• MBBS in Philippines - Emilio Aguinaldo College (EAC) was founded in 1951 under the name of Marian School of Midwifery.
• The Emilio Aguinaldo College of Medicine was established on July 23, 2001 and it has two campuses in Manila city and greater Manila.
• It is approved by Commission of Higher Education (CHED) Philippines.
• EAC's mission is to develop responsible people through relevant and quality education.
• State-of-the-art facilities help students develop & acquire knowledge. EAC continuously improves its academic offerings, designed on global standards to equip students in their chosen endeavors.
• It provides an educational and scientific environment that prepares students to be professionally competent, socially relevant and compassionate physicians.
• EAC is committed to: Reforms on medical education, social accountability of medical schools, educating and training relevant, competent and compassionate physicians who will be effective health care providers, researchers and teachers imbued with a strong desire to continue the pursuit of knowledge and a deep sense of service to the local society and the community of nations.
• EAC is located in Manila, the capital of the Philippines.
• The population of Manila is over 20 million (2 crores).
• This is the heart of the administrative and commercial center of the Philippines.
• The best medical hospitals are located in Manila.
• EAC is located 500 meters from the Indian Temple in UN Avenue, 9 kilometers from The Indian Embassy and 13 kilometers from the International Airport.
• The location – advantage is great for international students who get exposed to the best education, culture and hospitals in the Philippines.
• 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 with 24 enrollees. Dr. Salvador R. Salceda, an ophthalmologist, became the first Dean (2001-2003), followed by a gastroenterologist, Dr. Esteban P. Pineda (2003-2010), and a surgical oncologist, Dr. Conrado C. Cajucom (2010-2013). The fourth and present Dean is Dr. Asuncion L. Abaya-Morido, a general surgeon and the former Hospital Director of Medical Center Manila, now known as the Manila Med.
• Our founder envisioned the School of Medicine to be an outstanding institution for medical education and health research. As such, the School shall provide an education and scientific environment that prepares the students to become professionally competent, socially-relevant and compassionate physicians with a strong commitment to lifelong learning. It is also committed to undertake relevant reforms on medical education in response to changing national and global health needs and scenarios, as well as newly generated medical information.
• 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.
• In the past, classrooms, laboratory facilities and offices were all confined at the 9th floor of Building 7, and Building 5. But due to the growing population of both medical students and faculty members, expansion to the EAC Building 7, 10th floor became necessary.
• 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. It is competently manned by active and visiting consultants, who are well-respected in their various fields of expertise and committed to teaching both the students and resident trainees during bed-side rounds and conferences In addition to this, 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, which is strategically located in Dasmariñas, Cavite and that is best suited for community health-oriented programs. Community rotations in Pasay City, Metro Manila and selected government units in Cavite, through the Department of Family and Community Medicine, are also included to provide the students a better exposure and learning experience to caring for the marginalized sectors of our society.
• 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).
• Emilio Aguinaldo College aims to produce professionals ready to take on the rising challenges in today’s global job market.
• To make this possible, we hire only highly-qualified, local and foreign academicians who share in our confidence toward the potential of the Filipino youth. Thus our students are able to learn from experienced mentors who are experts and often leaders in their field of study.
• We also place high priority in taking care of and supporting our faculty members and staff so all together, we can continue making EAC a world-class educational institution
• Emilio Aguinaldo College of Medicine offers world-class education necessary for students to rise above the challenges of the highly-competitive job market.
• Its four academic clusters – Allied Health, Arts and Humanities, Education, and Business, ICT, and Hotel Management – is comprised of 14 schools, each offering a wide array of undergraduate, master’s, and doctorate programs as well as diploma and certificate programs, providing students the opportunity to explore their passions.
• The Graduate School of Emilio Aguinaldo College offers graduate programs designed to ensure comprehensive and thorough training needed for teaching and research in special fields of study.
• Universities provide accommodation to their students. Hostels are equipped with internet service and other allied facilities. Each room has its individual heating system. The rooms are furnished. Generally, three students are allotted a room. These rooms are fully furnished and have attached bathroom with them. The hostels are guarded 24/7 by trained security personnel. There are separate hostels for girls and boys.
Indian Mess in Philippines / Indian Mess in Emilio Aguinaldo College of Medicine.
The hostel proffers students with mess system wherein they are fed on food cooked by an Indian cook with Indian spices and contains Indian taste. It includes breakfast, lunch and dinner. And as far as laundry is concerned, it is provided for the students who require, once a week.