College of Physical Therapy: aiming high to serve

Published on February 8, 2018


Two Paulinian graduates top the Physical Therapy Board Exam administered on February 4 and 5, 2018 in Manila and Cebu.  Kevin Ceroriales Bordones ranks first with the rating of 85.75 and Jayson Nandin Montinola ranks ninth with the rating of 84.45.

PT graduates

At the national level, a total of 588 takers out of 1,017 examinees passed the Physical Therapist Licensure Examination given by the Board of Physical and Occupational Therapy in the cities of Manila and Cebu this February 2018.  SPUI has a passing rate of 67.9% with 43 passers out of 64 total examinees.

PT programThe College of Physical Therapy now offers a four-year program starting this Academic Year 2018-2019.  The College seeks to develop globally competitive and compassionate Physical Therapists through academic excellence and community service.Topping the board exams is simply one of the ways to foster a holistic and dynamic allied health profession program permeated with Gospel values.

To our Paulinian topnotchers and passers, may the love of Christ continue to impel you in your engagement in the world.  Caritas Christi urget nos.





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