Category:Education in Mandaluyong
This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.
This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.
1. Arellano University – Arellano University is a private, coeducational and nonsectarian university located in Manila, Philippines. It was founded in 1938 as a law school by Florentino Cayco, AU was named after Cayetano Arellano, the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines. One of the components that make up AU is the autonomous Arellano University School of Law and its athletic team, the Arellano University Chiefs, is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association since 2009. Arellano University began on 1938 when it was established as a law school by Florentino Cayco, Sr. the first Filipino Undersecretary of Public Instruction, the newly founded institution offers the regular four-year law course and was named as Arellano Law College. It was one of the institution by that time by catering to numerous prolific people in the field of law. In the onset of World War II, the school was closed from 1941 to 1945 and it was reopened on April 1945 and was renamed as the Arellano Colleges and has expanded its course offerings to the field of commerce, foreign service, and arts and sciences. On 1946, Florentino Cayco, Sr. AU continued its robust expansion with the offering of new courses, in 1948, from its present site in Legarda at Sampaloc, AU moved to a new site in Plaza Guipit. It was relocated back to its old site in Legarda when a new modern four-storey concrete building was erected in 1955, in 1954, AU opened an institute of nursing and a law school. The Arellano University School of Law would later be managed by the Arellano Law Foundation under a Memorandum of Agreement in 1978. Arellano Law Foundation is a non-stock and non-profit organization established by the alumni, faculty members, the School of Law was successfully turned over to Arellano Law Foundation on 22 April 1979 but remained as one of the constituent colleges of the university. AU has a partnership with Ayala Education to launch the LINC@Arellano, AU has six campuses, all of it located within Metro Manila, the National Capital Region of the Philippines. AUs expansion started after World War II with the establishment of the Arellano University Andres Bonifacio High School on 1946 in Pasig and it was followed by AUs campus in Mandaluyong and by another campus located in Pasay. AU also has a campus in Malabon, the campus of the Arellano University Law School is located in Menlo, Pasay. AU named all of its campus after Filipino heroes, Arellano is governed by its CEO, the Board of Trustees, and the Corporate Officers. The CEO manages the operational performance of AU. All campuses of Arellano are under the CEOs direct control and supervision, Arellano University is formed by five academic clusters that caters to undergraduates and postgraduates. Two clusters, the Allied Medical Services and the College of Business and Technology is formed by one or more colleges, schools, Arellano also has its own elementary and high schools. All of AUs academic programs are offered across its six campuses, Florentino Cayco Memorial School of Graduate Studies on Education is the graduate school of AU
2. Don Bosco Technical College – Don Bosco Technical College is a private Catholic educational institution in Manila, Philippines, owned and operated by the Salesians of Don Bosco. Don Bosco Mandaluyong offers all-boys elementary education, all-boys secondary education, co-educational tertiary education, night school, the college department was formerly exclusive for males until 2004, when the department made history by accepting female students. Established in 1953, it is the first Don Bosco educational institution in Metro Manila and it is part of the IUS or the Istituzioni Universitarie Salesiane, the Don Bosco Educational Apostolate of the Philippines and the Don Bosco Philippines North Province. Don Bosco Mandaluyong was awarded the ISO9001,2000 certification by Moody International Certification Sdn, bhd. and United Kingdom Accreditation Service. DBTC is deemed as the motherhouse of all Salesian works in the Philippines and its campus is located at 736 General Kalentong Street in Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines. The seal is bordered on top by the motto, Ascende Superius. At the center of the seal is a cross, symbolizing the primacy of Christian Catholic education and formation of the institution, the cross rests on a salakot - a traditional Filipino hat - to signify the distinct Filipino character. Between the horizontal section of the cross and the salakot is the year of the school,1953. The lines represent the three elements of Don Boscos Preventive System of Education, namely, Reason, Religion and Loving Kindness, the lines which resemble waves, daluyong in the local language, recall the legendary origin of the community of Mandaluyong. Tradition has it that the name of the city where the school is located originated from the abundance of the waves or mga daluyong, the half-gear on the left and the laurel leaves on the right that surround the central design are emblematic respectively of technical and academic education. This seal in its current form was first used in 1988-89, the original seal consisted only of the blue-green half-gear and laurel leaves. Don Bosco Technical College stands on historic grounds, the 18th-century Spanish building at the heart of the campus is a testimony to events that led to the 1896 uprising of the countrys patriots, the Katipuneros, against the Spanish colonizers. The building later became the Asilo de Mandaloya, an orphanage where Mother Consuelo Barcelo y Pages stayed for 16 years and she co-founded the Augustinian Sisters of Our Lady of Consolation. Early in the 20th century, the became the San Carlos Seminary. One of them was Rufino Cardinal Santos, the first Filipino cardinal of the Church, Don Bosco Mandaluyong opened as a school aptly named Don Bosco Technical Institute–Mandaluyong on 2 June 1953 with 47 first-year high school students. Since its foundation, Don Bosco Mandaluyong has grown into a setting that serves almost 4,000 students and 40,000 parishioners. Dominic Savio Parish, and Pinardi Boarding House, the College Department made history in 2004 with the acceptance of 28 first-year females. It takes off from the school to prepare young people for higher education
3. Rizal Technological University – Rizal Technological University is a state university located at Mandaluyong, Philippines. It was established on 11 July 1969 as the College of Rizal, the university has various different academic fields, and focuses primarily on Architecture, Engineering, and Technology program. It is widely known as one of best state universities in the Philippines and it is also the first educational institution in the Philippines to introduce the degree of Bachelor of Science in Astronomy. Rodriguez, to put up an education institution in the Province of Rizal. It was first known as the College of Rizal, the College of Rizal opened its classes on 14 July 1969 with course offerings in business administration, education and liberal arts. 674 The decree authorized the expansion of programs and promotion of researches in the development. No.751 on July 25,1975 amended certain provisions of P. D, No.674 and made the operation and maintenance of the Rizal Technological Colleges a joint project and undertaking of the Provincial Government of Rizal and the Meralco Foundation, Incorporated. This Decree broadened the support and strengthened the organization of the College, in 1975, upon the establishment of the Metropolitan Manila Commission, Pasig and Mandaluyong was transferred to the territorial jurisdiction of the Metro Manila. The Province of Rizal could not continue supporting financially the Colleges, several alternatives were proposed to save the RTC. One was to transfer the management and administration of the RTC to one of the towns in the Province of Rizal or Metro Manila. The worst possible alternative was to out the Colleges. The leadership, the faculty, and the students of the Colleges would not allow this to happen, however, marcos signed into law Presidential Decree 1341-A on April 1,1978 converting the Rizal Technological Colleges into a State College. The decree, however, was received only on October 13,1978, thus, the RTC has been celebrating its College Week, after 19 years, the College was converted into the Rizal Technological University on October 11,1997 by virtue of Republic Act No.8365. Macaballug - Officer-in-Charge and College President As Rizal Technological University Dr. Jose Q, macaballug - University President Dr. Jose Q. Macaballug- Officer-In-Charge Dr. Jesus Rodrigo F. Torres - University President The campus of RTU is located along Boni Avenue in Barangay Malamig and it has an extension campus located at Barangay Maybunga, Pasig. RTUs Antipolo Campus was transferred to the University of Rizal System, the RTU - Laboratory High School also serves as the training for teacher education programs of the college student-teachers of the College of Education. The levels are Grades 7 to 12, the RTU varsity teams are called Blue Thunders. The womens teams are called the Lady Thunders, while the teams are called the Baby Thunders