We are still accepting applicants for school year 2019-2020! For more details, please visit the main Aircraft Maintenance page at the link below. For details regarding tuition fee and payments, you may visit the accounting office page located at the “Offices” tab above.
If Don Bosco were alive today, the TVET department would be at the center of his heart. More than 200 years later, with almost 30 TVET / training centers nationwide, we can proudly say that we still do put the marginalized, those who don’t have the capacity to go to formal schooling, at the center of Don Bosco Educational Centers. This is what we do, this is who we are, this is Don Bosco-One TVET Philippines
In line with the developments of the national government and the Department of Transportation (DOTr) majorly investing in railway infrastructure, we are now offering a brand-new course: Railway Technology. Contact us or click the link below for more details…
Don Bosco prides itself on being at the forefront of technological innovation. Recently, we just inaugurated our newly renovated audio-visual room. The new facility features all the essential equipment that a modern recording studio requires. That includes soundproof walls, professional-grade audio editing software, and studio-level headphones and microphones.
Opening of the School Year 2019-2020
Welcome back Bosconians. The Basic Education Department will start the School Year 2019-2020 on August 7, 2019. While the AMT program will open on August 5, 2019. Enrollment is still ongoing for most of the college programs.
Don Bosco Mandaluyong is a proud member of Don Bosco Educational Centers-Philippines, the official standard bearer of all Don Bosco schools and training centers nationwide.
We are more than a school and much more than a community
Don Bosco Mandaluyong prides itself on making history, in changing the lives of the countless Filipino students she has molded over the years.
Beyond the war and the shadows of the past. We continue to persevere, to innovate, and to make a difference in the lives of the youth. While Don Bosco died in 1888, his dream lives on in the countless of young men and women that have contributed in making the world a better place. Among our graduates are priests, pilots, filmmakers, businessmen, CEOs, technicians, OFWs, accountants, lawmakers, musicians, and a whole lot more. While Bosconians come from different backgrounds, from both the upper and lower class, one thing is certain: that we all continue to work for the greater good.
As Bosconian graduates reach the workplace, they become mostly well-regarded for being holistically developed. Having instilled Filipino and Christian values, plus being technically skilled and having an innate yearning to learn, it’s no wonder that 200 years later, Don Bosco’s dream is alive and well. With his Salesians being the second largest order in the Catholic Church, the youth are in good hands, as we still mainly focus on providing opportunities for the marginalized youth and those who cannot sustain themselves.
Live the Dream, Forza, Ascende Superius, Pro Deo et Patria, are only a few of the countless ways that Don Bosco Mandaluyong has described its unwavering effort towards the pursuit of innovation and evangelization. We continue to push the bounds of what can be done, while at the same time, keeping ourselves tethered to the ground.