Master's courses offered in Metro Manila
A list of universities and colleges offering Master's courses in Metro Manila, 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.
"Most of the professors come from the fields of engineering and the social sciences. Most of your classmates will be working. Having classmates from government agencies, NGOs and the academe contribute..."
"The school is situated in a secured village. It is centrally air-conditioned, and this includes the classrooms, library, audio-visual, canteen, and even the chapel. The teachers are among the best in ..."
"The school is one of the best in the country. The professors are a mix of Academe and Industry experts. The facilities are world class and the campus is condusive to studying."
"The school has state of the art and cutting edge facilities that help students to have the best learning experience a school has to offer. With very experienced professors to top it all off, what more..."
"Everyday in law school is like a thesis defense day; its not enough you know the answer, but you must also know how to explain it, expound on it and defend it. My law professors were really great, som..."
"Everything about the school is alright, atmosphere, the professors, facilities also. They are continually being improved over time."
"You cannot joke around here since you're going to be a lawyer. Had to join a fraternity too. Professors were lawyers, which showed how serious this is."
Schools with less than 10 examinees in the past 4 exams, are not ranked.
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.