Arellano University

Arellano University is located in Manila, National Capital Region, Philippines. The university was established in 1938. It is accredited by Commission on Higher Education, Philippines.

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University Name Arellano University
Year Established 1938
Motto For God and Country
Colors Blue and maroon


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Address 2600 Legarda Street, Sampaloc, Manila, National Capital Region, Philippines
Phone +63 (2) 734 7371
Fax +63 (2) 736 9450
Website Arellano University Website
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Bachelor's Degrees Master's Degrees Doctorate Degrees Diplomas
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