St. Paul University Quezon City (SPUQC) launches tuition installment plans with Bukas

St. Paul University Quezon City (SPUQC) launches tuition installment plans with Bukas This article was originally published on Bukas.ph on 10 September 2021. When it comes to faith and academic excellence, it’s no news that St. Paul University Quezon City (SPUQC)...

SPUQC Officials and College Faculty Benchmarked in Japan Universities

The last week of March is considered to be one of the best seasons to be in Japan because this is the time of the year when the national flower, sakura or cherry blossoms, is in full bloom. The President of St. Paul University Quezon City, Sr. Ma. Nilda Masirag, SPC,...

Educators’ Congress 2018 highlights: On Interculturality

The 29th National and 14th International SPC Educator’s Congress was held last 16-18 May 2018 at St. Paul College Pasig with the theme “Mainstreaming Interculturality in PaulinianEducation: Solidarity Begins where Individualism Ends.” In her perspective setting, Sr....

A Forum on Federalism and Power Play held at SPUQC

A forum on federalism and power play in Philippine politics was held last 26 April 2018 at the James B. Reuter Theatre of St. Paul University Quezon City with Bro. Armin Luistro, FSC, and Dr. Maria Ela Atienza of UP Diliman as resource speakers.

Nursing the Environment: SPUQC Counts the Ways

St. Paul University Quezon City has environmental stewardship as one of its strongest advocacies. It has assigned the Community Development and Advocacy Center (CDAC) to be on top of all these initiatives. Last March 2018, two NSTP classes went to Cabiokid to witness a permaculture development in Nueva Ecija. Another different group composed of SPUQC employees and students, on the other hand, went to Mount Maynoba in Tanay, Rizal to plant trees as a method for disaster mitigation.

College of Business & Technology Holds 2nd Research Symposium

In support of the University and the Center for Social Innovation and Research (CSIR) in the development of research culture among studentry, the College of Business and Technology (CBT) conducted its second Research Symposium on March 5, 2018 at the AVR2. The 2nd CBT...

What Does it Take to be the Most Outstanding Paulinian?

Natirose Aumentado from the BS Accountancy program was adjudged as one of the top 5 winners in the 2018 Search for Outstanding Paulinian Students of the Philippines. The search was held in St. Paul University Philippines last February 6-9. 2018. Now on it’s 8th year, the SOP recognizes Paulinian students from the member schools and universities of the St. Paul University System

Biology Society Spearheads Green Valentine Celebration

The Biology Society of St. Paul University Quezon City spearheaded the celebration of  Green Valentine 2018 in the University on February 12-15, 2018. Several students from various levels participated in the poster-making contest and quiz bees. Winners and prizes were given.

SPUQC Psychology Society holds Seminar on Depression

Last January 23, 2018, the Psychology Society held a seminar about the Real News on Depression. The speaker Mr. Kenneth Ross P. Javate, MD, MBA, DSBPP, shared his expertise and knowledge about the reality of depression in this generation. Depression is a common and...

BS Tourism Students Trained at World Aviation Partners

As part of their Airline Service Management Class, the third year Tourism students of SPUQC had their series of trainings with World Aviation Partners and Training Center, Inc. at Domestic Road, Pasay City last September 11, 18 and October 2 and 9  for the first batch...

SPUQC Faculty’s Diverse Researches Presented in Japan

Four college faculty and one Senior High School faculty member presented their researchers on November 18-19 at the 11th Kumamoto University Bioethics Roundtable held at the Kusunoki Hall of Kumamoto Univeristy, Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan.  The year’s theme was...

The Research Culture is Alive and Well at SPUQC

The 3rd St. Paul University System (SPUS) Research Forum was held at St. Paul University Quezon City on October 13-14, 2017 with the theme, "Global Education: SPUS Programs and Initiatives".  Thirty-one research papers from the 7-member institutions of SPUS were...

SPUQC Students Joined the International Coastal Clean-up

The International Coastal Clean-up is an annual drive done every third Saturday of September where thousands of volunteers from around the world participate in clearing the coastlines, lakes and rivers of trash.  Recording every piece of trash collected is part of the exercise. SPUQC makes it a point to be a part of this annual event.

The Disaster Preparedness and Management Orientation Seminar kept us on our Feet

  The world has been experiencing natural disasters of all sorts and with the magnitude of devastation that has been catastrophic. Recent wildfires, earthquakes, tsunami, storm surges have resulted into losses of lives and properties. Aside from needing the best...

Course on Cybersecurity gets a big push

A Course on Cybersecurity Gets a Push On August 24, 2017, the IT faculty members, led by their Program Chairperson, Ms. Marites Fontanilla, met with Mr. Alan Cabanlong, the Assistant Secretary of Cyber Security and Enabling Technologies of the Department of...

College of Business and Technology Makes the Case of Accreditation as Assurance of Quality

College of Business and Technology Prof. Dr. Adrian Carvajal and a few second year Social Entrepreneurship students Abegail Serrano, Dianne Canada and Jean Mariz Grajo presented two research papers in the Word Council for Curriculum Instruction (WCCI) Association of...

Universities in Quezon City Find a Rare Gem in SPUQC’s Holistic Approach

St. Paul University Quezon City (SPUQC) is one of the Catholic schools in Quezon City that’s committed to forming leaders through integrated, excellent education. 

What We Do

A Recognized Leader in Education

      Among the schools in Quezon City, SPUQC was granted AUTONOMOUS STATUS by CHED and Level III accreditations from PAASCU and PACUCOA.   Another mark of excellence is its ISO 9001:2015 certification by TUV Rheinland Philippines which covers the design, development, and implementation of academic and non-academic services within the university.

Engaging Academic Programs

Programs are student-centered and offer plenty of opportunities to carry out research projects in major subjects.  Safe, fun extra-curricular activities are provided by clubs & organizations.

New Specializations

 Due to great advancements provided by networked technology,  we offer new specializations that align them to the latest trends and innovations found in many cut-throat industries 

Immersive Experience

Student interactions that foster emotional intelligence have the strongest positive effects on youth leadership, analytical and problem-solving skills, and overall academic development. SPUQC makes this a priority.

We value the same things that matter to you.

So we anticipated your questions and put them on  FAQs of the Admission Page.

Academics

Basic Education

Divided into Pre-school and Grade School, our Basic Education gives each child a head start. As one of the leading private schools in Quezon City, SPUQC is considered huge in its exquisite care for its students.

High School

Our K-12 program  (with a special focus on Senior High School) ensures adequate preparation for college, and lifelong learning. SPUQC is one of the leading senior high schools in Quezon City.

College

For more than 52 years, SPUQC is one of the universities in Quezon City that delivers courses that specifically cater to the freshman’s distinctive character and professional interests.

Graduate Programs

The Institute of Graduate Studies offers Master in Business Administration and Psychology. Walking into its campus, one will initially notice the difference SPUQC makes from other Metro Manila colleges and universities.
We have 14 Undergraduate programs under Bachelor Arts and Bachelor of Science. Some have new specializations. Choose your program by clicking from the list above.

There's a place for everyone at SPUQC

No worries if you can’t afford the college tuition fee. There’s a list of short term courses that offer rewarding economic and social benefits.

Short Courses under the Center for Career Development 

Aligned with the university’s education philosophy, SPUQC introduces programs that proactively respond to the challenges, needs, and demands of a changing environment in collaboration with its strategic partners for complementation and resource sharing. One such unit is the Center for Career Development.  We offer the following short term certificate courses:

  • Food and Beverage Course
  • Massage Therapy
  • Caregiving Course
  • Cookery
  • Wellness Massage
  • Executive Assistantship

All courses in the CCD are TESDA-recognized and are subject to TESDA national certification (NC II).  The CCD coordinates with TESDA for scholarships and graduate assessment to make sure that they (graduates) are recognized for employment here and abroad.  

Admission Procedure All levels of education at SPUQC are co-educational. It used to be an exclusive school for girls.  But beginning in 2004, the Quezon City campus opened its doors to accept male students as well initially in the pre-school then to other levels thereafter. There are different set of requirements needed for each level, for the complete list, visit the Center for Admissions and Linkages. To facilitate your admission to St. Paul University Quezon City, we advise you to follow the steps indicated in the Admission process . 

In all these years, we offered programs that have responded to the needs of the times.   Many of our alumni have become prestigious in their respective careers.  We definitely like to hear from you as we prepare for this milestone.

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