Education in Tacloban

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Tacloban, Philippines has a variety of public and private educational institutions. Foremost of these are the University of the Philippines in the Visayas - Tacloban College, Eastern Visayas State University, the Leyte Progressive High School, a provincial branch of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority, the Leyte Normal University, the Liceo del Verbo Divino formerly known as the Divine Word University of Tacloban and the St. Therese Educational Foundation of Tacloban, Inc. otherwise known as STEFTI.

List of School/Universities in Tacloban[edit]



Colleges/Universities/Technical Institutes[edit]

  • ABE International College of Business
  • AMA Computer Learning Center College
  • AMA Computer University[1]
  • Asia Pacific Career College
  • Asian Development Foundation College
  • Colegio de san Lorenzo ruiz de Manila inc.
  • Collegio De La Salle Foundation de Tacloban
  • Datamex Institute of Computer Technology [2]
  • Dr. Vicente Orestes Romualdez Educational Foundation (College of Law)
  • Eastern Visayas State University
  • Holy Infant College
  • Holy Spirit Foundation of Leyte
  • Holy Virgin of Salvacion Foundation
  • Innovate Information and Communications Technology Systems
  • JE Mondejar Computer College
  • Jose Navarro Polytechnic Institute
  • Leyte Colleges
  • Leyte Normal University
  • Leyte Polytechnic Institute
  • Leyte School of Professionals
  • National Maritime Polytechnic
  • Remedios Trinidad Romualdez Medical Foundation
  • Sacred Heart College of Tacloban
  • St. Paul's Business School
  • St. Scholastica's College Tacloban
  • St.Benedict college of tacloban inc
  • STI College, Tacloban
  • Tacloban College Foundation
  • Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) [3]
  • University of the Philippines Visayas Tacloban College

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "AMA Computer University". Archived from the original on 2012-02-14. Retrieved 2012-01-17. 
  2. ^ Datamex Institute of Computer Technology. Accessed June 2012.
  3. ^ "Technical Education and Skills Development Authority". Retrieved June 5, 2012. 
  • Sto. Nino Elementary School