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Universities and Colleges in Las Pinas

A list of universities and colleges in Las Pinas, Metro Manila.  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 College, Las Pinas
» Bachelor's degrees: No new enrollees due to K12.
Only transferees are accepted.
Application
Application for AY 2016/17 Master's programs Open till May 30, 2016
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 58,000-72,000 per year
We, at Saint Francis of Assisi College (SFAC), private and Catholic oriented, set in multi-campuses, envisions the total development of it's students as guided by the virtiues of Saint Francis of Assisi.
State College, Las Pinas
Application
Application for AY 2016/17 Bachelor's programs Open till Jun 10, 2016
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 38,000-44,000 per year
Through the years since it's establishment, PMMS has remained an exclusive school for nautical science, and subsequently in 1979 for marine engineering.
Private College, Las Pinas
ICI Las Pinas is part of Informatics Education. The school offers non-degree and short term courses that focuses on computer studies or computer literacy.
State College, Las Pinas
» Bachelor's degrees: No new enrollees due to K12.
Only transferees are accepted.
Tuition fees
The school has no tuition fee / no miscellaneous fee or any other fees.
Private University, Las Pinas
Application
Application for AY 2016/17 Bachelor's programs Open
Master's programs Open till Jun 10, 2016
Doctorate programs Open till Jun 10, 2016
Tuition fees
Bachelor's ₱ 54,000-60,000 per year
The University of Perpetual Help System DALTA is a co-educational and non-sectarian university. It offers courses in pre-school, elementary, secondary and the tertiary and graduate levels; as well as short vocational, technical and special courses.
Reviews of graduates
D. Y.  studied BSN,  graduated 2008
"It was under maintenance during my time (2008) and a lot has improved since then. The school made money off the nursing students. Some professors were not qualified and merely filled up the posts. Th..." read reviews >>
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