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University of Perpetual Help System JONELTA – Manila Campus

University of Perpetual Help System JONELTA - Manila Campus
Motto Character Building is Nation Building
Established 1968
Type Private
President Col. Antonio L. Tamayo, FPCHA,PhD
Students over 4,000
Location Manila, NCR, Philippines
Campus Urban
Hymn Perpetual Help Hymn
Website http://uphsl.edu.ph/

Perpetual Help College of Manila, (PHCP) or simply Perpetual Manila established in 1968 with Nursing as key course offering . PHCP is the very first campus established by the University of Perpetual Help System.

Recent history

Aside from the Nursing course, PHCM also offers Hotel and Restaurant Management courses. Other course offerings include, Mass Communication, Business Administration, Occupational Therapy, Respiratory Therapy and Business High School.

PHCM is now constructing a new building along Alfredo Street, Sampaloc, Manila.

Education

PHCM’s College of Nursing, under the command of its primary navigators, chief operating officer Manuel Tamayo and dean Melinda Gablan, was the first academic course offered by the institution.

References

  • Perpetual Help College of Manila

External links

  • The OFFICIAL Website of UPHSL


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