Our Lady of Fatima University


 The Philippines (Filipino: Pilipinas) is an archipelago in South-East Asia of more than seven thousand islands located between the Philippine Sea and the South China Sea at the very eastern edge of Asia.

Many wonderful beaches are just part of one of the world’s longest coastlines and it takes about 20 years to spend a day on every island. Since Spanish colonial times, the country has been Asia’s largest Catholic country. Over a hundred ethnic groups, a mixture of foreign influences and a fusion of culture and arts have enhanced the uniqueness of the Filipino identity and the wonder that is the Philippines.


As of 2010, the Philippines has a population estimated at 93 million and growing very rapidly. From its long history of Western influence, 377 years by the Spaniards and 49 years by the Americans, its people have evolved as a unique blend of East and West in both appearance and culture. Filipinos are largely Austronesian (more specifically Malayo-Polynesian) in terms of ethnic origin. However, many people, particularly in the cities of Luzon and the Visayas, have Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Spanish and American mixtures, whereas those living in the provinces are mostly of pure Austronesian origin (known as “native”). Many Muslims in the Sulu archipelago near Borneo have Arab, Indian and Chinese mixtures. The four largest foreign minorities in the country are as follows: Chinese, Indian, and the Japanese. Also of significance are the Americans, Indonesians, and Arabs. Pure Spaniards and other Europeans form a very small proportion in the country’s population.


The government of the Philippines was largely based on the United States model. The President of the Philippines is elected directly by the people, and serves as both the Head of State and Head of Government.


The Philippines is not only the largest Christian country in Asia, but also it is the world’s third largest Catholic Nation. The Catholic faith remains the single biggest legacy of three hundred years of Spanish colonial rule. Catholicism is taken quite seriously in the Philippines. Masses draw crowds from the biggest cathedrals in the metropolis to the smallest parish chapels in the countryside. During Holy Week, most broadcast TV stations close down or operate only on limited hours and those that do operate broadcast religious programs. The Christian faith exerts quite a bit of influence on non-religious affairs such as affairs of state. Mores have been changing slowly, however; artificial birth control, premarital sex, and the dissolution of marriage vows have been on the rise.


Qualification of Applicants

1.GPA: 2.5

2.Bachelor degree graduate

3.Have basic English skill

4.NMAT 40%



 ADDRESS : Valenzuela Campus    120 Mc Arthur Highway   Valenzuela City

  • private university, established since 1967 by Dr. Jose Olivarez Santos
  • Before 1967,Our lady of Fatima university was established, Dr. Jose Olivarez Santos fund the Our lady of Fatima hospital as the health care center in Valenzuela city.
  • 1967, Our lady of Fatima hospital change from a general hospital to be a medicine college.
  • 1973, Our Lady of Fatima College of Nursing found .
  • 1990s, the college diversified, starting programs in computer science, maritime education, education, psychology, biology, and business.
  • 2008,Fatima’s College of Nursing to be designated by CHED as a
  • Center of Development




Jose Reyes Memorial Hospital 450Beds
Fatima University Medical Center 150Beds
Quezon City General Hospital 250beds
National Center for mental health 4200beds
San Lazaro Hospital 500beds
Joes Fabella Mmorial Hospital 700beds


Chinese General Hospital And Medical Center

Chinese General Hospital And Medical Center 2Chinese General Hospital And Medical Center 1Chinese General Hospital And Medical Center 3


Jose R.Reyes Memorial Medical Center (450 Bed)

Reyes Memorial Medical Center


 Tuition Fee


Pre-course tuition fee

End of June Middle of Aug 2015

USD 3000.00
Foreign student donation fee USD 6000.00
MD program tuition fee /year USD 7000.00
Graduation fee USD 3500.00
Total program tuition fee cost USD 40500.00=1,300,000BAHT


Food: 5000baht /Month

Dormitory: 4000baht-7500/ Month

Average yearly food+ dormitory  cost :  150,000baht/year



We make sure that our students feel comfortable while staying with us, where everything you need is right on the building for your convenience.

  • 24 Hour Security and Surveillance Cameras
  • Gives you assurance for a safer stay with us
  • Roving guards regularly patrol the area day and night to make sure that the place is free from any disturbances.

The Lobby

  • Allows you to meet and interact with your guests and friends




Documents Original Copy
1 Official transcript of records 1 2
2 Diploma or Certificate of Graduation 1 2
3 Certificate of good moral character 1
4 Affidavit of Financial Support by parents or guardians from country of origin. 1 1
5 Police clearance 1
6 Copy of passport 1 2
7 2*2 (white background ) 4
8 Motivation letter 1
9 Personal history statement 1
10 Certificate of Birth 1
11 ID card 3
12 House registration certificate 2



Admission Test

4MD program   

September 2016 Enrollment —–   left 15 quotas only

Admission test

Thai 4MD students



Thai 4MD students in Ourlady of

Thai students from all over Thailand,

Chiangrai, Chiangmai, Phayao, Lei, Udonthani

Ubonthani, Phijit, Sisaket , Chonburi, Khonkean

Bangkok, Surathani, Songkha, Pathani, Yara


Departure to Manila



Students and family


Health Checkup in Fatima hospital

School Tour


Oraintation 1 September 2015




The National Medical Admission Test (NMAT) is an instrument designed to upgrade the selection of applicants seeking admission to Philippine medical schools. It evolved from a widespread concern to screen qualified candidates aspiring for a medical degree. It intends to improve the quality of medical education in the country and envisions to elevate the medical profession to a level of competence through a careful evaluation of student potentials for future medical studies.

Pursuant to the Medical Act of 1959, the Board of Medical Education (BME), under DECS Order No. 52 series 1985 and in consultation with the Association of Philippine Medical Colleges Foundation, Inc. (APMC), required the NMAT as a prerequisite for admission in all medical schools nationwide beginning school year 1986 – 1987.

The Center for Educational Measurement, Inc. (CEM) has been authorized to manage the affairs and activities related to the operation of the NMAT since the first administration of the test in December 1985. With CEM’s experience as an educational testing agency, it was commissioned to develop the NMAT, ensure the reliability and validity of the test, and uphold the confidentiality of results and integrity of its administration.

Q & A

1. What is the NMAT?
The NMAT, or National Medical Achievement Test, is the Philippines’ version of the United States’ MCAT, an admission test for prospective medical students. This is not to be confused with the NMAT for one of India’s MBA Schools.

2.How much do the NMAT registration and testing fees cost (for foreigners)?
While the registration payment procedures page says that it only costs PHP1,900.00 (roughly 50.00USD) for both the registration and testing fees, it actually costs 30.00USD for the registration and 350.00USD for the testing fees, if you are a foreigner, bringing the total up to 380.00USD. You will only discover this huge price difference after you have completed the registration form and have been prompted to enter your payment information.

3.Can I complete the NMAT registration online?
Yes. From my experience today, I was able to complete the online application (using a laptop for my registration and an Android Tablet for my husband’s), pay in USD using a major credit card, and have my NMAT ID (attachment–needs to be downloaded, printed, and presented at the testing site) and NMAT Application number instantly emailed to me after submitting my online payment.

4. Will I experience any technical glitches while completing the online NMAT registration?
There was one technical glitch. When filling out the registration form, make sure you first scroll down to the very bottom left and indicate how you would like the NMAT results to be sent to you–in my case, I chose “postal mail” (vs. “pick up in person”) since I do not live in the Philippines (you can provide an international address). Somehow, this field magically disappears when you start filling out the rest of the registration form. If you do not address this field first before completing the rest of your registration, you will not be able to proceed

to the next step (and you won’t be able to find this field again, either). If you do end up encountering this (or, if you get kicked out of the site while in the middle of the registration process), you can always go back and request for another verification link to be sent to the same email address that you originally used.

5. How can I make sure that I have been properly registered to take the NMAT?
According to the Notice of Admission section on the NMAT Registration Website, check the website two weeks before the test date, click the link for “Room Assignment”, then download your Notice of Admission. If you discover that your NMAT Application Number is not on the list, call the NMAT Secretariat immediately at (02) 813-3686 or 813-3694 to 95 (loc/ext. 108).

6. Are there any NMAT testing centers in the United States?
Yes. I had read that there are NMAT testing centers in Los Angeles and New York. We registered for the NMAT scheduled for December 1, 2012, and it will be administered in the Crystal Ballroom of the Hacienda Hotel at LAX. The instructions on the NMAT Registration Website indicate that we must report to the testing site by 7:00AM local time.

7. How often are NMATs administered?
Only twice a year, in April and December (from what I understand). It is important to be mindful of the NMAT registration deadline that is posted on the NMAT Registration Website.

8. How long are the NMAT results good for?
From what I gather, it depends on the school. Since we are particularly interested in attending the De La Salle Health Sciences Institute – College of Medicine, we inquired with their Admission’s Office and learned that it is good for a year (or in some special cases, a year and a half).

9. Can I retake the NMAT?
From what it looks like on the online NMAT registration form, I believe so. I haven’t done any additional research specifically with regards to how soon you can retake it; and I certainly hope that I wouldn’t have to do so!

10. How can I prepare for the NMAT while living in the United States?
Unlike in the Philippines, I have not found any NMAT Review Centers in the United States. This means, it’s all about self-study. In addition, the major U.S. bookstore chains do not carry the MSA NMAT Reviewers in store–or in the case of Barnes and Noble, it’s not available on their Nook eReader, either. If you visit the MSA Online Market, you will find that they currently do not ship to the United States. The alternative would be to download and/or purchase the few NMAT Reviewers that are available online (see below) and scour the Internet for some articles, forums/discussions, and blogposts regarding the NMAT. Certain discussion threads mention contacting the nearest Philippine Consulate for information on where to obtain such reviewers, starting with the one in Los Angeles.

11. What kind of NMAT Reviewers can be downloaded and/or purchased online?
– You can download the NMAT Practice Set (Test and Answer/Explanation Key) from the NMAT Registration Website as soon as you complete your online registration.
– You can purchase a Kindle / e-book version of the MSA NMAT Practice Test 1 in Biology via Amazon.com for 4.99USD. E-books can be viewed using any web browser; all you need is to register for a free Amazon.com account and access their Cloud Reader (or, you can download the free Kindle app and view the e-book on your iPad or Android Tablet). Unless you already own a Kindle, you really don’t need to buy one.
Unfortunately, the two other MSA Reviewers (the red book, priced at PHP648.00, is the Reviewer Set for Verbal, Inductive Reasoning, Qualitative, Perceptual Acuity, Biology, Physics, Social Science, and Chemistry, while the yellow book, priced at PHP150.00 is for Chemistry) are not available on the Kindle, yet, and MSA currently does not ship to the United States, either.

12. What do I need to bring on the day of the test?
According to the instructions and requirements sections on the NMAT Registration Website, the important documents to bring on the day of the exam are as follows:

13. NMAT Identification Form (this will be emailed to you immediately after you successfully complete the online NMAT Registration)
Valid ID, i.e. passport, drivers license, etc.
Photocopy of Transcript of Records
One copy of a recent 2″x2″ colored photo with white background

14. How will I know my NMAT results?
According to the NMAT Results section on the NMAT Registration Website, examinees can view and/or download their NMAT results after 5 working days. However, the electronic copy is not valid for admission purposes. The hard copy will be mailed 6 weeks after the December test date (4 weeks after the April test date). You may request a duplicate copy in case you did not receive the original copy one week after the official mailing date.



450Baht / book




Qualification of Applicants


1.GPA: 2.5

2.High school graduate

3.Have basic English skill


  •   International Standards Organization  (ISO) Certified for 9001:2008 Standards for Educational Institutions.
  • Accredited by the Philippines Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA)
  • Recognized as one of the Top Performing Dental Schools For the past 14 years by the Bord of Dentistry of the Professional
  • Regulations Commission (PRC) for Exemplary school Board Performance.

Clinical hospital for training

Institutional Member South East Asia Association for Dental

Education  (SEAADE)

Chiang Mai University Faculty Of Dentistry

Hong Kong University  Faculty Of Dentistry

International School of Cambodia

Kanagawa Dental College of Japan

Tuition Fee

Pre-dental foreigner students application fee Pay before program start USD2000.00=64000.00baht
Pre-dental tuition fee 1st   year   of   study 1020.00USD= 32640.00 THB
2nd year   of   study 1020.00USD= 32640.00 THB
Dental program foreigner students application fee Pay before program start USD4000.00=128000.00baht
Dental program tuition fee 3rd year   of   study 2700.00USD= 86400.00 THB
4th year   of   study 2700.00USD= 86400.00 THB
5th year of     study 2700.00USD= 86400.00 THB
6th year of     study 2700.00USD= 86400.00 THB
Total 602,880.00baht/6 years 100,000 .00baht /year


Food: 5000baht /Month

Dormitory: 4000baht/ Month

Average year cost : 220,000.00baht


Documents Original Copy
1 Official transcript of records 1 2
2 Diploma or Certificate of Graduation 1 2
3 Certificate of good moral character 1
4 Affidavit of Financial Support by parents or guardians from country of origin. 1 1
5 Police clearance 1
6 Copy of passport 1 2
7 2*2 (white background ) 4
8 Motivation letter 1
9 Personal history statement 1
10 Certificate of Birth 1
11 ID card 3
12 House registration certificate 2

Admission test

4DDS and 6 DDS program  

September 2016 Enrollment —–   left 15 quotas only