List of Universities and Colleges in Manila, Philippines
Filipinos value education highly and will make a great sacrifice to obtain the greatest ambition of every Filipino family, which is to send every child to gain a tertiary education.
There are several tertiary institutions in the Philippines, most of them are located in the country’s capital city, Manila. Tertiary institution operates on a semester system with an optional summer term. The medium of instructions in all courses are in English, except if you are majoring in Filipino. Students will be able to choose from hundreds of course available in the different colleges and universities around Metro Manila.
List of Universities Located in Metro Manila.
Lyceum of the Philippines University
Pamantasan Ng Lungsod Ng Maynila
Below is a list of tertiary colleges and institutions in Metro Manila, some of them are non-profit, non-stock educational institution, others are owned and managed by private sector and catholic organizations.
The list is arranged in alphabetical order.
- Angelicum College
- Assumption College
- Chiang Kai Shek College
- Colegio de San Juan de Letran
- College of the Holy Spirit
- Don Bosco Technical College
- Emilio Aguinaldo College
- Eulogio "Amang" Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology
- Guzman College of Science and Technology
- La Consolacion College
- La Concordia College
- Manila Doctors College
- Miriam College
- Mapua Institute of Technology
- National Teachers College
- Philippine College of Criminology
- Philippine Merchant Marine Academy
- Philippine School of Business Administration
- San Beda College
- San Sebastian College
- Santa Isabel College
- Sienna College
- STI College
- St Jude College
- St Joseph College Quezon City
Researched and Compiled by: MM del Rosario
Date: 11 October 2009
Updated : 18 August 2013
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