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The Cagayan State University (CSU) is the largest state institution of higher learning in the Cagayan Valley Region, in terms of enrollment and number of curricular program offerings. The University was established through Presidential Decree 1436, later amended by Republic Act 8292 by the integration of all publicly supported higher education institutions in the province of Cagayan.

The university is composed of eight (8) campuses in the growth areas in the three congressional districts of Cagayan; the Aparri, Lal-Lo and Gonzaga campuses in the 1st District; the Piat, Lasam and Sanchez-Mira campuses in the 2nd District; and in the 3rd District, the Andrews and Carig campuses in Tuguegarao City. Each campus is headed by an Executive Officer (CEO) except in Andrews Campus where the University President concurrently acts as the CEO. The seat of governance of the university is at the Andrews Campus, where the central administration holds office.

The university offers courses in liberal arts, social sciences, law, medicine and allied professions, business and economics, natural sciences, engineering, technology, agriculture and fisheries and teaching, among others. It offers the most graduate and undergraduate courses of all the universities in the province of Cagayan.

In March 2012, Dr. Romeo R. Quilang, former President of the Isabela State University (ISU), was elected by the CSU Board of Regents to serve as the CSU System's fourth president.

History: The College was founded in 1993 and it is strategically located at its main campus in Tuguegarao City. The CSU College of Medicine envisions itself as a center of excellence in the region and in the country by providing the highest medical education to the health needs of the people. The first batch of students registered 100% in the licensure examination in 1999, thus, corresponding to its ardent vision of attaining quality medical education.

Infrastructure and Departments: The current school year was a witness to constructive changes and infrastructure developments across the different campuses of Cagayan State University. A series of "circa 50" buildings, which serve not only as institutional facilities but as aesthetic icons, representing the university motto: "Educating for the Best", are now in the final phase of their construction process.

Moreover, other physical facilities in the university are facing major rehabilitation specifically in CSU Andrews being the"show window" of CSU.

Physical improvement within the eight campuses of the university is evident and is geared at developing and encouraging higher aspirations among its poor students. Modern buildings and comfort rooms were put up to deliver the necessary service to students all over CSU.

The College of Medicine Complex provides spacious air conditioned lecture rooms for medical sciences and laboratories. There are around 10,400 college students in the university. Approximately 600 are graduate students while the rest are undergraduates. The campus hosts huge air conditioned lecture rooms for medical sciences. Additionally, overhead projectors and LCDs are available for Seminars and lecture workshops for productive learning.

Center of Excellence The College of Medicine has distinguished itself by its performance in the licensure examinations, besting even Manila- based medical schools. The College of Law ranks a high 35 among the over 120 law schools in the country and has always have Bar Examination passers. The Colleges of Allied Health Sciences, Business Entrepreneurship & Accountancy, Engineering and Agriculture have contributed national topnotchers and have very commendable performances in Medical Laboratory Science (Medical Technology) Accountancy, Engineering and Agriculture, respectively. And the College of Criminal Justice Administration has posted a creditable percentage of passers in the licensure examinations.

A growing number of students find in CSU low-cost, quality education. While the thrust has been on providing the university with much-needed infrastructure, the university has also turned with determination towards quality improvement and control and has submitted itself to the voluntary accreditation process with the Philippine Association of Colleges of University - Commission on Accreditation.

"this campus aims to produce the best professionals in various fields of specialization for national and international market "

Why Study Here ?

CSU Carig is one of the eight campuses that make up Cagayan State University (CSU), the largest state institution of higher learning in the Cagayan Valley Region in terms of student population and number of curricular programs.

With at least 300 high calibered and renowned faculty members, this campus aims to produce the best professionals in various fields of specialization for national and international market as well demonstrated by its remarkable performance in board examinations for Agricultural Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Physical Education, Veterinary Medicine and Physicians Licensure Examination and in the National Competency (NC II) examinations for Automotive Technology, Food Technology, Garments Technology, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology and Electrical Technology.

PROCEDURE FOR ADMISSION TO THE CAS INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC PROGRAMS Pre-Medicine Program (Bachelor of Science in Biology)

The Pre-Medicine Program of the College of Arts & Sciences, Cagayan State University, is a 16-month long accelerated program which prepares foreign students for the College of Medicine. Below are the admission requirements:

1. Student applies to the College of Arts and Sciences through the Office of the College of Coordinator for Foreign Student Affairs, in coordination with the University Coordinator for Foreign Students submitting the following documents:
1.1. Transcript of Records
1.2. Diploma
1.3. Certificate of Good Moral Character from School Last Attended
1.4. Recommendation Letter from Previous Professors

  1. Student shall submit the afore-mentioned via-email. Original copies shall be submitted once admitted.
  2. The College evaluates the document and makes appropriate recommendations as to the Issuance of Notice of Admission
  3. The Dean together with the Campus Executive Officer recommends for Approval the Notice to the University President. The University Coordinator for Foreign Students content notes the said Notice and the President shall approve the same. Once so approved the College, through the Coordinator for Foreign Student Affairs, in coordination with the University Coordinator for Foreign students, shall issue Notice of Admission to qualified applicants.
  4. The College proceeds with the assessment of the student once proper confirmation is done.

We prioritize the interest and comfort of our students. To avoid inconveniences, the student is advised to check the curriculum and the plan of study before applying for admission.

Medical Exams Required:

ALL students are required have the following medical exams done in home country. And bring the detailed reports upon arrival to the Philippines.

  • - Chest X-ray (bring the original negative of your X-ray plate)
  • - Urine Analysis & Stool Analysis
  • - Blood Serology tests - VDRL test (Veneral Disease Research Laboratory Slide Test) RPR test (Rapid Plasma Ragin Test)
  • - Malaria Test
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History

After successfully establishing Cebu Doctors Hospital, its core founders conceived the opening of a school of medicine as another venue of service that may have a significant effect and contribution to the welfare and progress of the nation.

Through hard work and sheer determination, the Board of Directors of Cebu Doctors Hospital unselfishly devoted their time to secure from the then Ministry of Education, Culture, and Sports, a permit to operate a medical school later called Cebu Doctors College of Medicine.

On April 21, 1977, Cebu Doctors' College of Medicine (CDCM) incorporation papers were signed and its status as a non-stock, non-profit foundation was approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission on December 21, 1977.

CDCM formally opened its doors as a medical institution in June of Academic Year 1977-1978. Out of the numerous applicants, only eighty pioneer freshmen were accepted. Since then, its Board of Trustees has pursued a program of expansion which continues to this date enabling CDCM to grow and earn its mark as one of the best medical schools in the country.

On November 23, 2004, Cebu Doctors' College of Medicine officially became Cebu Doctors' University College of Medicine, with the acronym CDU-CM, after Cebu Doctors' College was granted University Status by the Commission on Higher Education.

Vision

Cebu Doctors' University College of Medicine envisions compleat physicians who provide optimum care to the patient, family, and community, and who continue to grow holistically through evidence-based scientific investigations while maintaining moral and ethical standards.

Mission

Cebu Doctors' University College of Medicine is committed to produce not only excellent and dedicated health care providers who render preventive, curative, and rehabilitative care, but also educators, social mobilizers, managers, and researchers with the investigative attitude and skills for clinical and applied research. These physicians will be leaders responsive to the dynamic global demands and imbued with compassion, as well as moral and ethical consciousness.

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About Us

The Southwestern University College of Medicine was formally organized during the first semester of the school year 1947-48, a year after the University was founded by Don Matias H. Aznar. At that time, the Philippines was still under the grip of acute economic dislocation occasioned by the just concluded global conflict. It started with 14 pioneering students and 16 members of the faculty. Full government recognition of the College of the Medicine was granted in 1951. The implementation of the Medical Act 1965 provided that all Medical Colleges in the Philippines be made into a foundation, thus a non-stock and non-profit institution. To comply with and implement the said act, the Southwestern University College of Medicine was converted into a foundation and was renamed Southwestern University Matias H. Aznar Memorial College of Medicine Incorporated.

This college is so-named as an enduring monument to the memory of the late Founder. His dynamism, keen foresight, genuine concern for the youth and his abiding faith in his countrymen were the factors that made the University what it is today, a leading institution of learning in the Republic.

Since it was established, the College of Medicine has produced several board examination topnotchers every year. The first graduate who got the 7th place in the board examination.

was Dr. Diosocor Mancao. This year 2006, Dr. Maria Socorro Pino placed 7th in February Physician Licensure Examination. The College of Medicine students and faculty actively participated in Medical Research competitions. They consistently brought the highest recognitions in many years.

The college also give recognition to outstanding alumni during the Annual Homecoming and Medical Convention spearheaded by the SWU-MHAM Medical Alumni Foundation. This foundation was organized in 1972, with a vision and mission to organize one potent force that help in realizing the aim of the Alma Mater to become the premiere medical institution in this part of the country.
The Southwestern University Matias H. Aznar College of Medicine building is a six-storey modern edifice. It has a fully airconditioned modern Medical Library and three full airconditioned audio-visual rooms with seating capacities of 120, 250, and 300, respectively.

the College of Medicine building stands on the eastern side of the four-hectare University campus beautifully landscaped with fruit-bearing trees.

The rest of the buildings are connected by arteries of lawns where students can stroll and relax the days classroom grind.

VISION

The MHAM College of Medicine is at par with the highest scientific and ethical standards in medical education.

MISSION

In the pursuit of our vision, the Matias H. Aznar Memorial College of Medicine, Inc. exerts its efforts to:

  • maintain a roster of acknowledged medical experts in all fields of specialization;
  • equip the college with state-of-the-art facilities;
  • focus on core competencies and skills in medical practice;
  • implement a research-oriented instruction and research-based courses of study;
  • use an information technology-based approach to teaching;
  • practice community-oriented and universally-accepted health care;
  • provide avenues for postgraduate training in a particular field of medical GOALS

The MHAM College of Medicine, Inc. offers the medical program leading to a degree of Doctor of Medicine whose graduates are:

  • trained in the highest scientific and ethical standards of medical education;
  • adjusted to current health needs of people around the world;
  • aware of the latest treatment modalities;
  • in pursuit of lifelong disposition to professional advancement and learning.
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The University of Northern Philippines (UNP) in Vigan City, Ilocos Sur holds the distinction of being the oldest state institution of higher learning in Northern Luzon. It was created through the enactment of Republic Act
4449 authored by the late Congressman Floro S. Crisologo. Approved on June 19, 1965, the Act converted the
Ilocos Sur School of Arts and Trades into what is presently known as the University of Northern Philippines.

The University assures that it plays a vital role in the social progress since it espouses the values of relevance, quality, cost effectiveness and impact along with its trifocal function - instruction, research and extension which structurally form the integral part of higher education.

VISION

The University of Northern Philippines envisions itself to be a pioneering Center of world-class excellence for instruction in the humanities, the arts and the sciences; functional scientific, social and technological researches; relevant extension services and quality production towards empowerment of graduates for sustainable development.

MISSION

The mission of the University is to provide quality education through modernization, accreditation and effective consultation and linkages; enhance research through expansion of commodity coverage and capacitation of faculty and staff members; intensify extension through provision of impact projects; and improve production through the optimal utilization of available resources making our graduates effective development managers and useful citizens in the community

CORE VALUES

In pursuing the Vision and Mission, we in this institution resolve to live by the following values:

Excellence. By invoking the aid of Divine Providence, we commit ourselves to be the best that we can be and do by continuously learning and enhancing our skills and developing proper attitudes towards work and people.

Professionalism. We endeavor to set and abide by high work standards and always be guided by the principles of objectivity and fairness.

Ethics and Integrity. We pledge to serve with honor and humility always cognizant of the principle that "Public Office is a Public Trust."

Transparency. We endeavor to make all transactions, deals, records or any activity open and known by all people concerned.

Creativity and Productivity. We offer efficient and effective interventions to varying needs of our clientele. We shall remain dynamic, open-minded and innovative workforce, responsive to changing times and circumstances constantly challenging the status quo and ever willing to face risk and confront uncertainties.

Synergy and Community. We believe in and practice teamwork. We regard ourselves as a family providing one another support and inspiration in our work.

Initiative. We commit ourselves to act on our own, responsive to a given situation. We believe that our unflinching commitment to these values would enable us to fulfill our overriding responsibility to meet the needs the clients we serve.

CAMPUS FACILITIES

For convenient and enjoyable stay of local and foreign students, the following appropriate facilities are provided for such as sufficient housing and boarding facilities for both male and female student-residents, computer center for speedy internet service, athletic oval and gymnasium for sports and recreational activities, laboratory facilities with wide variety of simulations, audio-visual materials and models for research and experimentation. In addition, the UNP has a Guestel Building which is open 24 hours for guests. It has also a training center which caters to a large number of guests with 150 beds and with fully air-conditioned private halls and conference room. Similarly, the Open Cafe serves local and international delectable cuisine which is prepared by professionally trained chefs and servers. Not far from the campus is a five-minute drive to a commercial complex for convenient shopping and recreation for local and foreign students.

STUDENT SERVICES

1. The Guidance Services program assists students in gaining awareness and deep understanding of their problems; hence, making intelligent decisions that will lead to self-direction. Similarly, the University recognizes the holistic development of the students by infusing moral values.
2. The foreign student services are designed to facilitate the foreign students adjustment and development in the University. Consultation and assistance for their needs, assistance in planning and implementation of their projects are provided.
3. The University encourages the publication of newsletters and journals to inform and to express students
opinions through creative writing.
4. The University recognizes the importance of right conduct and discipline of the students in the pursuit of education. Cases of misconduct and lack of self-discipline which are beyond the parameters of effective counseling process are referred to the Student Discipline which is in charge of the judicious implementation of the Student Code of Conduct and Discipline.

ACCOMMODATION

The university provides its students with sufficiently comfortable housing facilities for both male and female student- residents. These dormitories are provided with bathrooms, kitchen and laundry areas. Aside from catering services, the university's food and accommodation center also provides rental for physical facilities.

ACCREDITATIONS/AFFILIATIONS

At present, the University of Northern Philippines holds the distinction of being a Level IV University, the highest level for State Colleges and Universities in the country, duly accredited and certified by the Commission of Higher Education (CHED).

It has collaborated with the University of Hawaii Kapiolani Community College for its exchange program in nursing. In Medicine, affiliate hospitals include Candon General Hospital, Salcedo District Hospital, Sta. Lucia District Hospital, Southern Ilocos Sur District Hospital, Sto. Nino Hospital, Cagayan Valley Medical Center, Candon City Hospital, Central Ilocos Sur District Hospital and the Ilocos Region Training Medical Center.

UNP is recognized by Commission on Higher Education and Development (CHED), World Health Organization (WHO) and listed in International Medical Education Directory (IMED), Education Commission For Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG). UNP is also recognized by Bangladesh Medical & Dental Council (BMDC), Indonesian Medical Council (IMC), Maldives Medical Council (MMC), Medical Council of India (MCI), Nepal Medical Council (NMC), Pakistan Medical & Dental Council (PMDC), The Medical Council of Thailand (MCT) and other medical councils upon passing the required Medical Qualifying Exams or Screening Tes.

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HistoryDr. Antonio Laperal Tamayo, founder and his wife Dr. Daisy Moran Tamayo, co-founder together with their friend, Ernesto Palanca Crisostomo, established on February 5, 1975 in Las Pinas City the Perpetual Help College of Rizal, now the University of Perpetual Help System DALTA Las Pinas. The first school building consisting of four floors (the present hospital) was constructed in a remarkable record-breaking period of only four months, which ordinarily takes one year to construct. The school building was created to house the College of Nursing. Around 700 nursing student were enrolled and a few were referrals from the Perpetual Help School in Manila. Perpetual was indeed on its way to becoming a premier university south of Metro Manila. The organizational structure of the former Perpetual Help College of Rizal has interwoven within its fabric a closely-knit group of administrators and educators. The administrative expertise of Mr. Crisostomo, the educational and supervisory proficiency of former Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila acting President and the Perpetual Bian First Chancellor Benjamin L. Intal and former Bureau of Private Schools Regional Director Teofilo Gallardo were the forefront keys in the formulation of the institution. The other members of the founding group are the Universitys First Chancellor Dr. Grace R. De Leon whose loyalty stood by and supported the founders in hurling the challenges of organizational growth; University Registrar Dr. Perla R. Sope, and consultants ADMUs Emiliano Armas of the Ateneo De Manila University and the De La Salle Universitys Oscar Bautista, Col. Jose C. Moran, father of Dr. Daisy, a Certified Public Accountant and former President of the Continental Bank, facilitated the needed funds of the project through his friends and the Development Bank of the Philippines, where he served as its first manager of branches and agencies.

In 1997, the Commission on Higher Education granted University status, thus the change of name to the University of Perpetual Help.

The University of Perpetual Help System DALTA is one of the subsystems complementing the University of Perpetual Help System.

The other subsystem is the University of Perpetual Help System JONELTA. University of Perpetual Help System JONELTA was founded and established by Dr. Jose G. Tamayo, as its first President and Chairman of the Board, with Co-Founder, Dr. Josefina Laperal Tamayo, as its Vice-Chairman and Treasurer. With both co-founders now deceased, the University of Perpetual Help System JONELTA is presently led by the first born of the founders, Dr. Antonio L. Tamayo. He is currently the Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of UPH System JONELTA. Incidentally, he is also the Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer the UPH System DALTA.

Dr. Tamayo earned his post-graduate courses in Hospital Administration at George Washington University in Washington D.C., supplemented with special studies on Hospital Management from Ateneo de Manila University, and a Ph. D in Organizational Development from the Southeast Asian Interdisciplinary Institute.

On June 10, 2003, the helm of leadership of the University of Perpetual Help System DALTA was transferred to, Dr. Daisy Moran Tamayo as Second President.

Dr. Daisy Moran Tamayo is a holder of a Masters Degree in Nursing from New York University, USA. She is also a doctorate degree holder in Organization Development from the Southeast Asian Interdisciplinary Institute.

Complementing the leadership and management functions of Dr. Antonio L. Tamayo and Dr. Daisy M. Tamayo are their two sons, Anthony Jose and Richard Antonio who are both outstanding cum laude graduates of the University of the Philippines.

Anthony Jose M. Tamayo assumed presidency of the UPHSD campuses on January 2010. He is a Certified Public Accountant, MBA degree holder from Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University and MA in Education degree holder from Harvard University.

Likewise, Richard Antonio M. Tamayo was appointed as President of the University of Perpetual DALTA Medical Center. He is currently finishing his Master of Business in Hospital Administration at Ateneo de Manila University.

In subsequent years, the UPHSD established two branches as well as several agri-businesses which later incorporated into the DALTA Group of companies. The units of DALTA Group are located in Las Pinas City; Molino, Cavite; and Calamba City in Laguna. It also has a Medical Center in Las Pinas City.

The University of Perpetual Help System DALTA Molino was established and inaugurated in May 1995 with an initial enrolment of seven hundred students. Just a year after, the University of Perpetual Help System DALTA Calamba was established in inaugurated initially with 360 enrollees.

The University of Perpetual Help System DALTA subscribes to the institutional philosophy that national development and transformation is predicated upon the quality of education of its people. It is committed to the ideas of teaching, community service and research, with Character Building is Nation Building as its guiding principle. It is continuing in its efforts to achieve its objective of maintaining and sustaining excellence in education. It has instituted an extensive network of national and international linkages in Higher Education and Business. It has established its indelible Perpetualite identity as it steadfastly enshrines its Perpetualite values and aspirations.