This is a frequent question. Education here in the Philippines is always a popular subject. My wife and I sent a niece through a bachelor of science course program at Philippine Women’s University (it is now coed, despite the name). It worked fine, she graduated, had work experience and foreign travel as part of her curriculum and got a decent job (with a major International banking concern) here in Manila with plenty of promotion possibilities. I’m very proud of her. And the costs? They varied a lot between PhP 25,000 to PhP 50,000 a year (varied a lot depending on the travel and field experience that was included in the different courses).
I’ve also written quite a few articles on education in the Philippines
Here are a few for your reading enjoyment:
You can find many more articles with the “Search By Subject” box just to the left of where you are reading these words.
Current Prices for Major Philippines Universities
But my wife pointed out the blog to me this morning. Up to date information on the costs of Philippine schools, and in an easy to read, quick reference graphic. Thanks and big tip of the blogging tip of the hat to Ramir Libre of:
Just click the picture to read Ramir’s full article. Thanks, Ramir. This sort of information should be much easier to find than it is, but you have more than done ‘your bit” to help