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.

Elementary School Admission Procedure

  1. Pre-Register through this link: http://bit.ly/JASMSMNL-REGISTER21-22
  2. Prepare requirements that will be sent by the enrollment officer to your email
  3. Apply online through the PWU Portal
  4. Proceed to the scheduled Online Interview with the Guidance Counselor.
  5. Applicants may proceed to online enrollment upon complete evaluation of submitted documents.

Junior High School Admission Procedure

  1. Pre-Register through this link: http://bit.ly/JASMSMNL-REGISTER21-22
  2. Prepare requirements that will be sent by the registrar to your email
  3. Apply online through the PWU Portal
  4. Send the recommendation form link https://bit.ly/JASMSHS_Recommendation2122 to the recommending person (former Class Adviser and Guidance Counselor).
  5. Check the applicant portal for updates regarding your application status.
  6. Applicants may proceed to online enrollment upon complete evaluation of submitted documents.

Senior High School Admission Procedure

  1. Pre-Register through this link: http://bit.ly/JASMSMNL-REGISTER21-22
  2. Prepare requirements that will be sent by the registrar to your email
  3. Apply online through the PWU Portal
  4. Send the recommendation form link https://bit.ly/JASMSHS_Recommendation2122 to the recommending person (former Class Adviser and Guidance Counselor).
  5. Check the applicant portal for updates regarding your application status.
  6. Applicants may proceed to online enrollment upon complete evaluation of submitted documents.

Freshman Undergraduate Admission Requirements

Admission Requirements

Enrollment Procedures

  1. Student applicants should fill out the Online Application Form and click Save
    Go to Online Application Form
    Click Submit after filling out the online application form.

    Note: Submit Grade 12 report card
  2. Next, you will receive an automated email verification with applicant number and password.
  3. Go to PWU Applicant Portal. Click Applicant, enter your application number and password following this format: YYYYMMDD. Example: 20210102. See the status of your application in the applicant portal within 2-3 business days. You will receive a decision letter for this.
  4. After the application has been approved, you can now proceed with online enlistment, enrollment, and payment via the PWU applicant portal. Kindly follow Online Enrollment (ERP) for reference.
    You will receive the following:
    • A temporary email address issued by the PWU ICT office.
    • Subjects to enroll from the Dean/Program Chairperson through email.
    • Schedule of classes and the assessment of fees from the Registrar’s office.
    • Schedule of the entrance exam from the Guidance and Testing Office (within the Trimester).

    Note: You are automatically added to Google Classrooms based on the approved subjects to enroll. Please use your temporary PWU email (if unpaid) or your official PWU email (upon payment) to attend your virtual/online classes.
  5. For payment options and instructions, please proceed to Online Payment
  6. After the successful bank deposit or bank transfer, please email your proof of payment to
    billing-cash@pwu.edu.ph
  7. Upon verification of payment, you will receive an email with the receipt of payment and your OFFICIAL STUDENT NUMBER from the Finance Office.
  8. You are now OFFICIALLY ENROLLED! The ICT office will then email your OFFICIAL PWU EMAIL (<student number>@pwu.edu.ph) through your temporary email address to continue accessing Google Classroom
  9. For officially enrolled students, enter the Google Classroom using your Official PWU email address. See Steps on How to access your Google Classroom.

For other concerns regarding enlistment and enrollment, please don’t hesitate to message, call, or email us through the contact information found in Contact Us

Transferee or 2nd Degree Course Admission Requirements

Admission Requirements

Enrollment Procedure

  1. Student applicants should fill out the Online Application Form and click Save
    Go to Online Application Form
    Click Submit after filling out the online application form.

    Note: Submit Grade 12 report card
  2. Next, you will receive an automated email verification with applicant number and password.
  3. Go to PWU Applicant Portal. Click Applicant, enter your application number and password following this format: YYYYMMDD. Example: 20210102. See the status of your application in the applicant portal within 2-3 business days. You will receive a decision letter for this.
  4. After the application has been approved, you can now proceed with online enlistment, enrollment, and payment via the PWU applicant portal. Kindly follow Online Enrollment (ERP) for reference.
    You will receive the following:
    • A temporary email address issued by the PWU ICT office.
    • Subjects to enroll from the Dean/Program Chairperson through email.
    • Schedule of classes and the assessment of fees from the Registrar’s office.
    • Schedule of the entrance exam from the Guidance and Testing Office (within the Trimester).

    Note: You are automatically added to Google Classrooms based on the approved subjects to enroll. Please use your temporary PWU email (if unpaid) or your official PWU email (upon payment) to attend your virtual/online classes.
  5. For payment options and instructions, please proceed to Online Payment
  6. After the successful bank deposit or bank transfer, please email your proof of payment to
    billing-cash@pwu.edu.ph
  7. Upon verification of payment, you will receive an email with the receipt of payment and your OFFICIAL STUDENT NUMBER from the Finance Office.
  8. You are now OFFICIALLY ENROLLED! The ICT office will then email your OFFICIAL PWU EMAIL (<student number>@pwu.edu.ph) through your temporary email address to continue accessing Google Classroom
  9. For officially enrolled students, enter the Google Classroom using your Official PWU email address. See Steps on How to access your Google Classroom.

For other concerns regarding enlistment and enrollment, please don’t hesitate to message, call, or email us through the contact information found in Contact Us

CTP and Graduate Students Admission Requirements

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)
  • Four (4) colored 1” x 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: ₱350.00 for CTP; ₱500.00 for Graduate Courses
  • Video Audition for student taking up Music course:
  • For student/s taking up Master in Fine Arts and Design (MFAD), please download the
    Course Checklist, fill in and send it to sfadgrad@pwu.edu.ph



Enrollment Procedure

  1. Student applicants should fill out the Online Application Form and click Save
    Go to Online Application Form
    Click Submit after filling out the online application form.

    Note: Submit Transcript of Records
  2. Next, you will receive an automated email verification with applicant number and password.
  3. Go to PWU Applicant Portal. Click Applicant, enter your application number and password following this format: YYYYMMDD. Example: 20210102. See the status of your application in the applicant portal within 2-3 business days. You will receive a decision letter for this.
  4. After the application has been approved, you can now proceed with online enlistment, enrollment, and payment via the PWU applicant portal. Kindly follow Online Enrollment (ERP) for reference.
    You will receive the following:
    • A temporary email address issued by the PWU ICT office.
    • Subjects to enroll from the Dean/Program Chairperson through email.
    • Schedule of classes and the assessment of fees from the Registrar’s office.
    • Schedule of the entrance exam from the Guidance and Testing Office (within the Trimester).

    Note: You are automatically added to Google Classrooms based on the approved subjects to enroll. Please use your temporary PWU email (if unpaid) or your official PWU email (upon payment) to attend your virtual/online classes.
  5. For payment options and instructions, please proceed to Online Payment
  6. After the successful bank deposit or bank transfer, please email your proof of payment to
    billing-cash@pwu.edu.ph
  7. Upon verification of payment, you will receive an email with the receipt of payment and your OFFICIAL STUDENT NUMBER from the Finance Office.
  8. You are now OFFICIALLY ENROLLED! The ICT office will then email your OFFICIAL PWU EMAIL (<student number>@pwu.edu.ph) through your temporary email address to continue accessing Google Classroom
  9. For officially enrolled students, enter the Google Classroom using your Official PWU email address. See Steps on How to access your Google Classroom.

For other concerns regarding enlistment and enrollment, please don’t hesitate to message, call, or email us through the contact information found in Contact Us

Foreign Student Admission

Apply Online Here

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 (Two (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

Application Disclosure

Philippine Women’s University aims to provide educational opportunities for diversely gifted learners including applicants with Special Learning Needs (SLN).


Please download and accomplish the Application Disclosure Form and send it to admisisons@pwu.edu.ph

Art Test for incoming Freshmen and Transferee students taking up Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) or Bachelor of Science in Interior Design (BSID)

  1. Download Art Test Form of your respective course:
    Fill in and send it back to info.sfad@pwu.edu.ph the soonest.
  2. BFA Coordinator will schedule the interview and online drawing test through Google Meet.
  3. Prepare drawing materials and references assigned by the coordinator.
  4. During the drawing test, the camera angle should show the enrollee’s work in progress.
  5. The enrollee will send the scanned copy of the drawings.
  6. BFA Coordinator will evaluate the drawings and will inform the enrollee of the result the soonest.

BM Music Education Video Audition Requirements

  • A video of a vocal performance of any song in any genre OR a music instrument performance of a piece in any genre.

Musicianship Placement Test

All applicants will take a theory and musicianship placement test so they can be guided accordingly in their course of study. This is a diagnostic test and not a pass or fail test.


Contact the Dean at ecljimenez@pwu.edu.ph so you can be guided on the appropriate music course for you.

BM Popular Music Video Audition Requirements

  • A video of a vocal performance of any song in any genre OR a music instrument performance of a piece in any genre.

Musicianship Placement Test

All applicants will take a theory and musicianship placement test so they can be guided accordingly in their course of study. This is a diagnostic test and not a pass or fail test.


Contact the Dean at ecljimenez@pwu.edu.ph so you can be guided on the appropriate music course for you.

Music Performance Video Audition Requirements

  • Major in Guitar:
    • Fernando Sor, Études 6-20 (choose 1)
    • A guitar piece by any of the following composers: Enrique Granados, Isaac Albéniz, Agustín Barrios, Mauro Giuliani, Heitor Villa-Lobos
    • Any Filipino piece for the guitar
  • Major in Piano:
    • Any étude from any of the following: Czerny Op. 740, Moskowski, or equivalent
    • One piece from Back Two-Part of Three-Part Inventions
    • One Bach Prelude and Fugue
    • Mozart or Beethoven Sonata – 1st movement
    • One 19th c. Romantic piece: examples – Chopin waltzes, Schubert impromptus, pieces by Schumann, Liszt, Brahms
    • One 20th c. piece: examples – Debussy, Ravel, Bartók Mikrokosmos Book 5
  • Major in Violin:
    • Scales and Arpeggios: two or three octaves
    • One étude from either Kayser or Kreutzer
    • One movement of a Baroque concerto (Vivaldi, J.S. Bach, Accolay) OR one movement from a Baroque sonata (Corelli, Handel, Tartini)
  • Major in Voice:
    • One song from the “Anthology of Italian Songs of the 17th and 18th centuries, Book 1”
    • One song from the “New Anthology of American Song” or its equivalent
    • One kundiman of any of the following composers: (Abelardo, Santiago, Cuenco, San Pedro, F. De Leon)
  • For other majors (Cello, Clarinet, Flute, Saxophone, Percussion)
    • A 15-minute repertoire consisting of the following: scale (1 octave) (except for percussion), one exercise/study, 2 pieces

Musicianship Placement Test

All applicants will take a theory and musicianship placement test so they can be guided accordingly in their course of study. This is a diagnostic test and not a pass or fail test.


Contact the Dean at ecljimenez@pwu.edu.ph so you can be guided on the appropriate music course for you.

MM Music Education Video Audition Requirements

  • Emphasis in Music Performance (piano, voice)
    • A video performance of a 30-minute repertoire of works from at least 3 different musical periods and/or styles.
  • Emphasis in Choral Conducting
    • A 30-minute video of a choral performance with the applicant conducting
    • Score reading

Submission Guidelines

  • Videos should be in mp4 file (preferably less than 200kb)
  • Email all requirements (videos, documents) to ecljimenez@pwu.edu.ph. If video file is too large, please share via Google Drive.
  • Email subject heading should be in the following format:
    “LAST NAME.PROGRAM” (example: GAMBOA.MA MUSIC EDUCATION.

Contact the Dean at ecljimenez@pwu.edu.ph so you can be guided on the appropriate music course for you.

MM Piano Pedagogy Video Audition Requirements

  • A video performance of a 20-minute repertoire of works from at least 3 different musical periods and/or styles.

Submission Guidelines

  • Videos should be in mp4 file (preferably less than 200kb)
  • Email all requirements (videos, documents) to ecljimenez@pwu.edu.ph. If video file is too large, please share via Google Drive.
  • Email subject heading should be in the following format:
    “LAST NAME.PROGRAM” (example: GAMBOA.MA MUSIC EDUCATION.

Contact the Dean at ecljimenez@pwu.edu.ph so you can be guided on the appropriate music course for you.

MM Music Performance (Major in Cello, Clarinet, Piano, Violin, Voice) Video Audition Requirements

  • A video performance of a 45-minute repertoire of works from at least 3 different musical periods and/or styles.

Submission Guidelines

  • Videos should be in mp4 file (preferably less than 200kb)
  • Email all requirements (videos, documents) to ecljimenez@pwu.edu.ph. If video file is too large, please share via Google Drive.
  • Email subject heading should be in the following format:
    “LAST NAME.PROGRAM” (example: GAMBOA.MA MUSIC EDUCATION.

Contact the Dean at ecljimenez@pwu.edu.ph so you can be guided on the appropriate music course for you.

Ph.D. in Music, major in Music Performance

  • An MM degree or its equivalent in any major of applied music.
  • Video recording of any of the following past performances: 2 solo recitals OR 2 major performances where the applicant is a soloist OR a combination both (recording of a solo recital and a recording of a major performance).

Submission Guidelines

  • Videos should be in mp4 file (preferably less than 200kb)
  • Email all requirements (videos, documents) to ecljimenez@pwu.edu.ph. If video file is too large, please share via Google Drive.
  • Email subject heading should be in the following format:
    “LAST NAME.PROGRAM” (example: GAMBOA.MA MUSIC EDUCATION).

Contact the Dean at ecljimenez@pwu.edu.ph so you can be guided on the appropriate music course for you.

Telephone (Direct): +63(2) 8465-1777
Telephone (Trunkline): +63(2) 211/265 to 269
Mobile Numbers: +63 956 889 8488 [Globe]
   +63 928 399 5341 [Smart]
Email: admissions@pwu.edu.ph

Collegiate Calendar


Academic Year (AY) 2022-2023

DATE ACTIVITY
First Trimester
JUL 1-30, 2022 Enrollment Period
AUG 1, 2022 Classes Start
AUG 30 – SEP 3, 2022 Preliminary Examinations
SEP 26 – OCT 1, 2022 Midterm Examinations
OCT 24-29, 2022 Final Examinations
OCT 29, 2022 Classes End