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Lyceum 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 Lyceum University

Lyceum of the Philippines University prides itself with its long and rich tradition of Academic Excellence through the legacy of its founder, Dr. Jose P. Laurel. The only president to have served in all three branches of the Government, Dr. Laurel was a successful lawyer, legislator, constitutionalist, jurist, writer, scholar, statesman, philosopher, and above all things, an educator. Dr. Laurel’s concern for education was his most abiding passion. A graduate of top educational institutions such as University of the Philippines College of Law, Escuela de Derecho, University of Santo Tomas and Yale University, his credentials as an educator were unassailable. He wrote extensively on Education and managed to teach in several educational institutions on Manila, despite his numerous commitments.

With his admiration for knowledge and his appreciation of classical thought, Dr. Laurel named the school Lyceum of the Philippines after Lykeios, the site in ancient Athens where the great philosopher Aristotle nurtured the minds of his protégées. The school’s motto, “Veritas et Fortitudo, Pro Deo et Patria”, reflects Dr. Laurel’s belief in the value of learning and character formation for God and country. Unfortunately, Dr. Laurel unexpectedly died in 1959 while at work.

On his third son, Sotero, who was then in the practice of law, fell the mantle of responsibility of running the school. He was the natural choice as in years earlier it was Senator Sotero who helped his father organize Lyceum and acted as the first executive secretary to his father, the school President, before resuming his law practice. For the next forty-three years, it was this chosen son, Sotero, who nurtured the school and made it grow beyond Manila into the provinces. In 1966, he founded the Lyceum of the Philippines University-Batangas followed by Lyceum of the Philippines-Laguna in 2000. Both campuses are now headed by Senator Laurel’s fourth son, Peter, who was elected President in 2000.

In 2008, another campus in Cavite was established to bring the total number of LPU campuses to four with a grand total enrollment of approximately 25,000 students, about 10,000 of whom are enrolled in various hospitality courses. Senator Laurel’s eldest son, Atty. Roberto Laurel, heads the Manila and Cavite Campuses as President.

Education in Lyceum University

The Professional Student Teachers are students from the Lyceum of the Philippines University who are willing to impart their knowledge, as tutors, to our International students (Korean, Chinese and Japanese). An aspiring tutor must pass both written and oral examinations facilitated by the Center. Orientations, seminars and workshops for all the tutors are conducted before the start of each program. Guidelines of activities are prepared for a more proactive performance when tutors are in the field. Teaching during their spare time helps them financially and it also builds a good relationship between the tutors and students. Tutoring is not only about teaching. It is also a way of exchanging ideas, facts about culture and experiences. In that way, tutors are also learning from their students. The Center for Language Education and Proficiency is always open for those qualified students to become Professional Student Teachers.

Faculty members meet the academic and work experience required to teach a particular subject. The curriculum is defined in outcomes based education. There are various teaching techniques used such as simulation, laboratory activities, field trips, and a 1000 hour practicum training requirement in three areas specified by each program. The students are given actual work-life experiences during their internship, through a strong collaboration with local and international companies, agencies and institutions. Facilities meet international standards where student - teacher ratio is 1:25 for laboratory classes, and 1:40 for lecture classes. LPU's Research and Training Hotel, The Bayleaf Intramuros, is located in Manila and allows the students’ immersion opportunities as well as practicum training.


The University of China Medical University Reference Laboratory was created to allow hospitals and ambulatory practices outside UW to easily use our extensive array of laboratory services. The Department of Laboratory Medicine has the largest menu of laboratory tests and the finest testing facilities. We have more expertise than any other laboratory.


Fees Structure

Pre Med
Application/Reg Fee $850
Airport Pickup $250
Foreign Student Fee 1000
Visa Conversion $900
Medical Checkup -
Pre Med 1st Sem Tution Fee $5000
pre med
Pre Med 2nd Sem Tution Fee -
Pre Med 3rd Sem Tution Fee -
Additional fees if any -
1st year Tution fee 1800-1850$ per sem
2nd year Tution fee -
3rd year Tution fee -
4th year Tution fee -
Accommadation Per Month $100 in campus available
private near campus
Food Per Month $100 per month.we can
arrange if min 30student


  • Museum
  • The Flower & Bird Market
  • Yangmei Ancicnt Town
  • Wanda Commercial Plaza
  • Nanning Department Store
  • Nanning IT Plaza
  • Qingxiushan
  • Yiling Yan Scenic Zone
  • Nanning Zoo


  • There are many different kings of Accommodation.
  • Unnecessary to book in advance.
  • Rent outside campus is allowed.
  • Offer 24 hours check-in service.
  • Moving in before semetser begins is not allowed.
  • Pay by year in campus dorm, except for language students.
  • Check-in before semester begins is allowed, and you can get your room number in reception centre.
  • Tuiton fee can be paid by cash, UnionPay cards, or by International Remittance; accommodation fee can be paid by cash, UnionPay cards.


The Philippines tropical climate can discourage you from staying for very long in Manila. Manila’s weather is downright hot and humid, but the temperatures tend to differ by a few degrees according to the time of year. Since the country has wet-dry seasons which can overlap on each other, there is a chance that your trip to the islands will be delayed by bad weather. When the wet season hits the city floods occur and the traffic stops, even in the supposedly dry months of March to May.