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How much is your annual cost of tuition fee ? (College)

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P15,000 - P25,000
P25,001 - P50,000
P50,001 - P100,000
P100,001 - P300,000
P300,001 - P500,000
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IntraLover

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Most Expensive Schools in the Philippines
« on: May 16, 2012, 07:15:22 PM »
Which schools have the most expensive tuition bills here in the Philippines? Tingin nyo ba worth it ang tuition fee pag nag enroll kayo sa school na yun?

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Re: Most Expensive Schools in the Philippines
« Reply #1 on: May 16, 2012, 07:16:12 PM »
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Re: Most Expensive Schools in the Philippines
« Reply #2 on: May 16, 2012, 07:17:19 PM »
According to my research,

The TOP Most Expensive Schools in the Philippines (General)

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Re: Most Expensive Schools in the Philippines
« Reply #3 on: May 16, 2012, 07:25:21 PM »
For Ateneo, DLSU and Mapua, here's a brief breakdown:

ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY (ADMU)

From Ateneo’s website:

For School year 2010 to 2011

Annual fees:
Tuition fee — 103,897
Basic fees — 20,171
Other fees — 20,635

- Additional fees for overload and for laboratory use
- Payment in two or four installments, with interest of less than 3 percent

- About 48 undergraduate programs including BS IT, BS MIS, BS Physics, BS Computer Engineering, BS Computer Science, BS Environmental Science,AB Chinese Studies, BS Management, AB Economics, pre-med courses such as BS Life Sciences, BS Psychology and BS Biology and pre-law courses such as AB Political Science, AB Philosophy and AB Management.


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DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY (DLSU)

From La Salle’s website:

For Freshmen, 1st trimester 2012-2013

Tuition fee per unit per trisemester: ranges from 2,143 to 2,605

New student fees — 3,029
Miscellaneous fees — 5,528
Computer lab fee — 3,430 to 3,704
Engineering lab fee — 3,019
Science lab fee — 3,019
Psychology lab fee — 3,019
Computer tech lab fee — 2,121
NSTP fee — ranges from 3,214 to 3,907
Comm in Writing fee — 6,599

There are other fees depending on the course/year/sem

Note: Freshmen are required to pay in full (NOT installment) for every term for the first 3 trisems or first year.

Average Tuition and Other Fees for Freshmen
For 1st Trimester of 2010-2011

Business courses — 63,000 pesos
Computer Studies — 61,500
Education — 61,000
Engineering — 70,000
Liberal Arts — 60,000
Science — 66,000
Economics — 59,200

Tuition fee per unit: ranges from 2,071 pesos to 2,517 pesos

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From the Mapua website:

Tuition and miscellaneous fees for freshmen, 1st quarterm 2010-2011

Architecture — 30,507 cash; 31,867 installment
Electrical Engineering — 34,385 cash; 3,915 installment
Civil Engineering — 31,523 cash; 32,968 installment
Mechanical Engineering — 32,179 cash; 33,624 installment
Nursing — 25,211 cash; 26,059 installment
Hotel and Restaurant Management — 22,881 cash; 23,805 installment
Information Technology, Computer Science — 34,502 cash; 36,151 installment
Multimedia Arts — 32,097 cash; 33,457 installment

From a certain forum, 2011:

Multimedia Arts and Sciences: around 36k per sem
(One incoming 3rd year BS MAS student says she has spent a total of about 300k for tuition for her first and second years. This would be 36K multiplied by 8 sems = 288k)

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Re: Most Expensive Schools in the Philippines
« Reply #4 on: May 16, 2012, 07:27:06 PM »
I think depende talaga sa course yan e...

Pero on average more or less the figures are below:

Ateneo - 60-70k/sem x 2 = 120-140k/yr

UA&P - 65-100+k/sem x 2 = 130-200k/yr

DLSU - 50-70k/sem x 3 = 150-210k/yr

CSB - 50-80k/sem x 3 = 150-240k/yr

Pero kung per unit ang usapan, pinakamahal talaga sa UA&P.

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Re: Most Expensive Schools in the Philippines
« Reply #5 on: May 16, 2012, 07:28:03 PM »
Parang naging commercialize na ang pagkakacollege a...


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Re: Most Expensive Schools in the Philippines
« Reply #6 on: May 16, 2012, 07:31:47 PM »

COLLEGE EDUCATION has become unbelievebably costly now, since most colleges have gone corporate (read, run like a business).....case in point, there was a time when foreign students used to flock to Manila because cost of college education back then was considerably reasonable (yes, cheap!), I have classmates from Korea, Malaysia and Iran during my college days!

.....but it's a different case now..seeing here how high the fees have become........goodness how can ordinary Filipinos afford college education now?

...for example what happened to the tuition fees of Mapua ever since Yuchengco Group of Companies took over...it sky rocketed! Well we got lucky because My brother who now works abroad got lucky to have Prudential life plans which supported the tuition fee... so ang laki ng tulong neto sa family namin.

This is the reason why the preneed educational plans CAP and the rest of the insurance companies got shaken by the surge of tuition fee rates.


Yeah, education = business

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Re: Most Expensive Schools in the Philippines
« Reply #7 on: May 16, 2012, 07:49:47 PM »
Dapat kasama dyan sa list ang FEU... alam nyo bang mas mataas na ang rate nila kesa sa UST?


 Kaya ngayon eh Fastest Earning University na ang tawag sa FEU   :P :P

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Re: Most Expensive Schools in the Philippines
« Reply #8 on: July 18, 2012, 05:13:38 PM »
grabe ang mamahal ng tuition fee ngayon compared 5 years ago.

sana man lang mag subsidize ang government, by the time kokonti nalang makakapag aral nyan.

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Re: Most Expensive Schools in the Philippines
« Reply #9 on: August 02, 2012, 01:15:43 PM »
pag di na afford ng parents sa private schools magpupuntahan lahat yan sa public schools. Kung mangyari yun lalo ng mababawasan ang kalidad ng pagtuturo kasi sa kakulangan na din ng mga teachers dito sa atin.


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Re: Most Expensive Schools in the Philippines
« Reply #10 on: November 16, 2012, 09:29:50 AM »
ask ko lang po... may nakakaalam po ba sa inyo ng tuition ng AMA universtiy per unit ngayon? Salamat po... Thanks.


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Re: Most Expensive Schools in the Philippines
« Reply #11 on: November 16, 2012, 09:34:21 AM »
may idea po ba kayo pag nursery? how much po kaya tuition fee ngayon ng bata?

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Re: Most Expensive Schools in the Philippines
« Reply #12 on: November 16, 2012, 09:37:16 AM »
share ko lang po nadiscover ko... may pamankin kasi ako na mag aaral ng nursery. nagpatulong kasi kapatid ko sa akin.... e gusto sana nya private .. nagtanong ako sa isang kilalang school na malapit sa village namin... nagulat ako kasi upon my canvass umaabot ngayon ng hanggang mga approximately 70K ang tuition fee. Kakagulat... parang college ko lang ah, sa loob loob ko!!...  Books and uniform not included.

Up front cost is about 40K.


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Re: Most Expensive Schools in the Philippines
« Reply #13 on: February 12, 2013, 04:38:08 PM »
kung kukuha ka ba ng preneed plans ngayon magkano kaya aabutin?
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Re: Most Expensive Schools in the Philippines
« Reply #14 on: May 23, 2014, 06:01:06 PM »
Here's an interesting Infographic comparison between the elite schools here in the Philippines... ano masasabi nyo dito?

GMA News has posted an Infographic of the cost of college/university tuition fees of some schools in Manila.



Source of Infographic
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