<![CDATA[CollegeRev Philippines - Philippine Colleges]]>Tue, 01 Mar 2016 17:07:24 -0800Weebly<![CDATA[A List of Major Philippine Colleges and their Tuition Fees]]>Mon, 04 Aug 2014 11:55:40 GMThttp://collegerev.weebly.com/philippine-colleges/a-list-of-major-philippine-colleges-and-their-tuition-fees Tuition is the primary concern of parents, especially with skyrocketing fees that is continually outpacing inflation and burning holes in pockets. To help you make a better and more informed college decision, we've listed some of the more popular colleges, together with their corresponding tuition fees. 
School Location Approximate Tuition (Annual; Dependent on Major)
Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) Katipunan, QC Php 180,000
University of the Philippines (UP) Katipunan, QC Php 49,000
De La Salle University (DLSU) Taft, Manila Php 195,000
University of Santo Tomas (UST) España, Manila Php 96,000
Far Eastern University (FEU) Sampaloc, Manila Php 80,000
National University (NU) F. Jhocson, Manila Php 80,000
University of the East (UE) Sampaloc, Manila Php 82,000
Adamson University (AdU) Ermita, Manila Php 96,000
Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) Anonas, Manila Php 2,000
San Beda College Mendiola, Manila Php 150,000
Letran Intramuros, Manila Php 94,000
San Sebastian College Sampaloc, Manila Php 92,000
Mapua Institute of Technology (MIT) Intramuros, Manila Php 144,000
De La Salle College of Saint Benilde (CSB) Taft, Manila Php 120,000
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<![CDATA[New Era University Profile]]>Tue, 22 Jul 2014 05:42:36 GMThttp://collegerev.weebly.com/philippine-colleges/new-era-university-profile

NEU Profile

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New Era University or NEU, is a private university run by the Iglesia ni Cristo whose flagship campus is found in Quezon City, Metro Manila. It was founded in the 70s, but has grown much since then is now a major player in Philippine Higher Education. 

It offers K12, undergraduate and graduate degrees and is selective, with only students who have a general average of at least 83 and passed the NEU entrance test considered for admission. Although its primary mission is to serve the INC community, non-INC members are welcome to join the university.

It offers a wide variety of majors from areas like the arts, sciences and management. It also competes and wins regularly in academic competitions and national licensure exams and has notably been the alma mater of the latest board top-notcher for nursing, Kristine Danan, who scored 86.2% and beat other established institutions like OLFU and PLM.

More information at http://www.neu.edu.ph/era/

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<![CDATA[Mapúa Institute of Technology Profile]]>Wed, 09 Jul 2014 14:00:57 GMThttp://collegerev.weebly.com/philippine-colleges/mapua-institute-of-technology-profile

Mapua Institute of Technology

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The Mapúa Institute of Technology is a STEM focused institute founded by Tomas Mapúa, a graduate of Cornell University, in 1925. Its main campus can be found in Intramuros, Manila, and offers a variety of majors in the sciences, with a tilt towards engineering. 

After being purchased by the Yuchengco Group of Companies, the Institute continues its heritage of excellence, and continues to excel in the board exams for various disciplines. 

Vital Information

Main Campus: Intramuros, Manila
Tuition: P 137,084
Status: Private, Non-sectarian Research University
Coed: Yes
Number of Faculty: Not Published
Number of Students: Not Published
Student to Faculty Ratio: Not Published
Admit Rate: Not Published
Website: www.mapua.edu.ph

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<![CDATA[Polytechnic University of the Philippines Profile]]>Wed, 09 Jul 2014 13:59:08 GMThttp://collegerev.weebly.com/philippine-colleges/polytechnic-university-of-the-philippines-profile

Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP)

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The Polytechnic University of the Philippines is the Philippines' first polytechnic university, founded in 1904. It is a public institution that began as the Manila Business School during the American Era, and grew to become one of the biggest higher education institutions in the Philippines based on student population. 

It has campuses in Metro Manila, and both central and southern Luzon. With 1483 full time faculty, it has a student to faculty ratio of over 45 to 1. It is one of the best public tertiary institution in the country, and its students are styled iskolars ng bayan, just like their peers at the University of the Philippines. 

Vital Information

Main Campus: Sta Mesa, Manila
Tuition: 12 pesos per unit, non-inclusive of fees. 
Status: Public Research University
Coed: Yes
Number of Students: Over 70,000
Faculty: 1,483
Student to Faculty Ratio: 1:47
Minimum Admission Requirements: Weighted Average of 82% and a passing score in the PUPCET
Website:  www.pup.edu.ph
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