University of Northern Philippines

The University of Northern Philippines (UNP) is a state university located in Barangay Tamag, in the City of Vigan in the province of Ilocos Sur, Philippines. It is the first and oldest state university in Northern Luzon, tracing its roots to 1906, which is older than the University of the Philippines by two years. It is the only State University in the province, but one of three state-owned educational institutions of higher learning operating in Ilocos Sur, one being the Ilocos Sur Polytechnic State College; and the other being the Northern Luzon Polytechnic State College, a former branch of the university.

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