College Program

College of Public Administration

The Bachelor in Public Administration program was offered in the Universidad De Manila at the time this institution was established in 1987 and has long been merged before with the different Colleges, such as College of Criminology, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business and Public Administration and later College of Accountancy and Public Administration. It became independent only through Administrative Order No. 003, Series of 2013, on August 16, 2013 creating the College of Public Administration.


In line with the University’s vision and mission, the College of Public Administration envisions itself to be the leading center for academic and service excellence in the field of public management and governance and responsive to the needs of the local government units.


In pursuit of our vision, we commit ourselves to produce competitive professionals, dynamic leaders, socially responsible and reliable citizens through a well-developed curricular programs that will contribute to the efficient and effective delivery of services to the City’s constituents.

Guided by the College’s Vision and Mission, we commit ourselves to:

  • Perpetually improve academic and non-academic curricular programs responsive to the changing demands of the private and public sectors.
  • Instill in every student value ethics, academic excellence, professionalism and social responsibility as individual.
  • Enhance faculty professional competencies, work and value ethics through continuous faculty development programs that will contribute to the efficient and effective delivery of instructions in the college
  • Engage in continuous research and other work-related research activities for the development of the required research skills and capabilities of the faculty and students.

Contact Info

One Mehan Gardens
Manila, Philippines 1000

336-65-82; 336-89-56; 336-89-66

Mon – Fri 9:00A.M. – 5:00P.M.

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Universidad De Manila is one of the two locally funded higher-education institutions of Manila offering free college education to the city’s under-privileged students.