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The Ateneo de Manila University
Ateneo de Manila University
(Filipino: Pamantasang Ateneo de Manila; Spanish: Universidad Ateneo de Manila) is a private research university in Quezon City, Philippines. Founded in 1859 by the Society of Jesus, the Ateneo is the third-oldest university in the Philippines. Ateneo offers elementary and secondary education exclusively to male students (and has recently opened the Senior High School to girls). The undergraduate and graduate programmes are coeducational and organized into four schools, collectively known as the Loyola Schools, which are located at its main campus at Loyola Heights. Four professional schools occupy campuses in different parts of Metro Manila. Ateneo undergraduates follow a Catholic-rooted liberal arts curriculum throughout their programs in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Science and Engineering, or Business
Business
Management. The Commission on Higher Education has recognized its units in biology, physics, chemistry, mathematics, information technology, entrepreneurship education, English literature, philosophy, sociology, psychology, and business administration as Centers of Excellence while the communication, electronics engineering, environmental science, history, Filipino literature, and political science units have been declared Centers of Development. The Loyola Heights campus also hosts two chemistry research centers: Philippine Institute of Pure and Applied Chemistry (PIPAC) and National Chemistry
Chemistry
Instrumentation Center (NCIC).

Contents

1 Academics

1.1 Programmes 1.2 Professional Schools 1.3 Loyola Schools 1.4 Basic Education 1.5 Loyola School of Theology
Theology
(federated)

2 Research

2.1 Research centres and auxiliary units 2.2 Journals

3 Networks and external partnerships

3.1 Social initiatives 3.2 International exchange

4 Campuses

4.1 Loyola Heights 4.2 Rockwell Centre 4.3 Salcedo Village 4.4 Ortigas Center

5 Library system

5.1 Ateneo Art
Art
Gallery 5.2 University Archives

6 Administration & accreditation 7 Student organisations 8 Notable people 9 References

9.1 Further reading

Academics[edit] Programmes[edit] The Ateneo offers programmes at the elementary, secondary, undergraduate, and graduate levels. Its academic offerings include the arts, humanities, business, law, the social sciences, philosophy, theology, medicine and public health, biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, computer science, engineering, environmental science, diplomacy, and government, with forty-eight Bachelor of Arts (AB), Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science
(BS), and Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degrees at the undergraduate level. At the postgraduate level there are forty-four Master of Arts (MA) and Master of Science
Master of Science
(MS) degrees, six Master of Business
Business
Administration (MBA) programmes, two Master of Laws concentrations, one Master of Public Management
Master of Public Management
(MPM) degree, two professional Doctor of Medicine
Medicine
(MD) and Juris Doctor
Juris Doctor
(JD) programmes, and twelve Doctor of Philosophy
Philosophy
degrees. As is common in the Philippines, the primary medium of instruction is English, with a few classes taught in Filipino. Aside from teaching and research, the Ateneo de Manila also engages in social outreach. Known for its liberal arts tradition, the humanities are a key feature of Ateneo education at all levels of study. In 2015, QS Top Universities placed the university's undergraduate programmes 461st in the world and 114th in Asia.[1] Professional Schools[edit] The Ateneo Professional Schools (APS) is the main professional education division of Ateneo de Manila, and comprises the following four schools. The Ateneo Graduate School of Business
Business
offers a variety of Master of Business
Business
Administration concentrations, including a Master in Health Services Administration. The Ateneo Law
Law
School confers the Juris Doctor
Juris Doctor
(JD) and Master of Laws
Master of Laws
(LL.M.) degrees. The Ateneo School of Medicine
Medicine
and Public Health, opened in 2007, offers an integrated Doctor of Medicine
Medicine
and Master of Business
Business
Administration programme.[2] The Ateneo School of Government
Government
confers the Master in Public Management and Ph.D. in Leadership Studies degrees. The professional schools also confer certificates for short courses.[3]

Ateneo Law
Law
School Ateneo School of Government Ateneo School of Medicine
Medicine
and Public Health Ateneo Graduate School of Business
Business
(including the Center for Continuing Education and the Institute of Banking)

Loyola Schools[edit] Main article: Loyola Schools

Xavier Hall, administration

Loyola Schools
Loyola Schools
offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in the arts and sciences. It confers the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Arts, Master of Science, and Doctor of Philosophy
Philosophy
degrees. It is composed of four schools, the School of Humanities, the John Gokongwei School of Management, the School of Science and Engineering, and the School of Social Sciences. A key feature of the Loyola Schools
Loyola Schools
is a liberal arts undergraduate core curriculum, required for all undergraduates. It includes philosophy, English and Filipino literature, theology, history, various branches of social sciences, and a community service component. Ateneo follows the semester hour system common in American universities. Most classes are held below 40 students and student discussion is encouraged. The Loyola Schools' programs are geared toward student-centreedness.[4][5] The Ateneo was one of the first schools in the Philippines
Philippines
to enact a Magna Carta
Magna Carta
for Undergraduates.[4][6] The Commission on Higher Education has designated several departments and programmes of the Loyola Schools
Loyola Schools
as centres of excellence (COEs) and Centers of Development (CODs).[7][8] Ateneo has Centers of Excellence in: Business
Business
Administration, Chemistry,[9] English, Entrepreneurship, Information Technology, Literature, Mathematics, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology
Psychology
and Sociology. It has Centers of Development in Biology, Environmental Science
Environmental Science
and Filipino.

John Gokongwei School of Management School of Humanities School of Science and Engineering School of Social Sciences

Department of Finance and Accounting Department of Leadership and Strategy Department of Marketing
Marketing
and Law Department of Quantitative Methods and Information Technology

Department of English Kagawaran ng Filipino Department of Philosophy Department of Theology Department of Modern Languages Department of Interdisciplinary Studies Department of Fine Arts

Department of Biology Department of Chemistry Department of Electronics, Computer and Communications Engineering Department of Environmental Science Health Sciences Program Department of Information Systems and Computer Science Department of Mathematics Department of Physics

Department of Political Science Department of Sociology
Sociology
and Anthropology Department of History Department of Economics Department of Psychology Department of Education Department of Communication European Studies Program Chinese Studies Program Japanese Studies Program Development Studies Program

Basic Education[edit]

Chapel of the Holy Guardian Angels in the Grade School, looking up the aisle

The Ateneo de Manila Senior High School ("ASHS") is a Catholic
Catholic
senior high school for both male and female students. The high school was originally male-only but due to the K-12 program, the Ateneo opened its doors to female students.[10] It includes the original 3rd year and 4th year level (now called 'grade 11' and 'grade 12' respectively) of the old Ateneo High School curriculum. In terms of curriculum options, the ASHS offers all four strands of the K-12 program's Academic Track: 1.) the Accountancy, Business, and Management (ABM) Strand; 2.) the General Academic (GA) Strand; 3.) the Humanities
Humanities
and Social Sciences (HumSS) Strand; and 4.) the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Management (STEM) Strand.[11] The ASHS currently occupies the new senior high school building topped off in 2016.[12] Mrs. Carmela "Mel" Oracion, EdD served as the first principal of the Ateneo Senior High School. She served as principal for SY 2016 - 2017 and SY 2017 - 2018. She is to be replaced by Mrs. Maria Victoria "Bitchik" Panlilio-Dimalanta as principal for SY 2018 - 2019.[1] The Ateneo de Manila Junior High School ("AJHS"), originally called 'Ateneo High School,' was established to comply with the country's K-12 education system. It includes the former grades 6 and 7 (now renamed grade 7 and 8 respectively) of the old Ateneo Grade School curriculum and the original 1st year and 2nd year level (now called 'grade 9' and 'grade 10' respectively) of the old Ateneo High School curriculum. It currently occupies the old Ateneo High School campus.[13] The AJHS follows the 'cluster system' (or 'house system' in English parlance). The AJHS is divided according to the following four clusters: 1.) the Cardoner Cluster [consisting of four grade 7 sections, four grade 8 sections, four grade 9 sections, and four grade 10 sections]; 2.) the La Storta Cluster [consisting of four grade 7 sections, four grade 8 sections, four grade 9 sections, and four grade 10 sections]; 3.) the Montserrat Cluster [consisting of three grade 7 sections, four grade 8 sections, four grade 9 sections, and three grade 10 sections]; and the Pamplona Cluster [consisting of three grade 7 sections, three grade 8 sections, three grade 9 sections, and three grade 10 sections]. The clusters are named after special places in St. Ignatius's life. Each cluster has dedicated class moderators, subject teachers, guidance counselors, immersion coordinators, and staff to cater to the specific needs of the students. The cluster is led by a Cluster Coordinator who serves as a mini-principal to the cluster and organizes a variety of activities such as the Cluster Advancement Program (CLAP) along other programs.[14] AJHS offers the following subjects as part of its curriculum: Araling Panlipunan, Arts, Christian Living Education, Computer Education, English, Filipino, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education, and Science. English, Filipino, Mathematics, and Science offers a regular program and an honors program. Students who choose to pursue the honors program are pulled out from their sections and are put in a separate class with a more advanced program.[13] The AJHS student body is governed by the Sanggunian ng mga Mag-aaral ng Nakababatang Mataas na Paaralang Ateneo de Manila (Sanggu-JHS). The Sanggu-JHS is led by a chairman, alongside three vice-chairs who supervises each branch of the Sanggu-JHS. These branches include the following: the Assembly of Class Officers or the ACO (which involves the governance of all class officers in each section and batch), the Council of Student Organizations or the CSO (which involves the governance of all officers in each org and 'groups of orgs' known as villages), and the Athletics Council or the AthC (which involves the governance of all varsity officers and 'groups of varsities' known as blocs). The chairman and the other three vice-chairs are aided by a Sanggu-JHS Secretary-General and a Finance Officer.[13] The AJHS campus has one library, the Instructional Technology Center, the Tanghalang Onofre Pagsanghan (Dulaang Sibol), and a large athletics complex with one of the largest school-based covered courts facilities in the country.[15] In 2003 the high school opened a Center for Math, Science and Technology (commonly known as "MST") containing science and computer labs, classrooms for the special math and science classes (Honors Math and Science, Sections X and S), and a faculty room.[15] The AJHS's religious formation programme includes a Christian Service and Involvement Program (CSIP) with the Dungaw-Exposure Trip for freshmen, a Damá-Christian Service Program for sophomores, the Damay Immersion and Gawad Kalinga
Gawad Kalinga
Programs for juniors, and Tulong Dunong programme for seniors, besides recollections and retreats. It also was the birthplace of the retreat program, Days With the Lord.[16] Carmela C. Oracion, EdD served as the first principal of the Ateneo Junior High School. She served as officer-in-charge of the transition AJHS from SY 2013 - 2014 and SY 2014 - 2015; she then became its first full-fledged principal from SY 2015 - 2016 until SY 2017 - 2018. She is to be replaced by Mr Jose Antonio "Jonny" Salvador as principal for SY 2018 - 2019.[2] The Ateneo de Manila Grade School[17] is an elementary school for boys with a population of around 4,000 students before 2014, when it dropped the Prep level and kept grades First through Sixth, while contemplating adding kindergarten. The Ateneo Grade School is one of the first elementary schools in the Philippines
Philippines
to adopt the Singapore maths curriculum.[citation needed]

Ateneo de Manila Grade School Image Gallery

''Inside

University Seal on an inner gate

Henry Lee Irwin Theatre (part of the College but beside and used by the Grade School)

Theatre façade

Inner driveway

Entrance

Waiting shade entrance and marquee

Waiting shed

The steel gates

Outer hallway of Cafteria towards swimming pool and classrooms

Cafeteria interior

Swimming pool

Administration Building

Towards Main Entrance

Heritage Room

2008 Marker, Heritage Room

Interior of Heritage Room

Reception area and guard post at the Main Entrance

First Grade playground

Exterior of the Chapel of the Holy Guardian Angels

Chapel façade from across Main Quadrangle

Angels guarding the chapel's central doors

Interior of the chapel

Chapel nave

Interior of stained glass and main doors at the (liturgical) west end

Image of the Immaculate Concepcion, patroness of the university, enshrined in the chapel

2008 Marker: Fernando Quiroga y Palacios dedicated the chapel on 8 December 1954

Down the Main Quadrangle

St. Ignatius of Loyola
St. Ignatius of Loyola
monument

St. Ignatius monument plaque

Mariano R. Singson, Jr. Hall (also known by its former name, the Auditorium)

Door of Mariano R. singson, Jr. Hall

Plaque of the Mariano R. Singson, Jr. Hall

Loyola School of Theology
Theology
(federated)[edit] The Loyola School of Theology
Theology
is a Jesuit
Jesuit
school of theology and pastoral studies, run separately from but federated with Ateneo de Manila University. It offers baccalaureate, licentiate, and doctoral ecclesiastical degrees in theology, as well as postgraduate degrees in theological studies, theology, and pastoral ministry from Ateneo de Manila University. It also supports the theology and religious education postgraduate programmes of Ateneo Loyola Schools' Department of Theology.[18] Research[edit] Some of Ateneo de Manila's most active research hubs work in the fields of disaster risk, prevention and management; public education; migration; and governance. The university houses several research centres, and has many links with industry partners, government agencies and research networks. Some research centres, called auxiliary units, are established by the university board of trustees, others are organized by individual schools or departments. Research centres and auxiliary units[edit]

Ateneo Centre for Asian Studies Ateneo Centre for Economic Research and Development Ateneo Centre for Educational Development Ateneo Centre for English Language Teaching Ateneo Centre for Organisation Research and Development Ateneo Centre for Psychological and Educational Assessment Ateneo Centre for Social Entrepreneurship Ateneo Centre for Social Policy and Public Affairs Ateneo Family Business
Business
Development Center Ateneo Innovation Centre Ateneo Institute of Literary Arts and Practices Ateneo Java Wireless Competency Centre Ateneo Language Learning Centre Ateneo Macroeconomic Research Unit Ateneo-PLDT Advanced Network Testbed Ateneo Research Network for Development Ateneo Teacher Center Ateneo de Manila University
Ateneo de Manila University
Press Ateneo Wellness Center

Centre for Communication Research and Technology Centre for Community Services Eugenio Lopez Jr. Center for Multimedia Communication Gaston Z. Ortigas Peace Institute Governor José B. Fernandez Ethics Centre for Business
Business
and Public Service Institute of Philippine Culture Institute of Social Order Institute for Church and Social Issues John Gokongwei School of Management Business
Business
Accelerator (SOMBA) John Gokongwei School of Management Business
Business
Resource Centre Konrad Adenauer Asian Centre for Journalism (ACFJ) Manila Observatory National Chemistry
Chemistry
Instrumentation Centre Ninoy and Cory Aquino Centre for Leadership Pathways to Higher Education-Philippines Philippines-Australia Studies Network Philippine Institute of Pure and Applied Chemistry Ricardo Leong Centre for Chinese Studies

Journals[edit] Ateneo publishes the following scholarly journals: Kritika Kultura, Asian Perspectives in the Arts and Humanities, Budhi, Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints, The Journal of Management for Global Sustainability, Landas, and Social Transformations: Journal of the Global South. Networks and external partnerships[edit] The Ateneo de Manila University
Ateneo de Manila University
is part of the following networks and academic consortia:[19] International

ASEAN University Network
ASEAN University Network
(AUN) Association of Christian Universities and Colleges in Asia (ACUCA) Asia Europe Foundation (ASEF) Association of Southeast and East Asian Catholic
Catholic
Colleges and Universities (ASEACCU) Association of Universities of Asia and the Pacific (AUAP) European Studies Consortium Forum for East Asia- Latin
Latin
America Cooperation (FEALAC) Hong Kong Baptist David C. Lam Institute for East-West Studies (HKBU-LEWI) Hong Kong Baptist University-Wing Lung Bank International Institute for Business
Business
Development (HKBU-IIBD) International Association of Universities (IAU) International Federation of Catholic
Catholic
Universities (IFCU) Philippine Scholarship Award for Canadian Students (PSACS) University for Peace
University for Peace
(UPEACE) University Mobility in Asian and the Pacific-Commission on Higher Education (UMAP-CHED)

Local

Association of Catholic
Catholic
Universities in the Philippines
Philippines
(ACUP) Catholic
Catholic
Educational Association of the Philippines
Philippines
(CEAP) Philippine Academic Consortium for Latin
Latin
American Studies (PACLAS) Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges, and Universities (PAASCU) Philippine Association of Law
Law
Schools (PALS)[20]

Social initiatives[edit]

The Church of the Gesù

The Ateneo has grounded its vision and mission in the Jesuit educational tradition which engages with the world at large, leading the university to be involved in civic activities. Social involvement is a key part of Ateneo education, integrated into the curricula of practically all university programmes.[21] Social entrepreneurship
Social entrepreneurship
is also integrated into many of its academic programmes.[22] The Ateneo's social projects include the Ateneo-Mangyan Project for Understanding and Development (AMPUD) and Bigay Puso in grade school and the Christian Service and Involvement Program, Damay Immersion, and Tulong Dunong programme for senior students in high school. In college, social development is fostered by programmes of the Office of Social Concern and Involvement, including house-builds with Gawad Kalinga, and the Ateneeo Labor Trials Program tied into junior Philosophy
Philosophy
classes. Student organizations and offices of the Loyola Schools also operate their own social involvement programmes.[21] At the Ateneo Professional Schools, programmes and units like the Graduate School of Business' Mulat-Diwa, the Leaders for Health Program, the Law
Law
School's Human Rights Center and Legal Aid programmes aim to form leaders.[21] Other Ateneo initiatives include Pathways to Higher Education for gifted, underprivileged youth and the Ateneo Center for Educational Development (ACED) which conducts national teacher and principal training programmes. The centrepiece social programme of the university is its university-wide social action programme in partnership with Gawad Kalinga which has helped build communities and schools in Payatas, Quezon City, in many Nueva Ecija
Nueva Ecija
municipalities, and in three villages in Bicol. GK-Ateneo has also driven Kalinga Luzon, the massive rehabilitation effort for victims of the late 2004 Luzon typhoons, GK Youth-Ateneo, arguably the largest and most active student social programme of the Ateneo, Kalinga Leyte, an ongoing programme which aims to provide long-term rehabilitation for the victims of the Southern Leyte
Southern Leyte
landslide, and ongoing reconstruction efforts for typhoon-stricken Bicol.[21][23] International exchange[edit]

Souvenir shop and cashiers at Xavier Hall

The Ateneo has international linkages with several universities, institutions, and organizations, particularly in Asia, Australasia, North and South America, and Europe. Through these cooperative efforts, the university hosts visiting faculty and research fellows from institutions abroad, and in turn, Ateneo faculty members also engage in teaching, research, and study in institutions abroad.[24][25] International cooperation also includes active student exchange through Philippine immersion programmes for a month or two for small groups of 15-18 students or full study programmes wherein students from partner institutions abroad take regular courses.[24] Students of the John Gokongwei School of Management, the School of Social Sciences, the School of Science and Engineering
Engineering
and the School of Humanities
Humanities
can also sign up for the Junior Term Abroad programme, which allows them to spend a semester in one of the Ateneo's partner schools for undergraduate studies.[24] Since 2008, the Global Leadership Program was started for students from four Catholic, Jesuit
Jesuit
universities in East Asia: Ateneo de Manila University in The Philippines, Fu Jen Catholic
Catholic
University in Taiwan, Sogang University
Sogang University
in South Korea, and Sophia University
Sophia University
in Japan.[26] Campuses[edit] Currently, the main campus of the Ateneo is an 83-hectare (210-acre) property in Loyola Heights, Quezon City, Metro Manila.[27] This campus is home to the university's undergraduate (college) and graduate schools units, as well as its senior and junior high schools and the grade school. Two other campuses, in Rockwell Center
Rockwell Center
and Salcedo Village, both in Makati, house the university's professional schools of business, law, and government. A fourth facility in the Don Eugenio López Sr. Medical Complex in Ortigas Center, Pasig, houses its school of medicine and public health. Loyola Heights[edit]

Science Education Complex, home to the School of Science and Engineering

Horacio dela Costa Hall houses the School of Humanities, named after Horacio dela Costa, an eminent Filipino Jesuit

Ricardo & Dr. Rosita Leong Hall, home to the School of Social Sciences.

John Gokongwei School of Management

Matteo Ricci
Matteo Ricci
Hall, study hall named after Matteo Ricci, a Jesuit missionary to China

Overlooking the Marikina Valley, the 83-hectare main campus is located in Loyola Heights, along the eastern side of Katipunan
Katipunan
Avenue, and is south of and adjacent to the campus of Miriam College. The Grade School, High School, and Loyola Schools
Loyola Schools
are located in the Ateneo's Loyola Heights campus. Beside the Grade School is the Henry Lee Irwin Theater, built in 1995 to house the school's formal events and productions. Complementing the old buildings of the Loyola Schools
Loyola Schools
are the Science Education Complex, as well as the PLDT Convergent Technologies Center- John Gokongwei School of Management Complex.[28] In 2015, the university broke ground on a center for visual, practical, and performing arts called The Areté, which will house the Ateneo Art
Art
Gallery, a 1,000-seat auditorium, a black box theater, and spaces for Ateneo's collaborative degree program with Le Cordon Bleu. Within this campus is the Rizal Library, the main university library. Also located here are numerous units and research centres affiliated with the Ateneo, such as the Institute of Social Order, Institute of Philippine Culture, Institute on Church and Social Issues, Asian Public Intellectuals Fellowships, the Philippine Institute for Pure and Applied Chemistry, the Jesuit
Jesuit
Communications Foundation, the Jesuit
Jesuit
Basic Education Commission, and others. Also situated here are the East Asian Pastoral Institute, Loyola School of Theology, and San Jose Seminary, all Jesuit
Jesuit
formation institutions federated with the Ateneo de Manila University. The Manila Observatory
Manila Observatory
is also located on campus.[28] Athletic facilities include the Blue Eagle Gym, also known as the Loyola Center, standing at the southern end of the campus, and the Moro Lorenzo Sports Center (MLSC) on the northern end. The Blue Eagle Gym is one of the largest gymnasiums among the universities in Metro Manila
Metro Manila
while the MLSC is often used by the Philippine National Basketball Team as well as other professional teams for their training needs.[28] The Church of the Gesù, completed in July 2002, stands on top of Sacred Heart Hill and overlooks the rest of the campus. The school's chapels include the St. Stanislaus Kostka
St. Stanislaus Kostka
Chapel and the Chapel of the First Companions in the high school, the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception in the college complex's Gonzaga Hall, the chapel at the Loyola House of Studies, and the Chapel of the Holy Guardian Angels in the grade school, among others. Not a part of the university but located on its campus is San Jose Major Seminary also has a chapel. Moreover, within walking distance of the campus are two parish churches: Our Lady of Pentecost and Santa María della Strada which includes the university in its territory.[28] While the majority of its students live in Metro Manila, the university has three on-campus dormitories for college students: Cervini Hall, Eliazo Hall, and the University Dormitory. Located near the Loyola Schools, Cervini accommodates approximately two hundred male students, while Eliazo houses one hundred and sixty female students. The University Dormitory, completed in 2008, houses six hundred students. Other dormitories which are also open to college and graduate school students are those of the [Institute of Social Order], Arrupe International Residence, and the East Asian Pastoral Institute.[28] Those who desire to live off-campus reside in nearby accredited dormitories and condominiums such as Oracle Residences, FBR Building, Xanland Plaza, One Burgundy Plaza, Prince David Condominium, and Berkeley Residences, sharing study and living areas with students from the University of the Philippines, Diliman
University of the Philippines, Diliman
and Miriam College. The Ateneo de Manila is also home to the largest Jesuit
Jesuit
community in the Philippines, most of whom reside at the Jesuit
Jesuit
Residence in the Loyola Heights campus. These Jesuits are involved in teaching, administration, and research within the university and its affiliated units.[28] Recently, the majority of the units in the Loyola Schools
Loyola Schools
Campus have been participating in the environmental initiatives started at the student organization and administrative levels. These have been grouped under the banner of the Ateneo Environmental Management Coalition, resulting in major changes in student lifestyle and resource management all over campus. Rockwell Centre[edit] The Rockwell Centre campus of the Ateneo de Manila University
Ateneo de Manila University
houses the Law
Law
School, Graduate School of Business, School of Government, AGSB-BAP Institute of Banking, and the Ateneo Centre for Continuing Education.[28] The campus was donated by the Lopez Group of Companies to the Ateneo de Manila University. It includes several research centres, a moot court facility, and the Ateneo Professional Schools Library.[28] Salcedo Village[edit] The Salcedo Village campus houses the different facilities of the former Ateneo Information Technology Institute (AITI) and the Ateneo Center for Continuing Education (CCE). This facility formerly housed the Professional Schools prior to the completion of the Rockwell campus in 1998.[28] Ortigas Center[edit] The Ateneo School of Medicine
Medicine
and Public Health at the Don Eugenio López Sr. Medical Complex in Ortigas Center, Pasig, opened its doors to its pioneering batch of students in June 2007. Beside the ASMPH is its partner hospital, The Medical City.[28] Library system[edit] The Ateneo library system comprises several libraries housed in the Loyola Heights campus and the Professional Schools campus. The university's main library is the Rizal Library
Rizal Library
located in Loyola Heights. The Ateneo Professional Schools Library is housed in the Professional Schools building. Also included in the library system are the libraries of the Ateneo grade school, high school, and those of the East Asian Pastoral Institute and the Loyola School of Theology.[29] Libraries of other Jesuit
Jesuit
universities in Naga, Zamboanga, Davao, and Cagayan de Oro are linked to the Ateneo de Manila Libraries. In 2007, the Rizal Library's resources were estimated at more than 500,000 items. It housed rare Filipiniana items including a permanent exhibit of Rizal memorabilia, the Trinidad Pardo de Tavera collection, the American Historical Collection, the Ateneo Library of Women's Writings (ALIWW), and other special collections and manuscripts by Filipino scholars, writers, and artists.[28] A new five-storey Rizal Library building was completed in 2009 and opened in November of the same year, housing the library's circulation section, the undergraduate and graduate reserve sections, the multimedia collection, the periodicals collection, the Japanese collection, online database access terminals, an information commons, and the Library's technical services facilities. The former Rizal Library building will now be known as the Rizal Library
Rizal Library
Special
Special
Collection, and houses the Microform Reading Center, Art
Art
Book Collection, Filipiniana Section, American Historical Collection, the Ateneo Library of Women's Writings, the Pardo de Tavera Collection, and the Theses and Dissertations collection.[30] The Professional Schools Library holds one of the largest collections of materials in the fields of law, business, and government in the Philippines.[28] Ateneo Art
Art
Gallery[edit] The Ateneo Art
Art
Gallery is housed in the Rizal Library's Special Collections Building. The gallery is the first museum of modern art in the Philippines, and is the only museum in the country dedicated to the collection, display, and interpretation of Philippine modern art. The heart of its collection is a large selection of post-war art donated to the university by Fernando Zóbel de Ayala.[28] University Archives[edit] Main article: Ateneo de Manila University
Ateneo de Manila University
Archives The University Archives are housed in the Rizal Library
Rizal Library
annex building. Since 1958 it has served as the central repository of non-current records of the administrative offices, academic departments, and student organizations. Among its collections are papers and documents from key university people, relics and personal effects of alumni, some archived publications, theses, and dissertations, as well as other materials such as maps, photographs, and art work.[31] Administration & accreditation[edit]

Presidents and Rectors of the Ateneo de Manila University

Fr. José Fernández Cuevas, S.J., 1859–1864

Fr. Juan Bautista Vidal, S.J., 30 July 1864 – 1868

Fr. Pedro Bertrán, S.J., 11 June 1868 – 1872

Fr. José Lluch, S.J., 4 September 1871 – 1875

Fr. Juan Bautista Heras, S.J., 21 August 1875 – 1881

Fr. Pablo Ramón, S.J., 1 January 1881 – 1886

Fr. Miguel Roses, S.J., 6 February 1886 - 1894

Fr. Miguel Sedarra Mata, S.J., 11 February 1894 – 1901

Fr. José Clos, S.J., 9 June 1901 - 1905

Fr. Joaquín Añon, S.J., 11 December 1905 - 1910

Fr. Joaquín Villalonga, S.J., 31 October 1910 - 1916

Fr. Marcial Sola, S.J., 28 May 1916 - 1920

Fr. Juan Villalonga, S.J., 29 July 1920 - 1921

Fr. Francis X. Byrne, S.J., 15 June 1921 – 1925

Fr. James J. Carlin, S.J., 24 July 1925 - 1927

Fr. Richard A. O'Brien, S.J., 11 August 1927 - 1933

Fr. Henry C. Avery, S.J., 30 July 1933 – 1937

Fr. Carroll I. Fasy, S.J., 26 February 1937 - 1941

Fr. Francis X. Reardon, S.J., 25 April 1941 – 1947

Fr. William F. Masterson, S.J., 14 May 1947 – 1950

Fr. James J. McMahon, S.J., 15 March 1950 - 1956

Fr. Leo A. Cullum, S.J., 31 July 1956 - 1959

Fr. Francisco Z. Araneta, S.J., 15 June 1959 – 1965

Fr. James F. Donelan, S.J., 2 July 1965 – 1969

Fr. Pacifico A. Ortiz, S.J., 1 May 1969 - 1970

Fr. Francisco Z. Araneta, S.J., 15 November 1970 - 1972

Fr. José A. Cruz, S.J., 12 August 1972 - 1984

Fr. Joaquin G. Bernas, S.J., 1 April 1984 – 1993

Fr. Bienvenido F. Nebres, S.J., 1 April 1993 – 1 June 2011

Fr. Jose Ramon T. Villarin, S.J., 1 June 2011 – present

The Ateneo de Manila is governed by a Board of Trustees chaired by alumnus Edward Go, who succeeded Manuel V. Pangilinan. A central administration, led by University President
University President
Fr. Jose Ramon T. Villarin, S.J., oversees key initiatives related to academics, international programmes, university development and alumni relations, personnel, security, and other university-wide concerns.[32] Fr. Villarin succeeded Fr. Bienvenido F. Nebres, S.J., on 1 June 2011.[33][34] Individual units and departments are usually led by a vice president, with the exception of the basic education units which are led by a director who oversees the leadership of both the high school's principal and the grade school's headmaster. The Loyola schools and professional schools are led by their respective vice presidents who oversee school deans, who in turn oversee department chairs and programme directors. In 2005, the Loyola Schools
Loyola Schools
programmes of the Ateneo have been granted Level IV accreditation—the highest possible level—from the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) through the Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines
Philippines
(FAAP) and the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU).[35] In 2011 it was also granted Institutional Accreditation by the same body, the first time that both citations were awarded to a university simultaneously.[36] Ateneo de Manila is one of few universities granted autonomous status by CHED, which likewise recognizes a number of the university's programmes and departments as Centers of Excellence and Centers of Development. The grade school and high school divisions both have the highest (level III) of accreditation from PAASCU and FAAP.[37] Student organisations[edit] Among the fifty-two university-accredited student organisations, the Ateneo College Glee Club
Ateneo College Glee Club
is the most internationally renowned. The oldest university chorale in the Philippines, ACGC has participated in numerous international choral and choir competitions including the European Grand Prix for Choral Singing.[38][39] The Ateneo Debate Society, the premier undergraduate debate organization of the Ateneo, is the highest-ranking debate team in the Philippines
Philippines
and Asia, and often in the top 10 of the World University Debate Rankings since the mid-2000s, peaking at no. 7 in 2012. It is currently in 13th place.[40] Coordinates: 14°38′20″N 121°4′40″E / 14.63889°N 121.07778°E / 14.63889; 121.07778 Notable people[edit] Main article: List of Ateneo de Manila University
Ateneo de Manila University
people The Ateneo has produced four Presidents of the Philippines
Philippines
and its alumni have been influential in national politics and in the business sector. References[edit]

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Ateneo de Manila University
Undergraduate, QS Top Universities, Retrieved 12 July 2015 ^ ASMPH Program of Learning. Retrieved 15 November 2008. ^ "The Ateneo Professional Schools". Ateneo.edu. Archived from the original on 22 June 2009. Retrieved 2009-05-26.  ^ a b Loyola Schools
Loyola Schools
Undergraduate Bulletin of Information, 2003 Edition. Published by the Office of Research and Publications, Ateneo de Manila University. ^ Primer on Student-Centered Learning, 2001 Edition. Published by the Office of Research and Publications, Ateneo de Manila University. ^ Loyola Schools
Loyola Schools
Student Handbook, 2006 Edition. Published by the Office of Research and Publications, Ateneo de Manila University. ^ "CHED Centers of Excellence-Ateneo de Manila University". Ateneo.edu. Retrieved 2009-05-26.  ^ " Ateneo de Manila University
Ateneo de Manila University
website". Ateneo.edu. Archived from the original on 29 April 2009. Retrieved 2009-05-26.  ^ Department of Chemistry, School of Science and Engineering
Engineering
(4 October 2013). "Department of Chemistry, Ateneo de Manila University". Ateneo de Manila University. Retrieved 2013-10-04.  ^ "Ateneo Senior High School will be co-ed in SY 2016-2017 Ateneo de Manila University". www.ateneo.edu. Retrieved 2017-08-06.  ^ "Application for Admission to Grade 11 (Senior High School)". Ateneo de Manila University. 2012-11-22. Retrieved 2018-04-01.  ^ "Concrete topping off ceremony held as ASHS building nears completion Ateneo de Manila University". www.ateneo.edu. Retrieved 2018-04-01.  ^ a b c AJHS Planner Committee (2017). The Ateneo de Manila Junior High School Planner 2017-2018. Quezon City: Art
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Angel Printshop. pp. Introductory Pages.  ^ "AJHS launches 4 systems to intensify student care & formation Ateneo de Manila University". www.ateneo.edu. Retrieved 2018-04-01.  ^ a b "About the High School". Ateneo.edu. Archived from the original on 22 June 2009. Retrieved 2009-05-26.  ^ History
History
of Days With The Lord Archived 30 April 2006 at the Wayback Machine. ^ "Grade School". Ateneo de Manila University. 2012-05-15. Retrieved 2017-10-01.  ^ "Loyola School of Theology". www.lst.edu. Retrieved 2017-08-08.  ^ " Ateneo de Manila University
Ateneo de Manila University
Office of International Programs". Ateneo.edu. Archived from the original on 23 January 2009. Retrieved 2009-05-26.  ^ "蒸気自動車の歴史". Retrieved 17 July 2015.  ^ a b c d Ateneo de Manila University
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President's Report 2005 ^ "The Classroom Reality:The Jesuits are educating the rich about the poor in their expanding network of private schools." Newsweek International, 18 and 25 August 2008. Retrieved 13 August 2008. ^ " Ateneo de Manila University
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- Ateneo de Manila University". Retrieved 17 July 2015.  ^ a b c "Ateneo de Manila Office of International Programs website". Ateneo.edu. 2007-07-16. Archived from the original on 1 May 2009. Retrieved 2009-05-26.  ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 3 July 2007. Retrieved 2007-06-19.  Ateneo chosen as campus of UN's University of Peace] ^ Sogang Archived 26 December 2013 at the Wayback Machine. ^ "Campus Building Map". Ateneo de Manila University. 2013-08-22. Retrieved 2017-08-08.  ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m 2007 Institutional Brochure, Ateneo de Manila University. Published by the Office of International Programs, Ateneo de Manila University. ^ "Ateneo de Manila University". Ateneo de Manila University. Retrieved 2017-08-08.  ^ " Ateneo de Manila University
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- Ateneo de Manila University". Retrieved 17 July 2015.  ^ "Ateneo de Manila University". Ateneo de Manila University. Retrieved 2017-08-08.  ^ " Ateneo de Manila University
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Further reading[edit]

Ateneo Alumni Business
Business
Directory The GUIDON
The GUIDON
student newspaper of the Ateneo de Manila University

Jaime C. Bulatao, S.J. "Death of A University." Ateneo Alumni Guidon, Vol. VII No. I, Vol. VII No. 2, and Vol. VIII No. 1 The Guidon official website [3] The Guidon's Online Magazine [4]

Lamberto V. Avellana. On Wings of Blue Katipunan
Katipunan
magazine Loyola Schools
Loyola Schools
Bulletin The HILL

Soledad S. Reyes. "From the walled city by the sea to the hill over the valley: The Ateneo through the years" The HILL. Maiden Issue. 2004. Letters to the Editor, Vol. I No. 2. 2004

Horacio de la Costa, S.J. Light Cavalry. Horacio de la Costa, S.J. The Jesuits in the Philippines. Cristina Jayme Montiel and Susan Evangelista, eds. Down from the Hill: Ateneo de Manila In the First Ten Years Under Martial Law, 1971-1982. Ateneo de Manila University
Ateneo de Manila University
Press. 2005. ISBN 971-550-486-8.

Newspaper articles and supplements

Joaquin G. Bernas, S.J. "The Ateneo de Manila Celebrates 145 Years". Published in the Philippine Daily Inquirer
Philippine Daily Inquirer
and Philippine Star. 10 December 2004. Bienvenido F. Nebres, S.J. "The Ateneo de Manila beyond 145". Published in the Philippine Daily Inquirer
Philippine Daily Inquirer
and Philippine Star. 10 December 2004. "Maging Liwanag". Published in the Philippine Daily Inquirer
Philippine Daily Inquirer
and Philippine Star. 10 December 2005. http://www.ateneo.edu/news.php?office_id=1&news_id=3507[permanent dead link]

Teodoro A. Agoncillo. History
History
of the Filipino People, 8th Edition. Garotech Publishing. 1990. ISBN 971-8711-06-6 Nick Joaquin. Manila, My Manila. Bookmark. 1999. ISBN 971-569-313-X Jose S. Arcilla, S.J. Rizal and the Emergence of the Philippine Nation. Office of Research and Publications, Ateneo de Manila University. 2003. ISBN 971-550-020-X Jean Mallat, translated by Pura Santillan-Castrence and Lina S. Castrence. The Philippines: History, Geography, Customs, Agriculture, Industry, and Commerce of the Spanish Colonies in Oceania. National Historical Institute. 1998. ISBN 971-538-081-6.

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Ateneo de Manila University

Academics

Professional Schools

Law
Law
School Graduate School of Business School of Government School of Medicine
Medicine
and Public Health

Loyola Schools

School of Humanities John Gokongwei School of Management School of Science and Engineering School of Social Sciences

Basic education units

Grade School Junior High School Senior High School

Athletics

UAAP Blue Eagles

women's football women's volleyball

Ateneo–La Salle rivalry

Campus

Blue Eagle Gym Rizal Library University Archives Cervini-Eliazo Residence Halls University Press Ateneo Professional Schools Library Ateneo Art
Art
Gallery Henry Lee Irwin Theater Moro Lorenzo Sports Center Church of the Gesù University Dormitory

Student life

The GUIDON Matanglawin Heights Ægis (yearbook) The Palladium Ateneo Law
Law
Journal Ateneo de Manila College Glee Club Tanghalang Ateneo Ateneo Debate Society Radyo Katipunan
Katipunan
87.9

Miscellaneous

List of Ateneo de Manila University
Ateneo de Manila University
people Manila Observatory Ateneo de Manila University
Ateneo de Manila University
ROTC Unit Ateneo F.C. Loyola Meralco Sparks F.C.

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Universities and colleges in Metro Manila

Universities

State universities

Philippine Normal University Polytechnic University of the Philippines

PUP Parañaque PUP Quezon City PUP San Juan PUP Taguig

Rizal Technological University Technological University of the Philippines

TUP Taguig

University of the Philippines
Philippines
Diliman University of the Philippines
Philippines
Manila

Local universities

City University of Pasay Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Marikina Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Muntinlupa Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Pasig Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Valenzuela Quezon City
Quezon City
Polytechnic University Taguig City University Universidad de Manila University of Caloocan City University of Makati University of the City of Manila

Catholic
Catholic
universities

Adamson University Ateneo de Manila University De La Salle Araneta University De La Salle University Our Lady of Fatima University San Beda University St. Paul University Manila St. Paul University Quezon City University of Perpetual Help System University of Santo Tomas

Other private universities

AMA Computer University Arellano University Centro Escolar University

CEU Las Piñas CEU Makati

Far Eastern University

FEU Diliman

FEATI University José Rizal University Lyceum of the Philippines
Philippines
University Manila Central University Manuel L. Quezon University Mapúa University National University New Era University Philippine Christian University Philippine Women's University Southville Foreign University Trinity University of Asia University of Asia and the Pacific University of the East

UE Caloocan

University of Manila

Colleges

State colleges

Eulogio "Amang" Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology Philippine Public Safety College Philippine State College of Aeronautics

Local colleges

Marikina Polytechnic College Navotas Polytechnic College

Catholic
Catholic
colleges

Angelicum College Assumption College San Lorenzo Children of Mary Immaculate College Colegio de San Juan de Letran Colegio de San Lorenzo Colegio de Santa Rosa

CSR Makati

College of the Holy Spirit Concordia College De La Salle–College of Saint Benilde Don Bosco Technical College Immaculate Heart of Mary College-Parañaque La Consolacion College Manila

LCC Novaliches

Miriam College Our Lady of Perpetual Succor College Pasig
Pasig
Catholic
Catholic
College Perpetual Help College Saint Bernadette College Saint Francis of Assisi College Saint James College Saint Joseph's College Saint Louis College Saint Mary's College Saint Rita College St. Scholastica's College San Beda College Alabang San Juan de Dios Educational Foundation San Sebastian College Santa Catalina College Santa Isabel College Siena College

Other private colleges

Access Computer College Airlink International Aviation School Asia Pacific College Asian Institute of Computer Studies Asian Institute for Distance Education Asian Institute of Maritime Studies CAP College Foundation Center for Culinary Arts Central Colleges of the Philippines Chiang Kai Shek College Chinese General Hospital Colleges CIIT College of Arts and Technology De Los Santos – STI College Emilio Aguinaldo College Enderun Colleges Global City Innovative College Golden Link College Grace Christian College iAcademy International Academy of Management and Economics Kalayaan College La Verdad Christian College Manila Adventist College Manila Business
Business
College Manila Tytana Colleges Metropolitan Hospital College MFI Foundation NAMEI Polytechnic Institute National Christian Life College National College of Business
Business
and Arts National Teachers College OB Montessori Olivarez College Open Source College PATTS College of Aeronautics Philippine College of Criminology Philippine College of Health Sciences Philippine Cultural College Philippine Merchant Marine Academy Philippine School of Business
Business
Administration PMI Colleges PNTC Colleges Roosevelt College Saint Jude College South Mansfield College South SEED LPDH College Southeast Asian College Southville International School and Colleges STI College Technological Institute of the Philippines The Fisher Valley College Universal College Valenzuela City Polytechnic College

Theological colleges

Asian Seminary of Christian Ministries Asian Theological Seminary Christ the King Mission Seminary Maryhill School of Theology San Agustin Center of Studies San Carlos Seminary

Postgraduate education

Graduate schools

Adamson University
Adamson University
Graduate School Alliance Graduate School Arellano University
Arellano University
Graduate School Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication Asian Institute of Management Asian Social Institute Ateneo Graduate School of Business Ateneo School of Government National Defense College of the Philippines San Beda College of Medicine South East Asia
East Asia
Graduate School of Theology University of the East
University of the East
Graduate School University of Santo Tomas
University of Santo Tomas
Faculty of Medicine
Medicine
and Surgery University of Santo Tomas
University of Santo Tomas
Graduate School

Law
Law
schools

Arellano University
Arellano University
School of Law Ateneo Law
Law
School De La Salle University
De La Salle University
College of Law Far Eastern University
Far Eastern University
Institute of Law Philippine Law
Law
School PLM Graduate School of Law Polytechnic University of the Philippines
Philippines
College of Law San Beda College of Law University of the East
University of the East
College of Law University of the Philippines
Philippines
College of Law University of Santo Tomas
University of Santo Tomas
Faculty of Civil Law

See also: Higher education in the Philippines

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Jesuit
Jesuit
educational institutions in the Philippines

Tertiary

Manila Zamboanga Naga Davao Culion, Palawan Cagayan de Oro

Non-tertiary

Iloilo Cebu Greenhills

Defunct

San Ignacio San Ildefonso Immaculate Conception
Immaculate Conception
School Tuguegarao San Pablo Berchmans Bellarmine

Catholicism portal Society of Jesus

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Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning

Southeast Asia

Brunei

Universiti Brunei
Brunei
Darussalam

Cambodia

Build Bright University, Phnom Penh International University, Cambodia

Indonesia

Airlangga University Andalas University Bandung Institute of Technology Bogor Agricultural University University of Brawijaya Cenderawasih University Diponegoro University Gadjah Mada University Hasanuddin University Indonesia
Indonesia
University of Education IKIP Padang Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University Jakarta Jember University Lampung University Manado State University Muhammadiyah University of Magelang Padjadjaran University Riau University Sebelas Maret University Sriwijaya University State Institute for Islamic Studies North Sumatera State University of Semarang STIE Perbanas Surabaya Surabaya State University Tadulako University Tanjungpura University Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology Udayana University Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar Universitas Merdeka Malang Yogyakarta State University University of Bengkulu University of Indonesia University of North Sumatra

Malaysia

INTI International University International Islamic University Malaysia Multimedia University National University of Malaysia Taylor's University Universiti Malaysia Perlis Universiti Malaysia Sarawak Universiti Malaysia Sabah Universiti Malaysia Terengganu Universiti Putra Malaysia Universiti Sains Malaysia Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Universiti Teknologi Petronas Universiti Tenaga Nasional Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka Universiti Utara Malaysia Universiti Tun Abdul Razak University of Malaya

Myanmar

University of Yangon

Philippines

Adamson University Baliuag University Benguet State University Bicol University Central Colleges of the Philippines Centro Escolar University De La Salle University De La Salle University
De La Salle University
– Dasmariñas Emilio Aguinaldo College Eulogio "Amang" Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology Far Eastern University José Rizal University La Consolacion College Manila La Consolacion College–Bacolod La Consolacion University Philippines Lyceum of the Philippines
Philippines
University Mindanao State University National University Philippine Normal University Philippine Women's University Polytechnic University of the Philippines Rizal Technological University Saint Louis University Saint Mary's College of Quezon City St. Paul University Quezon City St. Scholastica's College, Manila San Beda University San Sebastian College – Recoletos
San Sebastian College – Recoletos
de Manila Technological Institute of the Philippines Technological University of the Philippines University of Batangas University of Iloilo University of Manila University of Perpetual Help System DALTA University of Santo Tomas University of the City of Manila University of the East University of the Philippines

Singapore

Nanyang Technological University National University of Singapore

Thailand

Asian Institute of Technology Assumption University Bangkok University Burapha University Chiang Mai University Chulalongkorn University Dhurakij Pundit University Hatyai University Kasem Bundit University Kasetsart University Khon Kaen University King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi Maejo University Mahasarakham University Mahidol University Mae Fah Luang University Naresuan University Nakhon Phanom University National Institute of Development Administration Payap University Prince of Songkla University Ramkhamhaeng University Rangsit University Siam University Silpakorn University Srinakharinwirot University Sripatum University Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University Suranaree University of Technology Thaksin University Thammasat University University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce Ubon Ratchathani University Walailak University

Vietnam

Vietnam National University, Hanoi

South Asia

India

Karnatak Lingayat Education Society

Iran

Islamic Azad University

Sri Lanka

University of Colombo University of Kelaniya

East Asia

Hong Kong

Chinese University of Hong Kong City University of Hong Kong Lingnan University Hong Kong Baptist University Hong Kong Polytechnic University Hong Kong Shue Yan University Hong Kong University of Science and Technology University of Hong Kong

Japan

Keio University Kyoto University Sōka University University of the Ryukyus

Republic of China (Taiwan)

National Taiwan
Taiwan
University

Oceania

Australia

Australian National University Curtin University Deakin University Edith Cowan University Griffith University Macquarie University Monash University RMIT University Swinburne University of Technology University of Western Australia University of Adelaide University of Canberra University of Queensland University of Southern Queensland University of Sydney University of Tasmania University of Technology, Sydney University of Wollongong

New Zealand

Auckland University of Technology Lincoln University Massey University University of Otago University of Waikato

Europe

Belgium

Groep T

France

Montpellier 2 University

Sweden

Lund University

North America

Canada

Carleton University University of British Columbia

United States

Baylor University California State University, Long Beach Kansas State University Keuka College Pittsburg State University University of Hawaii at Manoa University of Maryland University College

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University Athletic Association of the Philippines
Philippines
(2017–18)

Members

Men

Adamson Soaring Falcons Ateneo Blue Eagles De La Salle Green Archers FEU Tamaraws NU Bulldogs UE Red Warriors UP Fighting Maroons UST Growling Tigers

Junior

Adamson Baby Falcons Ateneo Blue Eaglets De La Salle Zobel Junior Archers FEU Diliman Baby Tamaraws NU Bullpups UE Junior Warriors UPIS Junior Maroons UST Tiger Cubs

Women

Adamson Lady Falcons Ateneo Lady Eagles De La Salle Lady Archers FEU Lady Tamaraws NU Lady Bulldogs UE Lady Warriors UP Lady Maroons UST Tigresses

Sports

Badminton Baseball Basketball Beach volleyball Chess Football Fencing Judo Softball Swimming Table tennis Taekwondo Tennis Track and field Volleyball Overall

Demo Events

Ballroom Cheerdance Street dance

Rivalries

Ateneo vs. La Salle La Salle vs. UST UE vs. FEU

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ASEAN University Network

Brunei

University of Brunei
Brunei
Darussalam (UBD)

Cambodia

Royal University of Phnom Penh
Royal University of Phnom Penh
(RUPP) Royal University of Law
Law
and Economics
Economics
(RULE)

Indonesia

University of Indonesia
University of Indonesia
(UI) Gadjah Mada University
Gadjah Mada University
(UGM) Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) Airlangga University
Airlangga University
(UNAIR)

Laos

National University of Laos
Laos
(NUOL)

Malaysia

Universiti Sains Malaysia
Universiti Sains Malaysia
(USM) University of Malaya
University of Malaya
(UM) Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
(UKM) Universiti Putra Malaysia
Universiti Putra Malaysia
(UPM) Universiti Utara Malaysia
Universiti Utara Malaysia
(UUM)

Myanmar

Yangon Institute of Economics
Economics
(YIE) University of Yangon
University of Yangon
(UY) Mandalay University
Mandalay University
(MU)

Philippines

Ateneo de Manila University
Ateneo de Manila University
(ADMU) De La Salle University
De La Salle University
(DLSU) University of the Philippines
Philippines
(UP)

Singapore

Nanyang Technological University
Nanyang Technological University
(NTU) National University of Singapore
National University of Singapore
(NUS) Singapore Management University
Singapore Management University
(SMU)

Thailand

Burapha University
Burapha University
(BUU) Chiang Mai University
Chiang Mai University
(CMU) Chulalongkorn University
Chulalongkorn University
(CU) Mahidol University
Mahidol University
(MU) Prince of Songkla University
Prince of Songkla University
(PSU)

Vietnam

Vietnam National University, Hanoi
Vietnam National University, Hanoi
(VNU-Hanoi) Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City
Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City
(VNU-HCM) Can Tho University (CTU)

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Service Learning Program for 8 Jesuit
Jesuit
Universities in East Asia

Indonesia

Sanata Dharma

Japan

Sophia

Philippines

Ateneo de Manila Xavier – Ateneo de Cagayan Ateneo de Davao Ateneo de Zamboanga Ateneo de Naga

South Korea

Sogang

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Association of Christian Universities and Colleges in Asia

Hong Kong, China

Chung Chi (CUHK) Hong Kong Baptist Lingnan

India

Christ Lady Doak

Indonesia

Atma Jaya Jakarta Atma Jaya Yogyakarta Dhyana Pura Duta Wacana Christian Krida Wacana Christian Maranatha Christian Parahyangan Catholic Pelita Harapan Petra Christian Sanata Dharma Satya Wacana Christian Soegijapranata Catholic HKBP Nommensen

Japan

Aoyama Gakuin Doshisha Hiroshima Jogakuin ICU Kwansei Gakuin Meiji Gakuin Momoyama Gakuin Nanzan Oberlin Osaka Jogakuin Seinan Gakuin Sophia

Korea

Ewha Womans Handong Global Hannam Keimyung Sogang Soongsil Yonsei

Philippines

Ateneo de Manila Central Philippine De La Salle De La Salle Dasmariñas Filamer Christian Miriam Philippine Christian Silliman St. Paul TUA

Taiwan

Aletheia Chang Jung Christian Chung Yuan Christian Fu Jen Catholic Providence Soochow St. John's Tunghai Wenzao

Thailand

Asia-Pacific International Assumption CUT Payap

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Schools in Quezon City

Universities

AMA University Ateneo de Manila University Far Eastern University
Far Eastern University
– Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation FEU Diliman (FEU FERN College) Manuel L. Quezon University
Manuel L. Quezon University
– Diliman New Era University Our Lady of Fatima University
Our Lady of Fatima University
– Quezon City Polytechnic University of the Philippines
Philippines
Quezon City Quezon City
Quezon City
Polytechnic University St. Paul University Quezon City Trinity University of Asia University of the East
University of the East
Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center University of the Philippines
Philippines
Diliman

Colleges

Angelicum College Central Colleges of the Philippines Colegio de San Lorenzo De Los Santos – STI College Grace Christian College Immaculate Heart of Mary College Kalayaan College Miriam College National College of Business
Business
and Arts Philippine School of Business
Business
Administration St. Joseph's College of Quezon City St. Luke's College of Medicine St. Mary's College, Quezon City Saint Pedro Poveda College Saint Theresa's College of Quezon City Siena College of Quezon City Southeast Asian College Stella Maris College Quezon City STI College Technological Institute of the Philippines
Philippines
Quezon City

Elementary / Secondary

Bannister Academy Britesparks International School Claret School of Quezon City Colegio de San Bartolome de Novaliches Commonwealth Christian Academy Commonwealth Elementary School Commonwealth High School Diliman Preparatory School Don Alejandro Roces Sr. Science-Technology High School Esteban Abada Elementary School Good Shepherd Cathedral School Holy Family School of Quezon City Holy Spirit National High School Ismael Mathay Sr. High School Jose Abad Santos Memorial School Quezon City Lagro High School Lourdes School of Quezon City Mater Carmeli School PAREF Northfield School Philippine Science High School Main Campus Quezon City
Quezon City
Academy Quezon City
Quezon City
Science High School Ramon Magsaysay (Cubao) High School St. Faustina School of Quezon City St. John of Beverley St. Vincent School School of Saint Anthony School of the Holy Spirit University of the Philippines
Philippines
Integrated School

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All-boys schools in Metro Manila

Aquinas School Ateneo de Manila (Grade School and High School) Claret School of Quezon City Don Bosco Technical College
Don Bosco Technical College
(Grade School and High School) Don Bosco Technical Institute, Makati La Salle Green Hills Lourdes School of Mandaluyong Marist School of Marikina PAREF Northfield School PAREF Southridge School San Beda College (Middle Grade School) Xavier School

Authority control

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