Type: Private College
Entrance exam: Required
Religious affiliation: Non-sectarian
Term structure: Trimester
School year: starts in May
₱ 3,000-12,000 per entire program
₱ 15,000-35,000 per year
Based on the FindUniversity.ph Weighted Board Exams Ranking
|Rank in Rizal
||3rd out of 3 schools
|Rank in Calabarzon
||36 out of 37 schools
|Rank in Philippines
||267 out of 273 schools
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: ICCT Colleges Cainta, V.V. Soliven Ave II, Cainta, 1900 Rizal
Scholarships at ICCT Colleges Cainta
1. President’s List Scholarship Award.
• The President’s List Scholarship Award is available to students enrolled at ICCT Colleges. Students under this scholarship shall represent 10% of the total enrollment of the previous trimester. This award shall be based on the following:
• The candidate must carry at least a total of 15 units offered of the course for the regular trimester in order to qualify for the scholarship.
• A residency requirement of at least one trimester is required.
• The student candidate must not have a final grade lower than 2.00 in both academic and non-academic subjects.
• The student candidate must have a general weighted average of 1.75 or higher.
• A student who obtains a general weighted average of 1.25 or higher shall be entitled to a full tuition scholarship for the next trimester.
• A student who obtains a general weighted average between 1.75 and 1.26 shall be entitled to a partial tuition scholarship for the next trimester.
• Application for President’s List Scholarship Award shall be on a trimestral/semestral basis only.
• The candidate must be of good moral character certified by the Career Guidance Counselor supported by the recommendation of any faculty member under whom the candidate has the most number of subjects as well as endorsement by the Vice President for Academic Affairs and the Department Head concerned.
2. Student Assistantship
ICCT Colleges employs a limited number of responsible students who serve as assistants in some departments of the ICCT Colleges requiring their services. Students may apply but selection depends on their academic performance, ability to do the job and sufficiency of time for work. Payment for services is based on the number of hours rendered. A student who qualified for the Student Assistantship program shall enjoy the tuition-fee discount under the WAYS program.
3. Siblings Discount
As a form of incentive, ICCT Colleges offers the following discount: when two or more brothers/sisters enroll during the same term, the second brother/sister shall be granted a 10% discount, the third a 20% discount, the fourth 30% discount, and the succeeding brothers/sisters, a 50% discount.
4. Government Employees and Dependents Discounts. ICCT Colleges recognizes the hardworking government employees, thus grants a 50% percent discount on the tuition fee of qualified government employees and dependents. However, these discounts are subject for the approval of the President upon submission of the requirements through the Office of Student Affairs.
5. Work As You Study (WAYS) Program. A student may apply as working student via the WAYS program. Students qualified for the program shall be made to pay 100 pesos per unit on the tuition fee as oppose to the regular 130 pesos per unit fee. As another assistance, qualified applicants may be given schedule to work in any division of William and Co. Phils, Inc. Or in any of it's sister companies or establishment partners.
6. MR & MS ICCT SCHOLARSHIP Grant – A scholarship grant given to the winners of the Search for Mr. & Ms. ICCT. The grant ranges from a FULL SCHOLARSHIP to tuition fee discounts to the deserving winners of the pageant.
7. DR. CONSUELO L. CO (DCLC) SCHOLARSHIP Program – An institutional scholarship program offered to qualified and deserving high school graduates with Valedictorian, Salutatorian and within the Top 5 graduates status in their High School. Students who will qualify for this scholarship program shall enjoy Full Scholarship Grant and a trimester/semester stipend/allowance respectively. A Scholarship committee shall screen student applicants and will determine the qualified students. Two (2) scholarship slots shall be allotted for the following programs; BSN, BSC, BSECE, BSA, BSEd, BEEd, BSMedTEch, BSHRM).
8. Scholarship/Grant Sponsored by Private Entities/Individuals
• Amy Foundation Inc. Scholarship Program
• Francisco P. Felix Educational Foundation (FPFEF) Inc. Scholarship Grant
• Ramon A. Ilagan Foundation Scholarship Grant (Ramon A. Ilagan Center for Studies & Dev’t. Inc.,) Grant
• Philippine Chamber of Commerce & Industry (PCCI) – ICCT Colleges Scholarship Grant “Karunungan Para Sa Kinabukasan)
• Aurelio Periquet Jr. Foundaton Scholarship Program
• Eastern Rizal Filipino Chinese Chamber of Commerce, Inc. (ERFCCI) “Fire Volunteers” Scholars/Scholars Unlimited
• ICCT Colleges–Millicent Foundation Scholarship Program
• ICCT Colleges Foundation, Inc. & Up with People Foundation, Inc & Rotary Club of Greenmeadows Scholarship Program
• Skills Enhancement & Educational Development For Students (JOLIBEE – SEEDS)
• SEA OIL (SHARK) Scholarship Program
9. Other Scholarship Grants:
• Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Scholarship Programs – CHED provides educational opportunities to poor but deserving students through various student financial assistance programs (STUFAPs);
- PESFA – Private Education Student Financial Assistance Program
- SSP – State Scholarship Program
- CSSGP – CHED Senate Study Grant Program
- PWD – Person with Disability Study Grant
- SAFE 4 SR –Students’ Assistance Fund for Education for a Strong Republic
• Technical Education & Skills Development Authority (TESDA) Scholarship Programs
- PESFA – Private Education Student Financial Assistance Program
- ADB – Asian Development Bank Grant
- PGMA – TWSP – President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo – Training for Work Scholarship Program
- LEP – Ladderized Education Program
• Department of National Defense (DND) Scholarship Program
• Sapientes Milites Scholarship Grant (SMSFI)
• Philippines Veterans Affairs Office (PVAO) Scholars
• AFP Educational Benefit System Office (AFP-EBSO) Scholars
• Rizal Scholarship Foundation
• Hon. Casimiro A. Ynares III, MD Scholarship Program
• USEC. Ricardo R. Blancaflor Scholarsip Program
• Scholarship and Youth Development Program (SYDP)
• • One Discount Policy – As a matter of general policy, no student shall benefit from more than one (multiple) tuition fee discounts. In cases when a student has qualified, is entitled to more than one discounts, he/she shall enjoy only the highest discount.
• Valedictorian & Salutatorian Scholarship Grant
• Don Jose Cosiongco Foundation Scholarship
• Dr. Sergio R. Ortiz-Luis Jr. Scholarship Program
• DOST scholarship
• Mayor Ramon A. Ilagan Scholarship Program
• Mayor George R. Gacula Scholarship
• Mayor Cecilio M. Ynares Scholarship
• TekBok Iskolar ni Gob Program