Founded and formally inaugurated during the 19th anniversary celebration of Manila Doctors Hospital (MDH) in 1975 and first known as the Manila Doctors Hospital School of Nursing, the College was originally located at the fourth floor of the Manila Doctors Hospital along United Nations Avenue in Manila. Its founding members include Dr. Ambrosio Tangco, Dr. Gonzalo F. Austria, Dr. Fidel Estrada, Dr. Jose Villanueva and then members of the Board of Directors of MDH. Mrs. Cristeta T. Patajo was the first principal.

The College initially offered a three-year graduate nursing course. In 1978, a permit to offer the four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts courses was granted by the then Department of Education, Culture and Sports (DECS).

A major milestone was marked in the School’s history when the Metrobank Foundation Inc. acquired control of the Manila Medical Services, Inc. in February 1979. With the takeover, a new set of hospital directors was elected, headed by Dr. George S.K. Ty as Chairman and Mr. Edgardo Espiritu as President.


In February 14, 1980, the School was renamed Manila Doctors College as the status college was granted as a reflection of its varied course offerings, which included Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Bachelor of Science in Zoology, and a two-year certificate course in Pulmonary Therapy.

In October of 1993, the College was registered as a non-stock corporation with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Two years later, the Nursing program was accorded Level I Accreditation by the Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines by virtue of the authority granted by the then DECS, having satisfactorily met the standards and fulfilled the requirements of the Philippine Accrediting Association of School, Colleges, and Universities (PAASCU). In April 2002, the College formally earned the Level II Accreditation from PAASCU.

 


The boom in nursing education paved the way for the expansion of the College. As a newly organized management prepared for the influx of students, efforts were conscientiously taken to maintain the quality of education. As enrollment steadily grew, the College adhered to academic standards imposed by both private accrediting bodies and concerned government agencies. As a result, the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) granted full Deregulated Status to the College in October 2003.

In 2004, the College inaugurated its new campus along President Diosdado Macapagal Boulevard in Pasay City. A year later, the Doña Tytana Tower was built. The new seven-storey facility was inaugurated during the College’s 30th anniversary celebration.


Having carved its niche in the nursing education producing topnotchers and consistently posting an above average performance in the Nursing Licensure Examination (NLE), the College now positions itself as a provider of high quality education in the Philippines. In addition to Nursing, the College also offers Psychology and certificate courses in caregiving, and short courses in foreign language and culinary arts. In 2008, the College opened the Bachelor of Science in Holistic Nutrition with Culinary Arts program, the first of its kind in the Philippines. The Nursing program, on the other hand, was granted Level II Reaccreditation by the PAASCU. A year after, recognizing the demand of the industry and high school students, the College welcomed its first batch of Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management students, and in 2010, the first batch of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology. The same year, the Holistic Nutrition with Culinary Arts and Hotel and Restaurant Management programs were granted full recognition by the CHED, while the Psychology program was accorded Level I Accreditation by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA). The following year, the College opened new business courses – Accountancy, Entrepreneurship and Business Administration with major studies in Business Economics, Financial Management, Operations Management, Marketing Management, and Human Resource Development Management.

In 2010, as a critical part of the thrust of breaking new grounds, Manila Doctors College transformed into Manila Tytana Colleges in pursuit of its vision of the school. The College’s Honorary Chairman and Metrobank Group of Companies Chairman Dr. George S.K. Ty dedicates the institution to his late mother, Doña Victoria Ty-Tan as part of his legacy to the Filipino people and in the best tradition of the Filipino’s highest regard and respect for motherhood. In October 2010, the new name was registered with the SEC, while the operative date of use was set to June 1, 2011. The College of Nursing, retaining the name of the College, is now called Manila Doctors College of Nursing.


Manila Tytana Colleges honors its commitment to provide a broad and liberal education, to develop the potential of each student, to guide them towards the attainment of their goals, and to prepare them to become responsive to the needs of society. Transforming generations of students into professionals with a strong sense of work ethics, it continues to break new grounds while deeply-rooted to its values and traditions.

 
A model institution of higher learning, producing scholars and professional for national and global endeavors through values-driven progressive education founded on the culture of excellence and nurturance.
 
 
1. Provide holistic formation of the individual by harnessing one’s optimum potential, utilizing a broad range of knowledge from various behavioral, social, natural and physical sciences, and the arts.

2. Direct student programs, services and activities that meet national and global standards for health care, arts and sciences, business, technology and other disciplines.

3. Pursue excellence in research & development, and inter-institutional linkages.

4. Promote social responsibility as a way of life.

5. Cultivate a culture of governance that promotes the values of integrity, teamwork and good citizenship.

6. Maintain a viable educational institution to ensure the delivery of quality education and student services.

 

 
True to its Vision to be an institution of higher learning in health and other disciplines and a center of total human development founded on the culture of excellence and nurturance, MTC provides programs, services and facilities that prepare students to become globally competitive professionals.

Thus, the educational thrusts of MTC revolve around six core qualities that make an MTC graduate stand out from the rest of the field, anywhere in the world.

 
Caring (Warm, Congenial, Emphatic, Nurturing)

Responds selflessly to the needs of others and treats people with kindness, concern and generosity. Treats other people with care by being fair, consistent and respectful. Provides prompt, effective and personalized services. Adapts approach to understand and meet different needs and concerns, and evaluates the degree to which these needs are met.

 
Competent (Achievement-oriented, Quality driven, Decisive, Conscientious)

Qualified or professionally adequate in performing duties. Demonstrates breadth, depth and leadership in own area of expertise. Maintains up-to-date knowledge of concepts and practices related to area of work. Produces useful and timely outputs relevant to the task at hand and thus contributes to the attainment of established objectives. When appropriate, mentors colleagues.

 
Committed (Rule-conscious, Dutiful, Deferent, Task-oriented, Enduring)

Advocates and adheres to highest ethical standards through ethical behavior. Upholds MTC’s reputation by exemplifying honesty and integrity in professional and personal conduct. Establishes, maintains and increases trust. Complies with rules in workplace.

 
Creative (Resourceful, Innovative, Experimenting, Curious)

Committed: Inspiring Trust and Integrity (Rule-conscious, Dutiful, Deferent, Task-oriented, Enduring

Has the ability to bring ideas to life, and further accumulate knowledge. Open to innovation. Constructively challenges the status quo and suggest ways to improve work processes. Builds networks with others for effective communication and exchange of knowledge and feedback. Develops new skills and abilities in response to new or evolving demands.

 
Culture-Adaptive (Receptive, Flexible, Emotionally Stable, Versatile)

Functions well within different and changing social and professional environments. Commits to workgroup goals and works effectively with individuals of different cultures and philosophies. Develops collaborative relationships both within and outside the workplace. Fosters a positive environment and manages conflict. Is persuasive and communicates workgroup goals clearly and consistently. Seeks or offers help when needed and acknowledges others’ contributors.

Having embibed a CARING attitude and being COMPETENT, COMMITTED, CREATIVE and CULTURE-ADAPTIVE, an MTC graduate is thus equipped with what it takes to have COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE.

 
OBJECTIVES

As an academic institution of higher learning, the College aims to:

1. Provide students with a broad liberal education in forming holistic human beings.

2. Discover and develop potentials and capacities of students for professional competence.

3. Guide students towards the attainment of their goals anchored on a spirit of concern for others.

4. Prepare students to function as worthy and self-reliant individuals responsive to the needs of the society.

 
 
 
The School’s logo reflects the dynamic transformation through the following symbols:

The Torch represents the School’s continuing search for knowledge and truth, illuminating young minds through well-rounded and value-laden education.

The Book represents learning which now goes beyond nursing and healthcare. It has expanded to include such diverse fields as the arts and sciences, as well as business and finance.

The Laurel Wreath represents the School’s driving emphasis on excellence in various fields – excellence achieved by maintaining high standards of instruction supported by upgraded facilities and core competencies.

The Shield is a symbol of tradition in academic heraldry and refers to the School as the guardian of education and the future.

The Circle represents the School’s holistic, well-rounded, and values-driven approach to teaching and learning.

The Color Green represents growth – not just of the students as individuals but as part of society. The supporting colors of blue and gold denote unity and academic excellence.

 
 
 
According to Greek mythology, the Titans were a race of primordial, powerful deities that ruled during the legendary Golden Age. The Titans were created by Gaea, the goddess of the Earth and Uranus, the god of Heaven. Gaea and Uranus became the first divine couple of the World.

As personified in Greek mythology, the Titans were known to possess the following qualities – leadership, devotion, dedication, humility, caring, prudence, discipline, hard work and patience. Similarly in education, they were known to give premium to learning by being the first teachers of the science of numbers, and all the women’s arts like weaving, cooking, and spinning.

The familiar name and the large size of the Titans have made them dramatic figures suited to the qualities of a home grown MTC graduate who would passionately strive to become Titans as bearers of excellence, protectors of life and lovers of peace.
 



Glory to our Alma Mater,
Hail to laurels past and present!
We uphold our tradition of values
In excellence and integrity.


We are all your sons and daughters
Carrying the torch of your knowledge
As we live in an ever-changing world
Whose challenges we bravely face


(Chorus)
Manila Tytana Colleges
O, home of light and learning!
We raise high the banner of green
For our noble MTC.


Glory to our Alma Mater,
The Hall of Holistic Formation.
We move onward, strong and free
Living life – the greatest gift of all.


(Chorus)
Manila Tytana Colleges
O, home of light and learning!
We raise high the banner of green
For our noble MTC.

Raising high your banner of green,
For our noble MTC!


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