School Overview
  • UE_MANILA
School Name :
University of the East-Manila
Acronym :
UE
School Type :
Private
Academic Calendar :
Bi-Semestral
Year Founded :
1946
Religious Affiliation :
Non sectarian
Colors :
Red and White
Hymn :
Pamantasan Ka Naming Mahal (The UE Hymn)
Motto :
Tomorrow Begins in the East.
Mascot :
Red Warrior Lualhati





How to contact the School?

Address : Claro M. Recto Avenue, Sampaloc, City of Manila, First District 1008
Contact Number : (632) 735-85-77
Email : admission@ue.edu.ph
Website : https://www.ue.edu.ph


School Summary

The University of the East (Filipino: Pamantasan ng Silangan) and commonly abbreviated as U.E.) is a private nonsectarian university located in University Belt Area, district of Sampaloc, Manila and in Samson Road Caloocan City Philippines. The university was founded in 1946 as a coeducational institution. Once labeled as the “Largest University in Asia” in terms of population, UE became the first university in Asia to have an enrollment of over 60,000 students.

Professional Regulations Commission Statistics

Overall Performance :
This data shows PRC Board Rating Statistics
All Profession : 9999 - 0


How much is the Tuition Fee?

Bachelor's degree Php 76,000-80,000 per year
Master's degree Php 28,000-53,000 per year

Are Financial Aid and Scholarship avaiable?

The University of the East-Manila is highly committed to admitting the best students and providing increased access to quality higher education. University of the East-Manila also provides other forms of financial assistance to qualified students applying or enrolled at the University.

Scholarship Programs Offered:

  • University President Scholarship
  • University Scholarship
  • College Scholarship
  • President Francisco Dalupan, Sr. Scholarship (PFDS)
  • UE-Tan Yan Kee Foundation, Inc. Scholarship
For more information: https://www.ue.edu.ph/manila/main.html?page=scholar&link=main


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Published on 8:35 am

Future Warrior College and Grade 11 Students: Please be advised that you can now take your UE entrance test on a non-holiday Monday to Saturday!

Prospective college freshmen of school year 2020-2021 and Grade 11 students of SY 2020-20201 can now take the UE College Entrance Test (UE-CET) and the UE Competency and Interest Assessment (UE-CAIA), respectively, on a non-holiday Monday to Saturday starting this first week of October. Applicants have to be at the UE Admissions Office of either UE Manila or UE Caloocan by 8 a.m. or 1 p.m. on their selected test date.

While the UE-CET and the UE-CAIA are taken in person in UE, aspiring students can apply for the test online, here: https://www.ue.edu.ph/onlineadmission/main.html
.

You can also walk in and apply in person at the UE Admissions Office on the day that you wish to take the test.

On your chosen test date, please be at the UE Admissions Office with the following:
1. your current school ID
2. two pieces of your latest 2 x 2 ID photo
3. a pencil with an eraser
4. the UE-CET fee of 400 pesos or the UE-CAIA fee of 300 pesos (to be paid for inside UE).

Further inquiries are welcome by contacting the UE Admissions Office via tel. no. 835-5471 local 398 or 399 or 8735-8577 (UE Manila) or tel. no. 8367-4572 local 160 or 367-4787 (UE Caloocan), within Mondays to Saturdays (except holidays), within 8 a.m. to 12 noon or within 1 to 5 p.m..

Thank you and we hope to welcome you to UE, future Warrior Students!

#UEEntranceTest
#CheersforTomorrow
#TomorrowBeginsintheEast

Future Warrior College and Grade 11 Students

October 14th

University of the East (UE)

Future Warrior College and Grade 11 Students: Please be advised that you can now take your UE entrance test on a non-holiday Monday to Saturday!

Prospective college freshmen of school year 2020-2021 and Grade 11 students of SY 2020-20201 can now take the UE College Entrance Test (UE-CET) and the UE Competency and Interest Assessment (UE-CAIA), respectively, on a non-holiday Monday to Saturday starting this first week of October. Applicants have to be at the UE Admissions Office of either UE Manila or UE Caloocan by 8 a.m. or 1 p.m. on their selected test date.

While the UE-CET and the UE-CAIA are taken in person in UE, aspiring students can apply for the test online, here: www.ue.edu.ph/onlineadmission/main.html
.

You can also walk in and apply in person at the UE Admissions Office on the day that you wish to take the test.

On your chosen test date, please be at the UE Admissions Office with the following:
1. your current school ID
2. two pieces of your latest 2" x 2" ID photo
3. a pencil with an eraser
4. the UE-CET fee of 400 pesos or the UE-CAIA fee of 300 pesos (to be paid for inside UE).

Further inquiries are welcome by contacting the UE Admissions Office via tel. no. 835-5471 local 398 or 399 or 8735-8577 (UE Manila) or tel. no. 8367-4572 local 160 or 367-4787 (UE Caloocan), within Mondays to Saturdays (except holidays), within 8 a.m. to 12 noon or within 1 to 5 p.m..

Thank you and we hope to welcome you to UE, future Warrior Students!

#UEEntranceTest
#CheersforTomorrow
#TomorrowBeginsintheEast
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Future Warrior College and Grade 11 Students: Please be advised that you can now take your UE entrance test on a non-holiday Monday to Saturday!

Prospective college freshmen of school year 2020-2021 and Grade 11 students of SY 2020-20201 can now take the UE College Entrance Test (UE-CET) and the UE Competency and Interest Assessment (UE-CAIA), respectively, on a non-holiday Monday to Saturday starting this first week of October. Applicants have to be at the UE Admissions Office of either UE Manila or UE Caloocan by 8 a.m. or 1 p.m. on their selected test date.

While the UE-CET and the UE-CAIA are taken in person in UE, aspiring students can apply for the test online, here: https://www.ue.edu.ph/onlineadmission/main.html
.

You can also walk in and apply in person at the UE Admissions Office on the day that you wish to take the test.

On your chosen test date, please be at the UE Admissions Office with the following:
1. your current school ID
2. two pieces of your latest 2 x 2 ID photo
3. a pencil with an eraser
4. the UE-CET fee of 400 pesos or the UE-CAIA fee of 300 pesos (to be paid for inside UE).

Further inquiries are welcome by contacting the UE Admissions Office via tel. no. 835-5471 local 398 or 399 or 8735-8577 (UE Manila) or tel. no. 8367-4572 local 160 or 367-4787 (UE Caloocan), within Mondays to Saturdays (except holidays), within 8 a.m. to 12 noon or within 1 to 5 p.m..

Thank you and we hope to welcome you to UE, future Warrior Students!

#UEEntranceTest
#CheersforTomorrow
#TomorrowBeginsintheEast

Source: University of the East (UE)

 

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Published on 6:18 pm

UE SHS Profs, Students are Trailblazers in International Research Conference

No challenge is too difficult to surmount for an academic workforce that receives overwhelming support from its own community and administration. Breakthrough is certain for an institution whose foundation lies in the learners and the faculty alike.

Such is the case of the UE Manila research team that carved a name for the University in a recent CamTESOL Research Conference, a Cambodia-based conference for professionals in the field of English language teaching and related issues―TESOL referring to the profession of teaching English to speakers of other languages.

Fostering the culture of research and popularizing its research capabilities in the international arena, the University of the East-Manila Basic Education Department sent four faculty members and seven student research-presenters in the 15th Annual CamTESOL Research Conference in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, early this year, on February 15-17. 

Led by Prof. Arnold Nicholas Santos, the English Department Coordinator, the team was comprised by three other faculty presenters of the said Department―Prof. Hermie C. Visaya, Prof. Jean Syrah S. Macalalad and Prof. Kim Tony Dizon―and seven student presenters―Trixie Martan Tambuyat, Myrea Manely Caccam, Ela Rae Vaño and Dominique De Guzman of STL12-3P, Raymundo Miguel Pineda of STE12-5M, Anamor Loraine Rojas of ABM12-3P, and John Mark Ico of ABM12-1M, all then-graduating SHS students of UE Manila.

Working on language methodology, Profs. Santos, Visaya and Macalalad presented their paper titled “Demystifying the Second Language Anxiety of Filipino ESL Teachers,” which zeroed in on identifying preponderant causes of language anxiety and fear of negative evaluation among English-as-a-second-language teachers and their quintessential effects on the effectiveness of ESL instruction. 

Meanwhile, Prof. Dizon, Ms. Rojas and Mr. Ico presented “Correlates on the Relationship of ELearning Utilization towards the Grammar Proficiency of Filipino L2 Learners.” Their paper dealt with the use of computer-assisted software and applications like YouTube and their capacity in enhancing the grammar learning of students. 

Ms. Vaño, Ms. Tambuyat and Ms. Caccam made up an all-student research team that pioneered in the creation of a motivation technique called “Triangulum Method,” as applied in language pedagogy, in their research titled “Everything Works Best in Three: A New Motivation Technique in the Teaching and Learning of English.”

On one hand, Mr. Pineda and Ms. De Guzman, in their paper titled “Factors Affecting the Languge Use of Students in Writing Formal Essays,” applied Corders Error Analysis on students’ formal essays, whose results were used in identifying factors underlying such problems in writing. 

The Universitys red and white soared as the UE SHS team emerged triumphant in the research conference, attaining the feat of bringing in the youngest set of presenters in this highly intellectual engagement of experts working on ELT.

The then senior high school students defied the odds despite their young stance and proved true that with the right coaching, on top of their personal motivation to explore a new field, efforts will come to fruition. But their success did not happen overnight. There had been a confluence of efforts from different individuals checking on literature lapses, presentation rehearsals, and pre-departure checklists.

This successful research venture also signified how eager the teacher-mentors of UE Manila’s Basic Education Department are in teaching the learners, to awaken their innate potentials and discover natural intelligence through various means, as exemplified by their involvement in research undertakings such as this.

This three-day research conference was held at the Institute of Technology of Cambodia (ITC). With “Teachers as Learners” as theme, the conference sought to provide a platform for the sharing of best practices, latest updates and prospects of the ELT industry. 

To ensure maximum intellectual exchanges, the conference held several plenary talks and discussions and parallel sessions for research presentations, with our teachers and students as active participants. Sessions were categorized according to the key areas of ELT, such as language teaching/methodology and acquisition, second/foreign language, grammar and linguistics, literature teaching, and technology integration, to name a few. 

As widely noticed by the other participants, the UE SHS students were the only high school-level presenters who participated in the international conference, in the process receiving scholarly appreciation from both Filipino and foreign researchers.

With the conference being an ELT-driven academic activity, the students, as young scholars embarking on a new discipline, were sent under the supervision and mentorship of the faculty members, to ensure the accuracy of results and data. 

As a premier professional development conference in the Asia-Pacific Region, CamTESOL gathered an average of 1,700 audience members, both attendees and research presenters, 600 of them international participants from more than 30 countries.

Having sent several faculty members and students to national and international research conferences annually, the research program of the UE Basic Education Department-Manila has amped up through the efforts of the Department’s research-driven administration, spearheaded by the Principal, Dr. Nieva Discipulo and the Assistant Principal, Prof. Gerardo V. Venturina, in coordination with Dr. Olivia C. Caoili, the University’s Research Coordination Director; the UE Manila Chancellor, Dr. Linda P. Santiago; and the UE College of Education Dean, Dr. Evelina M. Vicencio. 

This in line with research being one of the primal thrusts of the University under the leadership of UE President, Dr. Ester A. Garcia, which brought forth an unprecedented research influx, produced by faculty members and students inspired by the utmost support extended by the University.  

The photo shows the UE SHS Manila delegates (from left) Prof. Kim Tony Dizon, Mr. Raymundo Miguel Pineda, Prof. Jean Syrah Macalalad, Mr. John Mark Ico, Prof. Hermie Visaya, Prof. Arnold Nicholas Santos, Ms. Ela Rae Vaño, Ms. Dominique De Guzman, Ms. Trixie Martan Tambuyat, Ms. Myrea Manely Caccam, and Ms. Anamor Loraine Rojas at the Panel Discussion Welcome Reception of the 15th Annual CamTESOL Conference.

Kudos, SHS Warrior Mentors and Students! 

Writeup and photo courtesy of Prof. Hermie C. Visaya

#SHSWarriors
#InternationalPaperPresenters
#CheersforTomorrow
#TomorrowBeginsintheEast

UE SHS Profs, Students are Trailblazers in International Research ConferenceNo challenge is too difficult to surmount for an academic workforce that receives overwhelming support from its own community and administration

October 11th

University of the East (UE)

UE SHS Profs, Students are Trailblazers in International Research Conference

No challenge is too difficult to surmount for an academic workforce that receives overwhelming support from its own community and administration. Breakthrough is certain for an institution whose foundation lies in the learners and the faculty alike.

Such is the case of the UE Manila research team that carved a name for the University in a recent CamTESOL Research Conference, a Cambodia-based conference for professionals in the field of English language teaching and related issues―TESOL referring to the profession of teaching English to speakers of other languages.

Fostering the culture of research and popularizing its research capabilities in the international arena, the University of the East-Manila Basic Education Department sent four faculty members and seven student research-presenters in the 15th Annual CamTESOL Research Conference in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, early this year, on February 15-17.

Led by Prof. Arnold Nicholas Santos, the English Department Coordinator, the team was comprised by three other faculty presenters of the said Department―Prof. Hermie C. Visaya, Prof. Jean Syrah S. Macalalad and Prof. Kim Tony Dizon―and seven student presenters―Trixie Martan Tambuyat, Myrea Manely Caccam, Ela Rae Vaño and Dominique De Guzman of STL12-3P, Raymundo Miguel Pineda of STE12-5M, Anamor Loraine Rojas of ABM12-3P, and John Mark Ico of ABM12-1M, all then-graduating SHS students of UE Manila.

Working on language methodology, Profs. Santos, Visaya and Macalalad presented their paper titled “Demystifying the Second Language Anxiety of Filipino ESL Teachers,” which zeroed in on identifying preponderant causes of language anxiety and fear of negative evaluation among English-as-a-second-language teachers and their quintessential effects on the effectiveness of ESL instruction.

Meanwhile, Prof. Dizon, Ms. Rojas and Mr. Ico presented “Correlates on the Relationship of ELearning Utilization towards the Grammar Proficiency of Filipino L2 Learners.” Their paper dealt with the use of computer-assisted software and applications like YouTube and their capacity in enhancing the grammar learning of students.

Ms. Vaño, Ms. Tambuyat and Ms. Caccam made up an all-student research team that pioneered in the creation of a motivation technique called “Triangulum Method,” as applied in language pedagogy, in their research titled “Everything Works Best in Three: A New Motivation Technique in the Teaching and Learning of English.”

On one hand, Mr. Pineda and Ms. De Guzman, in their paper titled “Factors Affecting the Languge Use of Students in Writing Formal Essays,” applied Corder's Error Analysis on students’ formal essays, whose results were used in identifying factors underlying such problems in writing.

The University's red and white soared as the UE SHS team emerged triumphant in the research conference, attaining the feat of bringing in the youngest set of presenters in this highly intellectual engagement of experts working on ELT.

The then senior high school students defied the odds despite their young stance and proved true that with the right coaching, on top of their personal motivation to explore a new field, efforts will come to fruition. But their success did not happen overnight. There had been a confluence of efforts from different individuals checking on literature lapses, presentation rehearsals, and pre-departure checklists.

This successful research venture also signified how eager the teacher-mentors of UE Manila’s Basic Education Department are in teaching the learners, to awaken their innate potentials and discover natural intelligence through various means, as exemplified by their involvement in research undertakings such as this.

This three-day research conference was held at the Institute of Technology of Cambodia (ITC). With “Teachers as Learners” as theme, the conference sought to provide a platform for the sharing of best practices, latest updates and prospects of the ELT industry.

To ensure maximum intellectual exchanges, the conference held several plenary talks and discussions and parallel sessions for research presentations, with our teachers and students as active participants. Sessions were categorized according to the key areas of ELT, such as language teaching/methodology and acquisition, second/foreign language, grammar and linguistics, literature teaching, and technology integration, to name a few.

As widely noticed by the other participants, the UE SHS students were the only high school-level presenters who participated in the international conference, in the process receiving scholarly appreciation from both Filipino and foreign researchers.

With the conference being an ELT-driven academic activity, the students, as young scholars embarking on a new discipline, were sent under the supervision and mentorship of the faculty members, to ensure the accuracy of results and data.

As a premier professional development conference in the Asia-Pacific Region, CamTESOL gathered an average of 1,700 audience members, both attendees and research presenters, 600 of them international participants from more than 30 countries.

Having sent several faculty members and students to national and international research conferences annually, the research program of the UE Basic Education Department-Manila has amped up through the efforts of the Department’s research-driven administration, spearheaded by the Principal, Dr. Nieva Discipulo and the Assistant Principal, Prof. Gerardo V. Venturina, in coordination with Dr. Olivia C. Caoili, the University’s Research Coordination Director; the UE Manila Chancellor, Dr. Linda P. Santiago; and the UE College of Education Dean, Dr. Evelina M. Vicencio.

This in line with research being one of the primal thrusts of the University under the leadership of UE President, Dr. Ester A. Garcia, which brought forth an unprecedented research influx, produced by faculty members and students inspired by the utmost support extended by the University.

The photo shows the UE SHS Manila delegates (from left) Prof. Kim Tony Dizon, Mr. Raymundo Miguel Pineda, Prof. Jean Syrah Macalalad, Mr. John Mark Ico, Prof. Hermie Visaya, Prof. Arnold Nicholas Santos, Ms. Ela Rae Vaño, Ms. Dominique De Guzman, Ms. Trixie Martan Tambuyat, Ms. Myrea Manely Caccam, and Ms. Anamor Loraine Rojas at the Panel Discussion Welcome Reception of the 15th Annual CamTESOL Conference.

Kudos, SHS Warrior Mentors and Students!

Writeup and photo courtesy of Prof. Hermie C. Visaya

#SHSWarriors
#InternationalPaperPresenters
#CheersforTomorrow
#TomorrowBeginsintheEast
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UE SHS Profs, Students are Trailblazers in International Research Conference

No challenge is too difficult to surmount for an academic workforce that receives overwhelming support from its own community and administration. Breakthrough is certain for an institution whose foundation lies in the learners and the faculty alike.

Such is the case of the UE Manila research team that carved a name for the University in a recent CamTESOL Research Conference, a Cambodia-based conference for professionals in the field of English language teaching and related issues―TESOL referring to the profession of teaching English to speakers of other languages.

Fostering the culture of research and popularizing its research capabilities in the international arena, the University of the East-Manila Basic Education Department sent four faculty members and seven student research-presenters in the 15th Annual CamTESOL Research Conference in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, early this year, on February 15-17. 

Led by Prof. Arnold Nicholas Santos, the English Department Coordinator, the team was comprised by three other faculty presenters of the said Department―Prof. Hermie C. Visaya, Prof. Jean Syrah S. Macalalad and Prof. Kim Tony Dizon―and seven student presenters―Trixie Martan Tambuyat, Myrea Manely Caccam, Ela Rae Vaño and Dominique De Guzman of STL12-3P, Raymundo Miguel Pineda of STE12-5M, Anamor Loraine Rojas of ABM12-3P, and John Mark Ico of ABM12-1M, all then-graduating SHS students of UE Manila.

Working on language methodology, Profs. Santos, Visaya and Macalalad presented their paper titled “Demystifying the Second Language Anxiety of Filipino ESL Teachers,” which zeroed in on identifying preponderant causes of language anxiety and fear of negative evaluation among English-as-a-second-language teachers and their quintessential effects on the effectiveness of ESL instruction. 

Meanwhile, Prof. Dizon, Ms. Rojas and Mr. Ico presented “Correlates on the Relationship of ELearning Utilization towards the Grammar Proficiency of Filipino L2 Learners.” Their paper dealt with the use of computer-assisted software and applications like YouTube and their capacity in enhancing the grammar learning of students. 

Ms. Vaño, Ms. Tambuyat and Ms. Caccam made up an all-student research team that pioneered in the creation of a motivation technique called “Triangulum Method,” as applied in language pedagogy, in their research titled “Everything Works Best in Three: A New Motivation Technique in the Teaching and Learning of English.”

On one hand, Mr. Pineda and Ms. De Guzman, in their paper titled “Factors Affecting the Languge Use of Students in Writing Formal Essays,” applied Corders Error Analysis on students’ formal essays, whose results were used in identifying factors underlying such problems in writing. 

The Universitys red and white soared as the UE SHS team emerged triumphant in the research conference, attaining the feat of bringing in the youngest set of presenters in this highly intellectual engagement of experts working on ELT.

The then senior high school students defied the odds despite their young stance and proved true that with the right coaching, on top of their personal motivation to explore a new field, efforts will come to fruition. But their success did not happen overnight. There had been a confluence of efforts from different individuals checking on literature lapses, presentation rehearsals, and pre-departure checklists.

This successful research venture also signified how eager the teacher-mentors of UE Manila’s Basic Education Department are in teaching the learners, to awaken their innate potentials and discover natural intelligence through various means, as exemplified by their involvement in research undertakings such as this.

This three-day research conference was held at the Institute of Technology of Cambodia (ITC). With “Teachers as Learners” as theme, the conference sought to provide a platform for the sharing of best practices, latest updates and prospects of the ELT industry. 

To ensure maximum intellectual exchanges, the conference held several plenary talks and discussions and parallel sessions for research presentations, with our teachers and students as active participants. Sessions were categorized according to the key areas of ELT, such as language teaching/methodology and acquisition, second/foreign language, grammar and linguistics, literature teaching, and technology integration, to name a few. 

As widely noticed by the other participants, the UE SHS students were the only high school-level presenters who participated in the international conference, in the process receiving scholarly appreciation from both Filipino and foreign researchers.

With the conference being an ELT-driven academic activity, the students, as young scholars embarking on a new discipline, were sent under the supervision and mentorship of the faculty members, to ensure the accuracy of results and data. 

As a premier professional development conference in the Asia-Pacific Region, CamTESOL gathered an average of 1,700 audience members, both attendees and research presenters, 600 of them international participants from more than 30 countries.

Having sent several faculty members and students to national and international research conferences annually, the research program of the UE Basic Education Department-Manila has amped up through the efforts of the Department’s research-driven administration, spearheaded by the Principal, Dr. Nieva Discipulo and the Assistant Principal, Prof. Gerardo V. Venturina, in coordination with Dr. Olivia C. Caoili, the University’s Research Coordination Director; the UE Manila Chancellor, Dr. Linda P. Santiago; and the UE College of Education Dean, Dr. Evelina M. Vicencio. 

This in line with research being one of the primal thrusts of the University under the leadership of UE President, Dr. Ester A. Garcia, which brought forth an unprecedented research influx, produced by faculty members and students inspired by the utmost support extended by the University.  

The photo shows the UE SHS Manila delegates (from left) Prof. Kim Tony Dizon, Mr. Raymundo Miguel Pineda, Prof. Jean Syrah Macalalad, Mr. John Mark Ico, Prof. Hermie Visaya, Prof. Arnold Nicholas Santos, Ms. Ela Rae Vaño, Ms. Dominique De Guzman, Ms. Trixie Martan Tambuyat, Ms. Myrea Manely Caccam, and Ms. Anamor Loraine Rojas at the Panel Discussion Welcome Reception of the 15th Annual CamTESOL Conference.

Kudos, SHS Warrior Mentors and Students! 

Writeup and photo courtesy of Prof. Hermie C. Visaya

#SHSWarriors
#InternationalPaperPresenters
#CheersforTomorrow
#TomorrowBeginsintheEast

Source: University of the East (UE)

 

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Cheers indeed and congratulations

Congratulations,proud of you!I am a UE alumna,College of Education,Batch '70.

Miguel V. Pineda Trixie Martan Tambuyat Dominique De Guzman Ela Rae !!!!! Ayt omg

Congratulations

Congratulations po

Congratulations warrior researcher teachers and students! We are so proud of you! Keep it up and God bless you with more research opportunities.😇😇😇

Congratulations, proud to be U.E. warrior batch 1993😘

Congratulations

Congratulations! I am proud to be a UEan. BSBA 71.

nice

Congratiolations, po.

Jean Syrah Santos Macalalad ma'am and sir Hermie Cabales Visaya 👏❤️

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Published on 2:19 pm

College and Graduate School students of UE Manila and UE Caloocan, here is our general schedule for the second semester of SY 2019-2020.  

(The current-sem college calendar can be viewed here: https://www.facebook.com/UniversityoftheEastUE/photos/a.134261453292816/2253421408043466/?type=3&theater.) 

Thank you for being Warrior Students!

#CheersforTomorrow
#TomorrowBeginsintheEast

College and Graduate School students of UE Manila and UE Caloocan, here is our general schedule for the second semester of SY 2019-2020

College and Graduate School students of UE Manila and UE Caloocan, here is our general schedule for the second semester of SY 2019-2020.

(The current-sem college calendar can be viewed here: www.facebook.com/UniversityoftheEastUE/photos/a.134261453292816/2253421408043466/?type=3&theater.)

Thank you for being Warrior Students!

#CheersforTomorrow
#TomorrowBeginsintheEast
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College and Graduate School students of UE Manila and UE Caloocan, here is our general schedule for the second semester of SY 2019-2020.  

(The current-sem college calendar can be viewed here: https://www.facebook.com/UniversityoftheEastUE/photos/a.134261453292816/2253421408043466/?type=3&theater.) 

Thank you for being Warrior Students!

#CheersforTomorrow
#TomorrowBeginsintheEast

Source: University of the East (UE)

 

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Published on 7:40 am

Lets keep cheering as well for the UE Red Warriors Boys Volleyball Team as the squads second-round schedule in UAAP Season 82 continues with the Teams latest game today, October 9, 2019, at 1:30 p.m.!

Go fight, Red and White! GO FIGHT, RED AND WHITE!

#IgmaKadima
#AllforMore
#CheersforTomorrow
#TomorrowBeginsintheEast

Let's keep cheering as well for the UE Red Warriors Boys' Volleyball Team as the squad's second-round schedule in UAAP Season 82 continues with the Team's latest game today, October 9, 2019, at 1

Let's keep cheering as well for the UE Red Warriors Boys' Volleyball Team as the squad's second-round schedule in UAAP Season 82 continues with the Team's latest game today, October 9, 2019, at 1:30 p.m.!

Go fight, Red and White! GO FIGHT, RED AND WHITE!

#IgmaKadima
#AllforMore
#CheersforTomorrow
#TomorrowBeginsintheEast
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Lets keep cheering as well for the UE Red Warriors Boys Volleyball Team as the squads second-round schedule in UAAP Season 82 continues with the Teams latest game today, October 9, 2019, at 1:30 p.m.!

Go fight, Red and White! GO FIGHT, RED AND WHITE!

#IgmaKadima
#AllforMore
#CheersforTomorrow
#TomorrowBeginsintheEast

Source: University of the East (UE)

 

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De La Salle Z - Dragonball Z.

Goodluck G❤D bless and enJ🌞Y the game🙏❤🙏

DLSZ???

Edward Rainier C. Curugan DLSZ HAHAHA

hi ano po standing ng UE dito 😊

blng araw gusto ko maging player ng volleyball.

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Published on 7:09 pm

UE College of Education Tops Off 70th-year Anniversary with Special Variety Show

The UE College of Education concludes the successful celebration of its 70th founding anniversary with a very special variety show this Wednesday, October 9, 2019. 

The anniversary celebration, whose theme is “Pitumpung Taon ng Makabuluhang Pag-iral,” will end on a truly high note via the Kolehiyo ng Edukasyon @ 70 Variety Show titled “Kasaysayan, Sayawan, Awitan atbp.!” This is a fundraising program whereby the College’s officers, faculty members and staffers―along with CEduc Student Council officers and members and other CEduc students as well as alumni―will have song and dance “showdowns” through an array of pop hits from the 1940s to the 2010s. This would be like travelling through time, across the seven decades coinciding with the College’s living history to date.

The colorful, fun-filled event, which is open to the UE community as well as UE CEduc alumni, will start at 1 p.m. and take place at the Conference Hall. Tickets are at 100 pesos each, the proceeds of which will be used for special projects of the UE CEduc. (This variety show had been set for last September 17 but got cancelled due to the all-levels class suspension on that day.)

This much-anticipated program comes in the heels of the UE CEduc’s special Recognition Day in the afternoon of October 1, 2019, at the Instructional Resource Center (IRC) at the Education Building in UE Manila. 

The College’s aforesaid Recognition Day honored a number of key figures in the College’s history, including former Deans Amelita A. Cruz, Leticia P. Cortes, Rosalina G. Young (who is currently the Director of UE’s Textbooks Evaluation and Publishing Office) and Justina M. Evangelista (currently the Dean of the UE College of Arts and Sciences-Manila). The program also recognized the College’s present scholars whose college education are covered by the University (as University President Scholars, University Scholars or College Scholars) or by the UE-Tan Yan Kee Foundation Inc. and Metrobank scholarship programs, and was a venue to meet this year’s Mr. and Miss UE College of Education and for presenting projects of the UE College of Education Alumni Association.

The group shot here from the said Recognition Day shows (seated, from left) UE Manila Chancellor Linda Santiago, former UE CEduc Deans Amelita Cruz, Leticia Cortes, Justina Evangelista and Rosalina Young, CEduc Dean Evelina Vicencio, (standing, from left) CEduc Faculty Member Dr. Cora Huelar, Administrative Officer Remedios Mahiya, Basic Education Department-Manila Principal Nieva Discipulo, CEduc Professional Education Department Chair Eva Callueng, Prof. Mildred Jimenez, Nutrition and Dietetics Department Chair Marie Geraldine Liboro, Prof. Joan Grecia, Prof. Reg Dela Cruz, Dr. Clarissa Guia, College Secretary Cynthia Diaz, and N&D Department Staffer Janina Villafuerte.

Happy 70th Anniversary, UE College of Education! Cheers, Education Warriors, and see you at the Variety Show!

#UECEduc
#EducationWarriors
#CheersforTomorrow
#TomorrowBeginsintheEast

UE College of Education Tops Off 70th-year Anniversary with Special Variety ShowThe UE College of Education concludes the successful celebration of its 70th founding anniversary with a very special variety show this Wednesday, October 9, 2019

UE College of Education Tops Off 70th-year Anniversary with Special Variety Show

The UE College of Education concludes the successful celebration of its 70th founding anniversary with a very special variety show this Wednesday, October 9, 2019.

The anniversary celebration, whose theme is “Pitumpung Taon ng Makabuluhang Pag-iral,” will end on a truly high note via the Kolehiyo ng Edukasyon @ 70 Variety Show titled “Kasaysayan, Sayawan, Awitan atbp.!” This is a fundraising program whereby the College’s officers, faculty members and staffers―along with CEduc Student Council officers and members and other CEduc students as well as alumni―will have song and dance “showdowns” through an array of pop hits from the 1940s to the 2010s. This would be like travelling through time, across the seven decades coinciding with the College’s living history to date.

The colorful, fun-filled event, which is open to the UE community as well as UE CEduc alumni, will start at 1 p.m. and take place at the Conference Hall. Tickets are at 100 pesos each, the proceeds of which will be used for special projects of the UE CEduc. (This variety show had been set for last September 17 but got cancelled due to the all-levels class suspension on that day.)

This much-anticipated program comes in the heels of the UE CEduc’s special Recognition Day in the afternoon of October 1, 2019, at the Instructional Resource Center (IRC) at the Education Building in UE Manila.

The College’s aforesaid Recognition Day honored a number of key figures in the College’s history, including former Deans Amelita A. Cruz, Leticia P. Cortes, Rosalina G. Young (who is currently the Director of UE’s Textbooks Evaluation and Publishing Office) and Justina M. Evangelista (currently the Dean of the UE College of Arts and Sciences-Manila). The program also recognized the College’s present scholars whose college education are covered by the University (as University President Scholars, University Scholars or College Scholars) or by the UE-Tan Yan Kee Foundation Inc. and Metrobank scholarship programs, and was a venue to meet this year’s Mr. and Miss UE College of Education and for presenting projects of the UE College of Education Alumni Association.

The group shot here from the said Recognition Day shows (seated, from left) UE Manila Chancellor Linda Santiago, former UE CEduc Deans Amelita Cruz, Leticia Cortes, Justina Evangelista and Rosalina Young, CEduc Dean Evelina Vicencio, (standing, from left) CEduc Faculty Member Dr. Cora Huelar, Administrative Officer Remedios Mahiya, Basic Education Department-Manila Principal Nieva Discipulo, CEduc Professional Education Department Chair Eva Callueng, Prof. Mildred Jimenez, Nutrition and Dietetics Department Chair Marie Geraldine Liboro, Prof. Joan Grecia, Prof. Reg Dela Cruz, Dr. Clarissa Guia, College Secretary Cynthia Diaz, and N&D Department Staffer Janina Villafuerte.

Happy 70th Anniversary, UE College of Education! Cheers, Education Warriors, and see you at the Variety Show!

#UECEduc
#EducationWarriors
#CheersforTomorrow
#TomorrowBeginsintheEast
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UE College of Education Tops Off 70th-year Anniversary with Special Variety Show

The UE College of Education concludes the successful celebration of its 70th founding anniversary with a very special variety show this Wednesday, October 9, 2019. 

The anniversary celebration, whose theme is “Pitumpung Taon ng Makabuluhang Pag-iral,” will end on a truly high note via the Kolehiyo ng Edukasyon @ 70 Variety Show titled “Kasaysayan, Sayawan, Awitan atbp.!” This is a fundraising program whereby the College’s officers, faculty members and staffers―along with CEduc Student Council officers and members and other CEduc students as well as alumni―will have song and dance “showdowns” through an array of pop hits from the 1940s to the 2010s. This would be like travelling through time, across the seven decades coinciding with the College’s living history to date.

The colorful, fun-filled event, which is open to the UE community as well as UE CEduc alumni, will start at 1 p.m. and take place at the Conference Hall. Tickets are at 100 pesos each, the proceeds of which will be used for special projects of the UE CEduc. (This variety show had been set for last September 17 but got cancelled due to the all-levels class suspension on that day.)

This much-anticipated program comes in the heels of the UE CEduc’s special Recognition Day in the afternoon of October 1, 2019, at the Instructional Resource Center (IRC) at the Education Building in UE Manila. 

The College’s aforesaid Recognition Day honored a number of key figures in the College’s history, including former Deans Amelita A. Cruz, Leticia P. Cortes, Rosalina G. Young (who is currently the Director of UE’s Textbooks Evaluation and Publishing Office) and Justina M. Evangelista (currently the Dean of the UE College of Arts and Sciences-Manila). The program also recognized the College’s present scholars whose college education are covered by the University (as University President Scholars, University Scholars or College Scholars) or by the UE-Tan Yan Kee Foundation Inc. and Metrobank scholarship programs, and was a venue to meet this year’s Mr. and Miss UE College of Education and for presenting projects of the UE College of Education Alumni Association.

The group shot here from the said Recognition Day shows (seated, from left) UE Manila Chancellor Linda Santiago, former UE CEduc Deans Amelita Cruz, Leticia Cortes, Justina Evangelista and Rosalina Young, CEduc Dean Evelina Vicencio, (standing, from left) CEduc Faculty Member Dr. Cora Huelar, Administrative Officer Remedios Mahiya, Basic Education Department-Manila Principal Nieva Discipulo, CEduc Professional Education Department Chair Eva Callueng, Prof. Mildred Jimenez, Nutrition and Dietetics Department Chair Marie Geraldine Liboro, Prof. Joan Grecia, Prof. Reg Dela Cruz, Dr. Clarissa Guia, College Secretary Cynthia Diaz, and N&D Department Staffer Janina Villafuerte.

Happy 70th Anniversary, UE College of Education! Cheers, Education Warriors, and see you at the Variety Show!

#UECEduc
#EducationWarriors
#CheersforTomorrow
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Source: University of the East (UE)

 

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