ADMISSIONS FOR SY2013-2014
08 OCTOBER 2012 to 11 JANUARY 2013
LIST OF ACCEPTED APPLICANTS
Admissions results will be available on or before 15 March 2013.
- BS or AB Degree (graduate or graduating 2nd Semester of SY2011-2012)
- Satisfactory performance in the following required courses (course descriptions below)
- General Biology or General Zoology or General Botany (3 units lecture and 1-2 units laboratory)
- Cell and Molecular Biology (3 units lecture)
- Biochemistry (3 units lecture)
- General Physics (4-5 units lecture and laboratory)
- NMAT score (with a percentile rank of 85 or higher)
B. APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
1. Online application form: Available here.
2. Application fee (in cash or check payable to: “Ateneo de Manila University”
• Php 2,750.00 for local applicants
• USD 300.00 for foreign applicants
3. Official Transcript of Records – Undergraduate, and, Graduate (if any)
4. Certification of General Weighted Average (GWA) or Quality Point Index (QPI), if not included in the Official Transcript of Records
5. Certificate of batch ranking
6. Official NMAT Results
7. Recommendation Letters (2) from the following:
• Dean or College Secretary
• Department Chairman
8. Personal essay about yourself and how you envision yourself 10 years from now. (to be uploaded with the online application)
Guidelines for the essay:
• 3 pages, double spaced, Times New Roman size 12
9. 2” x 2” photo (to be uploaded with the online application)
Follow photo guidelines indicated on the online application.
- Applicants who pass the document review will be scheduled for panel interview. Please check your online admissions account regularly for updates on your admission status.
- All incoming first year students will be required to attend the Transition Summer Program.
Please submit/mail application to:
Office of the Registrar
Attention: Admissions Officer
Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health
Don Eugenio Lopez Sr. Medical Complex
Ortigas Avenue, Pasig City
Trunkline: (+63 2) 706 3085 to 87, extension 3012
Mobile No.: (+63 923) 706 8038
Mondays to Fridays (except holidays)
9:00 am to 12:00 pm
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Frequently Asked Questions (SY2013-2014) ASMPH FA APPLICATION - NEW - OFW INCOME 2013-14ASMPH FA APPLICATION - NEW - NON OFW INCOME 2013-14
Cell and Molecular Biology
A discussion of current models relating cell structure and function. The biochemical and morphological evidence upon which such models are based critically evaluated. Discussions also focus on the histological comparison of organelle functions in different cell types. Molecular topics include nucleotide biosynthesis, structure, replication, transcription and translation of nucleic acids, control of gene expression in bacteria and higher organisms.
An introductory course on biochemistry, covering the structure-function relationships of the four classes of biomolecules; carbohydrates, lipids, proteins and nucleic acids.
A conceptual introduction to topics in Physics in Life Science and/or Engineering, providing the mathematical framework required by the discipline without the calculus. It may be taught with emphasis on topics and needs of particular service disciplines.