List of Subjects in MD = MBBS in Philippines

mbbs in philippines

mbbs in philippines


Whenever you’re making a decision about your future, it is necessary to have clear understanding and vision about how it is going to make an impact on the rest of your life.

Especially when it comes to education, it is necessary to take your time to analyse the right place that satisfies your needs in all possible ways.

One such need is getting quality education. Education that feeds you with adequate practical knowledge and that which makes you feel confident about the knowledge gained.

MBBS in Philippines is one of the most preferred and affordable choices for high quality education among Indian students.

In this blog, you will get to know the curriculum of MBBS in the Philippines.

Indian students who have just completed their Class 12 are required to have a pass mark in the NEET exam and are enrolled in a 1 year Bachelor course prior to the 4 year medical course.

Students who have a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree can get direct admission for the 4 year medical course.

So here is what you will be learning in the 4 year medical course in the Philippines:


1st year:

Gross Anatomy





Preventive Medicine & Community Health I

Psychiatry I

Principle of Medical Practice I


2nd year of MD:

General Pathology

Medicine I


Pharmacology I

Clinical Pathology


Preventive Medicine and Community Health II

Surgery I

Principle of Medical Practice II

Obstetrics I

Paediatrics I

Psychiatry II


In small groups, students start meeting patients in actual hospital setting where they are introduced to history taking and physical examination.


3rd year:

Medicine II

Surgery II

Paediatrics II

Obstetrics II

Pharmacology II

Preventive Medicine and Community Health III

Clinico-Pathologic Conference/Special Topics in Pathology



Psychiatry III



Legal Medicine/Medicine Jurisprudence


4th year:

Medicine [ten weeks]

Paediatrics [eight weeks]

Surgery [eight weeks]

Obstetrics & Gynaecology [eight weeks]

Preventive Medicine and Community Health IV [four weeks]

Psychiatry [two weeks]

Ophthalmology [two weeks]

Otorhinolaryngology [two weeks]

Radiology [two weeks]

Anaesthesiology [two weeks]

Seminar II


The 4th year or clinical clerkship is when you get the most practical knowledge by interacting with the patients in the hospitals in the locality.


The University of Perpetual Help System Dalta is one of the most preferred institutions among Indian students for its quality education and ambience.

It also makes the student’s study life more comfortable and easier by providing accommodation on-campus with both North and South Indian foods at an affordable price.

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