Lyceum North Western University
Eligibility criteria to get admission in Lyceum north western university:-
Students in General Category who have 50% aggregate of physics; chemistry and biology are eligible to enrol in the Lyceum north western university. Students in SC, SEBC category who have 40% aggregate of physics; chemistry and biology are eligible to enrol in the AMA school of medicine. Apart from the science marks, students are required to have passing mark in the English subject.
The Philippines has five types of climates: tropical rainforest, tropical savannah, tropical monsoon, humid subtropical, and oceanic (both are in higher-altitude areas) characterized by relatively high temperature, oppressive humidity and plenty of rainfall. There are two seasons in the country, the wet season and the dry season, based upon the amount of rainfall. This is also dependent on location in the country as some areas experience rain all throughout the year (see Climate types). Based on temperature, the warmest months of the year are March through October; the winter monsoon brings cooler air from November to February. May is the warmest month, and January, the coolest.
The total duration of the Medical, MD or MBBS course is 5 and half year for students who have been educated till class 12 with Science. The first 16months is dedicated for pre medical course. .If focuses on building foundation for a strong medical education. The next 4 years is the core medicine and clinical rotation
Benefits of Lyceum north western university;-
-No donation is required for admission
-No entrance exam is required for admission
-Low college fees
-Facility of fully furnished hotels
-Canteens that provide Gujarati and all type of Indian food
-24 hours facility of library for reading
-cutting edge in campus hospital for best of the practice
-24 hours Wi-Fi facility
-Safe environment and well disposed individuals
-Magnificent boarding and lodging provided by the University
About Lyceum North western University ( LNU );- is Founded in 1969 and is located in Dagupan City. Dagupan is an independent city in Pangasinan province with a small population of about 180,000 inhabitants and is located in the Island of Luzon.
It is a major commercial and Financial Centre in the North of Philippines and is a very quiet and lush green city with an excellent average temperature between 22 to 32 deg C round the year. It provides an excellent academic
Environment the students. Dagupan has 12 hospitals with the largest one having more than 600 bed space.
LNU is about 230 kms from Manila International Airport and very well connected with Manila by 6 lane Highway and with fast neat and clean AC bus connectivity in every 30 Minutes, and takes approximately Hours 40 minutes travel time from Airport via ( N Luzon W Expy/R-8 and N Luzon Expy/R-8).
LNU started as a nursing school and gradually developed into full grown independent university. It Medical college is very well known and emphasize on balanced academic and social competencies and team spirit. LNU has a clear vision to be the Regional Centre for Excellence in Medical Education by the year 2020.
LNU has a modern campus with more than 7000 student’s community studying in various faculties including over 1800 foreign students that includes more than 250 Indian Medical students. It offers safe and secure affordable housing and mess in its modern hostel building. In addition it also has on campus sports and recreational facility. It has separate Indian Food mess.
LNU College of medicine is listed in WHO Directory of Medical Universities and its Medico Educational Council for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) and MCI.
LNU is listed in IMED Directory. Students can appear for USMLE part 1 & 2 in Philippines during their study.
By and large Medical Courses in Philippines are Practical Oriented as per United States pattern, where LNU Medical Program is more practical oriented and it provides practical exposure to its medical students through its affiliation with government hospitals and medical centres. The students of LNU get to train in Region 1 Medical Centre and other Government hospitals of Dagupan.
Final Year Students (MD-4thYear) in their Clerkship rotation program get excellent hands on exposure under the guidance of active consultants. They get training for 12 months in the hospitals with some of the following specialties: