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) 8 930-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. You will be exposed to a variety of activities designed to meet 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

IS students conducted editorial writing and cartooning journalism workshop for FEU Roosevelt Cainta junior high school students

Carriza Juliene Arambulo and Kriz Heart Agillon, both 4th year International Studies students, were invited speakers for the Journalism Workshop in FEU Roosevelt Cainta. The two discussed editorial ...

MC IS delegates to the 2021 ASEAN Youth Students Dialogue Competition (ASOC) awarded as Honorable Mentions, Best Delegates, and Best Team

Miriam College students of the Department of International Studies received four (4) out of the six (6) awards during the 2021 ASEAN Youth Students’ Dialogue Competition held on August 22 to 23, 2021...

Welcome Message for Parents and Students SY2021-2022

As one big family, we, your family at Miriam College, have taken steps to help you (the parents) and your children (our students) cope better with the demands of a situation which seems difficult to c...

Entrepreneur Skill Pass (ESP) Certification passers

Congratulations to our Entrepreneur Skill Pass (ESP) Certification passers!

The Fruits of EE-Net in the Philippines: Addressing the Pandemic | UNESCO Bangkok

During a virtual ceremony on 23 July 2021, UNESCO recognized the innovative work and creation of a national Consortium of Entrepreneurship Education for Development, Philippines (CEED PH).


MC taking the lead to build an entrepreneurship education landscape in collaboration with 6 regional academic partners and a multi-sector supportive ecosystem

Back-to-back Hackathon win for Team MC Envi

Team Miriam College Environment a.ka. Team MC Envi, took part in two Hackathon events that aimed to address some of the pressing and urgent environmental and climate challenges the country is facing. ...

Miriam College and Seisen University: On Gender Equality, Migration, and the COVID-19 Pandemic

The Department of International Studies, together with the Department of Global Citizenship Studies of Seisen University (Tokyo), organized a two-part event on the 6th of July 2021.

What it Means to Become a Humanitarian Today

The Miriam College Department of International Studies, with the class of ISP104: International Humanitarian Issues, held a webinar titled “Humanity in Action: Stories from Humanitarians” last 5 Jun...

“The Leader as External Messenger” - IS workshop with Kara David

The graduate class on Creative and Transformative Leadership of the Department of International Studies conducted a workshop on “The Leader as External Messenger: “Bago at Nagpapabago” on May 17, 2...


SINAGTALA Project is a project initiative of the student batch 2021-2022 under the CHED COE MC CBP4EE pilot course on Social Entrepreneurship and hosted by the ETPM 123 events class. This event will v...

IS holds a workshop on “Leadership in a Complex and Changing World"

The graduate class of IS 214 Creative and Transformative Leadership of the Department of International Studies organized a workshop on “Leadership in a complex and changing world. - Saying “yes, and...

Miriam College delegation to MUNFW received Diplomatic Achievement award

The Miriam College – Department of International Studies (MCIS) delegation to the 70th Session of the Model United Nations of the Far West (MUNFW) received Diplomatic Achievement Awards for demonstra...

Event: Academy for Women Entrepreneurs

As a culminating activity for the US Embassy Talks and Miriam College collaborations for Women's Month, we invite everyone to support CBEA's very own Ms. Malou Gatchalian as she speaks on empowering w...

Communication Schools Discuss Ways to Keep Students Competitive in the ASEAN Market

Communication educators in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao are finding ways to empower students to succeed in an increasingly competitive ASEAN market. In the face of these challenges, the Miriam College...

What Makes for the Success or Failure of a Social Movement?

The Department of International Studies hosted a webinar “What Makes for the Success or Failure of a Social Movement: Perspectives and Experiences from South Africa and India” last March 9, 2021.

MC Department of Psychology succeeds in their first online celebration of Psychology Week

The MC Department of Psychology, including its faculty members, undergraduate (The Psychology Guild), and graduate students (Kapwa Psych or KaPsy) celebrated Psychology Week last March 2-5, 2021.

ASEAN: Dialogues and Sovereignty

The Transcending Regional Boundaries Across Virtual Realities lecture series was presented by Ms. Des Braceros. She is a lecturer in the Department of International Studies at Ateneo de Davao Universi...

Equipping Communication Students to Compete in the ASEAN Market

Recognized as Center of Development (COD) in Communication by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Miriam College conducted its CHED-supported project, “Jumpstarting the ASEAN Communication Com...

South Asia: Politics or Economics?

The Miriam College Department of International Studies (MC-IS) continued its virtual Lecture Series with Regional Experts titled, “Transcending Regional Boundaries Across Virtual Realities.” The Sou...