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Universities and Colleges in Metro Manila

A list of universities and colleges 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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State University, Quezon City, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 40,000-50,000 per year
Depends on the annual income
The University of the Philippines Diliman is a coeducational and public research university located in Quezon City, Philippines. It is the flagship university, seat of administration, and the fourth oldest constituent university of the UP System.
Reviews of graduates
E. D.  studied BSED,  graduated 2002
"I had fun studying in UP Diliman. Aside from the UP Fair, the Lantern Parade, and all that jazz, I was taught how to be independent. The atmosphere itself is nature at its finest. It seemed like I was..." read reviews >>
Private University, Manila, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 210,000-225,000 per year
Master's ₱ 50,000-95,000 per year
Doctorate ₱ 110,000-205,000 full program
De La Salle University - Manila is an internationally recognized Catholic university established by the Brothers of the Christian Schools in 1911.
Reviews of graduates
E.  studied BSECE,  graduated 2001
"The school is very conducive to learning. It is located in the heart of Manila. Facilities and atmosphere are superb." read reviews >>
Private University, Quezon City, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 160,000-180,000 per year
The University seeks all these, as an academic community, through the exercise of the functions proper to a university, that is, through teaching, research and service to the community.
Reviews of graduates
C. A.  studied BSMATH,  graduated 2004
"Professors are friendly and competent. Atmosphere: relaxing outside environment, but a bit intense in the classroom (which is quite expected). Facilities: just right, though nothing superlative." read reviews >>
State University, Manila, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 4,500-6,000 per year
To date, PNU is designated as the National Center for Teacher Education as mandated under Republic Act 9647 signed on June 30, 2009.
Reviews of graduates
M. M.  studied BEED,  graduated 2004
"The professors: just like movies, there are good ones, and bad ones, too. I just pick out their good qualities. They were professors who really inspired me to continue with my studying because they re..." read reviews >>
Private University, Manila, Metro Manila
» Bachelor's degrees: No new enrollees due to K12.
Only transferees are accepted.
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 70,000-90,000 per year
Centro Escolar University has pursued academic excellence in it's course offerings by continuously raising quality standards, upgrading facilities, updating curricula, and developing a highly professional and dynamic teaching force and university staff.
Reviews of graduates
M. C.  studied BSTM,  graduated 2014
"All rooms are air-conditioned except for some laboratories. The library has most of the books that you need (also thesis), the librarians are friendly too. There are lots of canteens to choose from in..." read reviews >>
Private University, Manila, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 110,000-130,000 per year
Reviews of graduates
K. M.  studied BSPHAR,  graduated 2011
"After five years of studying college, I can say that my school gave me the best quality Catholic Paulinian education. The university has prepared me to become a competent pharmacist. It wasn't easy to..." read reviews >>
State University, Manila, Metro Manila
» Bachelor's degrees: Some programs are suspended due to K12.
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 2,000-4,000 per year
Reviews of graduates
J. P.  studied BSCS,  graduated 2007
"The school is a good training ground for knowledge foundation and skills acquisition despite that not very comfortable atmosphere or limited facilities." read reviews >>
State University, Manila, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 40,000-50,000 per year
Depends on annual income
A large public university offering numerous programs at a very affordable cost.
Reviews of graduates
K. M.  studied BSN,  graduated 2011
"Every UP campus has the aura of competitiveness among the students. Having a friendly competition is healthy and it encourages you to strive harder and it boosts your confidence as well. Although, I d..." read reviews >>
Private University, Manila, Metro Manila
» Bachelor's degrees: Some programs are suspended due to K12.
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 80,000-100,000 per year
Adamson University, a Catholic Vincentian educational institution, is a recognized leading center for quality education particularly for the socially disadvantaged.
Reviews of graduates
M. S.  studied BSCE,  graduated 2006
"A catholic school that promotes good values to their students. Professors are good in their teaching performance with nice relationship to their students. Their credentials were suite to become a tea..." read reviews >>
State College, Manila, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 12,000-14,000 per year
Master's ₱ 7,000-9,000 per year
Reviews of graduates
V. P.  studied Bachelor of Education,  graduated 2003
"Just simple noisy and not organized, however the state university are very excellent in terms of professors, all are graduate of doctoral degree in engr and science. The facilities since its a gov't s..." read reviews >>
Local University, Makati, Metro Manila
» Bachelor's degrees: Only K12 graduates are accepted
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 3,000-7,000 per year
Master's ₱ 5,000-18,500 per year
Doctorate ₱ 61,000 full program
Makati residents pay less than non-residents.
Reviews of graduates
W. M.  studied BSMKT,  graduated 2010
"The ambiance is really cozy, fresh air brought by the huge trees whenever I'm inside the campus I feel different it's like as if I am transported into a province with green surroundings very clean the..." read reviews >>
Private University, Quezon City, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 34,000-38,000 per year
NEU is a private, non-sectarian educational institution established by the Iglesia ni Cristo. It aims to develop among it's students and other clientele, academic excellence, professional responsibility and social awareness founded on genuine Christian principles.
Reviews of graduates
D. A.  studied BEED,  graduated 2005
"The school classrooms are well-ventilated and facilities are fully-functional. The atmosphere encourages you to study well. We have excellent and efficient professors." read reviews >>
State University, Manila, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 20,000-22,000 per year
Reviews of graduates
K. B.  studied EET,  graduated 2003
"The atmosphere was just fine for learning and it is surrounded by different schools. The instructors were okay and I can say that they have taught their students well." read reviews >>
Local University, Manila, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 600-16,000 per year
Almost free for Manila residents
The Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila (PLM) is a pioneer, a leader, and a model institution of higher learning in the Philippines.
Reviews of graduates
L. P.  studied BSN,  graduated 2008
"Atmosphere is fine, tensed. People are all struggling to pass everything. Professors are strict, over-actingly strict. Not to mention the facilities, which are quite poor." read reviews >>
Private University, Manila, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 100,000-120,000 per year
Far Eastern University in the University Belt area, West Sampaloc, City of Manila, is a nonsectarian, private university. Created by the merger of Far Eastern College and the Institute of Accounts, Business and Finance, FEU became a university in 1934.
Reviews of graduates
C. R.  studied BS-BIO,  graduated 1989
"The place is good for learning new things in life. The professors understood what needs to be learned and shared their experiences." read reviews >>
State University, Mandaluyong, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 16,000-20,000 per year
RTU rises as a state university that will unceasingly fulfill it's mission, vision, goals and objectives.
Reviews of graduates
R. J.  studied BSCE,  graduated 2008
"The ambiance here was relaxing. I can go to mini park near in dormitory and sometimes I go to tunnel which used by Japanese in early years as armory. When I want to eat for snack, I go to Kiosk behind..." read reviews >>
Private University, Manila, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 48,000-50,000 per year
Master's ₱ 37,000 per year
Doctorate ₱ 115,000 full program
The MLQU is accessible from all parts of Metro Manila and suburbs by quick and easy means of transportation. It is near the famous Quiapo Church where practically all transportation lines cross.
Reviews of graduates
A.  studied ABJ,  graduated 2011
"We had a special classroom for Journalism majors. We found it cozy during our lectures because our professors let us eat and drink coffee. In addition, he used different techniques in teaching - multi..." read reviews >>
Private College, Manila, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 64,000-66,000 per year
Reviews of graduates
S. S.  studied BSN,  graduated 2009
"Atmosphere wise, well it was a very good place to study because it's quiet. Professors, were good as well but not that good and the facilities, we had a nursing building so we can study better." read reviews >>
Private College, Muntinlupa City, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 40,000-50,000 per year
Lyceum of Alabang envisions in becoming one of the country's premier colleges involved in the pursuit and advancement of knowledge in all it's dimensions, as an end in itself and as tool for personal, community and national development.
Reviews of graduates
R. P.  studied BSCS,  graduated 2008
"As what I have said, the school has a friendly ambiance, extremely safe since anywhere has CCTV and the whole campus is heavily guarded. The school is very competitive as they already established a go..." read reviews >>
Private University, Manila, Metro Manila
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 76,000-84,000 per year
Lyceum of the Philippines University envisions itself as a leading university in the Asia-Pacific region, dedicated to the development of the integral individual who constantly seeks the truth and acts with fortitude in service to God and country.
Reviews of graduates
P. J.  studied AB-POL.SCI,  graduated 2005
"Back then, the university enjoyed a reputation as a hub for free-thinkers. I found it had a liberal and easygoing air that encouraged students organizing for common interests. I joined the debate team..." read reviews >>
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