Type of school: Private College
Religious affiliation: Catholic
Term type: Semester (2 terms per year)
Entrance exam: Required
Gender admission: Women Only
₱ 120,000-140,000 per year
₱ 54,000-67,000 per year
₱ 130,000-195,000 per entire program
Courses offered at Miriam College:
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||11 out of 46 schools
|Rank in Philippines
||32 out of 259 schools
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Based on the results of past 4 exams
of each board exam.
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Katipunan Avenue 1100, Loyola Heights, Quezon City, 1108 Metro Manila
Scholarships at Miriam College:
1. Student Scholarships
All Miriam College students who comply with prescribed scholastic and deportment criteria are eligible for academic scholarships. Grants and Assistance may be awarded to students from the different units: the Child Study Center, Grade School, High School, MC-SAID, College and Graduate School. Since their tuition is supported by the school, all Miriam College Adult E ducation (MAE) students are also considered scholars.
2. Honor Scholarships
This is awarded on a yearly basis to students with exemplary academic standing. An honor scholar e njoys 100% discount on tuition.
3. Endowed Scholarships
The fund comes from the interest of the amount deposited by the benefactors in Miriam College; scholarship benefits are based on guidelines given by the benefactor.
4. Special Scholarships
The fund comes from a benefactor who chooses to send students to Miriam College; scholarship is renewable on a yearly basis or after a student has graduated; scholarship benefits are dependent on the instructions given by each benefactor.
5. Athletics Scholarships
Awarded to student athletes on a yearly basis as long as they meet the scholarship requirements.
6. Financial Aids
All Miriam College students are eligible to apply for financial aid as long as they conform with established criteria based on academic performance, deportment and demonstrable financial need. College grantees of financial aid are expected to render certain hours of service each semester.
7. CEM-MC Scholarship
The Center for Educational Measurement, Inc., (CEM), a non-stock, non-profit organization providing educational measurement and research services to schools, believes in and supports the importance of measurement and research in becoming an effective institution.
Recognizing the need for expertise in these areas, CEM has collaborated with Miriam College in awarding full tuition scholarship for qualified 15 applicants to undertake the Master in Education major in Measurement and Evaluation program to commence in November 2012.
Description of the Program
The Master in Education major in Measurement and Evaluation is a 14-month non-thesis program which starts November 2012 and ends March 2014. Combining the study of research design, testing and assessment, and evaluation, the program is designed to prepare students for research and academic careers in education, social sciences, and human services.
Coverage of the Scholarship
All successful applicants will receive full scholarship which provides tuition, basic, and miscellaneous fees for the entire duration of the program. The scholarship will not cover other costs such as instructional materials and living and travel expenses. This is exclusive to schools using CEM tools only.
Scholarship Eligibility and Requirements
Selection of successful candidates will be based on the following:
• Must be a Filipino citizen
• Evaluation of credentials
• Examination results
• Information and Application
For further information about the scholarship and scholarship application form, please email or call either of the following:
1. College of Education - firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone 332-3302 or 580-5400 to 29 ext. 3410.
2. Admission’s Office - email@example.com, telephone 580-5400 to 29 ext. 8240.
All applications for the scholarship must reach the College of Education not later than SEPTEMBER 15, 2012
The Miriam College LEAD Center Residence Hall is the school's brand new, on-campus dormitory that can house as many as 130 students and guests. This four-storey facility has two residential clusters—15 rooms located on the the first two floors are for conference/workshop guests and 16 rooms on the 3rd and 4th floors are for students.
The Residence Hall takes pride in it's environment-friendly and energy-saving features. The generous use of glass for walls and windows allow natural light in during daytime. Proper shading and the expert use of natural ventilation allows wind to circulate in all the rooms. The installation of toilet tank economizers and the regulated use of water heaters ensure low energy consumption. While all bedrooms have air-conditioners, there are ceiling fans and airy balconies for natural ventilation. The entire buidling is Wi-Fi enabled.
The Residence Hall is located near the Caritas Hall beside MC-Southeast Asian Institute for the Deaf. Reservat