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Schools offering Pharmacy courses in Metro Manila

Bachelor's programs

A list of universities and colleges offering Bachelor's courses in Pharmacy in Metro Manila, Philippines.  Whenever possible we provide full details about the courses in each of the schools, including tuition fees, admission requirements, course description and the admission phone number.
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Private University, Las Pinas, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 64,000-66,000 per year
icon section titleCourses offered
BS in Pharmacy
Board exam performance (first timers):
Pharmacist Licensure Exam53% passing rate 14th in Metro Manila
Reviews of graduates
Y. P.  studied BSN,  graduated 2006
"The school is very conducive to studying. Facilities and professors are great." read reviews >>
Private University, Quezon City, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 40,000-44,000 per year
icon section titleCourses offered
BS in Pharmacy
Board exam performance (first timers):
Pharmacist Licensure Exam73% passing rate 11th in Metro Manila
Reviews of graduates
M. C.  studied BSN,  graduated 2007
"Our school is placed on the mountain top. Beyond it, are trees and a river where the view is very nice and has a fresh air to breathe.The professors are really professional in dealing with their stude..." read reviews >>
Private University, Quezon City, Metro Manila
icon section titleCourses offered
BS in Pharmacy
Reviews of graduates
N. L.  studied BSN,  graduated 2008
"The teachers we had in Trinity are very qualified and are the topnotch of their calibres. They have different distinctions and awards and are known to be respected in their respective fields.The chall..." read reviews >>
Private University, Quezon City, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 90,000-100,000 per year
icon section titleCourses offered
BS in Pharmacy
Board exam performance (first timers):
Pharmacist Licensure Exam66% passing rate not ranked info
Reviews of graduates
L. B.  studied BSN,  graduated 2010
"Our institution only offer medical courses. The classrooms, facilities, and even the surrounding itself is I think very favorable for us. In term of professors, they hired exactly the people who knows..." read reviews >>
Private University, Manila, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 70,000-80,000 per year
icon section titleCourses offered
BS in Pharmacy
Board exam performance (first timers):
Pharmacist Licensure Exam81% passing rate 6th in Metro Manila
Ocular Pharmacologist Board Exam52% passing rate 1st in Metro Manila
Reviews of graduates
K. Z.  studied BSPHAR,  graduated 2014
"Ceu Manila, being one of the early universities who offered BS Pharmacy course has this old Spanish times ambiance. Though the buildings are old, classrooms are equipped with up to date facilities, ea..." read reviews >>
Private University, Manila, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 66,000-120,000 per year
icon section titleCourses offered
BS in Pharmacy
BS in Clinical Pharmacy
Board exam performance (first timers):
Pharmacist Licensure Exam94% passing rate 3rd in Metro Manila
Reviews of graduates
E. D.  studied BSPHAR,  graduated 2010
"The ambiance is very well suited for learning. The professors are very well trained and educated. The facilities are very well maintained especially the library. They make sure that the references are..." read reviews >>
Private College, Quezon City, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 50,000-60,000 per year
icon section titleCourses offered
BS in Pharmacy
Board exam performance (first timers):
Pharmacist Licensure Exam40% passing rate 16th in Metro Manila
Reviews of graduates
J. A.  studied BSN,  graduated 2008
"At World Citi Colleges, the atmosphere is inviting. The school has three branches, Caloocan, Antipolo, and the main branch, Quezon City. WCC have their own hospital which is World Citi Medical Center ..." read reviews >>
State University, Manila, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 40,000-50,000 per year
Included in the Free Tuition Law info
icon section titleCourses offered
BS in Pharmacy
BS in Industrial Pharmacy
Board exam performance (first timers):
Pharmacist Licensure Exam100% passing rate 1st in Metro Manila
Reviews of graduates
W. C.  studied BSPHAR,  graduated 2009
"Most of the professors are young (there are definitely some exceptions) . Some even just recently graduated the year before. Sometimes it is awkward for the irregular students when they see one of the..." read reviews >>
Private College, Manila, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 80,000 per year
icon section titleCourses offered
BS in Pharmacy
Board exam performance (first timers):
Pharmacist Licensure Exam52% passing rate 15th in Metro Manila
Reviews of graduates
L. P.  studied BS-PT,  graduated 0
"The atmosphere is not inviting, it is surrounded by a lot of things, bystanders all over the area, it is not organize." read reviews >>
Private University, Caloocan City, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 80,000-90,000 per year
icon section titleCourses offered
BS in Pharmacy
Board exam performance (first timers):
Pharmacist Licensure Exam74% passing rate 10th in Metro Manila
Ocular Pharmacologist Board Exam25% passing rate not ranked info
Reviews of graduates
A. F.  studied BSN,  graduated 2001
"Well organized. The instructors are well professional." read reviews >>
Private College, Manila, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 32,000-36,000 per year
icon section titleCourses offered
BS in Pharmacy
Reviews of graduates
J. E.  studied BSN,  graduated 2007
"Atmosphere - in manila, let's faced it, that we need to adjust and adopt those environment that we always encountered, those faces of many people, the different establishments that we always see, the ..." read reviews >>
Private University, Makati, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 70,000-80,000 per year
icon section titleCourses offered
BS in Pharmacy
Board exam performance (first timers):
Pharmacist Licensure Exam75% passing rate 9th in Metro Manila
Municipal University, Makati, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 2,000-6,000 per year
Makati residents pay less than non-residents.
icon section titleCourses offered
BS in Pharmacy
Board exam performance (first timers):
Pharmacist Licensure Exam100% passing rate 1st in Metro Manila
Private University, Manila, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 100,000-120,000 per year
Center of Excellence in Pharmacy
icon section titleCourses offered
BS in Pharmacy
BS in Clinical Pharmacy
Board exam performance (first timers):
Pharmacist Licensure Exam94% passing rate 3rd in Metro Manila
Reviews of graduates
P. I.  studied BSPHAR,  graduated 2005
"UST's environment and surrounding is very conducive for learning. Professors are not just there to teach you everything inside the classroom, they also teach you things that you can learn outside the ..." read reviews >>
Private University, Manila, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 110,000-120,000 per year
icon section titleCourses offered
BS in Pharmacy
Board exam performance (first timers):
Pharmacist Licensure Exam88% passing rate 5th in Metro Manila
Reviews of graduates
B. E.  studied BSPHAR,  graduated 2011
"Ambiance - first thing came to my mind was OLD. The building itself is very old and I felt like I was in a museum for it has very large paintings of the owner. Professors - there were great professor..." read reviews >>
Private University, Manila, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 50,000-60,000 per year
icon section titleCourses offered
BS in Pharmacy
Board exam performance (first timers):
Pharmacist Licensure Exam20% passing rate 18th in Metro Manila
Reviews of graduates
A. J.  studied BSN,  graduated 2011
"The atmosphere was pretty good even if it's a small school.... AU is accessible and it's only within the vicinity of u-belt.. The Professors were good too since they are able to impart knowledge that ..." read reviews >>
Private College, Manila, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 40,000-50,000 per year
icon section titleCourses offered
BS in Pharmacy
Reviews of graduates
J. A.  studied BSN,  graduated 2009
"I can say that it was worth it studying there, they were strict alright implementing the "battery" which means they would drop students who have grades that are below 80, but it's for our own good." read reviews >>
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