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School Name : Philippine Women’s University
Acronym : PWU
School Type : Private
Academic Calendar : Tri-semestral
Year Founded : 1919
Gender Admission : Male/Female
Religious Affiliation : Non-sectarian
Colors : purpul and white
Hymn : PWU University Hymn
Motto : The First University for Women in Asia, Founded by Asians


How to contact the School?

Address : 1743 Taft Avenue, Malate, City of Manila, First District 1004

Contact Number : (632) 4651-777

Email : admissions@pwu.edu.ph

Website : http://www.pwu.edu.ph



School Summary

The Philippine Women’s University is a non-stock, non-profit, non-sectarian educational institution that promotes Christian education and inter-faith ecumenism in the character formation of our learners, with emphasis on the PWU Core Values of spirituality and ethical professionalism, cultural heritage and leadership in women’s education, and professional competencies for global citizenship toward sustainable development.

Professional Regulations Commission Statistics

Overall Performance :
This data shows PRC Board Rating Statistics
All Profession : 9999 - 0


How much is the Tuition Fee?

Bachelor's degree Php 110,000-120,000 per year
Master's degree Php 32,000-57,000 per year
Doctorate degree Php 130,000-135,000 per entire program

Are Financial Aid and Scholarship avaiable?

The Philippine Women's University is highly committed to admitting the best students and providing increased access to quality higher education. Philippine Women's University also provides other forms of financial assistance to qualified students applying or enrolled at the University

Scholarship Programs Offered:

  • Academic scholarships
  • Student assistant ship program
  • Discount on siblings/parent-child
  • Discounts for JASMS/JMD high school graduates pursuing tertiary studies at PWU
  • Scholarship for student leaders
  • Multiple discounts
  • Early bird discounts
  • Special alumni discount
  • PGMA loan
  • Edward and Eva Lara Underwood scholarship
 


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“Kuwentong Kutsero” is the forthcoming exhibit of New York-based Filipino visual artist Ged Merino.  Opening on February 17, 2019 at the Museo de Intramuros in San Ignacio Church, this multi-media show pays tribute to the Kutsero and the once-ubiquitous Kalesa as historical custodian and embodiment of our colonial past.  The exhibit features the artist’s various depictions of the Kalesa surrounded by audio-visual installations, with authentic kutseros acting as gallery guides.Prior to living in New York, Ged Merino was based in Manila as a student at the PWU School of Fine Arts and Design, where he received his foundational training in the art of printmaking.  It is no wonder then that for his latest project, he returned to his PWU roots for production support.Kudos to  PWU SFAD students Elijah Abad, Ivan Castrillo, Mario Guioguio, Jay-ar Zaragoza, Matthew Mantala, and Lance Valenzuela for lending their valuable assistance to this innovative project.

“Kuwentong Kutsero” is the forthcoming exhibit of New York-based Filipino visual artist Ged Merino

February 15th

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“Kuwentong Kutsero” is the forthcoming exhibit of New York-based Filipino visual artist Ged Merino. Opening on February 17, 2019 at the Museo de Intramuros in San Ignacio Church, this multi-media show pays tribute to the Kutsero and the once-ubiquitous Kalesa as historical custodian and embodiment of our colonial past. The exhibit features the artist’s various depictions of the Kalesa surrounded by audio-visual installations, with authentic kutseros acting as gallery guides.

Prior to living in New York, Ged Merino was based in Manila as a student at the PWU School of Fine Arts and Design, where he received his foundational training in the art of printmaking. It is no wonder then that for his latest project, he returned to his PWU roots for production support.

Kudos to PWU SFAD students Elijah Abad, Ivan Castrillo, Mario Guioguio, Jay-ar Zaragoza, Matthew Mantala, and Lance Valenzuela for lending their valuable assistance to this innovative project.
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“Kuwentong Kutsero” is the forthcoming exhibit of New York-based Filipino visual artist Ged Merino.  Opening on February 17, 2019 at the Museo de Intramuros in San Ignacio Church, this multi-media show pays tribute to the Kutsero and the once-ubiquitous Kalesa as historical custodian and embodiment of our colonial past.  The exhibit features the artist’s various depictions of the Kalesa surrounded by audio-visual installations, with authentic kutseros acting as gallery guides.Prior to living in New York, Ged Merino was based in Manila as a student at the PWU School of Fine Arts and Design, where he received his foundational training in the art of printmaking.  It is no wonder then that for his latest project, he returned to his PWU roots for production support.Kudos to  PWU SFAD students Elijah Abad, Ivan Castrillo, Mario Guioguio, Jay-ar Zaragoza, Matthew Mantala, and Lance Valenzuela for lending their valuable assistance to this innovative project.

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Want to confess something to the person you like but don't have the courage to do it? WE WILL BE YOUR PERSONAL MESSENGER TO DELIVER YOUR LETTER STRAIGHT FROM THAT PERSON

February 14th

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Want to confess something to the person you like but don't have the courage to do it? WE WILL BE YOUR PERSONAL MESSENGER TO DELIVER YOUR LETTER STRAIGHT FROM THAT PERSON! What are you waiting for? Join and send your letters now!

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Love is in the air, Philwomenians

Love is in the air, Philwomenians! Express your relationship status, DRESS UP and join us as we celebrate love this Valentine's Day! Civilian clothes are allowed on February 14, 2019, kindly observe proper civilian dress code. ❤#USCPWU1819

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