For the 2014-2015 school year, undergraduate tuition fees at Centro Escolar University range from 34,000 to 40,000 Philippine pesos per semester of study. Graduate tuition fees are 19,000 Philippine pesos.
Based on the April 2014 exchange rate, one U.S. dollar is equal to between 44 and 45 Philippine pesos. Therefore, one semester of undergraduate study costs between $765 and $900, while one semester of graduate study at the private Manila school costs about $428. The university was established in 1907 and is best known for undergraduate programs in the health sciences and graduate programs in education, business, biology, psychology, social work, computer science and hospitality management.