Originally posted by mtpipina:UE: 120,000 students
FEU: 110,000 students
PUP: 65,000 students
NCBA: 55,000 students
UST: 45,000 students
UP-Diliman: 25,000 students
DLSU-Manila: 13,000 students
Ateneo de Manila: 9,000 students
DLSU-CSB: 4,000 students
The universities in the Recto-Espana area have the largest college student population.
Education is not some sort of a high-priced commodity.
Originally posted by §inned:Because the true essence of education cannot (read: should not) be bought.
Education is not some sort of a high-priced commodity. Education should be for all. But just the same, UST is one of the best universities in the Philippines - not that expensive, 2nd in Asiaweek's Philippine universities' student selectivity, and sure produces one of the best, if not the best, graduates. Facts are more believable than some misguided beliefs. Right, alcuazas?§inned
Originally posted by alcuazas:Is it because they provide quality education that's why they are popular OR is it because their college admission policies are LAX.
It is because their college admission policies are VERY LAX such that they would accept students who failed to enter UP, La Salle or Ateneo. Just the truth.
Originally posted by alcuazas: Sinned:
Of course you can go to a CHEAP PRIVATE university like UST but of course it will not be able to offer you a high quality college education like what UP, La Salle and Ateneo offers.