The Ateneo de Manila University is one of world’s the most exciting communities of leaders and scholars. Nearly 150 years after the Jesuits returned to the Philippines in 1859, the Ateneo has grown into a major Jesuit university whose schools include a college, graduate school, four professional schools, two basic education departments, and an array of research and development centers. Our main campus in Loyola Heights, Quezon City, Metro Manila houses the University's college and graduate, and basic education units, as well as numerous research centers and extension units.The Ateneo Professional Schools Campus in Makati City, houses the University's professional schools of business, law, and information technology. A third campus in Ortigas Center, Pasig City houses the new professional school of medicine and public health. The motto of the Ateneo de Manila University is Lux-in-Domino, “Light in the Lord.” These words from the letter of St. Paul to the Ephesians call us to “live as children of light, for light produces every kind of goodness, righteousness, and truth.” The Ateneo de Manila is more than an institution of higher learning. The Ateneo commitment is to become light in the world, seeking the truth to illuminate and to serve. This spirit lives in every aspect of our work as a Jesuit and Philippine university.
Department of Physics Facilities Faura Hall and Science Education Complex house several Physics Laboratories and Facilities: 1. Advanced Physics Laboratory: Modern physics devices such as the Fabry-Perot interferomenter and gas-discharge spectroscopes 2. Materials Physics Laboratory: Universal testing machine, four-point probe tester, hardness tester, and various microscopes--stereo, metallographic, electron, and interferometric 3. Photonics Laboratory: Lasers, elastomeric optics, volume holography, biomimetics, and optofluidics devices 4. Vacuum Coating Laboratory: High-vacuum systems for thin film coating and magnetized plasma for deposition 5. Professor Norberto Tecson Laboratories: Undergraduate physics laboratories, lathe machine, and machine shop The atmospheric physics research facilities are stationed at the Manila Observatory: 1. Regional Climate Systems Laboratory: High-performance computers that use data from automated meteorological stations to predict climate 2. Urban Air Quality / Instrumentation Technology and Development Laboratory: Telemetric rain gauges, automated weather stations (AWS), Differential Optical Absorption Spectroscope (DOAS), and NASA's AERONET (Aerosol Robotic Network) 3. Upper Atmospher Dynamics Laboratory: Designated as Kyushu University's ICSWSE (International Center for Space Weather Sciece and Education) subcenter in charge of one FMCW (Frequency Modulted Continous Wave) radar and 6 Philippine MAGDAS magnetometers (Tuguegarao, Muntinlupa, Legazpi, Cebu, Cagayan de Oro, and Davao).
The Environmental Science Department is equipped with a variety of laboratory and field equipment for air, water and soil monitoring, micro- and macro-biological assessments, chemical analysis, as well as safety devices. These include: UV-Vis spectrometer, water quality checker, incubator (with and without shaker), laminar flow hood, centrifuge, autoclave, microscopes with video camera, colorimeter, refractometer, microbiological laboratory, general field equipment such as global positioning system, telescope, dissolved oxygen meter, pH meter, conductivity meter, turbidity meter, salinometer, portable top-loading balance, analytical balance, vertical/horizontal water sampler, flow meter, underwater camera, Auger/Core/Grab samplers, dredge sampler, radiation alert, high volume air sampler, barometer/ altimeter, among others. The department also has a computer laboratory for both teaching and research purposes.
The Department of Chemistry is among the best-equipped in the Philippines today and is home to the National Chemistry Instrumentation Center (NCIC). The Department is housed in Schmitt Hall, a three-story building offering lecture halls and laboratory space for teaching and research. Additional teaching laboratories are also available on the second floor of the third wing of the Science Education Complex. The Department houses several instruments, some of which are listed as follows: Atomic Force Microscope FT-Infrared Spectrometer Thermogravimetic Analyzer Differential Scanning Calorimeter Dynamic Mechanical Analyzer Universal Testing Machine Hall Effect Apparatus Hot and 4-point Probes Optical Microscopes Refrigerated Ultracentrifuge 400 MHz JEOL Lambda Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectrometer 1D & 2D Gel Electrophoresis Apparatus Voltammetry Apparatus Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer UV-VIS Spectrophotometers Fluorometer for Microwell Plates Scanning Densitometer Freeze Dryer Gas Chromatographs (GC-FID, GC-MS) Liquid Chromatographs Vacuum Ovens Modeling and Simulation Softwares Graphite Furnace
The Science Education Complex (SEC) A houses the Biology Department. The Department has six teaching laboratories that are located in SEC B: Botany Laboratory; Zoology Laboratory; Ecology, Histology, and Developmental Biology Laboratory; Genetics Laboratory; Microbiology Laboratory; and Comparative Anatomy Laboratory. Also located in SEC B are the research laboratories, wherein faculty members and undergraduate and graduate students conduct their research and thesis. These research laboratories include the Bioassay and Tissue Culture, Genetics and Molecular Biology, Microbiology, and Microtechnique rooms. Among the equipment routinely used by the faculty and students are the inverted microscope; 96-well microplate reader; CO2 incubator; Biosafety Level (BSL) 2 cabinet; rotary evaporator; PCR Thermocyclers; agarose and PAGE electrophoresis set-ups; gel documentation system; UV-VIS spectrophotometer; deionizer; ultralow freezer; refrigerated centrifuge; autoclaves, orbital shaker incubator; distilling apparatus; and microtome. The Department also has a PowerLab system for teaching and research applications in physiology, biomedical sciences, and sports/exercise studies. The Laboratories are adequately stocked with chemicals and reagents, and the ratio of microscope to student is 1:1 in regular Biology classes. Located on a separate lot between Alingal Hall and the College Covered Courts is the Biological Research House, where many students stock animal specimens for their theses.
Libraries The University Library System includes the Rizal Library (the library of the Loyola Schools), the Ateneo Professional Schools Library (in Makati), and the Educational Media Centers for the Grade School and High School units. Other specialized libraries on the main campus are found at the East Asian Pastoral Institute (EAPI), the Loyola House of Studies (LHS), and the Manila Observatory. Professional Schools Library Professional Schools Library The Ateneo Professional Schools was formerly known as the Ateneo Graduate School during its Padre Faura days. It consisted of the Law School and Graduate School of Business. In 1977, the school moved to Salcedo Village, Makati City. It is here where it changed its school name to Ateneo Professional Schools (APS). The Library as an integrated but independent unit of the APS, adopted the name: Ateneo Professional Schools Library (APSL) to complete its acculturation.
The SDC Conference Hall, located at the Social Development Complex of the Ateneo, is where meetings and seminar-workshops are held. It features a multi-tiered, U-shaped audio visual room which can accommodate up to 150 people and a foyer that can seat smaller groups of 35. Complex audio-visual presentations are possible with the conference hall’s topnotch facilities such as public address system with six ceiling speakers and five-microphones, 21” television with VHS player, tape deck, karaoke, overhead projector, slide projector, 70” x 70” pull-down projection screen, and air-conditioning.
The Escaler Hall, found in the Science Education Complex, is the largest among the Complex’s three lecture halls used for science-related classes. It has a seating capacity of 250 people and is well-equipped and air-conditioned. Special events and gatherings such as symposiums, awarding ceremonies, conferences, forums, and performances are also held here.
Retreat Houses John Pollock Renewal Center The John Pollock SJ Renewal Center is the ideal place for retreats, recollections, prayer -meetings, and Christian value formation seminars. It is situated atop one of the highest points of the Ateneo campus, thus offering sweeping views of the Marikina valley and of the hills of Antipolo. The Center is a self-contained unit with 11 dormitory-type non-air-conditioned bedrooms with a total of 45 beds; common toilet and bath, 4 air-conditioned bedrooms, 2 of which have private toilet and bath; it has a total of 10 beds, kitchen, two (2) conference halls that can seat 25 to 65 participants at a time, and a prayer room.
Moro Sports Complex Moro Lorenzo Sports Complex The Moro Lorenzo Sports Complex or “Moro” is located near the High School complex. The complex boasts of topnotch facilities such as indoor basketball court where the university’s basketball teams hold practices, indoor badminton and volleyball court, indoor track oval measuring approximately 200 meters, a weights room, and a fully air-conditioned sports medicine clinic. Other facilities include a Prayer Room of the Saints, the Blue Cow Cafeteria, locker rooms, and the Col. Mariano Yenko Audio-Visual Room.
Theaters Henry Lee Irwin Theater Inside the Henry Lee Irwin Theater The Henry Lee Irwin Theater is the Ateneo’s premiere venue for the performance arts. With a seating capacity of 1,131, it is also the ideal venue for conventions, corporate promotional activities, graduations, and movie premieres. With a grand piano in the theater, it is also perfect for recitals and musical shows. The theater has a light and sound control booth, memory-controlled stage lighting system with two follow spots and cyclorama, complete sound system with recording and playback equipment, stage drapery and manual counterweight fly system, 35mm movie projection system with a 22 x 51 screen, 12 intercom stations, Yamaha grand piano, two dressing rooms with showers, and a centralized air-conditioning system.
Clinics Infirmary The college infirmary offers free consultation, physical exams, emergency treatment and starter doses for students or staff needing medical attention. It has three doctors, on-call, a regular administrative staff, and four beds (2 for females, 2 for males). The infirmary is located at the ground floor of Kostka Hall. Office Hours Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Saturday: 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Housing Accommodation International students have three options for housing accommodation: on-campus residence halls, off-campus dormitories and off-campus apartments/condominium units. The choice of where to stay during your program in Ateneo depends on one's budget and personal preference. On-Campus Residence Halls The Ateneo de Manila University has three residences halls: Cervini Hall (for male students), Eliazo Hall (for female students) and the new University Dormitory. Rates are charged per semester (5 months). The current rate for SY 2010-2011 is approximately P 36,000/semester. For details about the facilities and amenities of the residence halls and the University Dormitory please click here. Reservations for a place at the residence halls or at the University Dormitory may be coursed through Office of International Relations (OIR) upon request. Off-Campus Dormitories There are off-campus boarding houses for male and female students. Rates vary according to the kind of accommodation available and may range between P 5,000 to P 8,000/month. A list of accredited off-campus boarding houses may be obtained at the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs Office in the College or through the Office of International Programs. Click here to see directory of accredited off-campus dormitories. Off-Campus Apartment/Condominium Units There are also many off-campus apartments or condominium units near the Ateneo Loyola Heights Campus. Most are within 5 to 10 minutes walk from the Ateneo. Unfurnished units cost around US $ 250/month. The cost of semi to fully furnished units range from $ 300 - $500/month. Monthly rent does not include utility bills (i.e. electricity, water, phone, cable TV subscription).
Church of the Gesu Named after Jesus Christ and the mother church of the Society of Jesus in Rome, the Church of the Gesù is the Ateneo’s architectural gem located at the Sacred Heart Hill, the highest point of the campus. It was designed by Recio + Casas with an unusual and striking exterior and a traditional, airy interior. One side of the Church houses a side chapel dedicated to Mary in the mystery of the Immaculate Conception, patroness of the Ateneo and of the Philippines, while another side chapel is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, a devotion committed to the Jesuits by the appearances of Our Lord to St. Margaret Mary at Paray-le-Monial. The Church of the Gesù serves the major religious assemblies of the Ateneo: masses and liturgical events; the Feast of St. Ignatius and similar celebrations, school openings and baccalaureate services, confirmations, first communions and ordinations.
Immaculate Conception Chapel The Immaculate Conception Chapel is the sanctuary of students, faculty, and staff of the Loyola Schools. The chapel’s overall design was inspired by the Chapel of Notre Dame in Haute Saone, France and the St. Ignatius Chapel in the University of Seattle in Washington, U.S.A. On the sanctuary wall, stained glass windows in varying shades of blue and yellow symbolize the Blessed Virgin Mary. On the altar rests fragments from the bones of the Jesuit’s “boy saints” – Aloysius Gonzaga, John Berchmans, and Stanislas Kostka, after whom halls of the Ateneo have been named. The relics were gifts to the new chapel from the Jesuits in Rome. The chapel’s main distinguishing feature is its revolving cross with a crucified Christ on one side and a resurrected Christ on the other. The Focolare Carpentry Shop sculpted the crucified Christ while Fr. Rene Javellana, S.J. worked on the Byzantine-type icon of the resurrected Christ. Other features of the chapel are the Blessed Sacrament room or Adoration Chapel where people can have a more intimate prayer time with God and two reconciliation rooms at either side of the main door of the chapel where people can choose between face to face confession and confession through the screened confessional box.
LST Chapel The LST chapel is conducive to prayer and meditation, as well as for occasional small-group liturgies. The design, courtesy of Jesuit artist Fr. Rene Javellana, S.J., features Florentine glass windows that depict themes of the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius through its abstract melding of colors. The chapel proudly contains the low altar that houses a first-class relic of St. Ignatius of Loyola, which was given to LST by Fr. General Peter Hans Kolvenback when he approved construction of the building. Another special feature of the building is the darkened passageway that leads into the special light of the chapel through the name of Jesus.
ATENEO FRESHMAN MERIT SCHOLARSHIP (AFMS) The Ateneo Freshman Merit Scholarship is an academic distinction awarded yearly to outstanding freshman applicants who have excelled in the Ateneo College Entrance Test, have distinguished themselves in their respective high schools, and who also show great promise for the future. This award includes a full tuition and fees grant for any undergraduate degree of the awardee's choice.
SAN IGNACIO DE LOYOLA MERIT SCHOLARSHIP (SIDL) The San Ignacio de Loyola Merit Scholarship for Public High School Students is awarded yearly to freshman applicants from public or state-supported high schools across the country. These students must have distinguished themselves in both academic and co-curricular involvement in their respective high schools and more importantly, show the potential to become future leaders and catalysts for national development. This award includes a full tuition and fees grant for any undergraduate degree of the awardee's choice.
DIRECTOR'S LIST SCHOLARSHIP The Loyola Schools Director's List Scholarship is an academic grant awarded to the top freshman applicants to the Loyola Schools who have stood out and have done very well in the Ateneo College Entrance Test (ACET), in their academics, as well as in co-curricular activities. For School Year 2015-16, each Director's List awardee was given a P50,000 scholarship grant. The Loyola Schools recognizes in these students great promise, a vast potential to contribute and enrich the university community and the Philippines. In and through them, the Loyola Schools hopes to continue its tradition of excellence in academics and service to God and nation.
FR. THOMAS B. STEINBUGLER, SJ ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP The Fr. Thomas B. Steinbugler, S.J. Academic Scholarship is an academic grant awarded to Valedictorians and Salutatorians of Jesuit High Schools who are accepted to the Loyola Schools. Upon presentation of a certification from the high school principal, a Valedictorian receives a 100% Tuition and Fees Scholarship while a Salutatorian receives a 50% Tuition and Fees Scholarship.
FR. BIENVENIDO F. NEBRES, SJ SCIENCE ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP The Fr. Bienvenido F. Nebres, S.J. Science Academic Scholarship is an academic award granted to Valedictorians and Salutatorians of science high schools who are accepted to the Loyola Schools in any degree program under the School of Science and Engineering. Upon presentation of a certification from the high school principal, a Valedictorian will receive a 100% Tuition and Fees Scholarship while a Salutatorian will receive a 50% Tuition and Fees Scholarship.
ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIPS Athletic Scholarships are awarded to student-athletes who have excelled in sports and academics. Aside from being financially challenged, applicants must have outstanding athletic ability and must be a recipient of awards in their specific sport. Applicants must complete the Athletic Scholarship Application Form from the University Athletics Office and secure the recommendation of the Ateneo coach and program head for the sport.
GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE SCHOLARSHIPS All applicants are encouraged to take qualifying examinations given by various government agencies, private groups, or foundations, specifically, DOST-SEI, CHED, and GSIS. Awardees may come to the Ateneo under such scholarships. For the Deparment of Science and Technology-Science Education Institute scholarships, please click here. For the Commission on Higher Education scholarships, please click here. For the Government Service Insurance System scholarships, please click here.
FINANCIAL AID GRANTS Application Applicants for scholarship must fill out a Scholarship/Financial Aid Questionnaire. This form must be secured and submitted together with the Application for Admission form. Application for scholarship does not influence in any way the decision concerning acceptance into the college. Scholarship applicants, therefore, should not wait for the decision on their application for admission before securing or submitting a scholarship application form. With limited scholarship slots each year, the Committee on Admission and Aid makes its decision on each application after carefully examining the results of the Ateneo College Entrance Test (ACET) together with the academic record of the applicant, the family's finances and school recommendations. Criteria for Selection Financial Aid grantees are selected on the basis of: a) financial need as clearly evident in the Scholarship/Financial Aid Questionnaire b) intellectual ability and proven consistent academic performance c) service to the community and potential for greater service in the future. Types of Grant Financial aid takes various forms: a) 25% tuition and fees b) 50% tuition and fees c) 75% tuition and fees d) 100% tuition and fees e) book and/or transportation allowance f) dormitory assistance Program of Study and Tenure of Award Scholarships and financial grants are awarded to students in all programs of study in the Loyola Schools. The grant is given for a year only. It may be renewed upon evaluation of the student's continued financial need and above satisfactory academic performance. It covers Summer and Introductory Courses if these are required.
How can I apply for financial aid? An applicant must secure a Scholarship/Financial Aid Questionnaire together with the Application Form for Admission. This has no extra charge. The Questionnaire is to be submitted with the following requirements: Parents’ detailed and well-written personal letter about the family’s financial situation and the urgent need for continued financial assistance. Ateneo’s support may be reduced or terminated to provide scholarships to other more needy students. For each presently employed parent AND unmarried sibling of scholar residing with the family, submit the following: Certificate of Employment & Compensation (including bonuses, commissions, and allowances). OFW’s must submit copy of employment contract. Annual Income Tax Return or Certificate of Compensation Payment/Tax Withheld for 2015. Please indicate in your personal letter if exempted from filing an ITR or reason for non-filing. Photocopy of pay slips for the last 3 months. If parents are self-employed/own a business or home industry, submit the following: A detailed description of the nature of work or business Income & Expense Financial Statement for 2015 Annual Income Tax Return for 2015. Please indicate in your personal letter if exempted from filing an ITR or reason for non-filing If applicable, PHOTO of building/establishment/place of business. If parents are retired or were retrenched within the past three years, submit a copy of the Certificate of Retirement or Separation with the amount of retirement/separation benefits received. Photocopy of electric bill and, if applicable, photocopy of credit card billing statement for the last 3 months. CLEAR PHOTO of permanent residence (front view), and main and dirty kitchen (with refrigerator in the photo). If residing in a building/condominium/apartment, please submit a photo of the whole building. Application for financial aid does not influence in any way the result of one’s application for admission. Is there an income cut-off for application? None. Is there a separate exam for scholarship? There is no separate test for those applying for financial assistance. What are the criteria for selection of incoming Freshman scholars? The Scholarship committee evaluates the following: ACET results High school grades and rank in school; honors and awards received Sense of service and leadership potential as reflected in student’s extra-curricular involvement Desire to be part of the Ateneo community Can families who already have Ateneo scholars still apply for financial aid? Yes, an incoming freshman who has an older brother or sister who have enjoyed scholarships or are presently scholars, may still apply for financial aid. Alumni scholars with jobs are expected to help out in covering the sibling applicant’s school expenses. If I didn’t get a scholarship this year, can I still apply the following year? Yes, a 25% to 50% Tuition and Fees (TF) grant may be applied for by Upperclassmen. Some 50 - 60 students are granted scholarships every first semester depending on availability of funds.
ATENEO PLACEMENT OFFICE The Ateneo Placement Office (APO) assists graduates in finding employment appropriate to their individuality for positive contribution to self, family, and society through a comprehensive Career Development Program and Networking with the four market sectors: industries, government offices/agencies, NGOs, and schools/colleges. Juniors are placed for practicum in these market sectors. Companies requesting Ateneo graduate referrals must submit the following: 1. Letter of Intent addressed to: Ms. Carla S. Siojo Director Ateneo Placement Office Contents: Job Openings (title, functions) Qualifications of Applicants Application Procedure 2. SEC Registration (first page only) 3. Company Profile Send your documents by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or fax (426-6077)
ADVANCE PLACEMENT PROGRAM Unlike the CEP, assessing a student’s qualification for the Advanced Placement is left to the discretion of the core departments concerned: they may wish to use the results of the Ateneo College Entrance Test, if applicable, or administer a different examination, whether oral or written. They may also confer this status on a student by virtue of his or her having received an excellent mark in the same course from his or her high school. Like the CEP, the Advanced Placement status is given to students who, as a result of a strong secondary education or other forms of formal or non-formal training, have already achieved the learning objectives of particular courses required in the core curriculum. The APP does not exempt the student from a course; the students are asked to replace the course with a more advanced course in the same discipline. This program is designed to help gifted students push further the boundaries of their learning. Courses included in the APP are English 11 (Communication in English I), Foreign Language and Culture (Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Russian, Bahasa Indonesia, Japanese, Korean or Mandarin), and Filipino 11 (Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan sa Filipino I).
The Ateneo Career Fair Magazine There is also an annual career fair magazine. All company participants and sponsors have advertisements in this publication, which all seniors and super seniors (fourth year and fifth year students) receive together with the kit sponsored by Unilever (this year’s main presenter). Contact details of all the participating companies and company indexes are found in this magazine, along with articles that could inspire Ateneo students to fly high towards a bright future.
Loyola Schools Office of Placement and Career Services is committed to assist graduates find employment appropriate to their individuality for positive contribution to self, family and society through Career Development Programs and networking with the four market sectors. Partner Companies Main Presentors – Unilever Group Sponsors – Careers at Ayala Group & Jollibee Major Sponsors – Amalgamated Investment Bancorporation, China Bank, CITI, Coca Cola Philippines FEMSA, Del Monte Philippines, Inc., Deutsche Bank Philippines, FACTSET, Globe TeleCom, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, POINTWEST, Procter and Gamble Philippines, Security Bank, SMART TeleCom, CEMEX, Mister Donut, TOKYO TOKYO, straightarrow, Minor Sponsors – Aboitiz, Accenture, Colgate-Palmolive Phil., Delaware Consulting, FPH a Lopez Group Company, GSK, HSBC, INDRA, Kambi, Loreal Philippines, MERALCO, MAX1 Activation INC., Maybank, MEGAWORLD, PNB, PWC, Rockwell Primaries, UNION Bank, EXTRADE, ODFJELL, WIDEOUT
Internship Program Components Basic Orientation Seminar (BOS) During the BOS, interns are trained on human rights issues and laws and equipped with skills needed in human rights advocacy, such as conducting paralegal trainings and handling legal aid cases for indigent clients. Immersion The Immersion phase is a weeklong live-in arrangement with a host family from an identified vulnerable sector. It provides the interns with a concrete experience of living with a marginalized group. Through this, interns learn about the issues affecting vulnerable groups. Internship Proper During the Internship Proper, interns are assigned to human rights groups/ non-government organizations that cater to or deal with issues of workers, peasants, fisherfolk, urban poor, women, children, the environment, indigenous cultural communities, detention prisoners, and migrant workers. Through this, interns are able to learn and apply the law, and in the process, serve those who are in need of access to justice. Evaluation, Planning, Rest, and Recreation The final phase is a culminating activity where the participants reflect on their recent human rights experience and unwind after a long summer. The evaluation is followed by planning sessions, where the new interns are given the opportunity to participate in planning activities that would give them avenues to continue doing human rights work with the Center.
Internship Opportunities A student intern must be endorsed by the Department Head / Internship Coordinator of his/her School. The endorsement letter must be addressed to the Dean and should state the following: 1. Internship scope/ target tasks/ What is expected from the internship experience 2. Required number of internship hours The intern should also submit his/ her curriculum vitae with a letter of intent addressed to the Dean stating why he/she chooses ASoG for the internship program. Please submit the requirements to email@example.com.
The recently held ASEAN Career Fair (ACF) in Singapore gathered undergraduate and graduate students alike who wish to do internship abroad and find opportunities for employment in Japan in several fields such as of engineering, heavy industries, and consulting.
Semestral Break Internship Program The Semestral Break Internship Program (SBIP) is a two-week program where law students are assigned to live for a week with marginalized groups to expose them to different grassroots issues. In preparation for the immersion, they undergo a four-day Basic Orientation Seminar. After the immersion, the students reflect on their experiences during the evaluation phase.
SALIGAN Internship Program As part of its mission, SALIGAN promotes alternative lawyering and participates in the formation of law students. This is done primarily through SALIGAN’s Internship Program. The Program accepts interns every year. Application for the program begins every March. After screening and interview, successful applicants are notified usually in mid-April. The program ends in March of the following school year but the interns have the option to continue the program until they graduate in the law school. Join Our Internship Program If you are a second- or third-year law student, make a contribution as an intern for two years at SALIGAN. Here’s how: Attend our one-day forum. Inquire at our office on how we can conduct an introductory seminar for interns at your law school. At this forum, we’ll talk about SALIGAN’s extensive work in alternative law, what you can do and how to apply. Get interviewed. Applicants will be screened prior to selection. You’re qualified if you are willing and open to be trained as an alternative lawyer in the future, and report for work at our office at least four hours a week. Attend the orientation. Attend the three-day orientation on the laws and issues affecting women, the labor, peasant and urban poor sectors, local governance, the environment, among other issues. And one day gender sensitivity training and another one day for the popular education training. Join our immersion program. Participate in an intensive five-day immersion program with other law students at SALIGAN’s areas of operation. You will also be attending the orientation and post-immersion seminars after your stay with the basic sectors and local communities we work with. Get a unit assignment. Interns will be assigned to a specific unit among our five programs for women, workers, farmers and fishers, the urban poor, and local governance. After six months with your assigned unit, you will possibly be transferred to another unit for another six months. Learn more outside the classroom. You’ll be exposed to continuing seminars to enhance your university knowledge and skills, and more importantly, deepen your commitment to developmental law. Also, with your assigned unit, you’ll be supervised and trained in drafting pleadings, legal consultations, and court appearances. Write and research. You’ll work on research projects on the administration of justice for the basic sectors. We want your input and insight on legal cases, our publications, and paralegal training. Teach others, too. You’ll assist us as researchers, resource speakers, facilitators, or popular educators when we conduct paralegal education seminars to grassroots leaders and members of people’s organizations. Be an advocate. We want your assistance in our advocacy campaigns. You will draft laws or ordinances, and formulate policy or position papers.
Summer Internship And Replication Program The Summer Internship Program (SIP) is implemented for two months, during the summer break of the law school. It has four components: Basic Orientation Seminar, Immersion, Internship Proper, and Evaluation and Planning.
Based on the study made by London-based Quacquarelli Symonds, Ateneo de Manila ranked 24th in the World University Rankings by Subject 2012 (Arts and Humanities – English Language and Literature).
Ateneo de Manila University Ranked 501-550 in 2015 QS World University Rankings published annually by the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS). According to QS website, the rankings "help students make informed comparisons between their international study options."
Exchange Students International Student Exchange Program at the Ateneo Study at the Ateneo as an international exchange student and get a chance to learn at one of the oldest and finest Jesuit-administered institutions in the heart of South East Asia. With a strong tradition of academic excellence, the Ateneo offers a high standard curriculum, an excellent faculty, and first-rate facilities. Eligibility To be eligible for the exchange program, students must have the following qualifications: 1. Must be officially enrolled in one of Ateneo's partner institutions. The partner institution must have an existing student exchange agreement with Ateneo. 2. Must have completed at least one year of education in their home institution at the time of the application. 3. For non-native English speakers, must show proof of proficiency in English language such as TOEFL, IELTS, or other certificates.
Application Procedures for Undergraduate Exchange Students Loyola Campus Applicants must submit the following requirements: 1. Undergraduate Application Form 2. Original transcript of records (TOR) with English translation, if necessary 3. Photocopy of passport bio-page 4. Letter of Nomination/Endorsement from International Office (certifying that the applicant is an official exchange student from partner university) 5. Certificate of English Language Proficiency (for those whose mother-tongue is not English) - any of the three below: a. TOEFL (Paper based test) minimum score: 550 b. TOEFL (Internet Based Test) minimum score: 79 c. IELTS minimum score: 6.0 6. Medical Insurance 7. Health Certificate in English language (stating that the applicant is fit to travel and study abroad) 8. Arrival Form (with arrival details) 9. Housing/Accommodation Form 10. Two (2) pieces of 2”x2” photo (white background, no eyeglasses, contact lenses and headwear) Original copies of the above forms must be sent by the International Office of the applicant's home institution via express airmal to the following address: Office of International Relations Room 304, 3rd Floor, Faber Hall Ateneo de Manila University Loyola Heights 1108, Quezon City PHILIPPINES In addition, scanned copies of the above forms must be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Application Procedures for Graduate Exchange Students Loyola Campus Applicants must submit the following requirements: 1. Graduate Application Form (computer written only) 2. Authenticated by the Philippine Embassy: a. Bachelor’s degree transcript of records (TOR) in Native languageand English translation b. Certificate of Graduation/Diploma in Native language and English translation 3. Current graduate school transcript of records (TOR) 4. Photocopy of passport bio-page 5. Letter of Nomination/Endorsement from International Office (certifying that the applicant is an official exchange student from partner university) 6. Certificate of English Language Proficiency (for those whose mother- tongue is not English) - any of the three below: a. TOEFL (Paper based test) minimum score: 575 b. TOEFL (Internet Based Test) minimum score: 90 c. IELTS minimum score: 6.5 7. Medical Insurance 8. Health Certificate in English language (stating that the applicant is fit to travel and study abroad) 9. Arrival Form (with arrival details) 10. Housing/Accommodation Form 11. Two (2) pieces of 2”x2” photo (white background, no eyeglasses, contact lenses and headwear) Original copies of the above forms must be sent by the International Office of the applicant's home institution via express airmal to the following address: Office of International Relations Room 304, 3rd Floor, Faber Hall Ateneo de Manila University Loyola Heights 1108, Quezon City PHILIPPINES In addition, scanned copies of the above forms must be emailed to: email@example.com
Established in 1994, the Office of International Relations (formerly the Office of International Programs) supports Ateneo de Manila University's growing international linkages with universities, institutions, and organizations in Asia, Australia, North and South America and Europe. Under these cooperative relationships, the Ateneo has hosted visiting faculty and research fellows from institutions abroad. In turn, Ateneo faculty members have availed themselves of research grants and study programs in foreign countries. This international cooperation also includes active student exchange. Student exchange hosted by Ateneo takes two forms: one is the special Philippine Immersion Programs for a month or two for a small group of fifteen to eighteen students. The other is the usual exchange program where international students enroll for regular courses during the semesters.
ASIA China: East China Normal University, Guizhou University, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Huazhong Normal University, Lingnan (University) College, Peking University, Sun Yat-sen University, Beijing Language and Culture University, University of Macau, Xiamen University, Yunnan University of Finance and Economics Indonesia: Binus University, Institut Bisnis Nusantara, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Maranatha Christian University, Sanata Dharma University, Satya Wacana Christian University, Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Universitas Indonesia, Universitas Katolik Indonesia Atma Jaya Japan: Akita International University, Aomori Chuo Gakuin University, Aoyama Gakuin University, Chuo University, Doshisha University, Hitotsubashi University, International Christian University, J.F. Oberlin University, Josai International University, Kansai Gaidai University, Kobe College, Kobe University, Kumamoto University, Kwansei Gakuin University, Kyoto University, Kyushu University, Meiji University, Nagasaki University, Nagoya Gakuin University, Nanzan University, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Okinawa Christian Junior College, Osaka University, Rikkyo University, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Seisen University, Seinan Gakuin University, Soka University, Sophia University, Waseda University South Korea: Busan University of Foreign Studies, Catholic University of Korea, Catholic University of Daegu, Chung-Ang University, Daejeon University, Dong-A University, Dong-eui University, Ewha Womans University, Keimyung University, Korea University, Pai Chai University, Pukyong National University, Seoul National University, Sogang University, Woosong University, University of Incheon, Yonsei University Taiwan: Chung Chou Institute of Technology, Chung Yuan Christian University, Fu-jen Catholic University, National Sun Yat-sen University, Providence University, Soochow University, Southern Taiwan University India: Indian Institute of Foreign Trade Israel: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Malaysia: Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Singapore: Nanyang Technological University, National University of Singapore, Singapore Management University Thailand: Chulalongkorn University, Mahidol University, Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi, Thammasat University
EUROPE Austria: Management Center Innsbruck, Salzburg University of Applied Science, Upper Austria University of Applied Sciences Czech Republic: University of New York In Prague, Metropolitan University Prague, Tomas Bata University in Zlin France: Audencia Nantes - Ecole de Management, Ecole de Management de Normandie, Ecole Supérieure des Sciences Commerciales d'Angers, ESC Rennes School of Business, ESCE International Business School, ESPEME Business School, Groupe ESC Pau, Groupe ESC Dijon Buorgogne, Institut Catholique De Paris, Institut Catholique d’Arts et Métiers, Institut Catholique d’Etudes Supérieures, Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris, Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Bordeaux, Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Rennes, Kedge Business School, Mod'Art International, MIP Ecole de Management, Novancia Business School Paris, Sciences Po Lille, Telecom Ecole de Management, Toulouse Business School, Université Bordeaux, Université Catholique de Lille, Universite Catholique de L'Ouest, Université Catholique de Lyon, Université de Limoges, Université Montpellier 2, Université Nice Sophia Antipolis, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3, Université Technologie de Belfort Montbéliard, University of Provence Ireland: Institute of Technology Tallaght Netherlands: Han University of Applied Sciences, Leiden University College, The Hague Poland: Kozminski University, University of Warsaw Romania: Transylvania University of Brasov United Kingdom: Liverpool Hope University Belgium: ICHEC Brussels Management School, Universite Libre De Bruxelles Cyprus: Eastern Mediterranean University, University of Nicosia Germany: Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Hochschule Mittweida - University of Applied Sciences, Hochschule RhienMain University of Applied Sciences Wiesbaden Russelheim, Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Munich Business School, Philipps-Universitat Marburg, SRH Hochschule Berlin, Technische Universität Ilmenau, Technische Universität Munchen, Universität Passau, Universität Regensburg Italy: Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Italy, University of Calabria, Universita Ca' Foscai Venezia Norway: Norwegian University of Life Sciences Portugal: Universidade Nova de Lisboa Spain: Saint Louis University Madrid, IQS-Universidad Ramon Llull, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Universidad de Alcalà, Universidad de Castilla La Mancha, Universidad de Cordoba, Universidad de Deusto, Universidad de Malaga, Universidad del Pais Vasco, Universidad Loyola Andalucia, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Universidad Pontificia Comillas, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
AUSTRALIA - Australian Catholic University, Curtin University, La Trobe University, RMIT University, University of Newcastle, University of the Sunshine Coast, University of Sydney, University of Technology Sydney; New Zealand - Auckland University of Technology, Unitec, University of Otago
NORTH AMERICA: Canada - St. Paul University, University of Victoria, Université de Montreal Mexico - Universidad Iberoamericana Costa Rica - University of Peace United States of America - Boston College, Georgian Court University, Franklin College, Juniata College, Loyola Marymount University, Loyola University Chicago, Middle Tennessee State University, Regis University, Santa Clara University, Trinity College, University of California System, University of Delaware, University of Hawaii Manoa, University of the Incarnate Word, University of San Francisco, University of the Pacific, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Fordham University, Washington State University
SOUTH AMERICA Argentina - Universidad del Salvador Uruguay - Universidad Catolica de Uruguay Brazil - Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos
The Ateneo Art Gallery, widely recognized as the first museum of Philippine modern art, showcases works by postwar Filipino artists donated to the Ateneo de Manila University from 1959 to 1961 by the late Fernando Zobel de Ayala (1924-1984). An internationally renowned painter and art scholar, Zobel had intended his donation to be the start of a permanent Philippine contemporary collection for the University’s students in the liberal arts. Today, the Gallery is recognized as the country’s primary museum of modern art.
On March 16, 2016, the 1st female president of the male-dominated Ateneo Alumni Association (AAA) was sworn into office by University President Fr. Jett Villarin, SJ.
The Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) Foundation recently named Engr. Jose Ramon "Ping" Aliling as one of the 2015 TOYM Awardees under the category of Civil Engineering. Since the inception of TOYM in 1959, Ping is the first honoree to receive the award under the category of Civil Engineering. He graduated from the Ateneo Grade School in 1992 and the Ateneo High School in 1996.
Jose Rizal - Philippines National Hero was a man of incredible intellectual power, with amazing artistic talent as well. He excelled at anything that he put his mind to - medicine, poetry, sketching, architecture, sociology... the list seems nearly endless. Thus, Rizal's martyrdom by the Spanish colonial authorities, while he was still quite young, was a huge loss to the Philippines, and to the world at large. Jose Rizal Mercado attended the Ateneo Municipal de Manila, graduating at the age of 16 with highest honors. He took a post-graduate course there in land surveying.
Benigno S. Aquino III - Fifteenth President of the Philippines. Bachelor of Arts, Major in Economics, Ateneo de Manila University (1981)
Benigno Simeon Aquino Jr. (Ninoy Aquino) of the Philippines was a leading opponent of the rule of President Ferdinand Marcos (1917–1989), who governed the Philippines from 1966 to 1986. Aquino's opposition ended in August 1983 when, after living in the United States for three years, he returned to the Philippine capital of Manila and was assassinated (killed) at the airport. Aquino's death touched off massive demonstrations against President Marcos. He received private school trainings from various schools including Ateneo de Manila University.
Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. Fourteenth President of the Philippines. Masters of Arts in Economics, Ateneo de Manila University (1978) and also a Professor, Ateneo de Manila University (c.1977-1987)
Joseph Ejercito Estrada Thirteenth President of the Philippines. Ateneo de Manila High School (Attended until 1953)
Manuel "Mar" Araneta Roxas II (born May 13, 1957) is a Senator of the Philippines. He is the son of former Senator Gerry Roxas, and the grandson of former President Manuel Roxas. A graduate of the Wharton School of Economics, Roxas worked as an investment banker, mobilizing venture capital funds for small and medium enterprises. He served as the Representative of the 1st District of Capiz from 1993 to 2000. His stint as Congressman was cut short after he was appointed by President Joseph Estrada as Secretary of Trade and Industry. He resigned from the position at the height of the EDSA Revolution of 2001 and was later re-appointed by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo in her new Cabinet. He resigned again to run for a Senate seat in the 2004 Philippine election. He was elected as Senator with 19 million votes, the highest ever garnered by a national candidate in any Philippine election. Roxas attended Ateneo de Manila University for his elementary and high school graduation, then went to the United States to attend the Wharton School of Economics at the University of Pennsylvania, earning a degree in economics in 1979.
Fidel Valdez Ramos, byname Eddie Ramos (born March 18, 1928, Lingayen, Phil.) military leader and the twelfth President of the Philippines from 1992 to 1998. He was generally regarded as one of the most effective presidents in that nation’s history. Master in Business Administration, Ateneo de Manila University (1980)
Juan Luna is considered one of the greatest Filipino artists in Philippine history with masterpieces such as Spolarium, The Death of Cleopatra and Blood Compact. He received his degree in Bachelor of Arts at Ateneo de Manila and enrolled later at Escuela Nautica de Manila where he became a sailor. He took lessons under the famous painting teacher Lorenzo Guerrero and also enrolled at Academia de Dibujo y Pintura under the Spanish artist Agustin Saez.
Lea Salonga whose real name is Maria Lea Carmen Imutan Salonga was born on February 22, 1971 at Angeles, Pampanga Philippines. She was born to parents Feliciano Genuino Salonga and Ligaya Alcantara Imutan. Lea Salonga is one of the greatest Filipino talents known around the globe. The power of her voice brought her to gain all the achievements that she has to this date. - See more at: http://www.pinoystop.com/bio/celebrity-profile/276/lea-salonga-biography#sthash.rd2n9P7F.dpufLea Salonga was chosen to perform in the musical Miss Saigon taking the role of Kim in 1989 at the age of 17. She was the first ever pure blooded Filipina who won a Tony Award in Broadway musical through the musical Miss Saigon. Lea also performed for the singing voice of Disney princesses, Jasmine of Aladdin in 1992 and for Mulan in 1998 and 2004 respectively. In 1993 she teamed up with Brad Kane to sing the award winning song, A Whole New World of Disney’s Aladdin at the 65th Annual Academy Awards where the song has won an Oscar that year. In November 7, 2005.
SENATE PRESIDENT JUAN PONCE ENRILE Fifteenth Congress Upon the opening of the Fifteenth Congress on 26 July 2010, the honorable JUAN PONCE ENRILE was elected unanimously by his peers to the third highest position in the country, the Senate Presidency, a position he is now serving for the second time. He is now on his fourth term as Senator. He attended Ateneo de Manila University. Associate in Arts Cum Laude Class 1949.
Antonio Luna de San Pedro y Novicio-Ancheta - brilliant general under Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo during the Philippine revolution. was born on October 29, 1866 in the Binondo district of Manila. He was the seventh child of Laureana Novicio-Ancheta, a Spanish mestiza, and Joaquin Luna de San Pedro, a traveling salesman.He possessed strong skills in chemistry and other sciences, and in 1881 earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Ateneo Municipal de Manila.
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