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ADDU ranks 32nd in the Philippines’ Best Employers List for 2023 according to Statista and Philippine Daily Inquirer
The Philippine Daily Inquirer and Statista went through an extensive process to come up with The Philippines’ Best Employers for 2023. The list is the culmination of a vast and comprehensive research project that covered tens of thousands of evaluations, the...
The pandemic gave us an experience of how a virus can cause unexpected upheavals in our society. The changes wrought have resulted in a volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA) world. When the COVID 19 pandemic ends, there will still be wars, upheavals, and...
Protesters hold solidarity march against the lifting of the ban on open-pit mining in South Cotabato
by: Glenn S. Cantomayor, Rumel Adrian C. Dela Cruz, Johnyr M. Draper, Gabriel Vince C. Zablan Hundreds of people protested in front of the South Cotabato provincial capitol in Koronadal City on Thursday, May 19, against the lifting of the province’s 12-year-old...
The Ateneo program of studies seeks to develop the “whole person,” sound in mind and body.
Life in Ateneo
Ateneo life is dynamic and fun! The life of an Atenean in school is not just about academics but also about culture, arts, technology and many more.
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
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.
The Ateneo curriculum tries to integrate into the Atenean’s learning experience all the human functions: spiritual, sociocultural, intellectual and physical.
Senior High School
Ateneo Senior High School has one of the best structured K-12 preparations. Its fully articulated programs prepare students for work or for college life.
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.
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.