La Concordia College (or Colegio de la Inmaculada Concepcion de la Concordia) is a private Catholic institution in Pedro Gil, Paco, Manila founded by Doña Margarita Roxas de Ayala in 1868. With the vision of providing education for the poor and deserving young girls, she converted her more than 3-hectare villa, the La Concordia Estate in Paco, Manila into a school offering lessons in religion, good manners, reading and writing, simple arithmetic, culture, and arts like sewing, embroidery, cooking, needlecraft, and household work using Spanish as its medium of instruction.
La Concordia College offers programs in the basic education and higher education department. It offers undergraduate programs in Business Administration, Elementary Education, Secondary Education, and Social Work. It also has a master’s degree course in Nursing as well as Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) accredited short courses in Bookkeeping, Events Management, Commercial Cooking, Tourism Promotions Services, and Computer Hardware Servicing.