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Universities and Colleges in Angeles City

A list of universities and colleges in Angeles City, Pampanga.  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.
Private University, Angeles City
Application
Application for AY 2015/16 Open
Tuition fees
Bachelor's₱ 30,000-35,000 per semester
Master's₱ 14,500 per trimester
Holy Angel University is a private Catholic university located in Angeles City in the province of Pampanga, Philippines. Founded in 1933, it is considered the first Catholic school in the country that was founded by the laity (instead of the diocese or a religious congregation) as well as the first ...
A. B.  studied Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,  graduated 2009
"About my school, the atmosphere is good. It's a mixture of serious crowd studying in one side and on the other side are a group of chit-chatting happy people. The professors seems to be very serious ..."
Private University, Angeles City
Application
Application for AY 2015/16 Open
Tuition fees
Master's₱ 13,000-17,000 per trimester
C. D.  studied Doctor of Medicine,  graduated 2006
"The clinic, the library, and the laboratory were all air-con. There was a canteen, gym, and social hall where the many extra curricular activities were held. The atmosphere of a fiesta is ever present..."
Private College, Angeles City
Application
Application for AY 2015/16 Open
Tuition fees
Bachelor's₱ 21,000-24,000 per semester
Master's₱ 7,400-18,500 per semester
A non-sectarian educational institution inspired by her universal values system, RCC stands as the enduring legacy of the founder’s love of his fellowmen who, given the opportunity can rise to great heights of professional and personal achievement.
Public University, Angeles City
Tuition fees
Bachelor's₱ 15,000-20,000 per semester
C. I.  studied Bachelor of Arts in Psychology,  graduated 2013
"The university provided students with a sense of freedom and independence. There were no rigid rules to adhere to and we are given the chance to express ourselves freely.The professors were great and ..."
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