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  2. PMI Colleges - Wikipedia

    PMI Colleges, formerly known as Philippine Maritime Institute, is a private, non-sectarian, co-educational higher education, Maritime institution established on September 18, 1948 in Santa Cruz, Manila, Philippines where its main campus is located. PMI Colleges is considered as the second oldest and the largest among over one hundred private ...

  3. International School Manila - Wikipedia

    Website. www .ismanila .org. International School Manila ( abbreviation: ISM) is a private, non-profit, non-sectarian international school [4] located in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines. Founded in 1920 as the American School by a group of American and British parents living in Manila, it adopted its present name in 1970.

  4. PMI Colleges Bohol - Wikipedia

    Website. www .pmicolleges .com. The PMI Colleges Bohol is a private, non-sectarian, co-educational institution of higher learning in Tagbilaran City, Bohol, Philippines and is part of the PMI Colleges system. It offers marine courses such as Marine Transportation, Marine Engineering and Customs Administration.

  5. University of the Philippines Manila - Wikipedia

    Notable people from UP Manila include Elpidio Quirino, the sixth President of the Philippines, who graduated from the university with a law degree in 1915. Fe del Mundo, a pediatrician, was known as the first woman to be admitted as a student in Harvard Medical School, and was the founder of the first pediatric hospital in the Philippines.

  6. Manila Adventist College - Wikipedia

    The Manila Adventist College or MAC (formerly known as Manila Adventist Medical Center and Colleges, Inc. or MAMC) is a private coeducational Christian tertiary health sciences institution. The campus is located inside the campus of Adventist Medical Center Manila within the city of Pasay, Metro Manila, Philippines and is run by the hospital.

  7. Manila Business College - Wikipedia

    History. The Manila Business College Foundation was envisioned by Dr. Thomas Chua. He invited a group of Filipinos to help him organize it. They organized the Board of Trustees with him. Dr. Chua invited Dr. Pedro G. Villaflores, former chief, Higher Education Division of CHED, NCR and retired director of Region IV, Commission on Higher Education, to join the Manila Business College Foundation ...

  8. List of colleges and universities in Metro Manila - Wikipedia

    Technological University of the Philippines Manila (Main Campus) Technological University of the Philippines-Taguig Campus; Thames Business School; Trace College Makati; Treston International College Taguig; Trinity University of Asia (formerly Trinity College of Quezon City) U. Unciano Paramedical Colleges Inc. – Guadalcanal, Santa Mesa, Manila