Rizal Technological University

Mandaluyong, Metro Manila
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Tuition fees
Bachelor's degree ₱ 16,000-20,000 per year
Type of school: Public University
Religious affiliation: Nonsectarian
Term type: Semester (2 terms per year)
Entrance exam: Required
Gender admission: Men & Women
Total enrollment (AY 2013/14): 9,000 students
Website: www.rtu.edu.ph

Courses offered at Rizal Technological University:


Based on the FindUniversity.ph Weighted Board Exams Ranking
Rank in Metro Manila 36 out of 46 schools view
Rank in Philippines 180 out of 259 schools view

Board exams performance:

Displaying the passing rates of First Timers only (does not include people who took the exam for the 2nd or 3rd time).
Based on the results of past 4 exams of each board exam.
Exam Passing Rate
(first timers)
Rank in Philippines
Electronics Technicians Board Exam 76%
Below Average
102 of 148
Nurses Licensure Exam 69%
Below Average
222 of 382
Architect Licensure Exam 69%
Above Average
29 of 71
Licensure Exam for Secondary Teacher 61%
Above Average
416 of 1119
Electrical Engineer Licensure Exam 60%
Below Average
95 of 143
Master Electrician Licensure Exam 56%
72 of 136
Licensure Exam for Psychometricians 53%
Above Average
29 of 139
Mechanical Engineer Licensure Exam 52%
Below Average
92 of 125
Real Estate Appraiser Licensure Exam 48%
93 of 178
Master Plumber Licensure Exam 44%
Above Average
39 of 88
Real Estate Broker Licensure Examination 42%
Below Average
194 of 286
Civil Engineering Licensure Exam 40%
107 of 195
CPA Licensure Exam 31%
160 of 332
Electronics Engineer (ECE) Licensure Exam 19%
106 of 153


Rizal Technological University
Boni Avenue Mandaluyong City,1550 Metro Manila

Scholarships at Rizal Technological University:

A. Institutional Grants

These are given by the University and are shouldered by the subsidy from the National Budget. Benefits range from 50% to 100% tuition and miscellaneous fee discounts. Included in this division are:

1. Academic - discount is based on the General Weighted Average (GWA) of the applicant

2. Alumni - sponsored by RTU Grand Alumni Association, Inc. (RTU-GAAI)

3. Athletic - given to the players that are sent to local and national sports competitions, including SCUAA and other athletic competitions

4. COE - offers 60% tuition fee discount to students enrolled in Cooperative Education 1

5. Cultural - given to members of the University’s audio-visual and performing arts group

6. Employee C/O - faculty members deduct the tuition and miscellaneous expenses of their selected beneficiaries from their monthly salary

7. Employee Free Tuition - given to maintenance team of the University

8. Publication - given to members of The Guardian Publication, the official campus organ of the University

9. ROTC - given to the University’s ROTC officers

10. RTU KAWANI - offered by the University’s Multi-Purpose Cooperative

B. Government Grants

These grants are generally given by government agencies (like CHED-administered programs). Some are given by local or national officials to their contingents (like CMCS, Cong. Albano and RCSF). These include:

1. Barangay/Sk

2. Barangay/Sk Educational Assistance C/O Atty. Jessie Cruzched

3. Dnd-Pasuc

4. Citizens’ Battle Against Corruption (Cibac)

5. City Of Mandaluyong Collegiate Scholarship (Cmcs)

6. Cong. Albano

7. Cong. Romulo (Pasig)

8. Dost-Sei

9. Gsis Educhild

10. Pd577

11. Philipine Veterams Affairs Office (Pvao)

12. Quezon City Scholarship And Youth Development Program (Qc-Sydp)

13. Rizal College Scholarship Foundation (Rcsf)

14. Safe4sr (Study Now, Pay Later)

C. Private Grants

These types of scholarship grants are given by private entities/institutions and non-government organizations. Some submitted themselves in the University’s Accounting System; others issue checks for indorsement to the Cashier. Some of the grants include:

1. Asian Development Bank Spouses’ Association (Adbsa)

2. Atty. Millar Scholarship Foundation

3. Atty. Pedro D. Ricafranca Sr. Memorial Scholarships

4. Global Greenwich Ak

5. Infoworx

6. Jollibee Aral Kabuhayan (Ak)

7. Lourdes School Of Mandaluyong Class ‘73 (Lsm’73)

8. Madam Marivic Caruncho (Pasig)

9. Mandaluyong Civic Group Of Southern California (Mandacal)

10. Neptali A.Gonzales Memorial Scholarship Foundation

11. Real Life Foundation

12. Tokyo-Tokyo Ak

13. Wack-Wack Golf And Country Club