Admissions

Admission to the University is open to all student applicants regardless of religion, race or gender. Every applicant is considered individually in a holistic assessment using all the information available to us.

The Office of Student Admissions caters to all inquiries and applications. Applicants must submit the required documents and pass the entrance examinations. In some cases, an interview with the Dean may be necessary.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Elementary School Admission Requirements

  • Birth Certificate – 1 original, 2 photocopies
  • 2 pcs. 1×1 ID picture
  • Original copy of Report Card from the last school attended signed by Principal
  • Interview

Testing fee – PhP 350.00

Time of Exam – 8:00am – 12:00nn

Test results will be given out after three days by the Guidance Office

Bring the following on exam day:

  • 2 pcs. Pencils (#2 with eraser)
  • 1 pc. whole sheet of paper
  • Exam Permit and Receipt
  • Snacks (examinees are not allowed to go out during break time)

Junior High School Admission Requirements

  • Original F-138 (Report Card) or photocopy of latest grades
  • Original and one clear photocopy of Birth Certificate
  • Two (2) letters of recommendation from either: the Principal, Adviser, or Guidance Counselor
  • 2 pcs. 1×1 ID picture
  • All transferees are required to go through interview prior to applying. Please come with parents/guardians on your interview schedule.

Testing fee – PhP 350.00

Time of Exam – 8:00am – 12:00nn

Test results will be given out after three days by the Guidance Office

Bring the following on exam day:

  • 2 pcs. Pencils (#2 with eraser)
  • 1 pc. whole sheet of paper
  • Exam Permit and Receipt
  • Snacks (examinees are not allowed to go out during break time)

Senior High School Admission Requirements

  • PWU-JASMS High School Entrance Exam
  • Interview
  • Copy of PSA Birth Certificate
  • Certificate of Junior High School Completion/Junior High School Report Card
  • 2 pcs 1x1 ID picture
  • Certificate of Good Moral character
  • QVR Certificate (Qualified Voucher Applicants Only)
  • Testing fee – PhP 350.00

Download and accomplish Application Form. Submit to the Admissions Office.

Freshman Undergraduate Admission Requirements

Entrance Exam Schedule
Monday to Saturday, 9:00AM, 10:00AM & 2:00PM

Admission Requirements

  • High School Card Form 138 (original and photocopy)
  • Letter of Recommendation / Certificate of Good Moral Character from High School Principal / Guidance Counselor (original and photocopy)
  • PSA certified birth certificate (original and photocopy)
  • 2 colored 1.5 x 1.5 ID pictures
  • Entrance examination fee – PhP 350.00

ENROLLMENT PROCEDURE
WHERE TO GO WHAT TO DO
1. ADMISSIONS OFFICE
Ground floor, Taft wing
Fill up an Application for Admission form and secure an application ID. This serves as your Routing Slip. Inquire if you are eligible for a Scholarship or any Discount.
2. PWU SCHOOLS/Departments Bring your transcript/credentials from your last school attended to the Dean or Program Head for assessment and signature.

After you are assessed, take your signed routing slip to the Cashier.
3. CASHIER’S WINDOW
2nd floor, Nakpil wing
Pay the entrance examination fee (PHP 350.00) and get an official receipt.
4. GUIDANCE/TESTING CENTER
Mezzanine, Malvar wing
Present the official receipt and routing slip to the psychometrician on duty who will give you the entrance exam and tell you when to get the result.
5. PWU SCHOOLS
(e.g. School of Arts & Sciences, School of Education, etc.)
Return to the School or Department with your official receipt and entrance exam result. An Adviser will be assigned to you and you will get the list of subjects you will enroll for the term.

And if applicable, take the Art Test or Music Audition.
6. SCHOLARSHIP OFFICE
2nd floor Nakpil wing
If you are eligible, go to the Scholarship Office and get a Certificate of Scholarship.
7. REGISTRAR’S OFFICE
2nd floor, Nakpil wing

– OR –

COMPUTER LAB
Mezzanine, Malvar wing
Submit credentials and signed adviser’s slip at the Registrar’s Office or the Computer Lab.

Get the class schedule and assessment of fees.
8. CASHIER’S WINDOW
2nd floor, Nakpil wing
Present signed Adviser’s slip, signed Assessment form and Certificate of Scholarship (if any) and pay at the Cashier’s window.

Get the official receipt with student number.

The Assessment form stamped ENROLLED serves as the certificate of enrollment (COE)
9. After enrollment, present COE to:

AUDIO VISUAL STUDIO
2nd floor Nakpil wing

MEDICAL CLINIC
Ground floor, Leon Guinto wing

LIBRARY
3rd Floor

SUBJECT TEACHERS
On 1st day of classes


Get the University ID


Get a list of required medical tests at the Clinic and complete the tests. (college students only)

Get Library card (prepare 1“ x 1“ colored picture)


Present COE to subject teachers and get his/her signature

Foreign Student Admission

Application

Interested students may send an email to: admissions@pwu.edu.ph

  1. Documentary requirements
    Scanned copies of the following documents may be submitted via email for initial evaluation. The original and authenticated documents must be presented to the university upon enrollment:
    • Scholastic record (form 137 of Transcript of Records) duly authenticated by the Philippine Foreign Service Consular Officer located in the student’s country of origin or legal residence
    • Police Clearance Certificate issued by the National Police Authority in the student’s country of origin or legal residence – duly authenticated by Philippine Foreign Service Consular Officer located in the student’s country of origin or legal residence

      Alternatively, a Certificate of Good Moral Character from a reputable and verifiable source will be accepted (e.g. Employer, Government Official)
    • Applicant’s original birth certificate
    • ID pictures (2 copies 1.5" x 1.5")
    • Copy of current, valid passport showing photo, data, and stamp of latest arrival in the Philippines, and existing valid visa.
  2. English Proficiency Requirements
    A score of at least 500 (if paper-based) or 173 (if computer-based) or 61 (if internet-based) in the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) shall be required, or

    A score of at least 5 in the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) shall be required.

    If the applicant does not meet the requirements for English proficiency, one may be placed in the University’s Conditional English Program before the applicant is allowed to enrol in any program.
  3. After completing the documentary requirements, an applicant is issued an applicant number by PWU Admissions Office. Applicant will be interviewed by the Dean of the PWU program he/she is interested in. The interview can be conducted in person or via the internet.
  4. The applicant will be informed about acceptance by PWU and must then be in the Philippines to complete the admissions process

Cost of Attendance

  • Visa Application Fees: estimated at approximately USD250, to be paid in country of origin to the Philippine visa-issuing office.
  • Tuition and Application Fees:
    Rates vary depending on the study program. Please email admissions@pwu.edu.ph for a detailed breakdown of tuition and other fees.

Upon admission, the following payments will be made in addition to basic tuition and miscellaneous fees:

  • Acceptance fee: USD300
  • International students Fee: USD100 per trimester for the Bachelor Program; USD300 per trimester for Graduate Studies

International students who fail their subjects or violate any University or Philippine laws may be subject to dismissal and revocation of their student visas


ENROLLMENT PROCEDURE
WHERE TO GO WHAT TO DO
1. ADMISSIONS OFFICE
Ground floor, Taft wing
Fill up an Application for Admission form and secure an application ID. This serves as your Routing Slip. Inquire if you are eligible for a Scholarship or any Discount.
2. PWU SCHOOLS/Departments

– OR –

FOREIGN STUDENTS’ Coordinator
Bring your transcript/credentials from your last school attended to the Dean or Program Head for assessment and signature.

After you are assessed, take your signed routing slip to the Cashier.
3. CASHIER’S WINDOW
2nd floor, Nakpil wing
Pay the entrance examination fee (PHP 350.00) and get an official receipt.
4. GUIDANCE/TESTING CENTER
Mezzanine, Malvar wing
Present the official receipt and routing slip to the psychometrician on duty who will give you the entrance exam and tell you when to get the result.
5. PWU SCHOOLS
(e.g. School of Arts & Sciences, School of Education, etc.)
Return to the School or Department with your official receipt and entrance exam result. An Adviser will be assigned to you and you will get the list of subjects you will enroll for the term.

And if applicable, take the Art Test or Music Audition.
6. SCHOLARSHIP OFFICE
2nd floor Nakpil wing
If you are eligible, go to the Scholarship Office and get a Certificate of Scholarship.
7. REGISTRAR’S OFFICE
2nd floor, Nakpil wing

– OR –

COMPUTER LAB
Mezzanine, Malvar wing
Submit credentials and signed adviser’s slip at the Registrar’s Office or the Computer Lab.

Get the class schedule and assessment of fees.
8. CASHIER’S WINDOW
2nd floor, Nakpil wing
Present signed Adviser’s slip, signed Assessment form and Certificate of Scholarship (if any) and pay at the Cashier’s window.

Get the official receipt with student number.

The Assessment form stamped ENROLLED serves as the certificate of enrollment (COE)
9. After enrollment, present COE to:

AUDIO VISUAL STUDIO
2nd floor Nakpil wing

MEDICAL CLINIC
Ground floor, Leon Guinto wing

LIBRARY
3rd Floor

SUBJECT TEACHERS
On 1st day of classes


Get the University ID


Get a list of required medical tests at the Clinic and complete the tests. (college students only)

Get Library card (prepare 1“ x 1“ colored picture)


Present COE to subject teachers and get his/her signature

Transferee or 2nd Degree Course Admission Requirements

Entrance Exam Schedule
Monday to Saturday, 9:00AM, 10:00AM & 2:00PM (for Transferee)

Monday to Saturday, 9:00AM & 2:00PM(for 2nd Degree Course)

Admission Requirements:

  • Certificate of Transfer Credential / Honorable Dismissal (original and photocopy)
  • Certified True Copy of Grades (original and photocopy)
  • Letter of Recommendation / Certificate of Good Moral Character from the Dean or Guidance Counselor of the last school attended (original and photocopy)
  • PSA issued birth certificate (original and photocopy)
  • Marriage Certificate (for married female students – 2 photocopies)
  • 2 colored 1.5 x 1.5 ID picture
  • Entrance examination fee – PhP 350.00
ENROLLMENT PROCEDURE
WHERE TO GO WHAT TO DO
1. ADMISSIONS OFFICE
Ground floor, Taft wing
Fill up an Application for Admission form and secure an application ID. This serves as your Routing Slip. Inquire if you are eligible for a Scholarship or any Discount.
2. PWU SCHOOLS/Departments Bring your transcript/credentials from your last school attended to the Dean or Program Head for assessment and signature.

After you are assessed, take your signed routing slip to the Cashier.
3. CASHIER’S WINDOW
2nd floor, Nakpil wing
Pay the entrance examination fee (PHP 350.00) and get an official receipt.
4. GUIDANCE/TESTING CENTER
Mezzanine, Malvar wing
Present the official receipt and routing slip to the psychometrician on duty who will give you the entrance exam and tell you when to get the result.
5. PWU SCHOOLS
(e.g. School of Arts & Sciences, School of Education, etc.)
Return to the School or Department with your official receipt and entrance exam result. An Adviser will be assigned to you and you will get the list of subjects you will enroll for the term.

And if applicable, take the Art Test or Music Audition.
6. SCHOLARSHIP OFFICE
2nd floor Nakpil wing
If you are eligible, go to the Scholarship Office and get a Certificate of Scholarship.
7. REGISTRAR’S OFFICE
2nd floor, Nakpil wing

– OR –

COMPUTER LAB
Mezzanine, Malvar wing
Submit credentials and signed adviser’s slip at the Registrar’s Office or the Computer Lab.

Get the class schedule and assessment of fees.
8. CASHIER’S WINDOW
2nd floor, Nakpil wing
Present signed Adviser’s slip, signed Assessment form and Certificate of Scholarship (if any) and pay at the Cashier’s window.

Get the official receipt with student number.

The Assessment form stamped ENROLLED serves as the certificate of enrollment (COE)
9. After enrollment, present COE to:

AUDIO VISUAL STUDIO
2nd floor Nakpil wing

MEDICAL CLINIC
Ground floor, Leon Guinto wing

LIBRARY
3rd Floor

SUBJECT TEACHERS
On 1st day of classes


Get the University ID


Get a list of required medical tests at the Clinic and complete the tests. (college students only)

Get Library card (prepare 1“ x 1“ colored picture)


Present COE to subject teachers and get his/her signature

CTP and Graduate Students Admission Requirements

Entrance Exam Schedule
Monday to Saturday, 9:00AM & 2:00PM

Admission Requirements:

  • Transcript of Record (original and photocopy)
  • Certificate of Transfer Credentials / Honorable Dismissal (original and photocopy)
  • If employed, Certificate of Employment (original and photocopy)
  • If unemployed, Barangay Clearance (original and photocopy)
  • PSA issued birth certificate (original and 2 photocopy)
  • For married women, PSA issued marriage certificate (2 photocopies)
  • 4 colored 1×1 ID picture
  • If applicable, PRC License (1 photocopy)
  • Permit to Study if applicant is working in the government and/or if she/he is a government scholar (2 photocopies)
  • Master’s Degree with thesis in an area of specialization obtained from a reputable college or university (applicants fora doctoral degree)
  • Entrance examination fee – PhP 350.00 for CTP; PhP 500.00 for Graduate Courses
ENROLLMENT PROCEDURE
WHERE TO GO WHAT TO DO
1. ADMISSIONS OFFICE
Ground floor, Taft wing
Fill up an Application for Admission form and secure an application ID. This serves as your Routing Slip. Inquire if you are eligible for a Scholarship or any Discount.
2. DEAN of GRADUATE STUDIES
(for Masteral or Doctoral)

– OR –

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
(for CTP)
Bring your transcript/credentials from your last school attended to the Dean or Program Head for assessment and signature.

After you are assessed, take your signed routing slip to the Cashier.
3. CASHIER’S WINDOW
2nd floor, Nakpil wing
Pay the entrance examination fee (PHP 350.00 for CTP; PHP 500.00 for Graduate Courses) and get an official receipt.
4. GUIDANCE/TESTING CENTER
Mezzanine, Malvar wing
Present the official receipt and routing slip to the psychometrician on duty who will give you the entrance exam and tell you when to get the result.
5. PWU SCHOOLS
(e.g. School of Arts & Sciences, School of Education, etc.)
Return to the School or Department with your official receipt and entrance exam result. An Adviser will be assigned to you and you will get the list of subjects you will enroll for the term.
6. SCHOLARSHIP OFFICE
2nd floor Nakpil wing
If you are eligible, go to the Scholarship Office and get a Certificate of Scholarship.
7. REGISTRAR’S OFFICE
2nd floor, Nakpil wing

– OR –

COMPUTER LAB
Mezzanine, Malvar wing
Submit credentials and signed adviser’s slip at the Registrar’s Office or the Computer Lab.

Get the class schedule and assessment of fees.
8. CASHIER’S WINDOW
2nd floor, Nakpil wing
Present signed Adviser’s slip, signed Assessment form and Certificate of Scholarship (if any) and pay at the Cashier’s window.

Get the official receipt with student number.

The Assessment form stamped ENROLLED serves as the certificate of enrollment (COE)
9. After enrollment, present COE to:

AUDIO VISUAL STUDIO
2nd floor Nakpil wing

LIBRARY
3rd Floor

SUBJECT TEACHERS
On 1st day of classes


Get the University ID


Get Library card (prepare 1“ x 1“ colored picture)


Present COE to subject teachers and get his/her signature
Elementary
Junior High School
Senior High School
Freshmen Undergraduate
Foreign Students
Transferee or 2nd Degree Course
CTP and Graduate Students

Calendar of Activities for SY 2015-2016

First Trimester
  • JUN 15 - 20
  • JUN 22
  • AUG 24 - 29
  • SEP 28 - OCT 3
  • OCT 3
  • Sept 7
  • Sept 9 - 14
  • Enrollment Period
  • Classes Start
  • Mid Term Examinations
  • Final Examinations
  • Classes End
  • Semestral Break
Second Trimester
  • Sept 9 – 14
  • Sept 16
  • Oct 14 – 19
  • Nov 11- 16
  • Dec 16 – 21
  • Dec 21
  • Dec 21 – Jan 4, 2014
  • Enrollment Period
  • Classes Start
  • Mid Term Examinations
  • Final Examinations
  • Classes End
  • Christmas Break
Third Trimester
  • Jan 6 – 11
  • Jan 6
  • Feb 3 – 8
  • Mar 3 – 8
  • March 24 – 26
  • March 31
  • April 9
  • April 10
  • April 7 – 10
  • April 12
  • Enrollment Period
  • Classes Start
  • Preliminary Examinations
  • Mid Term Examinations
  • Final Examinations (GRADUATING)
  • Presentation of Candidates for Graduation to the Board
  • Baccalaureate Ceremonies
  • Commencement Exercises
  • Final Examinations (NON GRADUATING)
  • Classes end