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Quick Facts & Figures

(Updated as of Jan 19, 2018)


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School Type

Private

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Academic Calendar

Semestral

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Ave. Tuition Fee

PHP 20,000 to 60,000

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Accepting Top-up Vouchers?

Yes

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Religious Affiliation

Roman Catholic

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Gender Admission

Co-ed

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Batch Size

2,000

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Research Centers

-4

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Organizations

12

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Food/Meal Budget

PHP 55

Amenities

(Updated as of Dec 14, 2017)


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Wifi / Internet

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Basketball Court

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Soccer Field

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Table Tennis Court

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Badminton Court

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Outdoor Swimming Pool

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Computer Laboratory

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Chemistry Laboratory

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Biology Laboratory

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Physics Laboratory

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Auditorium

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Dormitory

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Theater

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Playground

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Canteen

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Airconditioned Classrooms

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Audio-Visual Rooms

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Gym

What does Don Bosco Technical College stand for?


Established in 1953, Don Bosco Technical College Mandaluyong (DBTC) is a private Catholic educational institution. Owned and operated by the Salesians of Don Bosco, it is the first Don Bosco Educational Center in Metro Manila with 24 other centers located all over the Philippines. DBTC’s College Department opened in 1966. 

DBTC offers not only co-educational senior high and college education, but also an all-boys grade school department, an academic and technical curriculum junior high school education, and vocational training for out-of-school youth. The institution aims to form an Educative-Pastoral community of lifelong learners. DBTC promotes holistic personal growth, working for total human development and encourages active participation in upholding social justice. By providing an environment that is both academically vigorous and innovative, DBTC hopes to form students into agents of social change.

DBTC offers a total of seven undergraduate degrees: Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering (BS EcE), Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (BS ME), Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering  (BS CpE), Bachelor of Science in Architecture (BS Archi), Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BS IT), Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship (BS Entrep), and Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BS CS). DBTC aso offers a 2-year Associate program in Computer Technology. DBTC’s Senior High offers the following tracks: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), Accountancy, Business, and Management (ABM), and Digital Media Technology (DMT). DBTC also has a Technical Vocational Education and Training Center and a 2-year program on Air Maintenance Technology.

DBTC’s students have consistently surpassed the national average in board exams. The college’s Computer Engineering Program has received a Level I accreditation from the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges, and Universities (PAASCU) while their High School achieved a Level II accreditation. DBTC also received a Philippine Quality Award (PQA) in 2012. All seven degree programs are recognized by the Commission for Higher Education (CHEd).

Don Bosco Technical College Mandaluyong Facts:

  • Until 2004, DBTC’s college department accepted only male students
  • DBTC is now a part of the Education Servicing Contract (ESC) Program of the Department of Education. DepEd is giving 110 incoming Grade 7 a subsidy of Php 10,000.00 for the whole year.
  • Francis Magalona, “King of Filipino rap” was an alumnus of DBTC
Source: https://dbmanda.one-bosco.org/

What programs & courses does Don Bosco Technical College offer?


Choosing the right program can help you set your future goals and visualize where you want to be. Whether you want to be an engineer, a teacher, an accountant, or you want to level up in your profession, making yourself informed with the right choices will surely back you up in the future. Are you ready to map your career with Don Bosco Technical College? Make the best decision in choosing the right path for you, click through the list of programs offered by Don Bosco Technical College below:

Where is Don Bosco Technical College located?

(Updated as of Jan 19, 2018)


Address
736 Gen. Kalentong St., Mandaluyong City
Contact Number
(+632) 533 2005 / 531 8081
Mobile Number
09176540844
Website
http://dbmanda.one-bosco.org/
Email Address
[email protected]

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