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COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

The College of Medicine accepts applicants for incoming first year medical students during the first semester
of each school year. Lateral entrees from other medical schools are not entertained. Previous applicants may
not apply.
The MCAT applications are opened in November of each year, but applicants may already present their
documents to the College staff for evaluation as early as August, so that the applicants are afforded ample
time to produce necessary documents that are currently not in their possession.
Deadline of submission of requirements is on the 30th of January, while the MCAT is usually scheduled on
the 2nd Sunday of February.
N.B.: Application is extended up to 13 February 2015!

Criteria for Admission


1. Must be a natural Filipino citizen
2. Must have complied with all academic preparations
3. General Weighted Average of 2.50 or its equivalent or better
4. Must have an NMAT of 45 or above
5. Must have no failure in any subject in the undergraduate course (NEW!)
6. Must have no record of having been dropped from any medical school
7. Must have no record of having been denied admission in the PLM-CM
8. Must have no record of conviction of a crime involving moral turpitude
9. Must pass the MCAT
10. Must have passed a panel of interview
11. Willing to sign a memorandum of agreement to serve in the community designated by the College

Academic Preparations
1. He/She must be a holder of Bachelors Degree conferred upon by a duly recognized education institution
2. He/She must have earned credits in the following areas, and must have satisfied the required minimum
numbers of units in the subject specifically enumerated herein:
Sciences: 35 units
Chemistry: 10 units
Inorganic Chemistry: 5 units
Organic Chemistry/Biochemistry: 5 units
Natural Sciences: 15 units (5 units should at least be Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy or Human
Anatomy and Physiology
Physics: 5 units
Microbiology or Elem. Genetics: 5 units
Mathematics: 6 units
Algebra: 3 units
Elementary Statistics/Biostatistics: 3 units
Language and Communication: 9 units
Social Sciences: 9 units
(Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, History, Anthropology)
Humanities: 3 units
(Art Appreciation, Logic, Philosophy)

How to apply: (NEW! Ref.: College of Medicine)


1. Submit original and duplicate copies of the following for initial screening:
Birth Certificate (NSO copy)
Official Transcript of Record/Special Order No.
2 Letters of certification of Good Moral Character
Certificate of General Weighted Average from the Registrar/College
Diploma/Certificate of Graduation
NMAT Result

Manila Voter's ID/Voter's Certification issued by the COMELEC


Student's residence certificate (cedula)
Baranggay Clearance in the place of residence
NBI Clearance
Any other document to prove Manila residency
Parent's latest Income Tax Return (ITR) and/or Affidavit of Support and ITR of benefactor
Enrollment form for supplemental subjects required
Self-addressed stamped envelope
Long brown envelope and long file folder
2. If qualified to take MCAT, get certification from the college and pay MCAT fee at the Cashier's Office.
3. Get application form and MCAT permit at the College of Medicine office.
4. Take the MCAT exam as scheduled and present yourself for interview. Interview schedule will be given
after the MCAT exam.
Note: Application will not be processed unless documents are completed.
The Dean reserves the right to invalidate the result of the MCAT if the applicant has not satisfactorily met
the admission criteria and has not complied with all the above requirements, in which case the applicants
shall be denied admission to the College of Medicine.

UERMM

General Application and Admission Guidelines*


I. General Policy
UERMMMC, Inc. subscribes to a selective but non-discriminatory admission policy in accepting students. All
applicants to the first year level shall comply with the general requirements set by the Admissions Office and specific
to the program. However, the University reserves the right to refuse admission to any applicant who fails to meet the
set standards and requirements.
II. Application
A. General Requirements (for local applicants)
1. Accomplished online Application with signature (2 copies)
2. Photocopy of Birth Certificate from NSO
3. Photocopy of Marriage Certificate from NSO (if applicable)
4. Certification from Dean/Principals Office that the applicant belongs to the graduating class
5. Certificate of good moral character
6. 2X2 Colored Pictures with white background with complete name (4 copies)
7. 1 long folder and 1 brown envelope
8. Accomplished Secondary Scholastic Form by the Principal/Registrar
9. Transcript of Records and National Medical Admission Test (NMAT) Report of Percentile Score (valid within the last
2 years) (For Medicine only)
10. Application and processing fee

IV. Admission Requirements:


A. General Requirements
1. Satisfactory scholastic record
2. Passed UERM Admission Test and/or Interview
3. Physically and psychologically fit
4. Original copy of Birth Certificate from NSO
5. Original copy of Marriage Certificate from NSO (if applicable)
B. Additional Requirements
1. Transfer credential certificate from the last school attended
2. Required NMAT percentile score (valid within the last 2 years)
3. Passed all qualifying/validating examinations and interview
C. General Procedure for Admission
1. Fill up Application Form online, print out, sign and attach listed requirements.
2. Submit accomplished application form and requirements on/or before the set deadline to the Admissions Office.
3. Secure payment slip and pay non-refundable and non-transferable Application Fee at the Cashier.
4. Take the UERM Admission Test (if applicable).
5. Secure schedule for interview from the Admissions Office. Schedule will also be posted at http://www.uerm.edu.ph.
6. Check status of admission at http://www.uerm.edu.ph. You might also receive SMS or email notice.
7. Pay the non-refundable and non-transferable reservation fee on the scheduled period. The amount will depend on
the accepting college.
8. Enroll on the scheduled period of enrolment.

* Based on the Revised Student Handbook 2014