Schools offering Journalism courses in Manila
A list of universities and colleges offering Journalism courses in Manila, 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.
"Atmosphere - inside the university..it's ok. Generally conducive for studying but outside it's a totally different environment. Chaotic. I graduated from a private school so studying in P.U.P. Was an ..."
"I was very fortunate to be taught by professors, whose teaching was their second career. They worked from respected media entities. One advantage of having professors who worked in the media is that t..."
"The atmosphere was conducive to learning. Teachers were competent and conscientious on imparting their knowledge."
"Majority of our professors are practitioners on their respective fields. They are experts and well-versed in imparting their knowledge on what really happens when we get into actual world of the field..."
"Colegio de San Juan de Letran-Manila's atmosphere does not scream "academic institution". It exudes more of a homey feel that builds up it's students' confidence and inner achiever. The professors ar..."
"Ambiance was conducive to learning. There was a good balance of open space. The professors were quite good. They were the best in their field that time."
"I graduated before the advent of IPAD but during those time we pretty much used top-of-the-lines communication facilities. I think the University invested on hiring practitioners during our time becau..."
Schools with less than 10 examinees in the past 4 exams, are not ranked.
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