ateneo tuition fee

ateneo tuition fee


The Ateneo de Manila University (Filipino: Pamantasan ng Ateneo de Manila; Spanish: Universidad de Manila) is a private research university in Quezon City, Philippines. Founded in 1859 by the Society of Jesus, the Ateneo is the third-oldest university in the Philippines.

Ateneo offers elementary and secondary education exclusively to male students. The bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes are coeducational and the doctorate programmes are exclusively for male students. The Ateneo undergraduate schools admit students based on income (merit scholarships), religion, ethnicity, and gender quotas; except for the School of Medicine and Public Health which accepts only Filipino citizens. The Loyola Schools, which include the basic education (kindergarten to high school) and undergraduate colleges, share a common philosophy with each other.[5]

The Ateneo Graduate School of Business offers a five-year Bachelor of Science in Business Management programme, with specializations in Entrepreneurship Management,[6] Family Enterprise Management,[7] Human Resource Development Management,[8] Information Systems Management,[9] International Business,[10][11] Marketing Management[12] Real Estate Development[13] Supply Chain Management.[14][15][16][17].


The Law program costs P80,000.00/semester (taken twice a year). The total amount to be paid for the duration of the program is estimated at P3,200,000.00. All students are required to pay a non-refundable application fee of Php1,500.00 for the Ateneo LSAT and Php2,500.00 for the LSAC Credential Assembly Service (CAS) upon submission of their application forms. These fees are not deductible from any other fees nor refundable under any circumstances whatsoever. Tuition fee is subject to adjustment on an annual basis in accordance with economic conditions as determined by Ateneo de Manila University Board of Trustees

Basic Education

Ateneo has a term-based per unit system for tuition. Gradeschool and highschool students pay an additional miscellaneous fee of Php 40,000 every term.

Other fees:

  • Learning Resource Fee: Php 15,000
  • Technology Fee: Php 1,500

ateneo tuition fee

The following is a quick overview of all the fees you are required to pay, including their relevance and approximate cost.

  • Required fees are determined by the university. These include your tuition fee (or, if you’re a resident student, your tuition fee plus room and board), your student health fee, your student athletic fee, and various optional credits, such as instructional technology costs (IT) and ION fees, which are fees for online resources used in courses. As an incoming freshman, you will not pay any of these mandatory fees until the payment deadline Wednesday at 11:59 p.m. week before classes begin on the Monday that follows that deadline (e.g., if this is the final Wednesday of January and May 16th is the payment deadline for 2018-2019 tuition, then you will not have to pay any mandatory fees until April 11th at 11:59 p.m.).
  • Other fees include non-mandatory general charges (such as books or laboratory materials) or travel expenses when doing research in other cities/countries than where UPD is located. These can be used only with prior approval from UPD’s Student Affairs Office and don’t come with an added benefit from attending UPD (for example: no housing options available).
  • Tuition fee includes mandatory student services charges for those who wish to use those services but aren’t required to take certain courses (such as student government elections).

If you would like more information about mandatory duties like academic advisement or tutoring services offered through , please visit http://tuteeserves.ateneo-puertoricentro .mx/faq/

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