When you start thinking about your child’s further education, and the degree that they want, you also start thinking about the cost. With tuition fees skyrocketing, the cost of education can take a lot out of a family financially.
When the Commission on Higher Education approved a 6.48% increase in tuition fees and other fees at the request of higher education institutions in the country, 283 institutions chose to increase tuition fees. The remaining 212 chose to increase other fees instead.
Taking the high cost of education in the country, here’s a look at 10 schools in Metro Manila with the highest tuition fees for the 2017/2018 academic year – for undergraduate degrees.
Not to be confused with Southville International Schools and Colleges, the SISFU is affiliated with several British and Australian universities to provide degrees in Business Administration, Culinary Arts, and Hospitality Management.
The school uses a three-term system and those enrolled into their programs will have to pay USD 3,365 for the first term and USD 3,035 for the next two terms.