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Schools offering Tourism courses in the Philippines

A list of universities and colleges offering Bachelor's courses in Tourism in the 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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St. Louis University

  • Private University, Baguio City, Benguet
  •  BS in Tourism Management
  •  Bachelor's ₱ 40,000-60,000 per year

"The ambiance is good. Professors are approachable and lenient but they are sometimes strict. We don't have air-conditioned rooms because it is already cold in Baguio. We have computers, and other fa..."

A. B.  studied BSHTM-TTM,  graduated 2014

De La Salle University Dasmariñas

"DLSU-D I think is one of the best schools in the Philippines. It definitely provides students with quality education. It has a great ambiance that is conducive for learning; professors/instructors tha..."

R. J.  studied BSTM,  graduated 2010

Far Eastern University - Cavite

  • Private University, Silang, Cavite
  •  BS in Tourism Management
  •  Bachelor's ₱ 58,000-70,000 per year

"The ambiance is very very good. Environment lover. The upper rooms don't have air con, because our building is constructed with a very good facilities and equipment that don't need an air-con just a p..."

M. P.  studied BSTM,  graduated 2014

STI College - Fairview

  • Private College, Quezon City, Metro Manila
  •  BS in Tourism Management
  •  Bachelor's ₱ 60,000-64,000 per year

"The professors are somewhat good and for me it would still depend on the student if he/she wants to succeed. The atmosphere is alright and the facilities is sufficient for learning."

J. T.  studied BSHRM,  graduated 2012

Perpetual Help College of Manila

  • Private College, Manila, Metro Manila
  •  BS in Tourism Management
  •  Bachelor's ₱ 42,000-46,000 per year

"Overall, the school is nice though there are some flaws just like some other schools."

B. R.  studied BSHRM,  graduated 2011

University of Rizal System - Antipolo Campus

  • State University, Antipolo City, Rizal
  •  BS in Tourism Management
  •  Bachelor's ₱ 8,000-12,000 per year
  • Included in the Free Tuition Law

    This school is included under the "Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education" law that passed in 2017.

    The law covers students enrolled in State and Local universities/colleges in Bachelors and Certificate programs.

    Under the Law students in accredited State and Local universities/colleges will not pay any tuition fees or misc fee.

    The Law covers only first time students (students who don't already have a college degree).

    However, the full implementation of this law is not clear yet.

"My school is the oldest school in our region the buildings are too old but still conducive in learning and all the professors are friendly."

E. L.  studied BSTM,  graduated 2008

Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Marikina

  • Municipal University, Marikina City, Metro Manila
  •  BS in Tourism Management
  •  Bachelor's ₱ 8,000-16,000 per year

"PILMAR is one of the state universities, providing good and affordable education. I'm very thankful that I came from this school because it trained me a lot to be become a better man and a productive ..."

H. M.  studied BSHRM,  graduated 2003

Eulogio Amang Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology

  • State College, Manila, Metro Manila
  •  BS in Tourism
  •  Bachelor's ₱ 12,000-14,000 per year
  • Included in the Free Tuition Law

    This school is included under the "Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education" law that passed in 2017.

    The law covers students enrolled in State and Local universities/colleges in Bachelors and Certificate programs.

    Under the Law students in accredited State and Local universities/colleges will not pay any tuition fees or misc fee.

    The Law covers only first time students (students who don't already have a college degree).

    However, the full implementation of this law is not clear yet.

"Overall, it was still not develop because there are still a lot of building that need to be repaired. There were only few rooms that are air-conditioned but not bad for a public state college. Though ..."

R. E.  studied BSHRM,  graduated 2012

University of Mindanao

  • Private University, Davao City, Davao
  •  BS in Tourism Management
  •  Bachelor's ₱ 36,000-40,000 per year

"The school's ambiance is really fit for studying and relaxing at the same time. It has open areas like quadrangles, mini forest and gymnasiums where students can study or just socialize.Teachers are k..."

B. M.  studied BSTM,  graduated 2012

University of St. La Salle

  • Private University, Bacolod City, Negros Occidental
  •  BS in Tourism Management
  •  Bachelor's ₱ 54,000-80,000 per year

"Our school quadrangle is environmental friendly. it is really refreshing to study in gazebo where cold fresh air sets in, all the pressure of our feasibility study has gone by the wind.We wished thoug..."

J. E.  studied BSHM,  graduated 2012

De La Salle Lipa

  • Private College, Lipa City, Batangas
  •  BS in Tourism Management
  •  Bachelor's ₱ 90,000-120,000 per year

"The school continuously improves their facilities and services. There are professional instructors who are dedicated in their duties towards the students. When students have problems, they are very ap..."

P. D.  studied BST,  graduated 2009

Bulacan State University - Main Campus

  • State University, Malolos City, Bulacan
  •  BS in Tourism Management
  •  Bachelor's ₱ 12,000-16,000 per year
  • Included in the Free Tuition Law

    This school is included under the "Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education" law that passed in 2017.

    The law covers students enrolled in State and Local universities/colleges in Bachelors and Certificate programs.

    Under the Law students in accredited State and Local universities/colleges will not pay any tuition fees or misc fee.

    The Law covers only first time students (students who don't already have a college degree).

    However, the full implementation of this law is not clear yet.

"The ambiance of school is friendly yet crowded, competitive yet safe, and most of all the University is clean. Some professors are approachable some are not, most of them are friendly and good in tea..."

A. Z.  studied BSTM,  graduated 2017

Centro Escolar University

"My school is a place for continuous learning. They always teach their students to be responsible citizens. What I love with this school is the care that it has for students especially their security. ..."

A. L.  studied BST,  graduated 2007

Colegio del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus

  • Private College, Iloilo City, Iloilo
  •  BS in Travel Management
  •  Bachelor's ₱ 36,000-40,000 per year

"I can say that, we have a good atmosphere and good environment to have a group study while we are waiting for class. It's just like your second home because the professors or our teachers are absolute..."

V. P.  studied BSHRM-FBM,  graduated 2004

Philippine College of Technology

  • Private College, Davao City, Davao
  •  BS in Tourism Management
  •  BS in Travel Management
  •  Bachelor's ₱ 38,000-42,000 per year

"The school has good buildings and the professors are very qualified to teach. The ambiance is very conducive for students to study and also socialize and concerning facilities, all of the classrooms ..."

J. K.  studied BSHRM,  graduated 2013

Philippine Women's University - CDCEC - Calamba

"The atmosphere of the school was great because each room was air-conditioned and it's just the lobby's and hallways were slightly cozy. The professors were nice but terror during exams like every scho..."

J. F.  studied BSHRM,  graduated 2014

John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime University - Molo

  • Private University, Iloilo City, Iloilo
  •  BS in Tourism Management
  •  Bachelor's ₱ 56,000 per year

"The ambiance was very nice, very spacious, well ventilated nature inspired environment, surrounded with warm people, good vibes. The professors and teachers have a wide range of knowledge, well respe..."

C. M.  studied BST,  graduated 2008

La Consolacion College - Manila

"The atmosphere of my school really attract when I took my entrance exam. It was green, peaceful and my family wants me to stay in exclusive for girls. The professors were great, I did have smart, inte..."

J. L.  studied BSHRM,  graduated 2000

University of San Carlos

  • Catholic Private University, Cebu City, Cebu
  •  BS in Tourism Management
  •  Bachelor's ₱ 70,000-80,000 per year
  •  Center of Development in Tourism

"The ambiance was good. I liked the place because it's just so cool. All I can say about my instructors is that they were all good and they really help you learn and they will give a challenging task a..."

N. Y.  studied BSHRM,  graduated 2013

University of the Philippines Diliman

  • State University, Quezon City, Metro Manila
  •  BS in Tourism
  •  Bachelor's ₱ 40,000-50,000 per year
  • Included in the Free Tuition Law

    This school is included under the "Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education" law that passed in 2017.

    The law covers students enrolled in State and Local universities/colleges in Bachelors and Certificate programs.

    Under the Law students in accredited State and Local universities/colleges will not pay any tuition fees or misc fee.

    The Law covers only first time students (students who don't already have a college degree).

    However, the full implementation of this law is not clear yet.

"Highly competent professors, very helpful and easy to talk to but also had very high expectations. The university fosters a very open atmosphere as far as communication and feedback is concerned."

K. M.  studied BST,  graduated 2008

San Sebastian College - Recoletos

  • Private College, Manila, Metro Manila
  •  BS in Tourism Management
  •  Bachelor's ₱ 86,000-100,000 per year

"I came from a catholic school elementary and HS so it felt like nothing changed it's just the curriculum that changed. And of course since we are now college students the responsibilities of enrolling..."

P. L.  studied BST,  graduated 2004

Arellano University in Pasig

  • Private University, Pasig City, Metro Manila
  •  BS in Tourism Management
  •  Bachelor's ₱ 50,000-60,000 per year

"Kinda good.affordable tuition fee for high standard education."

R. P.  studied BST,  graduated 2008

Polytechnic University of the Philippines

  • State University, Manila, Metro Manila
  •  BS in Tourism Management

"The professors are the best. In terms of teaching and guiding the students. The atmosphere and facilities may not be as good as the private schools. But the important part is when the student learns s..."

R. C.  studied BSTM,  graduated 2013

University of Rizal System - Tanay Campus

  • State University, Tanay, Rizal
  •  BS in Tourism Management
  •  Bachelor's ₱ 8,000-12,000 per year
  • Included in the Free Tuition Law

    This school is included under the "Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education" law that passed in 2017.

    The law covers students enrolled in State and Local universities/colleges in Bachelors and Certificate programs.

    Under the Law students in accredited State and Local universities/colleges will not pay any tuition fees or misc fee.

    The Law covers only first time students (students who don't already have a college degree).

    However, the full implementation of this law is not clear yet.

"All of the campuses as of course located in the Rizal province. An advantage of this is the environment or atmosphere is less polluted and not complicated by the hustle and bustle of big cities. Anoth..."

A.  studied BST,  graduated 2008

Lyceum of the Philippines University

"The professors - are all professional. The facilities - just a bit crowded because a lot of student are taking hospitality courses."

J. S.  studied BSTM,  graduated 2011

University of Perpetual Help System DALTA in Las Piñas

  • Private University, Las Pinas, Metro Manila
  •  BS in Tourism Management

"The ambiance was good and harmonic The professors were well trained and prepared. The facilities were at it's best and meets the industry requirements"

G. A.  studied BST,  graduated 2012

University of San Agustin

"My school is famous here in my province because of a good education they provide to all the students. They have safe facilities that's why I have chosen this school and the atmosphere is great and co..."

B. B.  studied BSHRM,  graduated 2007

Philippine Women's University

  • Private University, Manila, Metro Manila
  •  BS in Tourism Management
  •  Bachelor's ₱ 110,000-120,000 per year

"What I found admirable in Philippine Women's University in Manila City is it's being a non-sectarian educational institution which means practicing openness to religion."

I. A.  studied BSHRM,  graduated 2010

Far Eastern University

"This university is one of the biggest and popular in Metro Manila and the tuition is not expensive. To get a good education, it is enough that the teachers are very good in sharing their knowledge."

K. A.  studied BSTM,  graduated 2003

Trinity University of Asia

"It can be the most outstanding school. They have facilities for comfortable learning."

R.  studied BST,  graduated 2008

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