School Overview
  • ADMU
School Name :
Ateneo de Manila University
Acronym :
ADMU
School Type :
Private
Academic Calendar :
Bi-Semestral
Year Founded :
1859
Religious Affiliation :
Roman Catholic (Jesuit)
Colors :
Blue and White
Hymn :
A Song For Mary
Motto :
Light in the Lord
Mascot :
Blue Eagle





How to contact the School?

Address : Loyola Heights, Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City
Contact Number : 4266001
Email : [email protected]
Website : http://www.ateneo.edu/


School Summary

The Ateneo de Manila University (Filipino: Pamantasang Ateneo de Manila; also referred to as “Ateneo de Manila” or simply “the Ateneo”) is a Roman Catholic private teaching and research university run by the Society of Jesus in the Philippines. It is the oldest Jesuit school in the Philippines and the third-oldest university in the Philippines, tracing its roots to 1859 when the City of Manila handed control of the Escuela Municipal de Manila in Intramuros, Manila, to the Jesuits. It remained a state-subsidized institution through the Spanish colonial period, offering primary, secondary and bachillerato education. It was privatized during the American occupation of the Philippines in the first half of the 20th century. The Ateneo de Manila awarded its first postgraduate degrees in 1949, and received its university charter in 1959.



How much is the Tuition Fee?

Bachelors Degree Php 12,000 - 15,000 per year
Masters Degree Php 15,000 - 18,000 per year

Are Financial Aid and Scholarship avaiable?

At Ateneo, deserving but financially challenged students undergraduates can apply for Ateneo College Scholarship Program. 17 to 18% of full time undergraduates  enjoy various scholarship support which covers up 100% in tuition fees, book and/or transportation allowance and dormitory assistance.

Scholarship Programs Offered:

  • Financing Your Ateneo Education
  • Ateneo Freshman Merit Scholarship
  • San Ignacio de Loyola Merit Scholarship
  • Director's List Scholarship
  • Fr. Thomas B. Steinbugler, SJ, Academic Scholarship
  • Fr. Bienvenido F. Nebres, SJ, Science Academic Scholarship
  • Jose P. Rizal Academic Scholarship
  • Athletic Scholarship
  • Government and Private Scholarships


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Published on 1:00 pm

Since we can’t go inside the Loyola Heights campus yet, we’re bringing you some scenes from the campus.We hope to see each other on campus very soon. Until then, stay home, and stay safe.Photos taken 26 May 2020. #ateneo #loyolaheights #admu

Since we can’t go inside the Loyola Heights campus yet, we’re bringing you some scenes from the campus

Since we can’t go inside the Loyola Heights campus yet, we’re bringing you some scenes from the campus.

We hope to see each other on campus very soon. Until then, stay home, and stay safe.

Photos taken 26 May 2020. #ateneo #loyolaheights #admu
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Source: Ateneo de Manila University

 

Comment on Facebook

I love this school. Thank you ateneo 🙏

I can hardly recognize many of these places after 25 years. It’s good to be back through these beautiful photos.

Miss you so much, Ateneo, if only i can bring back the time...more than 28 solid years😔😔😔

These are the places where I had my running and jogging twice a week...good not so old days🥰

Missed this campus, a place where I had my graduate study for 3 years.

Nostalgia... Have't been here since my daughter graduated 2years ago

Love from France ❤️ We are ateneans!

I miss this one brings back the good ole memories

Missing my college campus 😍

I love this campus

I love and miss this place..

I miss the campus!

Church of the Gesu please! 😍

Thank you ADMU! 🥰🥰🥰

Miss ateneo. My son misses evryone wnd everything here

Chernobyl eerie.

Dream school

Dream school💙

Any high school.and grade school pics?

Thank u Ateneo

I miss this...

Salamat...

Renfred Chua

Almira Raquel Eusebio

John Palma

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Published on 7:00 am

Pabaon 2020

Before we send you off our dearest graduating students, here are some congratulatory messages and well-wishes from the members of the Loyola Schools community

Before we send you off our dearest graduating students, here are some congratulatory messages and well-wishes from the members of the Loyola Schools community.

#pabaon2020
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Source: Ateneo de Manila University

Published on 6:00 am

Campus Ministers On-Air | 26 May 20 | Zooming wtih God: The Online Retreat Experience

LIVE

May 26th

Ateneo de Manila University

LIVE | In a time of social distancing and quarantine, we find ways to connect to God through digital means. Let us find out more as online retreat participants share first hand experiences with our Campus Ministers On-Air (or Online)
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#RadyoKatipunan
#EpisodesFromHome
#cmoonair
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Source: Ateneo de Manila University

 

Comment on Facebook

Hi Atenian's!

Amen🙏🙏🙏

sana mtawagan nyo po aku.

amen 🙏

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Published on 3:54 am

The Office of the Vice President for the Loyola Schools is pleased to announce the Program Awardees of Class of 2020

The Office of the Vice President for the Loyola Schools is pleased to announce the Program Awardees of Class of 2020. Congratulations, Ateneans! AMDG!

School of Humanities
John Vincent D. Musico (English)
Romina Rafaelle D. Gavino (Interdisciplinary Studies)
Mark Christian C. de Jesus (Philosophy)
Kathleen R. Quema (Creative Writing)
Cid I. Gonzales (information Design)
Maria Teresa Gabriella J. Oppen (Theater Arts)

John Gokongwei School of Management
Cara Isabela S. De Jesus (Management)
Martina Dominique J. Serrano (Communications Technology Management)
Danielle Mary I. Yupangco (Legal Management)
Lucia Carmen D. Lorenzo (Management Engineering)
Byron Kester B. Uy (Information Technology Entrepreneurship)

School of Science and Engineering
Rose Bernadette Y. Aspirin (Biology)
Miguel Mari C. Dobles (Life Sciences)
Yumi L. Briones (Chemistry)
Christopher William S. Dizon (Computer Science)
Patricia Nicole G. Uy (Digital Game Design and Development)
Javier Senen A. Sarmiento (Management Information Systems)
Richmond Roi B. Rodriguez (Electronics Engineering)
Jerome Michael D. Jacob (Computer Engineering)
Bret Michaels S. De Leon (Environmental Science)
Katsuya O. Akamatsu (Materials Science and Engineering)
Lianna Zion M. Lofranco (Applied Mathematics with Specialization in Mathematical Finance)
Joseph Raymund G. Sanchez (Physics)
Katsuya O. Akamatsu (Applied Physics)

School of Social Sciences
Samantha Mae G. Dacanay (Communication)
Angelika Grace N. Afurong (Economics)
Anica Margarita P. Sarmiento (Management Economics)
Eunice B. Tiongson (European Studies Program)
Robyn Louise S. Dy (Political Science)
Maria Celina P. De Luna (Psychology)
Frances Katreen Marie D. Catipon (Social Sciences)

Mulry Award
Emmanuel B. Lacadin
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Source: Ateneo de Manila University

 

Comment on Facebook

Congratulations to all!

Jopie BeccaGavino Grabe talaga ang genes!!! How to be you po???? Congratulations!!!

OBF!

Congrats mga ka atenista

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Published on 10:11 am

Twitter feed video.

Here are some scenes from the Loyola Heights campus, 26 May 2020

Here are some scenes from the Loyola Heights campus, 26 May 2020.

We hope to see each other on campus very soon. Until then, stay home, and stay safe. #ateneo

Source: Ateneo de Manila

Published on 8:11 am

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On the next "Acts of Magis," Dr Ma Regina Hechanova will discuss the challenges and prospects for the online delivery of mental health support in the Philippines

On the next "Acts of Magis," Dr Ma Regina Hechanova will discuss the challenges and prospects for the online delivery of mental health support in the Philippines. The forum will be live on 29 May 2020, 4pm PH time, at https://t.co/0w5OS30a4u #COVID19

Source: Ateneo de Manila

Published on 4:54 am

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Mark the dates, Ateneans

Mark the dates, Ateneans! To all graduating students, kindly check your obf or https://t.co/VqIi1vZzRt accounts for the Google Meet live streaming invitation of your respective school pabaon. 💙

Source: Ateneo de Manila

Published on 8:49 am

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It's difficult to properly celebrate the life of Fr

It's difficult to properly celebrate the life of Fr. Adolfo while following strict capacity and distancing rules, but we know that we are joined by millions around the world, in hearts and minds, as we say farewell to our dear brother Nico.

Source: Society of Jesus

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