It is the unique vision of the founder to have graduated many doctors of Medicine from the
Manila Theological College to practice their profession with a Bible in one hand and a
stethoscope in the other.
The Manila Theological College has expanded its course offering in the College and
Graduate School with proper recognition by the Commission on Higher Education.
The additional courses were opened cognizant of the mission-vision beneficial to people in line with
service and discipleship.
Manila Theological College was founded by a Korean Missionary who was sent here in the
Philippines by the Korean Reformed Presbyterian. The Korean missionary Rev. Choi, Chang-Hoan,
Ph.D., had undergone a long and ardent missionary journey and hard work for almost four years
before he finally founded the Manila Theological College. He had conferred with the Commission on
Higher Education for the college permission and recognition which were readily granted. In other
words,the Manila Theological College was recognized by the Philippine government.
On June 13, 1988, Rev. Choi, Chang-Hoan negotiated with the Department of Education
Culture & Sports for the United Asian Missionary to be renamed United Asian Theological College.
The move was endorsed by the Department of Education, Culture and Sports. In 1989, the college
was in the campus of the University of the Philippines in Los Baños, where the session studies of
theological students of church workers from Manila and nearby provinces were conducted. A year
later, 1990, a school building was built for the college in Sta. Rosa, Laguna. In this building it
continued its operation.
On August 4, 1991, the college was renamed Manila Theological College, and was
registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Department of Education, Culture and
Sports endorsed the College’s new name. The Manila Theological College offered Bible Training
course and Korean Language for free, using the compound of the Polytechnic University of the
Philippines –Manila for its class sessions. The entire ministry was done by Rev. Choi & his family.
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Bachelor of Arts in Christian Education
Bachelor of Science in Theology
Bachelor of Science in Social Work & Welfare
Bachelor of Science in Biology- New (1st -4th year)
Master of Arts in Theology
Master of Arts in Christian Education
– Major in General Science
– Major in English Language
– Major in Educational
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UV Gullas College of Medicine Fees Structure 2021
|COURSE DURATION||5 1⁄2 Years.|
|FOOD & ACC (PER YR)(AprxINR)||180,000.00|
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The UV Gullas College of Medicine Fees is to be remitted to the bellow mentioned bank account through wire transfer :
Bank : UNION BANK OF PHILIPPINES
Account Name : Gullas College of Medicne, Inc
Account Number : 001130010585
Swift code : UBPHPHMM
Branch : BORROMEO ST., CEBU CITY
Bank : PHILIPPINE NATIONAL BANK
Account Name : Gullas College of Medicine, Inc
Account Number : 300170005725
Swift code : PNBMPHMM
Branch : CEBU-BANILADMA, LUSA PARK
UV FACILITIATES TOTAL COURSE IN HOUSE HOSTEL FACILITY, NO OTHER CAMPUSES IN PHILIPPINES EVER PROVIDED SUCH FACILITY FOR THE FOREIGN NATIONAL STUDENTS.
ALONG WITH IT 24X7 CCTV SURVEILLANCE, PROVIDED INDIAN FOOD IN CANTEEN
SEPARATE HOSTELS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
ALONG WITH SAFETY AND SECURITY UV ALSO PROVIDING FREE WIFI FACILITY IN CAMPUS TO FACILITATE THE STUDENTS AND PROVIDING AIR CONDITIONED ROOMS AS AN ADD ON FACILITY ( Optional )
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Philippines is famous for its cuisine and an entire range of delicacies.
At UV Gullas College of Medicine, Indian food is available for Indian students. The menu is customized and made specially for Indian students so that they feel at home and are able to focus more on their studies without missing their motherland. Watch our students share their experiences on food & hostel life at UV Gullas!
NO. There is no donation or capitation fee of any kind in UV Gullas College of Medicine. Students need to pay only the nominal tuition fee.
1).English is the medium of education:
Philippines is the 3rd largest English speaking country in the world. So English is spoken widely across the country. It’ll be a smooth transition for students from Asian countries especially India, in both classrooms and for living in the city. That is why past Indian students of UV Gullas College of medicine feel home at Philippines. Hear it from them directly here. Whereas to study MBBS in other countries like Russia, Germany and China, you need to learn their native languages.
2). Cost of living:
Philippines is one of the 5 cheapest countries to live in the world, the cost of living, combined with fees structure is more affordable for Indian students than any other countries compared to the quality of education provided at UV Gullas.
3). Same weather conditions:
Philippines is a subtropical country with weather conditions almost similar to India. So, it helps the students to adapt easily for a living and also to get used to practicing medicine in a country similar to India, with similar weather and geographical patterns, unlike the other cold European countries where everything is completely different.
4). American education system:
As the MD Syllabus in Philippines follows the American education system, students can crack the USMLE examinations easily. Students from UV Gullas is recognized all over the world as quality healthcare practitioners.
5). Same disease pattern:
As the Philippines has similar weather conditions like in India, the disease patterns are almost the same. It helps Indian students to have a smooth transition when they come back to practice medicine in India. Watch proud Indian Students at UV Gullas College of Medicine explain the benefits of studying in a globally recognized university.
Yes! There is no difference between M.D Degree and MBBS degree. However, from this year onwards, the MCI(Medical Council of India – also now known as the National Medical Commission), has decided to conduct a comprehensive test called NEXT – National Exit Test for students who have done MBBS from India or Abroad. As per the new regulation, passing the test makes one eligible to practice within the country. This has being implemented to prevent Quackery which has been on a on a rise for the past decade.
You should also know that Indian students from UV Gullas College of Medicine have showed extremely high success rate in the MCI screening test over the years!
Yes! As a general practice, students who study medicine abroad should pass a screening test which before was called FMGE(Foreign Medical Graduate Exam) and now it has been replaced by the NEXT(NEXT – National Exit Test). The NEXT is conducted by the Medical Council of India (Now known as the National Medical Commission) where students who have learned medicine from within India or abroad have to attempt it, and pass in order to be eligible to practice. This has never been a worry for alumni of UV Gullas College of Medicine, because they have one of the highest success rates in passing MCI’s screening test with flying colors.
Class 10th and Class 12th mark sheet photocopies and a copy of a photo ID proof are required to start the admission processing for UV Gullas College of Medicine. During the admission process, passport, and a set of 19 original documents will be needed. For more details contact our representative at +91 9573688300.
Students should have more than 50% marks in physics, chemistry, biology or botany and zoology for the 12th grade and should have passed NEET so that they are eligible to come back and practice in India. to pursue MBBS in Philippines. For those who haven’t passed the NEET entrance, there is still hope as they can start off with the medical education without wasting a year in NEET REPEAT or the Repeaters batch again. For more details contact our representative at
The total duration of this Doctor of Medicine (MD) course is 5.5 years. The first 18 months focuses on building a foundation for a strong medical education and is called the Bachelor of Science program. Subsequent, 4 years contain the theoretical side of medicine and the practical implementation through processes called Skills Labs, Clinical Rotation, Cadaver Training etc. Though the program is richer, intense, deeper and contains PG level of Medical knowledge, it is considered as an equivalent to the MBBS programs offered in India.
Yes. Students who study medicine abroad should pass screening test conducted by Medical Council of India to join higher studies in Indian medical colleges.
There are no age requirements set by the medical university for admission. Philippines Embassy gives Student Visa only for students who are 18 years of age. If you are 17 years old, you can get Special Study Permit(SSP) which is valid for one semester (UV Gullas College of Medicine, Cebu City, deems the semester as per the course followed by the student which may vary from 4 months to 6 months). After one semester, if you have not crossed 18 years, you have option to renew SSP till you become eligible and this process goes on till the student acquires the Student Visa. Click to find more details on Philippines student visa.
UV Gullas College of Medicine is recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI). MCI validates the quality of a University and the colleges affiliated to it, before approving them to provide education to Indian students. As a mark of quality and trust, UV Gullas is approved by global organizations such as WHO, CHED, FAIMER, ECFMG, etc.
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IN compliance with CHED -DOH joint memorandum circular(JMC), GCM is applying for the gradual limited Face-Face classes for 1’st year to 3’rd Year in the AY 2021-22, Hence the listed Documents are required to comply
1. Is everybody required to comply? Yes
2. If I am outside the Country, should I still comply?
3. What if I cannot comply all the requirements, what will I do?
Send whatever you can comply on or before May 24, 2021 but please take note that it will affect our application as we have to send names to CHED of those who have complied. Therefore, make sure to send remaining requirements through the given link even after May 24, 2021 the soonest.
4. When will I know that I should go for RT-PCR Test?
Once the school receives the permit from CHED, five days prior to the actual start of classes an advisory will be posted in MS Teams. Hence, 3 days prior to the posted class start, you must have your RT-PCR Test.
5. I’m outside of the Philippines and my Visa expired already, what shall I do?
First, contact your Consultant for assistance. Second, once the face-to-face application is approved by CHED, the school will request for an endorsement by CHED for No Objection Certificate (NOC) for you to return to the Philippines. The NOC will be attached by the school when assisting your application to the DFA for the Clearance or Endorsement / Approval for your entry to the Philippines. With the help of your Consultant, you may apply for your Tourist Visa (9A) or Student Visa (9F) so that you can be allowed entry to the Philippines. You need CHED NOC and DFA approval in your application.
6. Can the school provide Endorsement Letter for the vaccination?
Yes, kindly email email@example.com. They will be the one to prepare the endorsement for the students. However, you must register to the Mandaue vaccination link at: http://mics.cebucity.gov.ph/vims
7. I received one vaccine outside of Cebu, can I have my second dose in Mandaue through its vaccination link?
What if the vaccine I received is different from the vaccine available in Mandaue, what will I do? Please inform the Dean’s Office through Ms. Cristy at firstname.lastname@example.org, they will guide you on what to do. Please inform the Dean’s Office through Ms. Cristy at email@example.com and provide them with your first dose vaccination details.
8. I have received two vaccinations outside of Mandaue, shall I still register in the Mandaue link?
No. 2 Covid vaccinations are enough.
9. How about the current MD3 going to MD-4, are they still included?
Yes, they are included. All present 1st year to 3rd year medical students need to comply. However, there will be an advisory coming from the Chief of Clinics for the incoming 4 th yrs. You may also get in-touch with Chief of Clinics Office through firstname.lastname@example.org or chat in MS Teams through Ms. Shaira Flores.
10. Can I have insurance from abroad?
Yes, you can but make sure that it has covid coverage and also can be used here in the Philippines and valid for 1 year
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