Miriam College is a premier women's college in the Philippines. Founded in 1924, Miriam College offers programs at the basic, tertiary, post-graduate and adult education levels.

The institution supports specialized centers engaged in curriculum development, research, community outreach and advocacy in the fields of social development, peace education, environmental studies and women’s empowerment.

  • Address : Katipunan Avenue, Loyola Heights Quezon City 1108 Philippines

  • Email Us : info@mc.edu.ph

  • Call Us : +63 02 930-MCQC (6272)

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Higher Education


We are a leading institution of higher learning for women committed to the development of effective women leaders who are active agents of social change. We are one of the first schools nationwide to have been granted full autonomy by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). CHED’s recognition of our programs is a strong manifestation of our commitment to program and institutional quality and excellence.

Throughout our history, we have maintained our tradition of progressivism, dynamism, and academic excellence. We are recognized by our Miriam identity and spirituality as we embody and empower our community with our core values of truth, justice, peace, and integrity of creation. This guiding spirit makes us distinct and unique and these characteristics will continuously sustain and enhance the institution into the 21st century.

The Higher Education Unit is composed of 3 Colleges




College of Arts and Sciences

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College of Business, Entrepreneurship,and Accountancy

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College of Education

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We offer programs in the undergraduate and graduate levels with specializations that are designed to meet your varied interests and needs. We are known for our progressive, relevant, innovative philosophy in education.

Whatever you choose under our three colleges, you will be immersed in hands-on and diverse learning opportunities that will make you ready for independent endeavors and the working world.



Undergraduate Programs

We are committed to providing you with a well-rounded Miriam College education that blends academic competence with social awareness and involvement, and spiritual formation. Our students are exposed to a variety of activities designed to meet their varied interests and needs.

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Graduate Programs

Our graduate programs reflect the emerging trends, opportunities, and innovativeness in each respective field that they represent, and are aligned with institutional, professional, and national standards. We have forged strong linkages with local and regional industry partners to ensure that curriculum is relevant, innovative, and creative.

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Our graduates have distinguished themselves in various professions. They are educators, entrepreneurs, legislators, diplomats, accomplished businesswomen, and leaders of government and non-governmental organizations, among others. They have received awards and recognition nationally and internationally for their active involvement in various causes.


News from the Higher Education Unit

YouTuber, influencer Michelle Poler inspires students to face their fears

Miriam College (MC) opened 2018 with a talk like no other, featuring YouTuber, Fear Facer, and influencer Michelle Poler.Known for her project 100 Days Without Fear and for the social movement Hello F...

CAS faculty completes leadership course in Harvard

Dr. Francis Julius Evangelista of the College of Arts and Sciences successfully completed an intensive course on Higher Education Leadership Development at the Harvard Institutes for Higher Education ...

MC holds first President’s Challenge

In line with the school’s thrust in innovation and to celebrate the ability of students to generate big, bold ideas that lead to innovation and social impact, the first President’s Challenge was hel...

Dept. of Social Work gets 100% passing rate in Social Worker Board Exams

The Department of Social Work, under the College of Arts and Sciences, got a 100% passing rate in the July 2017 Social Worker Board Exams.

Forum held with former UN Policy Director of Governance, Peace, and Security

The Women and Gender Institute (WAGI), in partnership with the International Studies Department, Center for Peace Education, and the Center for Legislative Development, organized the forum, “Gender, ...

HEU-CMO organizes pilgrimage

The HEU Campus Ministry Office (HEU-CMO) led a group of 28 people to a pilgrimage in Tagaytay and Batangas last June 5. It was a day of prayer, bonding, and relaxation as they visited St. Augustine Ma...

State University of Malang students complete MC English Language Education Program in MC

Fifteen graduate students of the State University of Malang recently completed the English Language Education Program managed by the Language Learning Center, together with the Office of the Vice Pres...

Miriam College delegation attends Brainard’s book launch

The Department of Languages of the Higher Education Unit involves its students in experiential activities that cultivate interest and target learning outcomes such as developing an appreciation for li...

EPM faculty named Outstanding Environmental Planner of the Year

Dr. Corazon Cruz, faculty of the Department of the Environmental Planning and Management, was recently give the “Most Outstanding Professional of the Year Award in the field of Environmental Planning...

NSTP, CFA reach out to upland farmers and indigenous people

Taking advantage of the mid-year break in the Higher Education Unit (HEU), the National Service Training Program (NSTP) Department and the College Faculty Association (CFA) conducted two outreach acti...

Dept. of Psych graduate students apply lessons in KaiSummer Camp

Theory and purpose were put into practice in a recent activity organized by feminist group Baigani and participated in by the graduate students of the Department of Psychology in coordination with Luz...

Communication students named champions in DOST-FNRI short film competition

The Department of Communication team composed of fresh graduates Jerilee Salvador and Mhikuo Jecino and incoming 4th year student Kathrina Sabatin was named Champion under the Amateur Category of the ...