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PRIVATE UNIVERSITY

Arellano University (Malabon)  

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Gov. W. Pascual Avenue, Malabon City

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PRIVATE UNIVERSITY

Arellano University (Malabon)  

Gov. W. Pascual Avenue, Malabon City

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Tuition Fee

PHP 50,000 to PHP 60,000

Cost Calculation

PHP 185,500 with null Year

ROI Calculator

1 Year Return, 1M Savings in 4 Years

Programs

40 Courses Available

21 College

6 Graduate School

6 Senior High School

1 Short Courses & Certifications

6 Technical-Vocational

Term Structure

Semestral

Arellano University (AU) is a private university founded in 1938 by Florentino Cayco, Sr., Philippines’ first Public Instruction Undersecretary. It was then known as the Arellano Law College, named after the first Filipino Chief Justice Cayetano Arellano. AU has seven campuses under its system: Arellano University Legarda Campus (Main)Juan Sumulong CampusJose Abad Santos Campus, (AU School of Law) Apolinario Mabini CampusAndres Bonifacio CampusPlaridel Campus, Elisa Esguerra campus.

The Malabon Campus or the Elisa Esguerra Campus, offers undergraduate programs in Hotel and Restaurant Management, Tourism, Education, Accounting Technology, Computer Science, Business Administration, Political Science, Psychology, English, Criminology, and Midwifery. It also offers the Academic, Sports, Tech-Voc, and Arts and Design tracks for senior high school. 

AU has established its name by providing its students fundamental education throughout the years. 


Source: https://arellano.edu.ph/elisa-esguerra-campus/welcome-elisa-esguerra-campus-arellano-university-malabon-city

PROGRAMS OFFERED

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Short Courses & Certifications

Short Courses & Certifications

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REQUIREMENTS & PROCEDURE

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Admission Requirements - Undergraduate

Requirement

Freshmen
  1. Form 138
  2. Certificate of good moral character (issued by the high school principal, head of the school last attended or a barangay official in the community where the student resides)
  3. Certificate of eligibility for admission to college from the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) in cases where the student-applicant cannot reasonably secure his/her school credentials for reasons beyond his/her control, such as:
  • Closure of the school last attended and
  • Damage of documents due to fire or natural calamities.

Transfer Students

Transfer credentials from the school last attended, such as the following documents:
  1. Honorable dismissal
  2. Transcript of Records or Certification of Subjects Taken duly issued by the school last attended
  3. Certificate of good moral character

Sophomore, Junior, Senior and Higher Level Students

Before a student of the University gets promoted to the next academic level, he or she must satisfactorily comply with the requirements of the curriculum for the previous year level. This entails completion of the prescribed subjects in the previous year level, such as those in Level 1, prior to promotion to Level 2; satisfactory completion of Level 2 requirements before getting promoted to Level 3, and so on.


Foreign Students
  • Authenticated Transcript of Records
  • Two (2) photocopies each of the student's Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR) and Certificate of Residence for Temporary Students (CRTS)
  • Two (2) photocopies of Student's Visa
  • Two (2) copies of I.D. pictures, size 1.5" x 1.5"
  • Other requirements that the University may deem necessary

Cross Enrollees

Cross enrollees (students of other schools seeking admission to the University after the first term in any given school year) must submit a permit to cross-enroll from the school of origin, stating therein the subjects to be taken and reason for cross enrolment.

Trainees and Seminar Participants

Trainees and seminar participants should comply with the requirements specified in the agreement, contract, or similar instrument of authorization regarding their training in any unit of the University or participation in any seminar conducted at the University.


Source: https://www.arellano.edu.ph/students/academic-policies/admission-requirements
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Gov. W. Pascual Avenue, Malabon City

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