Philippine Christian University (PCU) is a private co-educational Christian university located along Taft Avenue, Manila. Established in 1946, it was formerly known as the Manila Union University and later on the Philippine Christian College (PCC) up until 1976, when was elevated to its university status. To date, the university has two other campuses: PCU Mary Johnston College of Nursing (Tondo) and PCU Dasmariñas (Cavite).
Philippine Christian University offers both basic (preschool to senior high school) and higher education along with programs for professional advancements, such as the Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP), the Accelerated Learning Program, Continuing Education for OFW Professionals, and Licensure Examination Reviews. PCU has also done extensive research and development focused on social issues.
The undergraduate level is divided into 8 colleges, namely the College of Arts, Sciences, and Social Work, the College of Business Administration and Accountancy, the College of Education and Applied Programs, the College of Engineering and Information Technology, College of Tourism and Hospitality Studies, the College of Nursing and Allied Health, the College of Religious Studies, and the College of Law (LLB).