Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the University of the Philippines - Diliman rating is 3.8. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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Currently,I enjoy the social diversity that exists in the university and enabled by having different classmates depending on the course. Furthermore, having a large campus serves to promote bonding experiences with other individuals. Unfortunately, the university’s curriculum needs reevaluation due to lack of focus on professional industry and real-world applications.View more
UP Diliman provides excellent theoretical classes when it comes to teaching BS Civil Engineering.
Classes are conducted strictly adhering to literature but ultimately fails to provide a more holistic approach to preparing future graduates for the realities of work.
It can be said that the BS Civil Engineering course offered primarily caters to retaining students in the academe. There are no classes offered for at least a basic tutorial on using different CAD software. No tutorial on using industry-leading software to prepare students for employment. Everything is either developed from scratch or uses open-sourced software.
Facilities have also been upgraded but I don’t think they’re world class just yet.
Enrollment, as far as I know, still hasn’t been improved. Lack of instructors and classrooms still plague the Institute of Engineering, leading to students queuing in long lines to get a slot at a class that they need to enroll in.
University wide, the campus is beautiful but is in dire need of upgrade and maintenance. Security is also an issue as there are not enough visible University Police patrolling.
Students are also still complaining of outdated policies as well as an inhumane academic schedule.View more
There’s a lot of pressure with regards to the standards in achieving academic success inside the university. Since all of the students are living under the microscope, I’d say it’s worth it as long as you have enough heart for it and not aiming for any prestige.View more
With its unique culture, community of students, and welcoming trees, this campus immediately makes you feel at home. With regards to my program, it sometimes lags behind in terms of the structure of the courses. On most occasions you will find yourself heavily inclined on finishing academic essays and stuff while carving out a little time for drawing. Despite this, my program taught me to never settle for mediocrity.View more