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Enrollment Procedure

Application

Fill out google form and receive an automated email with enrollment instructions. Submit/Upload requirements for evaluation from Admission and Academic departments.

 

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Verification

Academics will send you the approved course/s that needs to be enrolled this semester.

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Admission Testing

SASC will send an email for the Admission Testing and its required Testing Fee (Php 250.00).

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Payment

Pay the required fees and receive an automated email of payment confirmation.

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Interview

Academics Department conducts interview and issues Evaluation Advisory

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System Enrollment

Academics enroll the student into GCM Portal and generate study load.

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Notification

Student awaits notification for successfully enrollment through their personal email.

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Study Load

Registrar sends a copy of study load confirming for a successful enrollment through the applicant’s personal email.

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LMS Generation

ICTD issues LMS Account.

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION TO
DOCTOR OF MEDICINE (M.D.) COURSE

New / Freshman Students

N

Birth Certificate (from NSO/PSA)

N

Certificate of Good Moral Character/ Recommendation Letter from two (2) former Professors

N

Honorable Dismissal/Transfer Credentials

N

Transcript of Records

N

Diploma or Certificate of Graduation

N

2x2 recent picture colored with white background

N

Medical Certificate

N

Marriage Contract if applicable (from NSO/PSA)

N

NMAT Result

N

Residence Certificate/Communicate Tax Certificate (for Filipino)

Transferees

All transfer student applicants should submit the following requirements to the Admission Office within the registration period:

N

Certificate of Honorable Dismissal ( CHD) or Certificate of transfer Credentials ( CTC)

N

Informative Copy of Transcript of Records (for evaluation purposes)

N

Certified True Copy of NMAT Result

N

Certificate of Good Moral Character

N

Birth Certificate (from NSO/PSA)

N

Marriage Contract if applicable (from NSO/PSA)

N

2x2 recent picture colored with white background

N

Certificate of Eligibility for Admission Into the Medical Course

Returnees

All returning student applicants should submit the following requirements to the Admission Office within the registration period:

N

Letter intent to return for studies

N

Certificate of NO Dishonorable Dismissal

N

Marriage Contract if applicable (from NSO/PSA)

N

2x2 recent picture colored with white background

Additional Requirements for Foreign Students

N

Photocopy of Passport

N

Photocopy of Visa and ACR/I-Card ( Alien Certificate of Registration)

N

Affidavit of Bank Support/Bank Statement

N

Personal History Statement

N

Proof of Birth or Passport Bio-page

N

Police Clearance (issued by the country of origin)

Payment Scheme

 

STEPS ON HOW TO PAY THRU

A. SET UP a GCASH Account

  1. Download the GCASH App to your phone and register for an account.
  2. You can also create GCASH Account through this link https://www.gcash.com/get-started

B. Load/Cash in your GCASH Account

  1. Click this link – https://www.gcash.com/get-started/cash-in
  2. Loading or Cash in of your GCASH Account may be done through:

C) Bank Transfer using GCASH

  1. Assuming that you already have a full-functioning and a fully funded GCASH Account, you can do the GCASH bank transfer. Just click on the “Bank Transfer” icon.
  2. Next, choose “BPI
  3. Then, enter the following details:
    – Amount: P xx,xx
    – Account Name: Gullas College of Medicine, Inc.
    – Account Number: 5901-048071
    – Send Receipt to: accounting@gcm.edu.ph
  4. Confirm the transaction, then click OK

 

 

GCM GUIDES YOU ON YOUR MEDICAL CAREER PATH

If you are reading this, it is totally obvious that you are interested in taking the medical career path. So now, you want to be a doctor but doesn’t know where to start? First, give yourself a tap because you are on the right path of choosing the noblest profession anyone can take.

Taking up medicine is a long and rocky winding road. In every bump along the journey, something falls off from you; either the inspiration or the financial ability to continue. Studying medicine will even cost you your whole youth and early adulthood. But then, at the end of the road, the destination is really worth sacrificing for.

“It’s a beautiful thing when career and passion come together.”

The Gullas College of Medicine – University of the Visayas (GCM-UV) is here to guide you in your career path towards your dream of becoming a great physician.

  1. Pre-Med (4 – 5 years)

    Pre-Medical or Pre-Med is not an actual major. It is a general term to let people know that you are aspiring to become a doctor. As per the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), any Baccalaureate degree (BS) will serve as your stepping stone to be a future medical doctor. After Pre-Med, you have to review and pass the National Medical Admission Test (NMAT) to proceed in Med School.

  2. Med School (4 years)

    Medical school or Med School is an additional tertiary education that focuses on teaching about medicine for aspiring doctors. In your first three years in Med School, you have to learn everything in both the four corners of your classroom and in the hospitals as part of your clinical exposure. On your fourth year, you will undergo intensive clerkship, rotating in the departments of a hospital. As you graduate, you will receive the diploma for the Doctor of Medicine (MD).

  3. Internship (1 year)

    “No work, no pay” doesn’t apply here because you work for a year in a hospital without pay. This will serve as another experience of on-the-job training in the medical field. After completing your internship, you are then to review and pass the Philippine Licensure Examination (PLE) so that you can start working as a doctor and finally receive your salary.

  4. Residency (3 – 7 years)

    This is also known as the specialization training which means you start earning while still training. Resident doctors are to stay in hospitals (the length of which depends upon your specialization: anaesthesiology, dermatology, internal medicine, and pediatrics last for 3 years, OB-GYN and orthopedics last for 4 years, general surgery lasts for 5 years, and neurosurgery lasts for 7 years) all through the years until they have completed their residency.

  5. Fellowship (few more months or years)

    Fellowship is a training that is part of a process of becoming a specialist physician. During fellowship training, a physician follows a specialist closely to train in a sub-specialty. This step is also known as sub-specialization wherein your field of expertise starts to become broader and sound fancier with longer names like cardiology, pulmonology, plastic surgery, perinatology, developmental pediatrics, thoracic, cardiovascular surgery, etc.

  6. Consultant

    After all those years of studying and training, you are finally a full-pledged specialist physician with a mastery and expertise in your field. You will not be working anymore on overnight duties like in residency and fellowship because you will be working more as an on-call basis or work as a consultant at public or private hospitals or even have and start opening clinics.

The medical career path are seldom taken by students because of the double sacrifice they have to put into it. But with this unpredictable circumstances the world is facing right now and will face in the future, medical professionals are in demand. GCM is here to guide you in every way they can so that students will still enjoy the glorious sacrifice they are taking for the safety and benefit of everyone.

Achievements

Scholarships

1ST YEAR – 3RD YEAR SCHOOL UNIFORM

 

CLERKSHIP UNIFORM

 

School ID Releasing Process

Application for New ID Card Form (1st year & Transferee Students)

  1. After paying to the accounting office your tuition fee, you are now to proceed to the ICT Department.
  2. For ID capturing, students must wear a white uniform or a white polo shirt with collar.

    Note:
    • On natural hair color (no colored) and no eyeglasses.
    • Proper haircut and no beard and mustache for male students.

  3. Students must fill-out the Application for New ID Card Form in the department.
  4. After receiving the ID Card, you must proceed to the Office of the Registrar for the Verification Sticker.

Applications for New ID Card Form (Lost or Broken ID)

  1. If ID Card is broken, kindly keep and surrender the ID by attaching it to a short bond paper and bring it upon request for new ID and proceed to #3. If your ID isn’t broken, it should be surrendered, Proceed to #2.
  2. If ID Card is lost, kindly file of an Affidavit of Lost to any Law Office and bring it upon request of new ID Card.
  3. Proceed to the Student Affairs and Services Centre Office and find the Prefect of Discipline.
  4. Ask and fill up the Application of New ID Card Form and have the Prefect sign the form.
  5. Proceed to the ICT Department and bring along the Form and attached documents.
  6. After receiving the ID Card, you must proceed to the Office of the Registrar for the Verification Sticker.

For Online Application:

  1. You must have received and logged in to your LMS Account.
  2. Search our ID Staff in Teams Chat. (idstaff@gcm.edu.ph)
  3. Fill in this needed information and send it to the ID staff:
    1. Request type: New ID or Replacement (choose one)
    2. Family Name, Given Name, Middle Initial (if applicable)
    3. Year and Block
    4. LMS ID (xxxxxxxxx@gcm.edu.ph)
    5. Emergency Contact Person
    6. Emergency Contact Person Relation
    7. Emergency Contact Person’s Number
    8. Attach your 2×2 Picture (must wear a collared top (white if possible), clean face and NO SELFIE is allowed)
    9. Attach your e-signature or a picture of your signature in a clean white bond paper.
  4. Your message will be acknowledged 2-3 days after sending message, wait for a reply for confirmation of details.
  5. You should receive a releasing slip via teams to confirm that you can claim your ID, show this upon claiming.

 

Important Notes to remember:
For new students/transferee – Bring your Tuition Fee receipt.
For Lost/Broken (replacement) – Please pay ahead to the accounting and bring receipt.
For temporary ID Card Holder – Bring your Temporary card as proof, no temporary you will pay.
For Claiming other ID – Bring an Authorization Letter from the ID owner. (See sample below)

 

Figure 1: Sample Authorization Letter

 

For inquiries and concerns, email ictd@gcm.edu.ph

Registration Period and
Start of Classes per Year Level
of SY 2021-2022

Register Here

For registration online please follow this link

Get in touch

  • GOV. M CUENCO AVE., BANILAD, MANDAUE CITY, PHILIPPINES 6000
  • +63 995 321 1261
  • info@gcm.edu.ph