Pinoy Henyo: Intercollegiate Edition is an edition of the segment Pinoy Henyo that premiered on 16 May 2011 and continued until 18 June 2011. It is the first edition to feature a single-elimination style tournament where only one pair is declared as the grand winner.
Sixty-nine pairs from various universities and colleges across the Philippines face each other in the daily elimination round of the competition. Then. they undergo a series of elimination rounds before being narrowed down into eighteen pairs in the semi-finals. The contestants are further narrowed down into six pairs who competed in the grand finals of the competition.The daily round of this edition follows the regular format and rules of the original Pinoy Henyo. In the daily round, three pairs compete against one another by each guessing a word in under two minutes. For each pair, an Eat Bulaga! host who is holding a particular cash prize is assigned to go inside the Pinoy Henyo chamber. If the pair correctly guesses their word within two minutes, they will receive the cash prize held by the Eat Bulaga! host. If the pair fails to guess the word, the Eat Bulaga! host will be drenched in a messy liquid substance and the pair will leave empty-handed. The pair with the fastest time advances to the jackpot round.
In the jackpot round, the winning pair must take turns to correctly guess any three of the ten words provided in under three minutes. The players can opt to pass if they are having difficulty guessing the word. For every word guessed, an additional cash prize is added to their current winnings. The maximum jackpot round winnings is ₱50,000.
The grand finals of the competition follows the same format as the jackpot game of a typical daily round. Pairs are given ten words of a specific category. A lottery will determine each pair's category. Each pair must take turns to correctly guess three words as quickly as possible in under three minutes. Pairs can opt to pass, but they cannot return to those skipped words. The pair with the fastest time wins the game.
The educational institutions who competed in the grand finals are San Sebastian College – Recoletos, Technological University of the Philippines, Rizal Technological University, José Rizal University, Polytechnic University of the Philippines, and Philippine Maritime Institute Colleges.
Dennis Racelis and Dhang Lucelo of Rizal Technological University were the winners of the competition after guessing three words within 50.45 seconds. They received a trophy, two digital camera, two cell phones, two laptops, and ₱300,000 in cash prize.
The winning pair then faced the other two grand winners of the 2011 Pamilyang Pinoy Henyo and the 2011 Pinoy Henyo High: Alumni Edition in a special edition titled Pinoy Henyo: Battle of the Champions. It was held on 31 March 2012.
|Rizal Technological University||Hayop||3||0:50.45|
| Andre Tamayo|
|José Rizal University||Pagkain||3||1:22.60|
| Jun David, Jr.|
|Philippine Maritime Institute Colleges||Lugar||3||1:37.39|
| Vhen Cristobal|
|Polytechnic University of the Philippines||Hayop||3||2:19.59|
| Nikka de Torres|
|San Sebastian College – Recoletos||Tao||2||2:18.64|
| Regie Rabe|
E-Thao Legua, Jr
|Technological University of the Philippines||Lugar||2||2:19.59|