Admission FAQ


RAATA Education is the authorized student consultancy firm which provides support, guidance and advice to the students pursuing education in Philippines Medical Universities. We are directly involved with each student from the initial consultation to the final admission and everything in between. We will also walk with them throughout the admission process every step of the way for a stress free and easy experience. We have assisted thousands of students to apply and qualify for the MBBS programs in different countries. We are proud of our years of reputation, clientele and service excellence that we have earned throughout our company’s life span.

Why should I study In Philippines?

  • Philippines is home to some of the world’s well known and respected universities that provide quality education.
  • The cost of living is very low and affordable for Indian students as compared to the other countries like Russia or Ukraine.
  • The medical universities and institutes in Philippines are accredited by the WHO which helps the Indian students to appear for PLAB or USMLE.
  • The fee structure is lower and economical with high quality standards.
  • No donation or no entrance exam
  • Proven excellent academic standards
  • Limited seats, high demand, low cost

What are the requirements for seeking admission to study MBBS?

According to the MCI, the students who are interested to get admission in these countries must have 50% percent marks in subjects such as chemistry, physics and Biology.

Are there any scholarships or grants given to foreign students?

Different universities offer different scholarship programs for the international students, which are offered to the competent students on the basis of their 1st year progress.

Can a student earn while learning?

No. If anyone having a student visa, he/she cannot do a job while studying.

What will be the average monthly expense?

The cost of living is relatively cheap and affordable. The student could stay comfortably with a monthly average expense around $50 to $200 including food, travel, communication and leisure.