Given its Level I accreditation status by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU), an external body that checks the quality standards of universities, the college continues to provide world-class, advanced, and safe quality education. From the traditional ways of examining the cadavers to using high technology 3D dissection table called the Anatomage specifically acquired to ensure the safety of students in the new normal without sacrificing the teaching and learning quality.
The university has its own hospital where all clinical clerkships are conducted. Our students will have the opportunity to experience being trained in a real clinical set-up in a tertiary hospital before they face the real world of being a physician.
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Your path to saving lives starts here, become a holistic doctor through our Doctor of Medicine program. One of the seven pioneer medical schools in the Philippines with an extensive alumni network and full support and exposure from our own partner tertiary hospital, the College of Medicine will make you an exceptional doctor.
Community exposure is an experience-based strategy to run for four (4) weeks, wherein students in the health professions will have an opportunity to experience the way of life in the community, engage with the people, and discover the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats encountered by the community. This will allow the student to better understand the dynamics of community life, and the realization of the different community concerns through exposure to actual life situations specifically in the deprived, depressed, and underprivileged community of Maysilo, Malabon City and apply knowledge and skills to benefit the partner community. Community exposure is also one way of teaching students that developing trust with their patients “requires some understanding of the social, economic, psychological and cultural issues” faced by these people.
Applications must be received at least eight (8) months before the start of your selected elective. Please read the application procedure before applying.
Community Immersion is a two-week orientation under the Department of Family and Community Medicine that deals with the principles of Primary Health Care (PHC), health promotion, and disease prevention. Students will participate in community diagnosis, prioritization, program planning, community organization, and social mobilization. Students (Clinical Clerks) encourage community participation, which includes participatory action research and training of barangay health workers, promoting sharing of responsibility to maintain the health of the people between the Community and the Institution.
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The Medical Student Council is the central coordinating body that serves as a liaison between the students, faculty, and administration. Its officers are elected by the medical students of MCU College of Medicine.
Aims to develop among the medical students, the proper attitude, and values necessary to serve others and promote a healthcare approach that is responsive to the need of Filipinos.
USR is one of the longest-standing confraternities in the MCU College of Medicine and is the only confraternity registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The organization serves as a training ground for members to become holistic doctors by means of various exposure in medical and surgical missions and relief operations in Metro Manila and nearby provinces.
Aims to develop medical students who are made conscious of the cultural, religious, social, and academic undertakings demanded by their profession. Pax Romana, more than just a religious organization has the motto “Pax Christi in Regno Christi” or “Peace of Christ in the Kingdom of Christ.”
Develops the social and academic awareness of a medical student. Members share common interests and views mindful of the need for a unified and responsive organization that is representative of the aspiration of both individuals and the whole.
Each MCU College Faculty is equipped with significant years of further education, experience, training, and recognition. Our roster of high-caliber faculty is committed to continuously upholding the mission, vision, and purpose of the University.
Through innovative education and a culture of excellence, we have been transforming learners into future leaders since 1904. Equipped with mastery in skills and empowered with steadfast character, to contribute to, and overcome the challenges of our rapidly changing world.
Knowledge and skills work hand in hand for career progression. These are 2 key cores that MCU equipped me to be an IT Analyst in a multinational company - a role I just dreamt a few years ago. Armed with innovative education from my Computer Science degree, I feel to deliver values to the business using those diverse exposures I earned being a Centralino
Among the pioneer batch of MCU – College of Physical Therapy, Manila Central University’s Dean of College of Physical Therapy, formally took his oath as the newly appointed Chairman of the Board for Physical and Occupational Therapy Board before the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) administered by its chairman, Hon. Teofilo S. Pilando, Jr., last March 9, 2022 at the Commission's Office at the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC), Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City.
I am Mark Alexis Balverde an alumnus batch 2010 who is currently working in the United States of America as PT specifically in Pediatric and Geriatric facility. My college life was a bit rough because I am a happy go lucky type of person. I failed but I never intend to quit. After passing my Philippine licensure examination I’ve rested for a while but decided to pursue my dream here in the US last 2016...read more
For someone who has difficulties in science subjects, she continued to pursue a science related course. MCU gave her a chance to turn this weakness into strength. She is determined to improve her weakness, to be resilient and to persevere to be what she wants to become...read more
During her college days, she has been very consistent and one of the top performing students in her class. Likewise, she also excels in co-curricular activities and participated in many worthwhile activities sponsored by the College of Pharmacy and other schools of Pharmacy in the Philippines...read more
I always keep in mind to "Ail for the best para if worse comes to worst pasado ako." I remember going to college undecided, not knowing what to take. I enrolled at MCU already on the 2nd week of class. I didn't even know what Physical Therapy is, all I just want is a medical related course...read more