Type: Private University
Entrance exam: Required (FEU-CAT)
Religious affiliation: Non-sectarian
Term structure: Semester
School year: starts in August
₱ 44,000-70,000 per year
₱ 100,000-120,000 per year
₱ 44,000-70,000 per year
₱ 140,000-150,000 per entire program
Based on the FindUniversity.ph Weighted Board Exams Ranking
|Rank in Metro Manila
||17th out of 47 schools
|Rank in Philippines
||74 out of 273 schools
Centers of Excellence
Centers of Development
Board Exams Performance
Displaying the passing rates of First Time Examinees only.
Based on the results of the past 4 exams of each board exam.
||Passing Rates (First Timers)
||Rank in Philippines
Address: Far Eastern University, Nicanor Reyes Street, Sampaloc Manila City, 1008 Metro Manila
Scholarships at FEU
There will be four major scholarship classifications. These are the following:
A. Merit Scholarships Merit scholarships are scholarships given on the basis of academic achievement. The main objective of the new policies for Merit scholarships is to attract the best candidates from among the applicants through better benefits over a longer period of time. It also aims to reward the best among students currently enrolled in the university.
1. Entrance Scholarships
2. Nicanor Reyes Senior Scholarship (NRSS)
3. Academic Scholarship
B. Needs-Based Scholarships Needs-based scholarships are intended to provide assistance to financially challenged students who do not have the means to finance their college education.
1. LEAP (Long-Term Educational Assistance Program)
2. Financial Assistance Fund
3. FEUCSO Scholarship
4. FEUCSO Tuition and Book Loan
C. Service Scholarships These scholarships are awarded to students with special athletic and artistic talents who represent the university in competitions and other worthwhile performances.
1. Athletics Scholarship
2. Cultural Scholarship
3. Student Leadership Scholarship
D. Special Needs Scholarships (Special Groups) • FEU Manila and FEU Makati only
Scholarship for Special Groups: Criteria for Awarding: To be determined by the Admissions and Financial Assistance Office in coordination with the OSD; given only to either: (1) those with orthopedic disabilities, or (2) from indigenous groups of the Cordillera Administrative region or among the Mangyans in Mindoro. Features: Full tuition and miscellaneous subsidy but must maintain a GPA of at least 2.5 (C+), effective SY 2014-15.
PD 577 and Union, Non-union, and Faculty Educational Benefits are maintained. Benefit is conditional on compliance with admission requirements and other university rules.
Externally-funded scholarships will not be included in the budget tally for FEU scholarships. Externally-funded scholarships will be monitored and administered by the office of Admissions and Financial Assistance to ensure non-duplication of scholarship awards.
1. Alliance in Philippine Partners in Enterprise Development (APPEND)
2. CHED Scholarship Program
3. Compassion International Scholarship Grant
4. Government Service Insurance System
5. Megaworld Foundation, Inc.
6. Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) Scholarship Grant
7. Philippine National Bank (PNB)
8. Scholarship and Youth Development Program (SYDP) – Quezon City
9. SM Foundation, Inc.
10. P.D. 577
For more details, please inquire at the Admissions and Financial Assistance, Ground Floor, Arts Building.