourth year includes clinical rotation in different departments.

Angeles University Foundation

The Angeles University Foundation (Abbreviated as AUF), is a private Roman Catholic university in Angeles City, Philippines. It is a non-stock, non-profit educational institution established on May 25, 1962 by Mr. Agustin P. Angeles, Dr. Barbara Y. Angeles and family. After only less than nine years of operation, the Institution was granted University status on April 16, 1971 by the Department of Education, Culture and Sports.

It is one of few Philippine universities granted autonomous status, with a number of its degree programs having been duly recognized as Centers of Excellence and Centers of Development by the Commission on Higher Education. Today, AUF has the highest percentage of faculty with graduate degrees in the Central Luzon region, and among the highest in the Philippines. These qualifications are the foundation for its vaunted quality instruction and research, as evidenced by: Autonomous Status since 2003; Institutional Quality Assurance Monitoring and Evaluation (IQUAME)

certification from the Commission on Higher Education (CHED); Accreditation by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU); ISO 9001-2000 Certification by TUV-SUD; Center of Excellence in Information Technology and Teacher Education as accredited by the Commission on Higher Education; and Center of Development for Computer Engineering and Nursing from the same government arm. Now on its 50th year of operation, AUF has a total of 63 academic programs scattered across 8 collegesexcluding a Medical and LaMBBS fee russia, ukrain & chinaw school

About the School of Medicine

The Angeles University Foundation School of Medicine, which was established by the authority of the Board of Medical Education and the Department of Education, Culture, and Sports, started its operations in June 1983, with an authorized quota of 150 students. Dr. Rodolfo C. Dimayuga was appointed as the first Dean, Dr. Presentacion C. Peralta as Assistant Dean, concurrently College Secretary, and a faculty of 18, 8 of whom have had an average of 20 years teaching experience.

In its first year of operation, the College was given the entire fourth floor of Building B, called the San Lorenzo Ruiz Hall, to house a big air-conditioned lecture room with a seating capacity of 160, the laboratories and stock rooms of Anatomy, Biochemistry, Physiology, and Preventive Medicine, all equipped with facilities adequate to pursue the laboratory requirements, and the offices of the Dean and the faculty.

The following year, half of the third floor of the same building was also given to the College to accommodate another big air-conditioned lecture room, the laboratories and stock rooms of Pathology, Microbiology and Parasitology, and faculty offices. In its third year of operation, half of the remaining area of the third floor was further acquired by the College for another big air-conditioned lecture room, which can be converted into 6 small rooms for group discussions and a bigger office for the Dean.

Before the College had its own teaching hospital, the Central Luzon Regional Hospital, now known as the Jose B. Lingad Memorial Regional Hospital, a 250-bed service and training hospital for Region III had been and still is utilized for clinical teaching. The affiliation of the College with this government hospital was approved by the Department of Health for which a contract of agreement between the 2 institutions is executed every 2 years. In addition, a departmentalized Out-Patient Department was established within the University Campus in March 1985.

On February 23, 1990, the St. Martin de Porres Hall, a 125-bed teaching hospital owned by the University was inaugurated with former President Corazon C. Aquino as principal sponsor. It was only on May 25, 1990 that the hospital, now known as the AUF Medical Center, opened its doors to serve the community. Dr. Rodolfo C. Dimayuga, who resigned as Dean of the College in October 1989, was appointed the first Director of the hospital. Dr. Presentacion C. Peralta succeeded as the second Dean of the College with Dr. Angelica D. Francisco as College Secretary, effective November 1, 1989. In April 1991, Dr. Linda Luz G. Amante replaced Dr. Francisco as College Secretary while Dr. Reynaldo Lopez was appointed Assistant Dean. Effective June 15, 1992, the new officials of the College are as follows: Dr. Reynaldo V. Lopez, Dean, Dr. Edwin F. Vivares, Assistant Dean, and Dr. Armando A. Rosales, College Secretary. In April 1994, Dr. Marivic C. Amigable-Villamor was appointed as Assistant Dean and concurrently College Secretary.

As of May 1, 1996, Dr. Anita S. Sanchez was appointed as College Secretary. On June 1, 1996, Dr. Reynaldo E. Espiritu was appointed as Assistant Dean for the Basic Sciences while Dr. Romeo Y. Enriquez was assistant Dean for the Clinical Sciences.

Effective May 1, 1998, the following are the new officials of the College: Dr. Romeo Y. Enriquez, Dean and Dr. Kathryna Lesley Tamayo-Ayro, College Secretary. Dr. Anita S. Sanchez was re-appointed as College Secretary from May 1, 2002 to April 30,2004, then as Assistant Dean starting May 1,2004.

At present, the College is located at the third and fourth floors of the San Lorenzo Ruiz and San Agustin twin buildings which were inaugurated on December 1994 to replace the old San Lorenzo Ruiz Hall which was gutted down by fire on March 17, 1993.

The College, the eleventh academic unit organized by the University, started with 150 students in school year 1983-1984. In line with its commitment of providing quality education, a policy of selective retention was implemented. Only 48 of the original 150 remained as the first graduates of the college. To date, the College has produced 910 doctors, four of whom have placed in the top 20 of the Physicians' Licensure Examinations. MBBS fee russia, ukrain & china

Upon approval of the Board of Trustees, an innovative curriculum utilizing problem-based learning as a teaching-learning approach was implemented in June 2000.

Mission Statement

The School of Medicine is committed to promote quality and relevant medical education, thereby producing quality and compassionate medicalpractitioners with a social conscience, dedicated to the service of God and humanity.

Philosophy and goals

Medical education in the Philippines continues to be charged with being so hospital-oriented that it has failed to produce physicians who are responsive to the needs of the country. Instead, its products, being tailor-made for practice in the developed countries, easily leave the country. Moreover, the cost of medical education has become so prohibitive that admission to medical school is almost limited to the elite.

The Angeles University Foundation established the medical school, which is university-based, community-oriented, and committed to develop broadly educated physicians.

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