Most Expensive Nursing School in the Philippines? - page 4

I'm in search of Nursing Schools having a pricy charge in the tuition fees? By this I really meant high-end nursing institutions! Would love to hear your insights and one more thing i'd love to know,... Read More

  1. by   xfactorgirl
    hmmm... if you want quality nursing educatons.. actually there are lots of schools there offering quality education... of course you have to consider your location in choosing your school... im a graduate of de la salle-health sciences institute. my tuition fee when i was in 4th year college was 75 thousand but it already has increased. i think it's 80 thousand already but all the books, 1 pair of lecture and duty uniforms are inclusive plus if your duty is outside de la salle university medical center, you have no problem going there because there are school services.. when it comes to quality education thing, i can assure you that it can satisfy you. last June 2008 Board exam, we ranked 3rd on the Top Performing Nurisng schools in the Philippines. you can google it. other schools' tuition are like 50 thousand, but you still have to buy your books and other stuffs.. not so convinient.. well, i hope my suggestion helped you somehow.. you can still look at other schools..
  2. by   yoo jin
    In my school, the hghest tuition fee they charged us back in '06 was 22,000.
    Out of 500 graduates, only 20 of us passed the board.

    Life is fair after all.
  3. by   Lara B.
    standard of teaching for each nursing schools is more important rather than looking for such high tuition fees,,,.......aCtually,,,I'm only a first year student of Manila Doctors College...for the first sem,,my tuition fee was 35000 then for this second sem,,it increased to 50-52,000 then we also have summer classes..........what would i expect for my second year?........
  4. by   NurseCubanitaRN2b
    Quote from yoo jin
    In my school, the hghest tuition fee they charged us back in '06 was 22,000.
    Out of 500 graduates, only 20 of us passed the board.

    Life is fair after all.
    That is a very scary figure only .04% of a graduating class passing the board? Is that first time around? If all 500 took the boards and only 20 passed first time around, then what does that say about the nursing school? If only 300 took the board and only 20 passed then that's .06% of them passing the boards. That's totally unacceptable and should be looked at. Where's the quality of education?
  5. by   official02
    Quote from Lara B.
    standard of teaching for each nursing schools is more important rather than looking for such high tuition fees,,,.......aCtually,,,I'm only a first year student of Manila Doctors College...for the first sem,,my tuition fee was 35000 then for this second sem,,it increased to 50-52,000 then we also have summer classes..........what would i expect for my second year?........
    It will cost around 60,000 for your last semester at MDC. One of the most expensive, I guess?
  6. by   Lara B.
    how much is the tuition fee of dlsu and ust for this second sem yr,2009-10 in their nursing courses?
  7. by   pilgrim
    Quote from NurseCubanitaRN2b
    That is a very scary figure only .04% of a graduating class passing the board? Is that first time around? If all 500 took the boards and only 20 passed first time around, then what does that say about the nursing school? If only 300 took the board and only 20 passed then that's .06% of them passing the boards. That's totally unacceptable and should be looked at. Where's the quality of education?
    20 is actually 4% of 500, which, in any language, is an extremely dismal performance by any school, by any standard. This is clearly a case when one can't say "it's not about the school, it's about the student."

    For if such were the line of reasoning each time, what's the point in paying the school tons of money in the first place?

    The subject institution must be one of the schools that the Technical Committee wanted to close in 2005, before it was overruled by higher powers which resulted in the TC members resigning en masse.

    What a shame.......
  8. by   NurseCubanitaRN2b
    Quote from pilgrim
    20 is actually 4% of 500, which, in any language, is an extremely dismal performance by any school, by any standard. This is clearly a case when one can't say "it's not about the school, it's about the student."

    For if such were the line of reasoning each time, what's the point in paying the school tons of money in the first place?

    The subject institution must be one of the schools that the Technical Committee wanted to close in 2005, before it was overruled by higher powers which resulted in the TC members resigning en masse.

    What a shame.......

    Thank you for correcting me, .04 is 4% vs .4 would be 40%. Either way a performace like that wouldn't be accepted in the US and most other countrys that do have regulations. Schools like this shouldn't be allowed to sit for the NCLEX or any other national exam. But when it's money involved most don't care.
  9. by   Fiona59
    High fees do not necessarily guarantee quality (either in education or instructors)
  10. by   kEnLi
    Quote from lara b.
    how much is the tuition fee of dlsu and ust for this second sem yr,2009-10 in their nursing courses?
    the tuition fee of dlsu-hsi 2nd sem of 09 is maybe around 75,000, even though its quite high, the quality of education is excellent the june 09 board exam rating is 97%.. you can be rest assured that your money is being spent well by teaching you or your children quality education.
  11. by   jlo chu
    the most expensive nursing school here in the Phil. is makati medical center school of nursing,the tuition fee for first sem.for 1st yr. about php.58,000...but they have high standard ,its worhty
  12. by   Nurse_ian
    well the most expensive nursing school is PCHS
    tuition fee can be up to 105,000 per sem or 80000 for summer only
    it is case to case basis

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