“The Palawan State University is geared towards serving its stakeholders in the most honest, professional, decent, efficient and transparent means and shall always be concerned about their welfare and development as citizens of this nation.”


 Palawan State University (PSU) has its humble beginnings as a teacher-training institution known as Palawan Teacher’s College (PTC). The school was founded on June 19, 1965 through RA 4303 and has started operating since March 2, 1972. In 1984, PTC was recognized as Palawan State College by virtue of Batas Pambansa 797 which authorized the school to offer other undergraduate degrees in Arts, Sciences and Technology.  The conversion into a state university came a decade later in November 12, 1994; the Palawan State University emerged as the premier institute of higher learning in the province of Palawan, with more than 19,000 students and almost 1000 faculty and staff members.

The PALAWAN STATE UNIVERSITY, the first state university in Palawan and in Region IV, traces its humble beginnings to the teacher training institution known as Palawan Teacher’s College (PTC), which was established through Republic Act 4303 on March 2, 1972. Then Congressman Gaudencio Abordo sponsored the bill establishing the college at the then municipality of Puerto Princesa.


 About this course

Duration: 4.5 Years | Level: Bachelors Program


Course Description

  • MBBS course takes 4½ years in Philippines for students who have finished class 12
  • For MBBS students the university have tie ups with US Colleges for Clinical clerkship rotation
  • Recommendation letters after the course helps in getting jobs in the USA after graduation



Climate of the Philippines is either tropical rain forest, tropical savanna, tropical monsoon, or humid subtropical (in higher-altitude areas) characterized by relatively high temperature, oppressive humidity and plenty of rainfall. There are two seasons in the country, the wet season and the dry season, based upon the amount of rainfall. 

This is also dependent on location in the country as some areas experience rain all throughout the year (see 

Climate types). Based on temperature, the warmest months of the year are March through October; the winter monsoon brings cooler air from November to February. May is the warmest month, and January, the coolest