Consider what course you really want before applying to a university. Though it is clearly in your benefit to apply to a lot of schools just in case, you will save time and money if you check the course offerings first. Do they offer the course that suits your ambitions? If you’re not convinced, ask for a syllabus or subject listing. If you are undecided about what you really want to do four or five years down the line, looking at the specific subjects might help you come to a conclusion. Otherwise, you can go to the university that offers a course that is sure to give you a lot of options. Find out what the school specializes in, too. You don’t want to be the creative fine arts student stuck in a university meant for top-class engineers!
|University of the Philippines, Diliman has a good faculty and curriculum for its communication, business, economics, science, engineering, and law courses.|
|Ateneo De Manila University has good management, social science, and humanities programs, and takes pride in its core curriculum that provides its students with a holistic education.|
|University of Santo Tomas excels in its physical therapy, medicine, architecture, philosophy, and literature programs.|
|De La Salle University has a good communication, liberal arts, accountancy, and engineering program with air-conditioned classrooms and high-tech facilities.|
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