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TOP 20 NURSING SCHOOL IN THE PHILIPPINES by CHED (2005-2009)

TOP 20 NURSING SCHOOL IN THE PHILIPPINES

The Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) has released the TOP 20 NURSING SCHOOLS 2009 in the PHILIPPINES with high-performing nursing passing rate.

On the other hand, CHED warned 152 of the 456 nursing schools in the Philippines to improve their licensure examination passing rates or face closure as more than 95,000 nursing graduates prepare for the tests this weekend (November 29 & 30, 2009).

CHEd said that it will issue an initial warning to the 152 schools to improve their nursing programs through their graduates’ performance in the succeeding nursing licensure exams. CHEd has the legal authority to order the closure or phasing out of degree programs that failed to meet the standards in licensure tests.

Likewise, CHEd identified 15 schools have already closed down their nursing programs, namely: Bacarra Medical Center School of Midwifery (Region 1), Antipolo School of Nursing and Midwifery, Heroes Memorial College, Kolehiyo ng Mamamayan, Cotabato Maritime Academy, Ignatian College, Clinica Arellano School of Midwifery, Quezon Memorial College, Sta. Teresita College, Baguio General Hospital, Chong Jua Hospital School of Nursing, Faith Hospital School of Midwifery, Manila College of Optometry, Ortanez University and the Philippine Union College of Caloocan.

The Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) named the TOP 20 NURSING SCHOOLS 2009 in the PHILIPPINES with 1,000 or more takers:

1. Silliman University - 96.57%
2. Saint Louis University - 95.42%
3. Trinity University of Asia - 95.06%
4. University of Sto. Tomas - 95.06%
5. Cebu Doctors’ University - 91.89%
6. Saint Paul University - 89.79%
7. Central Philippine University - 86.72%
8. De La Salle University-Health Sciences campus - 85.26%
9. Saint Mary’s University - 84.10%
10. San Pedro College - 83.10%
11. Manila Doctors College - 82.56%
12. Centro Escolar University-Manila - 81.50%
13. Angeles University Foundation - 76.37%
14. Mariano Marcos University - 75.55%
15. University of San Agustin - 73.25%
16. University of Cebu - 70.99%
17. Metropolitan Hospital College of Nursing - 70.54%
18. Ateneo de Davao University - 70.20%
19. San Juan De Dios Education Foundation - 69.91%
20. University of St. La Salle - 67.55%

TOP 20 NURSING SCHOOLS 2009 in the PHILIPPINES with 100-999 takers:

1. University of the Philippine-Manila - 99.41%
2. Xavier University - 97.82%
3. West Visayas State University - 96.75%
4. St. Paul University-Iloilo - 96.16%
5. University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center - 95.80%
6. Cebu Normal University - 94.64%
7. Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila - 93.14%
8. St. Paul University-Dumaguete - 92.29%
9. Mindanao State University - 92.15%
10. Palawan State University - 92.05%
11. Philippine Christian University - 91.35%
12. Velez College - 90.92%
13. Colegio de Sta. Lourdes of Leyte Foundation - 88.55%
14. Chinese General Hospital College of Nursing and Liberal Arts - 87.60%
15. St. Paul University-Manila - 85.31%
16. Easter College - 85.26%
17. Southville International School and Colleges - 84.77%
18. St.Paul University-Quezon City - 83.87%
19. Adamson University - 83.57%
20. Lyceum of the Philippines University - 82.20%

152 nursing schools were found to have performed below the national passing rate of 46.14 percent for the past five years:

Metro Manila has the most number of erring schools among the 152 poor performing schools: Arellano University-Manila, Arellano University-Pasay, De Los Santos-STI College, De Ocampo Memorial College, Dominican College, Dr. Carlos S. Lanting College, Emilio Aguinaldo College, J.P. Sioson General Hospital and Colleges, La Consolacion College Manila, Las Piñas College, Martinez Memorial College, Mary Chiles College, Olivarez College, Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Pasay, Perpetual Help College of Manila, Philippine College of Health Sciences, Philippine Rehabilitation Institute Foundation, Southeast Asian College, St. Jude College, St. Rita Hospital College of Nursing and School of Midwifery, STI College-Recto, the Family Clinic, Unciano Colleges and General Hospital, University of Perpetual Help-Rizal, and World Citi Colleges, Quezon City.

Calabarzon has 23 schools in the list; Central Luzon, 20; Ilocos Region, 16; Bicol, 14; SOCCSKSARGEN, 8; Northern Mindanao, 7; Zamboanga Peninsula, Davao Region and Cordillera Administrative Region, 6; Cagayan Valley and Central Visayas, 5; CARAGA Region, 3; and Eastern Visayas and Mimaropa Region, 1
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  • s1xxxs1xxx Member PExer
    Just an honest question - If you are a graduate from one of those top 20 schools mentioned, mas malaki ba chance mo na makakuha ng work dito at lalo na sa abroad? I mean does it really matter na dapat sa top school ka nag-graduate?:confusing:

    I just find it amusing na bakit big deal sa atin kung sino ang nasa top schools o hindi.:glee:
  • AlgeirAlgeir Member PExer
    Kalidad at standard..
  • chevarachevara Member PExer
    Hindi din. Pinsan ko nga from UP Manila. Until now wala pang work. Ang arte kasi eh masyadong mataas ang tingin sa sarili. Gusto bonggang hospital pa. Ayan wala siyang work punong puno na ng nurses mga hospitals ngayon. Naunahan pa siya ng kapatid magkawork from St. Paul University Manila. St. Lukes nagwowork na ngayun. Yung pinsan ko kasi mapili, gusto pa Asian hospital or Makati Med. Ayan magantay ka ng matagal. Umunlad na ibang tao na hindi taga UP ikaw andyan ka padin. Okay lang, taga-UP Manila ka naman diba. At the end of the day, so what? Nag-eearn ka na ba? Hindi din.

    Habang buhay ka nalang mag-dwell na taga UP Manila ka kasi at hindi ka pwede sa mga pepechuging hospitals. tsk!

    Mentality is really a big factor! Lalu na ang feeling of superiority...
  • arina16arina16 Member PExer
    chevara wrote: »
    Hindi din. Pinsan ko nga from UP Manila. Until now wala pang work. Ang arte kasi eh masyadong mataas ang tingin sa sarili. Gusto bonggang hospital pa. Ayan wala siyang work punong puno na ng nurses mga hospitals ngayon. Naunahan pa siya ng kapatid magkawork from St. Paul University Manila. St. Lukes nagwowork na ngayun. Yung pinsan ko kasi mapili, gusto pa Asian hospital or Makati Med. Ayan magantay ka ng matagal. Umunlad na ibang tao na hindi taga UP ikaw andyan ka padin. Okay lang, taga-UP Manila ka naman diba. At the end of the day, so what? Nag-eearn ka na ba? Hindi din.

    Habang buhay ka nalang mag-dwell na taga UP Manila ka kasi at hindi ka pwede sa mga pepechuging hospitals. tsk!

    Mentality is really a big factor! Lalu na ang feeling of superiority...

    Ang alam ko mababa magpasahod ang asian hospital...
  • KravenKraven Member PExer
    chevara wrote: »
    Hindi din. Pinsan ko nga from UP Manila. Until now wala pang work. Ang arte kasi eh masyadong mataas ang tingin sa sarili. Gusto bonggang hospital pa. Ayan wala siyang work punong puno na ng nurses mga hospitals ngayon. Naunahan pa siya ng kapatid magkawork from St. Paul University Manila. St. Lukes nagwowork na ngayun. Yung pinsan ko kasi mapili, gusto pa Asian hospital or Makati Med. Ayan magantay ka ng matagal. Umunlad na ibang tao na hindi taga UP ikaw andyan ka padin. Okay lang, taga-UP Manila ka naman diba. At the end of the day, so what? Nag-eearn ka na ba? Hindi din.

    Habang buhay ka nalang mag-dwell na taga UP Manila ka kasi at hindi ka pwede sa mga pepechuging hospitals. tsk!

    Mentality is really a big factor! Lalu na ang feeling of superiority...

    Exactly! Nasa student naman talaga yan at wala sa school. Modesty aside, even though I'm not from one of those "Top 20 Nursing School", I'll let my board rating speak for itself.

    Don't be obsessed with the mentality that you are "superior" if you come from a "superior" school. Focus instead on your discipline, knowledge and skills. After the board exam, pare-pareho lang kayong may license and everything will boil down to your "diskarte" and determination.
  • warrior_colinwarrior_colin www.ueredtribe.org PExer
    Where's Fatima University? :lol:
  • pandemicpandemic Member PExer
    Here is the updated and most recent TOP Nursing School by CHED:

    The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) has released the Top 10 Nursing Schools in the Philippines based on their performance in the past Nursing Licensure Examinations.

    Top 10 Nursing Schools with 1,000 and more takers:

    1. Silliman University (Dumaguete) 96.57%
    2. Saint Louis University ( Baguio) 95.42%
    3. Trinity University of Asia ( Quezon City) 95.06%
    4. University of Santo Tomas (Manila) 95.06%
    5. Cebu Doctors University ( Cebu City) 91.89%
    6. Saint Paul University (Tuguegarao) 89.79%
    7. Central Philippine University ( Iloilo City) 86.72%
    8. De La Salle University – Health Sciences campus (Dasmariñas, Cavite) 85.26%
    9. Saint Mary’s University (Nueva Vizcaya) 84.10%
    10. San Pedro College ( Davao City) 83. 10%

    Trinity University of Asia-St. Luke's College of Nursing

    June 2007- 99%
    June 2008- 99%
    June 2009- 99%

    June 2010- Working hard to make it, this time, perfect 100%

    Proud to be one of the oldest (Est. 1907) and best nursing school in the country!
  • scoopexscoopex kopite PExer
    ang tataas nga ng passing rate ng school niyo eh may trabaho bang nag aantay?
  • Juan Plus OneJuan Plus One Pexer of the Year! ✭✭✭
    I want to know what is the passing rate of these schools when their graduates take the NCLEX.

    Is it as high as their PRC passing rate?
  • YesNoYesNo Bunned by Oddmen PExer
    ^ I don't think PearsonVue nor US BON/BRN's would release that kind of information. This appears to be confidential. In fact, when i got my NCLEX-RN result a few years back, I didn't even get the percentage of correct answers I made. All I know was that I answered the minimum of 75 questions and that I passed. No more than that.

    I can only speak for my school when I say that my school doesn't tally the NCLEX-RN passers and compare that to their "PRC passing rates." Their only business is NLE results.

    However, IMO your question is a very good subject for research. Like you, I'd also like to know if there is a direct correlation between PRC and NCLEX-RN passing rates.

    I doubt if it would be directly correlated given the difference in the subject matters at hand, the level of comprehension required and the type of knowledge assessment given by Vue. Still, my views are not supported by solid data. Hence, the need for further study.
  • YesNoYesNo Bunned by Oddmen PExer
    mod: ^ why can't I edit my own posts? I'm still logged in but the "edit" button is missing.
  • xbittersweetgalxxbittersweetgalx Member PExer
    ..I am not quite satisfied with the list above maybe it was because some colleges who have many passers were not included such as Chinese General Hospital College Of Nursing. I think they have 99% passing rate but still it is not recognize
  • bybybybybyby Member PExer
    ..I am not quite satisfied with the list above maybe it was because some colleges who have many passers were not included such as Chinese General Hospital College Of Nursing. I think they have 99% passing rate but still it is not recognize

    Oh, you need to look back at the roster and read.
  • EltorreEltorre Member PExer
    scoopex wrote: »
    ang tataas nga ng passing rate ng school niyo eh may trabaho bang nag aantay?

    Sa TUA, Me mga trabaho kami agad. Andyan ang St. Luke's where we are trained. wherein, after board topnotchers, priority naman ang mga taga TUA..Most also found success abroad within a year
    ;)
  • grecian_athenagrecian_athena Member PExer
    Sa Chinese General Hospital Medical Center priority ang mga graduates ng Chinese General Hospital College of Nursing so after passing the board exam you can pass your resume and wait for a call to be a volunteer then to be absorbed by the hospital :)
  • elyservaelyserva Crazy Penguin PExer
    Bakit wala ang Makati Med sa listahan ng mga nursing schools
  • gcs15gcs15 Member PExer
    ask ko lang, yung St. Lukes Global ba trinity grad din ba karamihan? kasi sabi ng isang cardio doctor sa "munti" naming hosp. kumpara sa mga nurses ng Global eh di hamak daw na ang layo ng agwat ng performance namin sa kanila.
  • eudemoneudemon To infinity and beyond! ✭✭
    gcs15 wrote: »
    ask ko lang, yung St. Lukes Global ba trinity grad din ba karamihan? kasi sabi ng isang cardio doctor sa "munti" naming hosp. kumpara sa mga nurses ng Global eh di hamak daw na ang layo ng agwat ng performance namin sa kanila.

    They are graduates of top performing schools too. They are all newbie nurses and that explains their performance.
  • phinkissphinkiss Member PExer
    Top nursing schools listed

    THE Commission on Higher Education on Monday released the names of the top nursing schools in 2009 after revealing the 253 low-performing nursing schools for the same year.

    “This initiative is part of [the commission’s] commitment to monitor and evaluate the performance of nursing schools nationwide, [and]to ensure the quality of nursing education in the country,” agency Chairman Emmanuel Angeles said in a statement.

    The commission had earlier named the low-performing nursing schools based on the national passing average of 40.70 percent.

    The high-performing nursing schools that had more than 1,000 students taking the tests were Far Eastern University-Manila (74.62 percent), Centro Escolar University (71.86 percent), Manila Doctors College (69.63 percent), Manila Central University-Caloocan City (57.06 percent), Arellano University-Manila (45.70 percent), University of the Cordilleras (56.11 percent), University of Cebu (54.22 percent), University of Pangasinan (51.52), University of San Carlos (50.55 percent), Western Mindanao State University (45.72 percent), University of the Visayas-Mandaue City (45.72 percent), Brokenshire College-Region 11 (44.57 percent), Riverside College-Region 6 (44.53 percent), Davao Doctors College Inc. (43.43 percent), Iloilo Doctors College (43.21 percent), and Wesleyan University of the Philippines-Cabanatuan City (41.93 percent).

    The top schools with 100 to 999 of their students taking the test were St. Paul University-Iloilo (100 percent), West Visayas State University-La Paz (99.48 percent), St. Louis University-CAR (99.04 percent), Trinity University of Asia-Quezon City (98.80 percent), University of Santo Tomas (98.36 percent), Chinese General Hospital College of Nursing and Liberal Arts (98.02 percent), University of the East-Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center (97.69 percent), Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila (97.51 percent), Saint Paul University-Dumaguete (97.28 percent), Cebu Normal University (96.54 percent), Velez College-Region 7 (95.65 percent), Xavier University-Region 10, (95.56 percent), Silliman University (95.22 percent), De La Salle University-Dasmariñas Health Science Campus (95.14 percent), St. Paul University-Tuguegarao (94.97 percent), Central Philippine University (94.30 percent), Remedios Romualdez Medical Foundation (93.31 percent), Mindanao State University-Marawi City (91.71 percent), Cebu Technological University (90.84 percent), and Benguet State University-La Trinidad (88.89 percent).

    With 10 to 99 test takers, Negros Oriental State University-Dumaguete (17 takers), Bukidnon State College-Malaybalay (39), and University of the Philippines-Manila (68) shared first place with a 100-percent passing rate.

    The rest were University of St. Louis-Tuguegarao (97.37 percent), Central Mindanao University (95.83 percent), Philippine Christian University-Manila (88.89 percent), Saint Paul University-Quezon City (84.85 percent), New Era University (84.13 percent), Colegio de Santa Lourdes of Leyte Foundation Inc. (83.33 percent), Lyceum of the Philippines (82.35 percent), Aklan State University (81.48 percent), Saint Tonis College-CAR (78.57 percent) STI College Cebu (75 percent), Samar State University (74.07 percent), Jose Rizal Memorial State College-Dapitan (74.07 percent), First City Providential College (73.53 percent), Aklan Polytechnic Institute (72.97 percent), University of the Philippines School of Health and Sciences-Leyte (72 percent), Palawan State University (69.49 percent), College of Maasin (69.39 percent), and Pangasinan State University-Bayambang (66.67 percent). Gigi Muñoz David



    source: http://www.manilastandardtoday.com/i...&d=2010/june/1
  • phinkissphinkiss Member PExer
    FEU, CEU top nursing schools
    CHEd also bares 253 low-performing institutions
    By INA HERNANDO-MALIPOT
    June 1, 2010, 6:44pm

    The Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) announced on Tuesday the top-performing schools offering the Bachelor of Science in Nursing programs in the country for 2009.

    These schools rated higher than 40.70% national passing average set by the Professional Regulations Commission (PRC) and the school's number of exam takers in the recent results of the licensure examinations for nursing.

    The top nursing schools for 2009 for Range 1 (with 1,000 and up takers) are: Far Eastern University-Manila (NCR) with 1,982 passers out of 2,656 takers or 74.62 percent passing rate; Centro Escolar University-Manila (NCR) with 720 out of 1,002 or 71.86 %; Manila Doctors College (NCR) with 704 out of 1,011 or 69.63 %; Manila Central University-Caloocan City (NCR) with 598 out of 1,048 or 57.06%; University of the Cordilleras (CAR) with 978 out of 1,743 or 56.11%; University of Cebu (Region 7) with 829 out of 1,529 or 54.22%; University of Pangasinan with 627 out of 1,217 or 51.52%; University of San Carlos (Region 7) with 508 out of 1005 or 50.55%; Western Mindanao State University (Region 9) with 587 out of 1,179 or 49.79%; University of the Visayas-Mandaue City (Region 7) with 679 out of 1,48 or 45.72%; Arellano University-Manila (NCR) with 967 out of 2,116 or 45.70%; Brokenshire College (Region 11) with 649 out of 1,456 or 44.57%; Riverside College (Region 6) with 785 out of 1,763 or 44.53%; Davao Doctors College, Inc. (Region 11) with 784 out of 1,805 or 43.43%; Iloilo Doctors' College (Region 6) with 687 out of 1,590 or 43.21%; and Wesleyan University of the Philippines-Cabanatuan City (Region 3) 639 out of 1,524 or 41.93%.

    For the Range 2 (with 100 to 999 takers), the Top Nursing Schools include Saint Paul University-Iloilo (Region 6); with 100.00% passing rate; West Visayas State University-La Paz (Region 6) with 99.48%; Saint Louis University (CAR) with 99.04%; Trinity University of Asia (NCR) with 98.80%; University of Santo Tomas (NCR) with 98.36%; Chinese General Hospital College of Nursing & Liberal Arts (NCR) with 98.02%; University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center (NCR) with 97.69%; Pamantasan ng Lungsod Ng Maynila (NCR) with 97.51%; Saint Paul University-Dumaguete (Region 7with 97.28%); Cebu Normal University (Region 7) with 96.54%; Velez College (Region 7) with 95.65%; Xavier University (Region 10) with 95.56%; Silliman University (Region 7)with 95.22%; De La Salle University-Dasmarinas Health Science Campus (Region 4)with 95.14%; Saint Paul University-Tuguegarao (Region 2)with 94.97%; Central Philippine University (Region 6)with 94.30%; Remedios T. Romualdez Medical Foundation (Region 8)with 93.31%; Mindanao State University-Marawi City (ARMM) with 91.71%; Cebu Technological University-Main (Region 7) with 90.84%; and Benguet State University-La Trinidad (CAR) with 88.89%.

    For Range 3 (with 10 to 99 takers), the Top Performing Nursing Schools include Negros Oriental State University-Dumaguete (Region 7) with 100.00%; Bukidnon State College-Malaybalay (Region 10) with 100.00%; University of the Philippines-Manila (NCR) with100.00%; University of Saint Louis-Tuguegarao (Region 2) with 97.37%; Central Mindanao University (Region 10) with 95.83%; Philippine Christian University-Manila (NCR) with 88.89%; Saint Paul University-Quezon City (NCR) with 84.85%; New Era University (NCR) with 84.13%; Colegio De Sta. Lourdes of Leyte Foundation, Inc. (Region 8) with 83.33%; Lyceum of the Philippines-Manila (NCR) with 82.35%; Aklan State University ((Region 6) with 81.48%; Saint Tonis College (CAR) with 78.57%; Foundation University (Region 7) with 78.31%; STI College Cebu, Inc. (Region 7) with 75.00%; Samar State University ((Region 8) with 74.07%; Jose Rizal Memorial State College-Dapitan (Region 9) with 74.07%; First City Providential College (Region 3) with 73.53%; Aklan Polytechnic Institute (Region 6) with 72.97%; University of the Phil. School of Health & Sciences-Leyte (Region 8) with 72.00%; Palawan State University (Mimaropa) with 69.49%; College of Maasin (Region 8) with 69.39%; and Pangasinan State University-Bayambang (Region 1) with 66.67%.

    The CHEd also released the names of the 253 low-performing nursing schools as well as the top-performing schools in the country based on national passing average of 40.70 percent based on the licensure examinations the PRC administered last June and November 2009.

    CHEd Chairman Emmanuel Angeles said that in National Capital Region (NCR) alone, there are 47 nursing schools that were identified as among the low-performing nursing schools. “This initiative is part of CHEd's commitment to monitor and evaluate the performance of nursing schools nationwide and to ensure the quality of nursing education in the country,” he explained.

    Angeles added that this move of monitoring and releasing the names of low-performing nursing schools is made to answer the clamor of the public and education stakeholders of a more informative background on higher education institutions in the country. “It also aims to aide parents and students in deciding which schools could provide them quality education and their money's worth,” he said.

    The CHEd and PRC – through its Educational Statistics Task Force – vowed to continuously inform the public of the results of board examinations and the ranking of schools all over the country in other professional licensure examinations in the succeeding days. “We at CHEd will publish in provincial news dailies sub-standards schools per region which schools did not fare well in licensure examinations,” Angeles said.

    Last May 14, CHEd and PRC revealed that there were 147 schools that offer nursing program but have performed below the national passing rate of 46.14 percent for the for the past five years (2004-2008) in the nursing licensure examinations administered by the PRC.

    The CHEd said that a more complete list of low-performing nursing schools per region could be viewed at the PRC website (www.prc.gov.ph)
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