List of colleges and universities in Davao City

This is a list of tertiary schools in Davao City, Philippines.

UniversitiesEdit

 
Martin Building of Ateneo De Davao University

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LEdit

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International SchoolsEdit

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MEdit

  • MKD Mindanao Kokusai Daigaku (formerly Mindanao International College)

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CollegesEdit

 
Jose Maria College

AEdit

  • Agro-Industrial College of The Philippines
  • AMA Computer College of Davao
  • Assumption College of Davao
  • Assumption Polytechnic College of Southern Mindanao

BEdit

CEdit

  • Christian Colleges of Southeast Asia
  • Colegio de San Ignacio Inc.

DEdit

  • Davao Central College Inc.
  • Davao Doctors' College
  • Davao Medical School Foundation - a medical school mainly for students from Southern India and in the Philippines
  • Davao Vision Colleges, Inc. - founded by Korean missionaries in the city
  • DMMA College of Southern Philippines (formerly Davao Merchant Marine Academy, a tertiary institution in the city which primarily offers maritime courses)

GEdit

HEdit

JEdit

  • Jose Maria College

MEdit

  • Malayan Colleges Mindanao
  • MATS College of Technology
  • Mindanao Medical Foundation College

PEdit

  • Philippine College of Technology
  • Philippine Women's College of Davao

REdit

  • Rizal Memorial Colleges

SEdit

  • Samson Polytechnic College of Davao - formerly Samson Technical Institute, a TESDA-accredited tertiary institution
  • St. Joseph Technical Academy of Davao City - a TESDA-accredited institution
  • San Pedro College - founded in 1956 by the Dominican Sisters of the Trinity from Quebec, Canada
  • St. Paul College (Davao Campus)
  • St. Peter's College of Toril - a private Filipino Catholic school located in Brgy. Toril, and owned and administered by the Presentation of Mary Sisters (PM)
  • STI College of Davao

Future colleges and universitiesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ https://www.sunstar.com.ph/article/428057
  2. ^ "BusinessWorld | Lyceum to start construction of Davao campus". www.bworldonline.com. Retrieved May 25, 2018.
  3. ^ Canedo, Karina V. (March 28, 2017). "1st Lyceum campus outside Luzon eyed in Davao City". Sunstar. Retrieved May 25, 2018.
  4. ^ Perez, Ace June Rell (April 12, 2018). "Changing the education landscape". Sun.Star. Retrieved March 17, 2019.

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