ADMISSION COMMITTEE

  • Senior Executive Vice-President
  • Dean
  • Vice-President for  Academic Affairs
  • Registrar
  • Guidance Counselor

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OFFICERS

Mr. Birendra Acharya
+977 9841269691
bacharya@tmtc.edu.ph

Marivic P. Bagallon, RN, MSN
+63916 883 6814
mbagallon@tmtc.edu.ph

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

A. For Level 1: Admission and Selection Policy

To qualify for the TMTCS Medicine program, the student applicant:

  1. Must be a holder of a Baccalaureate degree;
  2. Must have NMAT;
  3. Must pass the interview;
  4. Must be physically fit;
  5. Must be normally and ethically upright with no previous and/or existing disciplinary case;

Requirements for Admission:

  • Birth certificate
  • Certificate of good moral character
  • Official Transcript of Records showing a completion of degree course with Special Order from CHED (if graduated from a Private Higher Education Institution);
  • Official Transcript of Records showing a completion of degree course (if graduated from an Autonomous/ Deregulated School)
  • Copy of Diploma or Certificate of Graduation
  • Certified True Copy of NMAT score

B. For Transferees

Transferees are medical students who have withdrawn from other schools provided that the students have not been dropped due to poor academic performance and who would like to continue in TMTCS. Only students with Certificate of Eligibility to Transfer and have satisfactory academic performance shall be admitted.

The Transferee applicant:

  1. Is referred to the Registrar’s Office for academic advising;
  2. Must pass the interview;
  3. Must be physically fit;
  4. Must be normally and ethically upright with no previous and/or existing disciplinary case;

Requirements for Admission:

  • Birth certificate
  • Certificate of good moral character from the last school attended
  • Official Transcript of Records showing all subjects taken from the last school attended
  • Certified True Copy of NMAT score

C. For Foreign Students:

1. Holder of a Baccalaureate degree;

2.  National Medical Admission Test (NMAT). Know more about test here: https://www.cem-inc.org.ph/nmat/

3. Interview;

4. Physically fit; present medical certificate

5. 9F student Visa / ACR Requirements

       

Requirements for Admission:

  • Birth certificate
  • Certificate of good moral character
  • Official Transcript of Records showing a completion of degree course
  • Certified True Copy of NMAT score
  • Copy of Diploma or Certificate of Graduation
  • Copy of ACR-I card issued by the Bureau of Immigration

    The following students may be admitted:

    A. FOR LEVEL I:

    • All freshmen admission inquiries are forwarded to the admission, counseling, and testing office.
    • Applicants are informed of the schedules of the testing dates.
    • An assessment indicating the testing fee is given to the applicant, who pays the said amount at the Accounting Office.
    • After the payment slip is presented to the Admission Staff, the applicant will be given the necessary form and will do the following:
    1. Come on time during the testing date,
    2. Bring the filled-out Admission Applicant Form with a 2 x 2 picture attached on the upper right position of the form
    3. Bring 2 #1 mongol pencils.
    • All student-applicants will be scheduled for interview. The schedule of interview will be announced before the admission test.
    • The applicants who have been scheduled on assigned interview dates are instructed to come on time. The First Come, First Interviewed policy is implemented during the interview dates.
    • The names of all successful and accepted applicants will be posted in the TMTCS bulletin board 3 days after the interview.
    • All successful and accepted applicants are forwarded to the admission for proper screening and recommendation to the Dean.
    • Applicants who successfully passed the screening and recommendation shall only be admitted by the Dean.


      B. FOR TRANSFEREES

    • All transferee applicants are academically evaluated by the Registrar. The Registrar determines which subject will be credited and which subjects will be enrolled.
    • The applicant is recommended for testing and is referred to the Admissions, Counseling and Testing Office.
    • The requirements and testing for the admission exam are explained to the transferee-applicant.
    • An assessment form indicating the testing fee is given to the applicant, who is then instructed on the following:
    1. Come on time during the testing date,
    2. Bring the filled-out Admission Applicant Form with a 2 x 2 picture attached on the upper right position of the form
    3. Bring 2 #1 mongol pencils.
    • All transferee applicants will be scheduled for interview. The schedule of interview will be announced before the admission test commences.
    • The applicants who have been scheduled on assigned interview dates are instructed to come on time. The First Come, First Interviewed policy is implemented during the interview dates.
    • The names of all successful and accepted applicants will be posted in the TMTCS bulletin board 3 days after the interview.
    • All successful and accepted applicants are forwarded to the admission committee for proper screening and recommendation to the Dean.
    • Applicants who successfully passed the screening and recommendation shall be admitted by the Dean.

      The School of Medicine reserves the right to impose the following:

      1. Admission and Testing

      The office also:

      1. Accurately assesses the students’  needs and use the same for counseling and/or testing process,
      2. Interprets test and other appraisal results for students,
      3. Implementing the TMTCS,
      4. Ensures that the use of any record/s  are for the benefit of the students and for the confidential use by school administrators working with those students;
      5. Maintains confidentiality of all students assessments.

      AND SUCH OTHER EXISTING POLICIES NOT ENUMERATED HEREIN ARE DEEMED CONSIDERED IN FULL FORCE EFFECT:

      A. Nature

      This office is part of the Administrative set-up and making policy body of the College. The College Registrar’s decision carries weight in cases involving credentials, evaluation of subjects or credits, academic placement, and eligibility for graduation.

      B. Functions:

        • Enforces government and school regulations regarding entrance requirements, enrollment loads, transfers, promotions, subject sequences, graduation, and other related matters.
        • Attends to transactions with external and internal offices/ agencies on matters related to its functions:
        • Safe keeps highly important documents of the students, whether confidential or non-confidential;
        • Administers and prepares academic records of all students;
        • Consolidates class and exam schedules each term and plans/ executes registration procedures; and:
        • Issues certificates, grades, transcript of records, transfer credentials, clearances, and diplomas to the students.

      2. Admission Policies/ Enlistment/ Enrollment

        1. An individual becomes a member of the TMTCSupon enrollment.
        2. A student is enrolled only if he has submitted all the prescribed credentials, settled all financial obligations, and have his enrollment assessment form stamped enrolled and paid.
        3. To facilitate enrollment, a student must register on the designated date for the academic year. Details on enrolment procedures and schedules of classes are posted in the Registrar’s Office Bulletin Board. Deadlines set must be strictly followed. No changing of section-block is allowed after enlistment. A penalty fee shallb e charged for late enrollment.
        4. Credentials submitted for enrolment become part of the student’s permanent record and cannot be withdrawn after classes have started.
        5. Failure to submit the admission credentials after one (1) semester of attendance at TMTCS will render the student’s enrolment null and void.
        6. Payment of tuition and other fees confirms enrollment. All students must settle their financial obligations on or before the deadline set by the Registrar and Accounting Office. The name of the students who fail to pay their school fees on the specified dates shall not appear on the final Enrolment List, Class List and Grading Sheets. Thus, they are not officially enrolled.
        7. Students with unsettled accounts maybe allowed to enroll in the succeeding term provided all accounts are paid prior to enrollment.
        8. When a student fails to settle his accounts, the College may withhold other services, such as release of grades and Transcript of Records until accounts have been settled.
        9. The college reserve the rights to impose fines/penalties and/or refuses admission to late registrants.
        10. Students who filed Leave of Absence (LOA) or were meted disciplinary suspension may apply as returnees subject to the terms and conditions set by the College.
        11. A student who incurs change of status from single to married, address and other relevant information should immediately inform the Registrar’s Office in writing.
        12. Each student is issued an Official Identification Card, which is valid for as long as he or she is enrolled in the school.
        13. TMTCS students are required to attend an Orientation Seminar and comply with all medical requirements before the start of classes.

      3. Promotion and Retention Policies

      • Must obtain a grade point average of 3.00 (75%).
      • No failure in any major or minor subject in the immediately preceding semester of study.
      • Retake the failed subjects:
      1. A student who fails in 40% or more of total annual academic load, in hours, at any year level shall be put on probation status in the  college.
      2. A student who fails in the same subject/course twice at any year level shall be automatically dropped from the rolls .


        4. Residency and Unit Requirements

        1. Students should meet the residency requirements (at least two years in the college) – 50% of the total number of units required for the course and 75% in the major subjects.
        2. No students will be allowed to enroll in advance subjects without completion of the prerequisites. Subjects taken without having finished the required prerequisites will not be credited.
        3. No student shall be promoted to the next year level in case of an outstanding deficiency in the current year level. On a case-to-case basis and at the discretion of the Dean, a student who failed in a major subject may be given additional advanced minor loads, provided that the rules on pre-requisites are observed.