Contact Us

The Manila Times College School of Journalism is the only school that:

  • works in partnership with a prestigious broadsheet, The Manila Times, trusted since 1898
  • is run by professional media practitioners
  • offers on-the-job-training from Day One
  • allows you to learn from the country’s top journalists 
  • provides opportunities for you to publish and broadcast your work, locally and internationally
  •  makes sure that you graduate as a pro!

Under the leadership of veteran writer and educator Dr. Isagani R. Cruz, The Manila Times School of Journalism is quickly becoming the most innovative and responsive center of journalism education in the Philippines.

E-mail: themanilatimescollege@gmail.com
Telephone: 5245664 local 114
Campus: 3rd Floor Sitio Grande Bldg., 409 A. Soriano Avenue, Intramuros, Manila
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32 thoughts on “Contact Us

  1. Gentlemen:

    Do you intend to open an online journalism course for pinoy degree-holders or professionals who wants to write or become a journalist or even a contributor of articles in Phil newspapers and magazines?

    Thanks and regards,

    Jose A. Abenir

    • We currently have an online journalism program for undergraduate students, and the course is being taught by our president, Dr. Isagani Cruz. We are currently developing an online journalism program for professionals, and we might offer it next semester. We’ll let you know when the details of the program are ready. Thanks for your inquiry!

  2. Please do give me some insights or pre-requisites in order to be enrolled in your on-line Bachelor in Journalism degree. Thank you.

    • By Bus: There are buses near Metropolis mall going to Lawton. You can take one of those and get off at Lawton. From Lawton, you can take a jeepney near the Post Office going to Pier/Luneta and get off at A. Soriano. (Personally, I prefer walking.) 🙂

      By LRT: From LRT Station Carriedo, you can take the Pier 15 jeep which will pass through A. Soriano Avenue. Just look for the building with Max’s and Mini Stop on the first floor. It’s beside Jollibee and across Banco Filipino Condominium. The school is near Manila Cathedral.

      Hope this helps!

  3. CONGRATULATIONS TO IMMANUEL PASTOLERO, STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT, THE MANILA TIMES COLLEGE CLASS OF 2012, FOR WINNING THE U.S. EMBASSY-SPONSORED CHIKAHAN TAYO CHALLENGE. HE RECEIVED A SPECIAL INVITATION TO A CONVERSATION IN MANILA WITH U.S. SECRETARY OF STATE HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON

  4. Good day! Do you have the senior college offering for AB Mass Comm. here?

    I am interested w/ any of your post baccalaureate/post graduate diploma programs in your school.

    Hope your schedule is tailor-made for working professionals here.
    Thank you!

  5. I heard that there is going to be a workshop seminar this Saturday, Jan. 21 @ FEU Mkti (formerly Zuellig) I am interested in attending and would like to ask for a registration form or an invitation from your end. Actually, my office is the one sending me and I need docs/forms that I can attach to my request for payment. Please help… I can’t get through your numbers.

  6. This is great. I hope you will offer a certificate program on Journalism for our School Paper Advisers (SPAs). Much better if it will be a masters or graduate studies in Journalism, Campus Paper Management and Media studies . In the past two decades I have seen first hand the need to upgrade our SPAs’ skills and knowledge on this matter. Why? Because our SPAs are the first to introduce the subject in their respective schools with the advent of the Campus Journalism Act of 1991 or RA 7079. If my memory serves me right, your president and I have been doing our share on a very limited capacity–as judge and resource speakers for DepEd’s Regional and National Press Conferences and Contests. How about giving our SPAs a no-nonsense graduate education even in “distance” or on-line mode? Let’s give it a try sir. I can even volunteer to share my two-cents worth on this matter.

  7. Hi. I am Stanley Gajete, from the College of Development Communication, University of the Philippines. I am currently taking BS Development Communication, major in Community Broadcasting and minor in Development Journalism. I am still interested to pursue journalism and broadcast principles from your beloved institution. Do I have still opportunity to study there, even if I am still working to earn for my current degree? Is double degree applicable, or that is for high school graduates only? How much will be the tuition fee? Thanks… and God bless 🙂

  8. My daughter recently graduated from high school last March 28 and she wants to take up journalism. I googled what school gives the best education for journalism and your school came up. Can you please send me your prospectus for junior college and the 4 yr. journalism course?
    Thank you so much…..Madie

  9. May I just ask what are the requirements for students who wants to transfer to your school. Thank you so much!

  10. Are there available (short) courses or trainings suitable for working professionals like me? Thanks.

  11. Hi I am JRoy, currently a Journalism student at one of the schools in the U-Belt. I’m really interested with your extensive training for journalism students and I would really like to know more about the school, and of course the tuition, for me to have a choice whether or not I would transfer next semester. Thank you and God Bless. 🙂

  12. I’m retiring in 4 years but feel too young to just stay at home when i reach 60. I’d like to venture into another career. Do you offer short specialized courses like copywriting, scriptwriting, etc?

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