Country Philippines
City Bacolod City
Bachelor (foreigners)1,000 USD/year.
Master (foreigners)1,000 USD/year.
Bachelor (citizens)1,000 USD/year.
Master (citizens)1,000 USD/year.
Cost of living $301-494 USD/Month.
Official Website
General information
Finance type For-profit
Organization type Private
Established 1948
Abbreviation WNC
Students 14,999
Religion None
Academic calendar Semesters
Gender limitation No limits
Campus type Urban
Library Available
• Commission on Higher Education, Philippines
International rankings
Alternative title
West Negros University (WNC) - private profit higher education institution in Philippines. WNC began its activity in 1948. The university has an urban campus in Bacolod City. West Negros University is among the best educational institutions in Philippines, that is among the top 5 universities according to the national rankings.

Application process and the cost of tuition. The academic year is traditionally divided into semesters. Studying bachelor’s at WNC is relatively inexpensive - only 1,000 USD per year. The master’s degree will cost an applicant about 1,000 USD per an academic year. When planning your education, please, consult the official website of the university

The composition of the university. West Negros University is average in terms of student capacity, teaching the maximum of 15 thousand students. Foreign applicants are not excluded from the admission process.

Infrastructure of WNC. The library is available to all of the students.
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