A  learning community enriched by Christian values

The Philippine Christian University (PCU) is a dynamic community of learning enriched by Christian values and the many and varied perspectives, experiences and traditions of our students, faculty and staff.


Admission Requirements The Philippine Christian University (PCU) accepts students who are able to meet its academic standards and who pledge to abide by its rules and regulations.

The University guidelines and policies ensure that only those who can potentially benefit from this Christian institution are admitted.

General Provision

Admission requirements must be met within one (1) month from the first day of classes. Non-compliance with this rule may result in non-enrollment. Students enrolled at PCU are classified as: a) freshmen students; b) transfer students; c) regular and irregular students; d) degree holders; and e) special students.

College Entrance Tests (CET)

All new enrollees seeking admission to the Philippine Christian University must take the College Entrance Tests (CETs) for admission to their respective programs. The CETs are administered by the Guidance and Counseling Office.

College Entrance Test (CET) Procedures

Testing Schedule

Schedules of examination in the college level and qualifying examinations for graduate studies will be from Monday to Saturday, starting at 8:0 a.m. up to 12:00 noon and from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.

The applicants must accomplish necessary procedures before getting a schedule of the entrance exam. He or she must pay the testing fee at the cashier. The official receipt of the testing fee and one (1) 2×2 ID picture must be presented at the Guidance and Counseling Office.

Testing Fee

A testing fee is charged for the college and the graduate school levels. Agencies who request for testing will be charged for an amount that will depend on the kind of service rendered. Testing fee is subject to adjustment.

Guidelines for Admission (General Courses)

Recommended – The applicant passed at least one from the battery of tests.

For Advisement – The applicant did not pass the battery of tests. The dean decides the admission. For BSN Applicants – Passed in the Nursing aptitude test, the Interview and High School Academic Requirements.