St. Luke’s opens search for medical scholarship grantees

posted March 03, 2021 at 11:10 pm
by  Manila Standard
The St. Luke’s Medical Center Foundation Inc. has announced the opening of its search for Full Five-Year Medical Scholarship Grantees starting Academic Year 2021.

The program is open to all Filipino students who wish to pursue but cannot afford the expensive medical education in the country for them to fulfill their dreams of becoming excellent doctors someday.

The grant provides a 100-percent funding for the tuition, laboratory, miscellaneous and other school fees as well as yearly book allowances that will cover the student’s full Doctor of Medicine Program at the St. Luke’s Medical Center College of Medicine – William H. Quasha Memorial (SLMCCM-WHQM).

The SLMCCM-WHQM is acknowledged as one of the country’s top medical schools with a 100-percent passing rate record for its first-time taker graduates in the Professional Regulations Commission Physician’s Licensure Examination consistently since 2009.

Established in 1994, SLMCCM-WHQM aims to produce future doctors by catering to students with strong desire to develop into exceptional physicians and leaders of the medical profession. It boasts of innovative medical and scholarship education system drawn from its long years of providing top notch academic and training facility and faculty.

The school is noted to be among with the most subjects in basic and clinical research that continuously produce graduates primed towards specializations in pursuit of excellent healthcare and world-class technology.

Application forms are now available at https://www.stlukesfoundation.org.ph while queries may also be coursed through email address #[email protected]# or tel. no. 8723-01-01 ext. 3823.

Topics: St. Luke’s Medical Center Foundation Inc. , Full Five-Year Medical Scholarship Grantees
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