Emilio Aguinaldo College of Medicine
The Emilio Aguinaldo College School of Medicine was founded on July 23, 2001, by Dr. Paulo C. Campos, a National Scientist in Nuclear Medicine.
The college is an outstanding institution for medical education and health research. The Emilio Aguinaldo College School of Medicine provides 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 Emilio Aguinaldo College School of Medicine is staffed by dedicated, respected and competent academicians, as well as clinicians who are well-known in their fields of speciality. It implements an outcome-based, synchronized curriculum, with early clinical integration and emphasis on the 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.
Choosing your school is one of the most important decisions you will make. It’s not just about the right course; it’s also about getting the most out of college life.
At Emilio Aguinaldo College, your student life can be anything you want it to be – an enjoyable experience in a true cosmopolitan environment in our Manila campus or in an arcadian environment in our Cavite campus.
Students from India after class 12 first have to enroll in a class pre-medical course for 8 months before they will get admitted to the 4 year medical course. If the student has done B.Sc course they can be admitted directly to MD course.
The four-year medical course progresses from the study of the normal to the abnormal human being. Most subjects are yearly courses taken up for two semesters.