Most Expensive Nursing School in the Philippines?

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    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, the top10 IELTS review center in the country.

    I'm looking forward to your replies = )
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    Quote from jobe1903

    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, the top10 ielts review center in the country.

    i'm looking forward to your replies = )
    you are looking for nursing schools who charged their student's tuition with arm and a leg.......hmmmm, and why are you looking for ielts review center as well? honestly, if i was looking for a nursing school, and how much they are charging? i would actually look at their graduates passing rate in local exam first. there is no point of enrolling in an expensive nursing school, but their graduates can't even pass nle...that's a red flag for you. the same with average nursing school, if they can't have at least 50% of their student pass the board exam, there is no way i will enroll my son or daughter there. it is scary nowadays...there are too many nursing schools, that produces thousands of unprepared new nursing grads....they can't even assess a patient, or at least take vital signs correctly!
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    Quote from jobe1903

    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, the top10 IELTS review center in the country.

    I'm looking forward to your replies = )
    FEU- 60,000 per sem
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    FEU- 60,000 per sem
    Really? What year is that tuition fee? But I think it's worth it because FEU is a reputable school with high board passing rate.

    Tuition increases as you go higher, but unlike in our school, it increases from 1st-3rd yr then decreases in 4th yr. And we dont exceed to P50,000, bus fee included! We have a small facility but our admin always see to it that students are comfortable and secured! Not to mention, we also have high passing rate.

    And I know one school who charge tuition more than our price. Not to mention no bus fee yet! If they'll have to go on duty in provinces, they have to go there on their own!!!! It's UPH. Despite this tuition, try to look at their passing rate....

    NOTE: Nowadays, expensive shcools doesn't mean they have a high standard of teaching. Always look at the passing rate first before looking on the tuition fee...
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    Attending the most expensive school is like to buying jeans... you don't go for price, or quality...you are going for the brand...You can go ahead and say, "Look! I go to Lee University 'cuz daddy can afford!"

    Ridiculous...
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    Quote from w_padre
    FEU- 60,000 per sem
    I agree, in 4th year its 60,000 not included the bus fare,or anything, just tuition fee and misc...
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    they actually three (3) passers who made it to top ten. And their huge school is located just in front of PRC where nursing review materials proliferates. I wish my school had one installed in front of PRC also hehe. no harm meant.
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    i would suggest Philippine women's university (PWU). It's co ed so they also accept guys. It's trimestral so compared to 60,000 per sem (or twice a year) it would be 60k three times a year. but you graduate after 3 and a half years. FEU is also pricey and i guess that's ok since i see that FEU has good facilities and plenty of hospital affiliations.

    if i were you i would go for the facilities and hospital affiliations and board passing rate since this pretty much sums up the quality of the school's education. PWU has over 20 hospital affiliations i believe and a good Nursing population so it's not overcrowded when it comes to getting your learning experience.

    I'm not sure, but I hear FEU is somewhat overcrowded with Nursing students and it might make it hard to get the most out of the learning experience. However FEU does real well on screening their students every semester so they maintain a good quality. They also have a lot of hospital affiliations.

    Another one would be Nursing at De la Salle University but their campus is in Dasmarinas Cavite. However you will have to prove you are both capable financially and intellectually. Their thesis requires only two people per group so that is pretty tough to work on whereas PWU requires your entire clinical group to participate in the thesis(could range from 9 people to 12).

    I hope i kept this as un-biased as possible.
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    FEU -- or so I've heard. Fastest Earning University as they call it. Oops... no offense to FEUers out there! It's a joke that's been going around, right? Peace!
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    you don't have to worry about that joke, it's their own students who started it.. haha! btw, im from FEU, batch 2007 our tuition back then is no joke, it's really costly but i do believe that it's really worth it. the professors are good (if you believe a certain prof is not meeting your learning expectations, you have the power to kick him/her out of the school by giving him/her a failing rating on the online faculty evaluation done at the end of every sem), the facilities are exceptional (like the virtual lab thing, free wifi, E-library, etc), a lot of hospital affiliations, community immersion for a month (on 4th year), & so the list goes on..i recommend it for those who are about to take nursing as their first course. FEU's Institute of Nursing is not accepting 2nd coursers.. (too bad). For 2nd coursers i believe Fatima University and Carlos Lanting are good choices. they have high passing rates and also, fatima, most of the time, takes the the top 1 slot.. about the the top10 ielts review center, im not sure but i heard that the 9.0 Niner is good..Good luck!


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