Best Radiologic Technology Schools in the Philippines

X-rays allow doctors to view the insides of a person’s chest. X-rays also make it possible to see cracks in the skull of a person who figured in an accident. Ultrasound gives expectant mothers an opportunity to see their unborn child inside their wombs.

Xrays, ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and similar imaging technologies allow us to access information which we could not easily access otherwise and to operate these, we’ll need Radiologic Technologists.

Radiologic Technologist

In the Philippines, radiologic technologists have to be capable of the following tasks, among others:

  • Determining the proper radiography techniques to use on a patient based on observations and their needs;
  • Producing useful images through various radiographic examinations;
  • Gathering useful data from the produced images;
  • Monitoring both the people and the equipment involved in the job

These responsibilities make radiologic technologists an indispensable asset in any medical function.

Licensed Radiologic Technologist Exam

The Licensed Radiologic Technologist Exam is conducted in July of every year.

If the job piques your interest and you are considering to be a Licensed Radiologic Technologist in the future, take note that the following topics are some of the ones included in the Licensed Radiologic Technologist Board Exam in the Philippines:

  • Radiography
  • Anatomy
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Ultrasound
  • Nursing
  • Nuclear Medicine

Best Radiologic Technology Schools in the Philippines

What you want to know would be the schools which train the highest number of passers in radiologic technology exams, right? Well, look no further for here they are.

These data were compiled from previous Radiologic Technologist Licensure Exams to find out the schools with the highest Radiologic Technologist Licensure Exam passing rates. Hope you find this information useful!

Schools ranked by Radiologic Technologist Licensure Exam Passing Rate

RankSchoolPassing RateNumber of PassersTotal Number of Takers
1St. Paul University Philippines, Tuguegarao City100%2727
2Makati Medical Center College, Makati93%1415
3Saint Louis University, Baguio City92%245264
4Davao Doctors College, Davao City91%254278
4Cebu Doctors' University, Mandaue City91%126137
5University of La Salette Santiago, Santiago City90%1820
6De La Salle Health Sciences Institute, Dasmarinas City83%266319
7University of Makati, Makati82%86104
8Calayan Educational Foundation, Lucena City81%6377
8The Lyceum of the Philippines - Laguna, Calamba City81%1822
9Lorma Colleges, San Fernando City80%100124
9Metro Subic Colleges, Inc., Olongapo City80%1721
9Arellano University, Manila80%2025
10Liceo de Cagayan University, Cagayan de Oro78%166211
11South SEED-LPDH College, Las Pinas77%1722
12Holy Infant College, Tacloban71%139194
13Butuan Doctors College, Butuan City69%3753
14Medical Colleges of Northern Philippines, Tuguegarao City68%472689
15Colegio de Santa Catalina de Alejandria, Dumaguete City66%3045
16Saint Jude College, Manila65%146224
16Calamba Doctors' College, Calamba City65%2843
17Capitol Medical Center Colleges, Quezon City64%914
18Lyceum of the Philippines University - Batangas, Batangas City63%69108
19La Consolacion University Philippines, Malolos City62%1727
20Metropolitan Medical Center College of Arts, Science & Technology, Manila61%1321
21Emilio Aguinaldo College in Manila, Manila60%156257
21PLT College, Bayombong60%92153
21Wesleyan University Philippines, Cabanatuan City60%4066
22Southeast Asian College, Quezon City59%102172
22Calamba Doctor's Health Allied Medical Colleges, Calamba City59%2237
22BIT International College - Tagbilaran Campus, Tagbilaran City59%2237
23Caritas FCI Hospital and Colleges, Manila58%178302
23Angeles University Foundation, Angeles City58%2441
24Iloilo Doctor's College, Iloilo City57%178309
24Nazarenus College, Meycauayan City57%80140
24Fellowship Baptist College, Kabankalan City57%5596
24Saint Gabriel College, Kalibo57%1526
25Riverside College, Bacolod City55%195353
25Manila Adventist College, Pasay55%82149
25DMMC Institute of Health Sciences, Tanauan City55%2036
26Dr. Carlos S. Lanting College, Quezon City54%70128

Note: The table above only ranks the passing rates of First-time takers; repeaters are not included in the passing rate. All figures are based on the four (4) previous Radiologic Technologist Licensure Exams, specifically the ones held in July during the years 2014 to 2017.

Source: PRC Philippines (

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