Scholarships

1. Entrance Scholars

  • University Entrance Scholar– this entitles the awardee to a free tuition fee, laboratory fee and miscellaneous fees (equivalent to approximately PhP170, 000 per year) and is awarded to a Freshman who is a holder of the Latin Honor in BS course with NMAT of 85% or better, and is recommended by the Committee on Admissions and the Committee on Scholarships and Academic Honors with concurrence of the Dean, College of Medicine, and approval of the President of the Medical Center. Summa Cum Laude graduates will be entitled to an additional book allowance amounting to PhP15,000.00.

  • To be entitled to succeeding year level scholarship, the student must meet the following criteria:

    • He must maintain a GWA of 1.75 or better

    • He must maintain a good behavior

    • He must be continuously enrolled

    • President Dalupan Entrance Scholarship

      Full scholarship – this entitles the awardee to free full tuition and laboratory fees for one year and is granted to incoming Freshmen who graduated Summa Cum Laude or Magna Cum Laude from his pre-med course, and is recommended by the Committee on Admissions and the Committee on Scholarships and Academic Honors with concurrence of the Dean, College of Medicine, and approval of the President of the Medical Center.

      To be entitled to the same discount in the second semester of the first year, the awardees must have a weighted average of the semester work of 1.45 or better, and no grade below 2.5.

    • Partial scholarship – this entitles the awardee to a 50% discount on tuition and laboratory fees for one year and is granted to incoming Freshmen who graduated Cum Laude from his pre-med course and is recommended by the Committee on Admissions and the Committee on Scholarships and Academic Honors with the concurrence of the Dean, College of Medicine, and approval of the President of the Medical Center.

    2. Honorific Scholars

    • Scholarships for Academic Excellence Full scholarship – any student with a weighted average of 1.75 or better at the end of the academic just completed is entitled to free tuition and laboratory fees for one year in the succeeding school year upon the recommendation of the Committee on Scholarships and Academic Honors with the concurrence of the Dean, College of Medicine, and approval of the President and Chief Academic Officer of the Medical Center.
    • Partial scholarship – any student with a weighted average of 2.00 or better at the end of the academic just completed is entitled to 50% discount on tuition and laboratory fees for one year in the succeeding school year upon the recommendation of the Committee on Scholarships and Academic Honors with the concurrence of the Dean, College of Medicine, and approval of the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Medical Center. For both scholarships, the student should have no grade below 2.5.

    3. Grants–in–Aid

    Tuition fee discount is given by UERMMMC, Inc. to financially deserving students in the 2nd, 3rd and 4th or 5th year level. This scholarship entitles the student of 15% to 80% discount on tuition and laboratory fees. Eligible students are interviewed and recommended by the Committee on Scholarships and Academic Honors with the concurrence of the Dean and approval of the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Medical Center. Application forms are available at the Dean’s Office.

    4. College-Based Scholarship

    Partial Scholarship Grant(UERMMMC Alumni Foundation in the USA, Inc) This consists of partial subsidy for tuition and other school fees to students in the 2nd, 3rd and 4th year with the following qualifications:

    • good moral character

    • average grades

    • financially needy

    Book Scholarship Grant(UERMMMC Alumni Foundation in the USA, Inc) This is awarded to 2nd, 3rd and 4th year students for book expenses who have satisfied the following criteria:

    • good moral character

    • average grades

    • financially needy

    Students who received the above scholarship grants may apply for the same grants for the following school year provided they pass all subjects. The Committee on Scholarships and Academic Honors shall choose the grantees from the applicants for Grants-in-Aid and recommend these to the Dean for approval.

    Special Honors Award(UERMMMC Alumni Foundation in the USA, Inc) This is given to freshmen students who have excellent academic performance in the baccalaureate degrees but do not qualify for the Pres. Francisco Dalupan Entrance Scholarships. This award entitles a qualified freshman student to partial tuition fee for one semester. Upon the recommendation of the Committee on Scholarships and Academic Honors with the approval of the President and Chief Academic Officer, the awardees will be chosen from the list of applicants based on the following criteria from selection:

    • GWA of 1.8 or better

    • NMAT percentile mark of 90 or higher

    • Interview with the Committee on Scholarships and Academic Honors

    Gold and Silver Scholarships This grant is awarded as early as the 2nd semester in the first year to students who have attained excellent academic standing. They are selected by the members of the Committee on Scholarships and Academic Honors. The Gold Scholarship awardees receive $2,000.00 a year while Silver Scholarship awardees receive $1,000.00. The following are the sponsors of these scholarship grants

    • UERMMMC Alumni Foundation in the U.S.A., Inc. (AFUSA):

      • UERMMMC Medicine Class `72

      • UERMMMC Medicine Class `73

      • Dr. Epifania Miranda-Caturay

      • Dr. & Mrs. Samuel Piga

      • Dr. Nimfa Raagas-Aguila

      • Dr. Monina Posa-Kane

      • Drs. Rolando and Africa So-Torio

      • Drs. Armand and Leilani So-Wiltz/p>

      • Dr. Fernando Garcia

    • UERMMMC Medical Alumni Association of America, Inc.

    • UERMMMC Medical Alumni Association, Midwest Chapter

    Other Scholarships

    • North Texas Association of Philippine Physicians – awarded to incoming second semester 1st year student

    • UERM Medical Foundation, Inc. (Northeast Chapter)

    • Association of Philippine Physicians in Ohio (APPO)– awarded to incoming 2nd semester first year student

    • Association of Philippine Physicians of America Foundation (APPAF)

    • Agripino and Pacita Ybanez Memorial Fund

    • Dr. Vicente Ames Scholarship Grant

    • Dr. Romeo Saavedra Scholarship Grant

    • Dr. Nora Medina-Garcia Scholarship Grant

    • Dr. Nestor Garcia Scholarship Grant

    These renewable scholarships shall be granted to students who fulfill these criteria:

    • Good moral character

    • GWA at year end of no less than 2.25, no grades lower than 2.75

    • Financially needy

    Application forms are available at the Dean’s Office starting second semester of the school year. Eligible candidates are interviewed and recommended by the Committee on scholarships and Academic Honors to the Dean for final approval. The respective associations are then informed of the grantees.