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Batangas City (Filipino: Lungsod ng Batangas), is the largest and capital city of the Province of Batangas, Philippines. Known as the "Industrial Port City of Calabarzon", Batangas City is currently classified as one of the fastest urbanizing cities of the Philippines. According to the 2010 census, the city has a population of 305,607 people.
View of Poblacion, Batangas City
Batangas State University (Pambansang Pamantasan ng Batangas), formerly Pablo Borbon Memorial Institute of Technology, is a state university that has ten campuses in the Province of Batangas. Centered in the capital of the province, the university was ranked 64th among the best performing colleges and universities of the Philippines and was named as the leading mechanical engineering school prior to the Professional Regulation Commission Licensure Examination last March 2013.
Lyceum of Philippines University - Batangas (formerly Lyceum of Batangas), is an institute of higher education in Capitol Site, Batangas City. It was founded by Dr. Sotero H. Laurel in 1966 using the education philosophy of his father, former President José P. Laurel. Its flagship courses were Nursing, Medical Technology, Marine Engineering, and Customs Administration. Now, Lyceum of the Philippines University has 42 degree and non-degree programs. The school employs over 500 teaching and non-teaching personnel to cater to the needs of its 10,000 students, the biggest amongst all Lyceum campuses.
University of Batangas, the former Western Philippine College, is a private university and has the distinction of being the first university in the City of Batangas. Established in 1946, the university offers pre-elementary, elementary, high school, undergraduate, graduate studies and law. It has five campuses throughout the province and is ISO certified by AJA. It has been awarded by PACUCOA as having the 3rd most number of accredited programs in the country. The University of Batangas is recognized by CHED as a Center of Excellence in Teacher Education and as a Center of Development in Business Administration. It has also been recognized by PRC as a consistent top performer in engineering education nationwide. UB remains as a partner of DepEd in the training for K12 Teachers in the province of Batangas.
Stonyhurst Southville International School is the only international school in Batangas under a legislation signed by the President of the Philippines, accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges in the US, and ISO 9001:2008 certified. Its main campus is located at Gulod Itaas, Batangas City; its new campus is at Malarayat Campus, Lipa City. SSIS offers pre-school, grade school and high school education. One of its distinctive features is the offering of foreign language for grade school and high school and business subjects in high school.
St. Bridget College is a private Catholic education institution located in M.H. del Pilar Street. St. Bridget College offers pre-elementary,grade school, high school and college. It is the first Catholic school in the province of Batangas and in the Archdiocese of Lipa.
Westmead International School is a multilevel school located in Brgy. Gulod Labac, Batangas City that offers primary and secondary educations, college undergraduate degrees and as well as technical-vocational courses..
The Colegio ng Lungsod ng Batangas traces its beginning when Mayor Eduardo B. Dimacuha issued executive order No. 26 dated August 20, 2005 creating the Committee for the establishment of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Batangas that will “provide quality but affordable education nore particularly to our talented but poor student populace." Another Ordinance No.1 s. 2006 dated February 20, 2006 was passed changing the name Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Batangas to Colegio ng Lungsod ng Batangas.