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Bicol University

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Medical Colleges in Philippines offers superior quality medical education at an affordable price.All Medical Universities in Philippines are located in very beautiful and good cities of Philippines. Every city has its own distinctive feature. All most all the Medical Schools in Philippines are recognized by the WHO (World Health Organization). Usually the classes for the medicine program starts in the month of November at most of the Medical Colleges in Philippines. Doctor of Medicine (MD) is the primary medical degree offered by the Medical Colleges in Philippines. Most of the Medical Universities in Philippines have an International Students Office, where international students can address their problems. Dormitory facilities are available at most of the Medical Colleges in Philippines at moderate prices. Medical Schools in Philippines provide separate dormitories for boys and girls.

India’s emerging influence in the international community has led to the promotion of its “Look East Policy,” a policy that specifically represents India’s efforts to cultivate extensive economic and strategic relations with its Southeast Asian neighbors in order to bolster its standing as a regional power and as a counterbalance to the strategic influence of China. It is with these developments surrounding India’s rising global influence that the Philippines should engage with India. Both countries share various similarities that can serve as a platform for deeper cooperation.

Introduction About Bicol University

The pursuit of academic excellence and innovation amidst a very competitive environment and in adherence to international standards is the veritable mark of a first-rate university. BU has traveled long and wide as it tries to define itself as a state university. Faced with enormous challenges of varying nature, it has survived and continues to leave an indelible mark in the lives of the Bicolanos. After almost forty years of existence, it has defied the odds, and can now be considered at par with the best higher education institutions nationwide. With strong leadership and committed men and women behind, the opportunity is now ripe to up the ante and meet the standards set by the international academic community.

Against the backdrop of a dynamic and ever-changing environment, the current plan as reflected in the 10-Year BU Comprehensive Development Plan (2003-2013), needs revisiting. Doing so would underscore the exigency to respond to the opportunities brought about by recent events and development by building on accomplishments, tackling emerging gaps and meeting new challenges head on.

Proposed programs, projects and activities are likewise anchored on the major final outputs (MFOs), based on Organizational Performance Indicators Framework (OPIF) and the key results areas (KRAs) of SUC leveling, which serve as the barometer of organizational performance of State Universities and Colleges (SUCs).

In no other way can BU make an impact to the community more deeply than by producing globally competitive and quality higher education graduates, and by generating new knowledge and technologies which, when transferred, will make a difference in the lives of the people.

Education in Bicol University

Actualization of the highest degree of efficiency, effectiveness, collegiality in decision making and transparency in the administrative system and operation therefore promoting the University's mandate of quality instruction, research, extension and production.
Provide the highest quality of advanced, specialized and professional training for the students through relevant and responsive curricular programs designated to meet both national and international standards of excellence.
Research and Extension
Leadership in scientific and technological researches and in extension activities to address and support regional and national economic development goals.
Optimization of the resource-generation capacity of the University through academe-based entrepreneurship anchored on thecore competencies of the faculty to support the delivery of quality instruction, research and extension function.


  • National Engineering Laboratory of Clean Energy Vehicle &Power train Systems
  • National Engineering Research Center for Urban Pollution Control
  • National Fuel Cell Vehicle & Powertrain System Research & Engineer Center
  • National Engineering Research Center of Protected Agriculture
  • Key Laboratory of Road and Traffic Engineering of the State Ministry of Education
  • The MOE Key Laboratory of Advanced Building Materials


It is important that a library takes into account not only the books on its shelves but also the people it serves. This point of view is central in the philosophy of Bicol University. The University expects students to become familiar with the book collections housed both in University Library and in the respective unit/college libraries to master the techniques of using them, and to achieve a familiarity with the books which they will carry over into life.

Fees Structure

Pre Med
Application/Reg Fee $650
Airport Pickup $250
Foreign Student Fee $3000
Visa Conversion 22,000 peso
Medical Checkup -
Pre Med 1st Sem Tution Fee $1180
pre med
Pre Med 2nd Sem Tution Fee $1140
Pre Med 3rd Sem Tution Fee $1130
Additional fees if any 1020 summer class fee
1st year Tution fee 2028-1sem
1820- 2nd sem
2nd year Tution fee 1902 per sem
3rd year Tution fee 1861-1sem
1881- 2nd sem
4th year Tution fee 1864 per sem
5th year Tution fee 1864 per sem for
dual course
Accommadation Per Month $100 private near campus
Food Per Month $100 per month


  • Hostel
  • Educational Base
  • Clinical Medicine
  • Affilliated Hospitals
  • CMU also offers transfer options to students currently studying MBBS in other Medical Universities in China & other Countries.



Based on the Modified Corona’s climate classification system, three climate types occur over the Bicol Region, as shown in Figure 3.04. Type II is experienced over the eastern coasts of the region directly facing the Pacific Seas including the island of Catanduanes and the whole of Camarines Norte.  These areas are characterized by the absence of dry season with a very pronounced maximum rain period generally in the months of December and January. There is not a single dry month in these areas.  A dry month is defined as a month with less than 50 mm of rainfall.  A month with more than 100 mm can still be considered as dry if it is preceded by three or more very dry months.

A Type III climate is characterized by not very pronounced maximum rain period, with a short dry season occurring either in winter or spring.  Places under this type include the western coast of Mainland Bicol along Burias Pass, Burias Island and Mainland Masbate.  The rest of the region, i.e. the western part extending from Camarines Sur to the southwestern tip of Sorsogon belong to Type IV climate.  Rainfall in these areas is more or less evenly distributed throughout the year with exception of the occurrences of tropical cyclones in the vicinity, which can cause rainfall abnormalities.