"State-run University of the Philippines was ranked 62, Ateneo de Manila University was 65th while the University of Santo Tomas (UST) and the De La Salle University (DLSU) were 104th and 107th, respectively."
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Meantime, Professor Danilo A. Arao, Assistant Vice President for Public Affairs and Director, System Information Office of U.P. commented on his Facebook page about U.P.'s continued disinterest in participating in the Times Higher Education Survey (THES-QS) beginning with the administration of former U.P. President Emerlinda R. Roman (see: http://www.up.edu.ph/features.php?i=94), and even now under the current U.P. President Alfredo E. Pascual.
"As you know, participating in this particular survey costs more than two million pesos (based on the package price offered by THES-QS in 2008). You also know how "financially challenged" our beloved university is right now," he said in response to an inquiry we posted to him. Professor Arao also referred to the "the not-so-clear methodology of THES-QS," as basis for questioning the participation of U.P. in this particular survey.
The U.P. link quotes THES-QS as saying that rankings can easily be distorted if institutions do not submit data and in 2008 U.P. did not participate. U.P.'s overall rankings as per THES-Q (http://www.topuniversities