UV Gullas Medical College was founded in 1977. The college was founded to deliver better doctors and medical services. The first ever dean Dr. Renato Espinosa of UV Gullas College of Medicine, Philippines, was one of the reasons for the institution’s strong foundations. Later on, Madame Gliceria Lucero Gullas who became its comptroller with Hon. Eduardo R Gullas and Jose R Gullas as its Vice-Presidents who were children of Ms. Dona Josefina Gullas’ were able to take UV Gullas College of Medicine to its new heights today, by continuing the good work.
The UV Gullas College of Medicine, based in Cebu City, was created to provide quality medical curriculum to the students of Visayas and Mindanao. UV Gullas today, caters to students, not only within Philippines, but also from all across the world. Students from India, Thailand, Nigeria, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Iran, Nepal, Japan and United States also study on the campus.
UV Gullas, fosters active learning and critical thinking, by incorporating pedagogical approaches, through earlier clinical experience, advanced clinical and basic/population science experiences, and a scholarly project. The In-campus UV Gullas hostel and the 24 hour security features ensure that the students are safe and sound. Facilities such as study halls and libraries allows every student to plan an individual pathway to their degree in medicine.
For over three decades, UV Gullas College of Medicine has excelled not only in teaching the practice of medicine but also in bringing out the best in our students. There are some key advantages of studying in UV Gullas College of Medicine, which prepares the students to excel in the fast paced landscape of modern medicine through a an updated curriculum and an in-sync syllabus grounded, in the study of leading biomedical science and clinical experiences, a rich diversity of degree program choices, and a history of innovation.
This has in fact resulted in our graduates working all over the world in various respectable positions as doctors, surgeons and researchers. The Program is so affordable, that any aspiring student can access it, to become a part of the healing world. This course, that offers an opportunity to do MBBS in Philippines, is accredited by all the major medical bodies across the globe too.
The services of UV Gullas College of Medicine depend on the philosophy of Amor, Servitium, Humanitas; meaning, we put Love, Leadership and Service to Humanity first. We believe in shaping a student’s career that broadens his perspective, and prepares him for a career of his choice. We look at creating Doctors with a heart.
Through our academic training, we try instilling culture of excellence in students that will help in a life-long process of learning for the development of his leadership potentials.
It is our vision to provide to every talented student with accessibility to functional, high-grade studies at affordable costs. We endeavor to improve educational reachability through innovation and strategy while even contributing to enhancement in quality of life for deserving individuals.
UV GULLAS aims to transform society through medicine. We strongly believe that we play a crucial role in the metamorphosis by imparting excellence through medical education programs. These are designed to deploy next-gen clinicians and specialists who will be exemplary role models in their own right. While fostering high integrity, our outputs involve honesty, accountability, trustworthiness, and technical inquisitiveness. With intrinsic planning and organization, we aspire to ingrain excellence in every student to provide effective, innovative, responsive and timely solutions.
Cebu is a province of the Philippines located in the Central Visayas , and consists of a main island and 167 surrounding islands and islets. Its capital is Cebu City, “the Queen City of the South”, the oldest city and first capital of the Philippines.
Cebu is the financial capital of Philippines and one of the most developed provinces in the Philippines with Metro Cebu being the second largest in the Philippines (after Metro Manila) with Cebu City as the main center of commerce, trade, education and industry in the Visayas. In a decade, it has transformed into a global hub for business processing services, tourism, shipping, furniture-making, and heavy industry.
The Philippines was named in honour of King Philip II of Spain. Spanish explorer Ruy López de Villalobos, in 1542, named the islands of Leyte and Samar Felipinas after the then-Prince of Asturias. Eventually the name Las Islas Filipinas would be used to cover all the islands of the archipelago.
Situated in the western Pacific Ocean, it consists of about 7,641 islands that are broadly categorized under three main geographical divisions from north to south: Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. The capital city of the Philippines is Manila and the most populous city is Quezon City, both part of Metro Manila. Bounded by the South China Sea on the west, the Philippine Sea on the east and the Celebes Sea on the southwest, the Philippines shares maritime borders with Taiwan to the north, Japan to the northeast, Vietnam to the west, Palau to the east, and Malaysia and Indonesia, to the south.
The Philippines’ international relations are based on trade with other nations. As a founding and active member of the United Nations, the Philippines has been elected several times into the Security Council. In addition, the Philippines is also a founding and active member of ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations), an organization designed to strengthen relations and promote economic and cultural growth among states in the Southeast Asian region.
Religiously, the Philippines is officially a secular state, although Christianity is the dominant faith. About 80.58% of the population professed Catholicism.
Literacy Rate in Philippines has a simple literacy rate of 95.6%. Filipino values are, for the most part, centered around maintaining social harmony and hence, are peace loving people.
Languages: Ethinologue lists 186 individual languages in the Philippines, 182 of which are living languages. However, Filipino and English are the official languages of the country and everybody speaks in English there.
Music: Due to different eras of colonisations, there are numerous influences in the field of music. However, most music before colonisation were reminiscent of nature. An example is the tribal music Koyu No Tebulul of the T’boli and Ambo Hato of the Ifugao.
Sports: Various Sports and past times are popular in the Philippines including basketball, boxing, volleyball, football(Soccer), American Football, badminton, Karate, taekwondo, billiards, bowling, chess. Motorcross, cycling and mountaineering are also becoming popular.
1. Affordable – the total cost would come in between 18 to 30 lacs, i.e., on an average you save 70% to 80% of your tuition
2. No Capitation or Donation is Required – Parents in India end up paying huge donations and capitation fees excluding the yearly fees. Wherein the Top Medical Schools in Philippines do not accept any donations and capitation fees. They give equal rights to all students.
3. No Entrance test is required for Admission and students just need 50% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Even IELTS or TOEFL is not required.
4. Extremely lost cost of living – The average monthly expense of a child would vary between 100 to 200 USD per month including all overhead expenses.
5. Next to Best in the World Infrastructural facility
6. Opportunity to get International Exposure – Students will get the chance to meet the students coming from different countries, ethnicity, and background.
7. English taught programmes – the total number of dialects in Philippines amounts to 186 in number of which 136 of them are still active. However, the major most popular medium of communication is English.
8. Less Dependence on NEET Rank
In UV Gullas Campus, we have a Techno Library efficiently run by Ms Ann, with our student assistant Mr. Clint, to help you out. Affixed with computer systems to browse, research and learn, coupled with the help of the latest books, our students are able to boost their studies and do in-depth meaningful research. At times, we even conduct discussion classes for our MBBS students with their professors within the library, so that the students get to refer books, while the discussion is going on.
Techno Campus is how you could describe our campus.
Supplicated with Smart Classrooms and Wifi hotspots to aid the students to do better research and activate their creativity and research. In a class, a professor takes classes through presentations and the students have well luxuriated comfortable AC classrooms where they are able to sit and write their notes about everything discussed.
Exclusive Study Halls – (The Jose R Gullas – Learning Resource Center) – are specifically set up in the UV Gullas Campus, to help the students study in full concentration and in group study where they are able to congregate and discuss their learning. Being also a Wifi-hotspot, the students can browse, learn and do research to do in-depth studies on the subjects covered.
1. Digitalised Microbiology and Pathology Labs – The specialty of these Digital Microbiology and Pathology Labs is that, they are the only ones of their kind in entire Philippines. And they are prepped up in UV Gullas College of Medicine Campus.
Curious to know the extent of digital integration in the UV Gullas labs?
Each desk is set up like a conference table that can seat 5 to 7 MBBS students. And each of these desks contain a screen that will be running the presentation prepared by the faculty. The faculty would be sitting at the podium with the presentation and running the slides while the children get to see the slides in person and have a better understanding. Mics and Air-conditioned rooms, help the students in terms of understanding what is being taught comfortably and audibly.
2. Anatomy Labs – Right after an Anatomy Theory session, the students are taken to the anatomy lab where they get to see and learn the practical session of what they learned.
UV Gullas with complete pride would like to make a statement that every possible stone upturned to ensure that the MBBS students studying on the UV Gullas Campus are comfortable while doing their MBBS in Philippines. Exclusive Air-Conditioned hostels for Foreign students within the UV Gullas campus is testament to that. The hostel is handled by the UV Gullas College of Medicine – Indian Admissions Office, Chennai, in Vadapalani, directly since the students are their responsibility. Separate on-campus hostel for boys and girls is present. Coupled with 24/7 security and CCTV cameras to ensure that they students are safe and accounted for. The UV Gullas Hostels have shopping centers also mapped to them, so that the students can buy the needed essentials without stepping out also.
UV Gullas Campus Dining – Indian food provided on campus – both Veg and Non-Veg. If required, the student can also be provided exclusive Jain food.
Wardens and Campus Coordinators – We have exclusive Wardens and Campus Coordinators for our MBBS Students staying on campus. The Wardens and the Campus Co-ordinators report to the UV Gullas College of Medicine – Indian Admissions Office since the students are sent by our Indian Staff.
We give a lot of importance to the holistic development of our MBBS students and hence encourage them to participate in extra-curricular activities of their choice. Spanning from Sports to Cultural Events to even Field related Quiz Competitions.
The students, therefore, have access to a wide range of equipment, dedicated teaching staff, stress free hostel facilities and amenities within the UV Gullas Campus to help them focus on nurturing their career.
|Program||Academic Year||Application fees in INR|
|For 3 Semerster and 1 Summer||INR 6,75,000|
|Doctor of Medicine (M.D)||MD – 1st Year||INR 2,98,000|
|MD – 2nd Year||INR 2,70,000|
|MD – 3rd Year||INR 2,70,000|
|MD – 4th Year||INR 2,70,000|
|Total in INR||INR 17,83,000|