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Kasi kung, for example, may isang student na 'complacent' or 'mediocre' tapos hindi pa siya tinatanggal ng school, parang may 'mali' sa standards ng school niya. Parang ganun. There are certain institutions na hindi enough ang 'pumasa' lang every semester. There are times na nagtatanggal sila every year ng students to shed a certain portion of the student as years go by (for example, bottom 10 percent). Parang ganun.
Kung walang standard ang isang school, tapos hahayaan lang nila mag-aral ang students nila, parang may 'mali' sa patakaran ng school di ba?
Maraming factors para matawag na "best accountancy school" ang isang institution. Like pool of professors, learning resources, exam results, prominent graduates, peer evaluation, industry preference, retention rate, etc.
Not in any specific order
Ateneo de Davao
I defend UST even though I failed their entrance exam, so go **** YOURSELF!!!!
Maraming SGV partners and managers na Thomasian because they are biggest chunk of graduates na nag wo work sa SGV kasi UST pinakamaraming graduate. Grads of other schools (say UP and DLSU) are not as many and not all of them go to SGV audit. If they do join SGV Audit, they do for the experience and then leave after 3 to 5 years to work for multinationals or for some other endeavor (business, further studies and surprisingly several take up law). Usually, mga UST mga naiiwan. Believe me, been there.
PRC’s TOP Accountancy Schools in the Philippines
Data Gathered from 2008-2010
1. De La Salle University
2. University of the Philippines Diliman
3. University of Santo Tomas
4. Bicol University – Legazpi
5. San Beda College
6. Mindanao State University –IIT
7. Holy Angel University
8. Ateneo De Davao University
9. University of San Carlos
10. Far Eastern University
11. Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Sta. Mesa
Hindi ako naniniwala na kasali ang beda.
For me in no particular order ito ang the best
Gone are the days na UE ang laging nagta-top sa CPA borad at 100% ang passing. Andun pa sa archive sa library ng UE yung clippings ng dyaryo kung saan from 1-20 ay galing UE ang top at minsan lang may isa o dalawang nakakalusot from other schools. Naalala ko tuloy yung kwento ng isang reviewer ng ReSA kung paano nagsimula ang review schools. Napirata na din ata lahat ng mga graduates ng UE na magagaling dati pati na yung mga profs noon. Pero may magagaling pa din naman hanggang ngayon.
Bakit pala walang edit sa PinoyAccountancy? Dapat laging may audit trail?
is the best =)
Btw, how are your nieces? What year are they and are they surviving? I hope you don't mind.
Based sa Alumni, History, Accreditation and Board Exam passing rate
S.L.U. Baguio kung trip mo heheh.
I am frm PLM and ok lang ang turo, my 50php per sem tuition really got far. If money is not in the equation, I would probably choose La Salle. Ok ang facilities and andun na din yung prestige ng university and sobrang ayos ng turo, I overheard that professors here were products of PLM (although this is really unreliable, narinig lang). Pag sa UP kasi masyadong pressured, pero pag jan ka naman nagtapos, at ikaw na!