FAQ's

No, an NMAT score of 90% and above is an absolute requirement for admission to our Medicine Proper program.
 

No, because our application period for AY 2019-2020 will end on February 15, 2019.
 

Yes, the implementing rules and regulations for admission of foreign students will be posted soon at UPCM website (www.upcm.ph)
 

None, our basis of evaluation is all academic subjects on your first 3 and ½ years of your BS or BA Degree. Any 4 year Baccalaureate degree is acceptable for admission.
 

You need to submit Certificate of Dual Citizenship from the Department of Foreign Affairs or a copy of your official Philippine Passport.
 

You need to submit Certificate of Non-Filing of Income Tax issued by the BIR, while for OFW parents you need to submit Certificate of Employment with Compensation.
 

No. All medical students do not pay tuition and only pay for miscellaneous fees.  Tuition is covered by cash grants for medical schools of state universities.
 

You must apply and comply first with our basic requirements for admission. Once accepted to MD program of UPCM, only then can you apply to the DOH scholarship as well as to other scholarships offerings in the college through the Office of Associate Dean for Faculty and Students (ADFS).
 

No, we do not accept students/applicants who have enrolled previously in other medical schools.