Why MBBS in Philippines

Why choose Philippines for Medical Education / MBBS?

Philippines has become an Educational Hub for aspiring Foreign Medical students and the country is being more attracted towards Indian students for their Doctor of Medicine ( ≈ MBBS) program.

Major reasons for choosing Philippines
as a destination for you

  • Official_Language

    English as an
    Official Language

  • Tropical_Climate

    Tropical Climate

  • Disease_Patterns

    Disease Patterns
    similar to India

  • Medical_Degree

    Globally recognized
    Medical degree

  • Medical_Education

    Affordable Cost
    of Medical Education

  • Clinical_Exposure

    Clinical Exposure

Why Choose UPHSD

University of Perpetual Help System DALTA

The University of Perpetual Help System DALTA has been providing quality education since 1975, and has attracted intelligent minds from all across the globe to experience world class education. University of Perpetual Help System DALTA is all about creating “Academic Excellence” and “World Top Professionals”.

Our University’s Edge

  • Quality Education

    46 Years of Proven
    Quality Education

  • Autonomous

    Autonomous Status

  • bedded hospital

    Affiliated with 1000
    bedded hospital

  • Hands-on

    Clinical practise

  • On Campus

    On Campus
    Accommodation with
    Indian Food

  • Medicine

    Produced TOPNOTCHERS
    in Medicine

  • city-capital

    Located in Manila
    city – capital
    of Philippines

  • MCI & WHO

    Listed in MCI & WHO

  • Pinas Campus

    Medical College, Hospital &
    Accommodation in Las
    Pinas Campus

  • Indian Embassy

    Close to International
    Airport, Indian Embassy

  • Several Awards

    Several Awards from
    PACUCOA in recognition of
    its excellence in education

  • highest

    3rd highest number of
    accredited programs
    in Philippines

Accreditation & Recognition


Perpetual Help
Medical Center

  • Multi-Speciality Hospital
  • 1st Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) Affiliated Reserve Medical Center
  • Level 3 Medical Center
  • Accredited Hospital by the Government for COVID-19 Patients
  • High Dose Radiation Brachytherapy for Cancer Patients
Medical Learning

Effective Medical Learning
in University of Perpetual Help


A dead human body that is used by medical students to learn anatomy and dissect cadavers as a part of their education.

Digital Cadaver - Anatomage Table

A virtual human body dissection tool for highly accurate real anatomy view.


Clinical Rotations by
Indian Medical Students

Clinical Clerkship are the final phases of the medical program in which medical students or future doctors get an opportunity to visit hospitals, learn medicine practically through working in hospitals, dealing with patients, providing patient care and treatment under the supervision of a health practitioner.

The University of Perpetual Help System DALTA remains committed to its mission in providing the highest quality of education among its students despite the limitations caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Considering the global pandemic, the Perpetual had started conducting the Virtual (Online) classes through Video Conferencing for this Academic Year 2021-22.

Online Classes

goes Virtual

for AY 2021-22
  • Online Classes

    Virtual Online Classes
    during Covid-19
    Global lock down

  • learning


  • Continue education

    Continue education
    despite the pandemic

  • learning options

    learning options

Medical Graduates

Indian Medical Graduates
from University of Perpetual Help

2019 passed out Indian Medical Graduate from University of Perpetual Help
clears FMGE (Foreign Medical Graduate Exam)
December 2019 in 1st Attempt

MCI Screening Test Coaching


FMGE/ NEXT Lab helps Medical Graduates to prepare and boost their score in Medical Council of India (MCI) Screening Test, currently called as Foreign Medical Graduates Examination (FMGE), and that is going to be changed as National Exit Exam (NEXT) in upcoming years. This FMGE/ NEXT Lab will help to improve your score by providing practice on important questions based on the questions asked in previous FMGE/NEET PG examinations, that covers all the subjects prescribed in the FMGE/ NEXT examination syllabus.

Educational Partner

FENCE Education Consultancy

The gateway to University
of Perpetual Help

Fence Education Consultancy Inc. is an authorized educational recruitment partner of University of Perpetual Help System DALTA, a pioneer in the field of Philippines overseas medical education has brought medical education to the doorstep of every student.

  • End to End Services from Admission to registration as Doctors in India.
  • Fence Office Inside Campus to take care of Students Enrolment & Visa
  • 1000+ Indian students recruited for Philippines Medical University
  • Direct Admission Office in various locations in India
  • Dedicated Team of 30 members working continuously in Philippines
  • Provide Separate Accommodation for Boys & Girls within Campus
  • Serves South Indian Food inside the hostel
  • Variety of Indian Foods are served in Fence Indian Canteen

Hostel - A home away from home

FENCE Education Consultancy in association with University of Perpetual Help System
DALTA offers a separate residential block for Boys & Girls that reflect the diversity
of our student population.

Boys - Hostel (U Lane Dormitory)

  • Air Conditioned Rooms
  • WIFI Enabled
  • Common Study Hall
  • In-built Washroom

Girls - Hostel (CIHM Dormitory)

  • Study Table & Wardrobe
  • Library
  • Biometric access
  • 24x7 Security
Our strength speaks

Happy Parents & Students

  • quotes

    "If you are looking for reliable, professional educational consultant for medical education in Philippines, as a doctor I strongly recommend Fence education and University of Perpetual Help System Dalta, Manila, Philippines".

    - Dr. Ruskin, ENT Surgeon

    (Parent of 2nd Year Medical Student)

Video Resources

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    Complete Guide

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    Doctors Explanation Video

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