Universities in Philippines

Home to over 5,000 international students, the Philippines is a charming country and was placed at 46th spot in the QS Higher Education System Strength Rankings 2016. Students willing to study in the Philippines can expect a good and rewarding experience. 

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Over 2000 higher education institutions in the Philippines offer globally accepted degrees in theology, business management, social sciences, engineering, mathematics, medicine, law, nursing, technology, and more.

The University of Santo Tomas or UST is one of the top Catholic research universities in Philippines and was ranked 635th by the Scimago Institutions Rankings 2021. It includes three major schools, 21 colleges, several faculties and offers a wide array of programs. The 2021 Times Higher Education THE World University Impact Rankings and Webometrics Ranking Web of Universities placed the institution at 601st and 2881st spots. It has ultra-modern campuses with state-of-art infrastructure and houses a technology centre, cafe shops, computer laboratory, cultural and social service centre, fitness centre, dormitory, and more. UST nurtures hundreds of scholars and has undertaken numerous research projects. The QS Employability Rankings placed it at the 251st position.

Featured at 601st spot in the QS World University Rankings 2021, the Ateneo de Manila University is a prominent institution offering 16 doctoral, 76 graduate, and 48 undergraduate programs to almost 15,000 students. It was put at 3080th and 629th places by the Nature Index – Top Academic Institutions and Scimago Institutions Rankings in 2021. The student-centric facilities include an on-campus observatory, recreation centre, gym, well-stocked libraries, and more. 

Eligibility Criteria

To enrol in a master’s degree at the University Of Santo Tomas, you must provide an online application form, entrance examination, two letters of recommendation, bachelor’s degree, application fee, resume, statement of purpose,  copy of valid passport, official transcripts, photographs, and Filipino Language proficiency certificate.

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