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#41 fire_and_ice_girl

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Posted 21 March 2005 - 02:28 PM

Out of topic siya pero totoo na ang default bracket in stfap is 9, full tuition iyon.
And there are many who apply for a lower bracket na nandadaya.
Student populace, parang karamihan na middle class up na at iilan na lang iyong talagang mahirap.
Tapos, noong bago ako grumadweyt, dumami pa ang mga international students na lalong nagpalala ng situwasyon. Dami tuloy nagkalat na koreano, kasi nga ang mura ng tuition natin compared sa country nila tapos special treatment pa dito.

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Posted 22 March 2005 - 04:43 AM

During my first year year college, that was sometime 1992, my tuition was a measly 12K per term. After I graduated in 1998, my school was charging ard P 30K per term for freshmen students. No idea how much they are currently charging the freshies but definitely it could range from 40-60 per term and that could be a conservative estimate.

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Posted 22 March 2005 - 04:45 AM

During my first year year college, that was sometime 1992,  my tuition was a measly 12K per term.  After I graduated in 1998,  my school was charging ard P 30K per term for freshmen students.  No idea how much they are currently charging the freshies but definitely it could range from 40-60 per term and that could be a conservative estimate.

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Sorry that's P40-60K. Forgot the thousand sign.

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Posted 22 March 2005 - 12:00 PM

Out of topic siya pero totoo na ang default bracket in stfap is 9, full tuition iyon.
And there are many who apply for a lower bracket na nandadaya.
Student populace, parang karamihan na middle class up na at iilan na lang iyong talagang mahirap.
Tapos, noong bago ako grumadweyt, dumami pa ang mga international students na lalong nagpalala ng situwasyon. Dami tuloy nagkalat na koreano, kasi nga ang mura ng tuition natin compared sa country nila tapos special treatment pa dito.

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Technically speaking, UP still doesn't charge "full tuition" dahil malaki pa rin ang subsidy. The Fund for Assistance to Private Education has long been arguing that if UP really charged full tuition, i.e., if it adopted the practice of private schools of relying mainly on tuition and other fees to fund its operations (including its many research institutes), its fees would be higher than Ateneo's or La Salle's because UP actually has a higher cost per student than these two schools.

Edited by jt2003, 22 March 2005 - 12:08 PM.


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Posted 23 March 2005 - 12:57 AM

Technically speaking, UP still doesn't charge "full tuition" dahil malaki pa rin ang subsidy.  The Fund for Assistance to Private Education has long been arguing that if UP really charged full tuition, i.e., if it adopted the practice of private schools of relying mainly on tuition and other fees to fund its operations (including its many research institutes), its fees would be higher than Ateneo's or La Salle's because UP actually has a higher cost per student than these two schools.

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Exactly. So one could just imagine how much angry we taxpayers should all feel if we see UP students loafing around instead of getting educated.

#47 dc_maker1009

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Posted 23 March 2005 - 05:11 AM

i studied @ Saint Louis University Baguio i started at a "measly" 140+/unit , graduated w/ a degree in engineering @ a low tuition rate of 210+/unit, considering that SLU is being considered as one of the best performing engg schools in the philippines.... btw, average yearly tuition increase is @ 9% per unit......

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Posted 26 March 2005 - 07:11 PM

mine was around P17,000+ per semester :)

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Posted 26 March 2005 - 08:49 PM

tuition fee ng anak ko ngayon.... tuition fee ko na nung college ng 3 sem eh....

to think pre-schooler pa alng anak ko....

pano pa kaya pag college na cya... juskupu!

#50 Mr. Brown

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Posted 28 March 2005 - 11:54 AM

Studied in UP at Php 400.00 per sem.

On my third year, there was a 100% increase. The studentry opposed this but we were not able to do anything about it.

We ended up paying Php 800.00 per sem with the words "UNDER PROTEST" stamped on our Form 5.

#51 wimpy_3_incher

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Posted 28 March 2005 - 03:45 PM

last year ko sa college ang tuition ko ay 20 pesos per unit kung hindi ako nag kakamali....plus miscellanous malamang nasa 700 to 800 pesos..cool di ba??? pang ece na course yon ha...

#52 adriane888

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Posted 28 March 2005 - 04:47 PM

Nung college ako during 93-97, mga 450+ per sem. PUP lang kasi ako

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Posted 30 March 2005 - 03:24 AM

1st and 2nd - less than 10k
3rd yr- 13k
4th yr -20k - duty sa hospital

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Posted 30 March 2005 - 05:55 PM

Out of topic siya pero totoo na ang default bracket in stfap is 9, full tuition iyon.
And there are many who apply for a lower bracket na nandadaya.
Student populace, parang karamihan na middle class up na at iilan na lang iyong talagang mahirap.
Tapos, noong bago ako grumadweyt, dumami pa ang mga international students na lalong nagpalala ng situwasyon. Dami tuloy nagkalat na koreano, kasi nga ang mura ng tuition natin compared sa country nila tapos special treatment pa dito.

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Foreigners have to pay a "education fund fee" na twice yata ng tuition sa UP on top of regular tuition... anyone without a Philippine citizenship kahit dito na pinanganak...

I suppose foreign students help make UP more "internationally progressive" especially going towards research output as a strategy. Tutal wala namang magawa ang UP admin sa idle lands na squattered na kasi, bawal galawin.

There's also the fact that UP maintains many programs most especially graduate and post-graduate, that other schools avoid because hindi popular but necessary, like social work, women studies, etc.

Also, included sa UP budget ang operation ng PGH. Even now that UP is scaling down its Med program, it still has to keep PGH in full operation.

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Posted 30 March 2005 - 06:41 PM

Foreigners have to pay a "education fund fee" na twice yata ng tuition sa UP on top of regular tuition... anyone without a Philippine citizenship kahit dito na pinanganak...

I suppose foreign students help make UP more "internationally progressive" especially going towards research output as a strategy.  Tutal wala namang magawa ang UP admin sa idle lands na squattered na kasi, bawal galawin.

There's also the fact that UP maintains many programs most especially graduate and post-graduate, that other schools avoid because hindi popular but necessary, like social work, women studies, etc.

Also, included sa UP budget ang operation ng PGH. Even now that UP is scaling down its Med program, it still has to keep PGH in full operation.

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I think the reason why they (foreign students) pay more is also because the taxpayers' subsidy is removed from their matriculation. :D

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Posted 30 March 2005 - 07:04 PM

-->I think the reason why they (foreign students) pay more is also because the taxpayers' subsidy is removed from their matriculation.

I agree. Usually they also engage the services of english instructors while here, and they go to Palawan, Boracay and tourist spots too while at it. Good for our economy.

The admission system for UP follows "affirmative action" in the sense that they proprotion admissions based on region from what I know. Expectedly, Metro Manila and affluent regions score higher on average sa UPCAT, but someone outside Metro manila can get in easier than in Metro manila, because their regional UPCAT average is lower.

Anyway, being an isko whether from any state U, esp PUP and UP means an added obligation to repay society... by being productive and concerned for our country.

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Posted 30 March 2005 - 11:16 PM

my tuition fee for next term, i paid 38,000 for 15 units.

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Posted 31 March 2005 - 01:09 PM

my tuition fee for next term, i paid 38,000 for 15 units.

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Wow! What School did you enroll in?

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Posted 04 April 2005 - 12:55 AM

P800 + per unit. pg full load and graduating almost 25k a sem

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Posted 04 April 2005 - 10:27 AM

3100 pesos for one whole semester, 30+ units, circa 1990 to 95 sa nasirang Mapua Institute of Technology (S.L.N.)




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