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COPERS participates in DRR consultations this week

(Davao City/June 30, 2015). Miriam College Social Work Department spearheads a first-ever multi-stakeholder seminar on the Management of the Dead and the Missing in Mass Emergencies and Extreme Disaster Events on 29-30 June 2015. The seminar is aimed at formulating... read more

COPERS visits partners for peace in Central Mindanao

(Pikit, North Cotabato/June 20, 2015). In the Muslim month of the Ramadhan, COPERS pursues its advocacy for the wellbeing of children in their home communities by beefing up library resources for the floating schools in Datu Montawal, Maguindanao and in Rajah Muda... read more

URC releases City-wide Social Survey (Series 3) results

The University Research Council through the Social Research Training and Development Office of Ateneo de Davao will have the research dissemination of the City-wide Social Survey Series 3. The research covered three districts of Davao City and data-gathering was done... read more
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The Ateneo program of studies seeks to develop the “whole person,” sound in mind and body.

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About Ateneo

The Ateneo is a product of over four centuries of educational experience of the Society of Jesus. This tradition started with the establishment of a College at Messina in 1547 by St. Ignatius of Loyola
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Admission Process

For School of Business and Governance/School of Nursing

Step (1) Fill out Application Form (obtain form at the SBG/CON Graduate School Office)
Step (2) Take the Entrance Examination
Step (3) After passing the entrance exam, submit the following documents:

* Official Transcript of Records
* NSO Authenticated Birth Certificate from Civil Registrar
* Authenticated Marriage Contract [Municipal Form 97-F.13] (for married applicants)
* Honorable Dismissal from last school attended
* Two 2"x2" color photos
Note: if foreign student applicant, comply requirements for international students.

(4) Submit to an interview by the Asst. Dean for Graduate Programs

For School of Arts and Sciences/School of Education/School of Engineering and Architecture

Step (1) Fill out Application Form (obtain form at the SAS Graduate School Office)
Step (2) Take Entrance Examination (Exam every Saturday, 8AM. Please register at least a day before the exam. Bring 1x1 photos and P291 exam fee.)
Step (3) After passing the entrance exam, submit the following documents:

* Official Transcript of Records
* NSO Authenticated Birth Certificate from Civil Registrar
* Authenticated Marriage Contract [Municipal Form 97-F.13] (for married applicants)
* Honorable Dismissal from last school attended
* Two 1"x1" color photos
* Two Recommendation Letters from current superior and company/ school officials
* Abstract of MS/MA Thesis (for PhD Applicants)
Note: if foreign student applicant, comply requirements for international students.

(4) Submit to an interview by the Asst. Dean for Graduate Programs

Local applicants who fail to submit the documents for evaluation may be admitted on a temporary basis, however, a student visa (or a valid visa which allows student to study) is needed for foreign students to be admitted into the University.

Application forms for admission are available at the Graduate School Office.

Transfer Student Applicants

Transfer student applicants are required to bring a copy of their undergraduate and graduate Transcript of Records. Graduate credits earned from other Philippine schools will be evaluated by the Program Coordinator. Those earned from foreign schools will be evaluated by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) upon the recommendation of the Program Coordinator/ Director and the Assistant Dean of the Graduate School.

The residence requirement is two (2) semesters in the Ateneo with a load of six (6) units per semester.

For more information, please contact:

THE DEPARTMENT CHAIRPERSON
Ateneo de Davao University
Roxas Avenue 8016 Davao City
Philippines
Fax (82) 226.4116

Arts and Sciences/ Education/ Engineering Programs: Tel +63 (82) 221.2411 local 8403 or 8405

Business and Governance Programs: Tel +63 (82) 221.2411 local 8401 or 8311

Nursing Programs: Tel +63 (82) 221.2411 local 8364

e-Mail: admissions@addu.edu.ph

Foreign Student Applicants

Foreign students should follow the requirements for International Students (please see the International Student Admissions), in addition to the requirements for the Graduate School. A valid visa is needed prior to registration/ enrollment in the graduate program.

For more information, please contact:

FOREIGN STUDENT ADMISSION DESK
Admission Office
Jubilee Hall
Ateneo de Davao University
Roxas Avenue 8016 Davao City
Philippines
Tel (82) 221.2411 local 8303

Requirements for New Student Applicants (Filipino Residents/Dual Citizens)

[For new high school graduate applicants who have Filipino citizenship]

Please provide 4 copies each document.
1) Original NOA from the Admission and Aid Director
2) High School Report Card [DepEd Form 138-A]
3) Certificate of good moral character
4) NSO Authenticated Birth Certificate
5) Authenticated Marriage Contract [Municipal Form 97-F.13](for married applicants)
6) Medical Certificate from the University Clinic
7) Four 1x1 ID photos
8) Interview by the Department Chair

Failure to submit all the required documents before the end of enrolment period will mean cancellation of your acceptance into the Ateneo. Accepted applicants will be enrolled upon submission of complete documents and passing the interview with the Department Chairperson. Confirmation of your allocated course will be made on a first-come-first-served basis. Those who confirm after a course or program is filled up have to accept a second choice.

Reuirements for Transfer Applicants (Filipino Residents/Dual Citizens)

[For college students/ former AdDU students who studied in another school with Filipino citizenship who intend to study in the University]

Click here to download Application Form for Transfer Students.

Please provide 4 copies of each document.
1) Original NOA from the Admission and Aid Director
2) Honorable Dismissal
3) Transcript of Records
4) Three Letters of Recommendation: School Head, Guidance Office and a faculty
5) Certificate of good moral character
6) NSO Authenticated Birth Certificate
7) Authenticated Marriage Contract [Municipal Form 97-F.13] (for married applicants)
8) Medical Certificate from the University Clinic
9) Four 1x1 ID photos
10) Course Outline containing Course Title, Course Description, and Course Content of subjects (For credit transfer purposes)
11) Interview by the Department Chair

Click here to Download Recommendation Form.

Failure to submit all the required documents before the end of enrolment period will mean cancellation of your acceptance into the Ateneo. Accepted applicants will be enrolled upon submission of complete documents and passing the interview with the Department Chairperson. Confirmation of your allocated course will be made on a first-come-first-served basis. Those who confirm after a course or program is filled up have to accept a second choice.

Transfer students who passed the ACAT may ask for credit validation of subjects/courses taken from previous school attended. A small number of transfer students are accepted into the University. If accepted, there is no guarantee as to the number of courses that will be validated or credited from the previous school. Generally only a few of the courses taken in previous school are transferred (credited) subject to the evaluation of the Department Chairpersons. Because of the structure of Ateneo curriculum, transfer students become irregular students who find good subjects/ schedule difficult to arrange. (Transfer students who finish two years in another college generally need at least three more years at the Ateneo to finish their degree.)

Courses taken from another school should be credited on the first semester/or summer (i.e.first enrolment) of studies at the University. No other course taken from another school may be credited after the first semester of studies in the University. The University reserves the right to evaluate courses taken from the previous school subject to the University standards and admission policies on credit transfer. Transfer students cannot take more than the regular load for the semester of the given program.

See FAQ for Transfer Students.

Additional Admission Requirements for BS Nursing Applicants

Applicants to the BS Nursing program are subject to the following additional requirements:
1) Urinalysis
2) CBC
3) Standard Chest X-ray
The medical lab procedure for the above tests must be done in University accredited medical laboratory. For more information, please call the University Integrated Health Services at (82) 221.2411 local 8337.

Requirements for Second Course Applicants (Filipino Residents & AdDU Graduates)

[For applicants who have an AdDU degree and have Filipino citizenship]

Please provide 4 copies of each document.
1) Honorable Dismissal if applicant has studied in another school after AdDU)
2) Transcript of Records
3) NSO Authenticated Birth Certificate
4) Authenticated Marriage Contract [Municipal Form 97-F.13] (for married applicants)
5) Medical Certificate from the University Clinic
6) Four 1x1 ID photos
7) Interview by the Department Chair

Failure to submit all the required documents before the end of enrolment will mean cancellation of your acceptance into the Ateneo. Accepted applicants will be enrolled upon submission of complete documents and passing the interview with the Program Director/Coordinator. Confirmation of your allocated course will be made on a first-come-first-served basis. Those who confirm after a course or program is filled up have to accept a second choice.

A small number of second course students are accepted into the University. If accepted, there is no guarantee as to the number of courses that will be validated or credited from the previous school. Generally only a few of the courses taken in previous school are transferred (credited) subject to the evaluation of the Department Chairpersons. Because of the structure of Ateneo curriculum, second course students become irregular students who find good subjects/schedule difficult to arrange. (Second course students who finish in another college generally need at least three more years at the Ateneo to finish their degree.)

Courses taken from another school should be credited on the first semester/or Summer (i.e first enrolment) of studies at the University. No other course taken from another school may be credited after the first semester of studies in the University. The University reserves the right to evaluate courses taken from the previous school subject to the University standards and admission policies on credit transfer. Second course students cannot take more than the regular load for the semester of the given program.

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For more information, please contact:

MR. IAN CLARK R. PARCON
Director
Admission and Aid Office
Jubilee Hall
Ateneo de Davao University
Roxas Avenue, 8016 Davao City
Philippines
+63 (82) 221.2411 local 8303
admissions@addu.edu.ph

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Graduate Programs

Learning is a continuing experience. Ateneo’s graduate programs are designed to help make men and women for others as they make an impact in their respective professional fields.
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Undergraduate Programs

The Ateneo curriculum tries to integrate into the Atenean’s learning experience all the human functions: spiritual, sociocultural, intellectual and physical. 
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K to 12

Touted with having one of the best structured preparations for K to 12, Ateneo’s fully articulated programs prepares the student for both work and college life. 
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Do Research

The University Research Council (URC) is mandated to promote, encourage and celebrate research and publication in the University. It is a collegial body of seven researching peers who are appointed by the University President.

It is one of three coequal Councils of the University.

Do research. Get published.

Get in touch with the University Research Council at research@addu.edu.ph.



Be Engaged

The UCEAC is the President’s recommendatory and implementing arm on all matters pertaining to community engagement and advocacy activities.

It coordinates, recognizes, celebrates and promotes a culture of community engagement and advocacy in the University through its centers and institutes so that the University can be of greater relevance to the communities and peoples that it serves.

Be engaged. Find out how.

Send an email to the University Community Engagement and Advocacy Council (UCEAC) at uceac@addu.edu.ph.