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they say lassalian is into sports while atenean is into academics then what about up? hmmm...
UP is into student activism and communism.
Originally posted by 1asallian
UP is into student activism and communism.
hayyy... mga atenista talaga.
ayos na ayos ang post mo! may brilliance at kailangan ng matinding analysis.
Originally posted by 1asallian
UP is into student activism and communism.
ewan. we don't resort to those generalities.
UP (Best Public University) is into Academics.Originally posted by consie
they (<--<PS. INSECURE ATENEANS) say lassalian is into sports while atenean is into academics then what about up? hmmm...
DLSU (Best Private University) EXCELS BOTH IN ACADEMICS & IN SPORTS.
Ateneans think that they are good in academics.
Obviously OLATS sa La Salle in Sports but they refuse to believe.
ATENEO IS INFERIOR TO DE LA SALLE BOTH IN ACADEMICS & IN SPORTS.
Here are some SOLID FACTS & CLEAR EVIDENCES unlike the FALSE SELF-HYPE & BALLYHOO of Insecure & Sour Graping Ateneans here at PEX:
I belong to a place that enriches my spirit and opens me to the infinite possibilities coming from faith. I am part of a culture that takes pride in the composite diversity, passion, and vision of its people. I am constantly redefining my concept of being as I look around to find myself in others.
FACT # 1: DLSU IS THE PHILIPPINES' BEST PRIVATE UNIVERSITY.
PROOF1: DLSU is the current Asiaweek's TOP/BEST PRIVATE UNIVERSITY IN THE PHILIPPINES.
2000 Asiaweek TOP Asian/Australian Universities Ranking:
No. 48: UP-Diliman (Best Public University)
No. 71: De La Salle University Manila (Best Private Univ.)
No. 72: Ateneo de Manila University
No. 74: University of Santo Tomas
PROOF2: Business World
PROOF3: http://db.education-world.com/perl/browse?cat_id=11732From BUSINESS WORLD
Tuesday, May 28, 2002
The Philippines' Best University
On April 29, 2002, De La Salle University - Manila became the first and, so far, the ONLY educational institution in the Philippines to receive the highest accreditation status which is Level IV. This accreditation acknowledges that DLSU-Manila now has the highest academic standards among all the private educational institutions in the country.
This status was granted by the Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines (FAAP) upon the recommendation of the Philippine Accrediting Associations of Schools, Colleges and Universities or PAASCU, whose membership includes all the leading private educational institutions in the country. The recommendation was based on a report made by a resurvey team composed of educators of different schools and chaired by Fr. Antonio Samson S.J., president of Xavier University, Cagayan de Oro.
This is a proud moment for all the members of the La Sallian -- the La Salle Brothers, the faculty, students, staff and alumni. For those of us who chose to go to La Salle, it simply reaffirms that we made the right decision when we decided that an education by the Christian Brothers was the best education we could get. I remember again Bobby Tañada's speech at the CHIMES award when he said that his father, Lorenzo Tañada always said that it was his years in La Salle that formed his values that made him what he was in his life. Lorenzo Tañada, like Jose Diokno, spent their grade school, high school and college years with the Christian Brothers.
For those who may not be aware, PAASCU is a private, voluntary, nonprofit corporation which was organized by the leading schools in the country as a self-regulating body focusing on the evaluation of programs and institutions. In other words, it is a way of distinguishing institutions that provide education from diploma mills. It also grants accreditation based on status, which is meant to motivate schools to upgrade their standards.
DECS (Department of Education, Culture and Sports) and PAASCU classify educational institutions according to four levels as follows:
Level I/Applicant Status -- Institutions/programs which have undergone a preliminary survey visit and are capable of attaining accredited status within one to two years;
Level II/Accredited Status -- Institutions/programs which have undergone formal accreditation and have been granted initial accreditation set by FAAP for this level;
Level III/Reaccredited Status -- Institutions/programs which have been accredited and which have met the additional criteria set by FAAP for this level; and
Level IV/Reaccredited Status -- Institutions/programs which have distinguished themselves in a broad area of academic discipline and enjoy prestige and authority comparable with that of international universities.
Since Level IV status is granted only to universities that have met international standards, schools must meet the following criteria:
1. Excellent outcomes in research as seen in the number, scope and impact of scholarly publications in refereed national and international journals;
2. Excellent outcomes in teaching and learning as proven in the performance of its graduates and alumni and the continued assessment of student achievement;
3. Excellent outcomes in community service and the impact of its contributions to the economic and social upliftment on both regional and national levels;
4. Evidence of international linkages and consortia; and
5. Well-developed planning processes which support quality assurance mechanisms.
The PAASCU report is too extensive for me to write about. I will leave that task to other educators and interested writers to discuss. I would like to highlight only certain parts of the report that are of personal interest to me.
The report states that one of the best features is the quality of the faculty of the institution. In the final analysis, more than ambience or facilities, it is the quality of the faculty that will be the main determinant of a university's quality of education. For example, DLSU is a Center for Excellence in literature. In fact, some believe that its literature course is now the best in the country. What I do know is that the literature faculty (which includes Isagani Cruz, Marge Evasco and Bien Lumbera) is definitely the best in the country because of aggressive efforts to "recruit" outstanding literature professors from other universities, especially the University of the Philippines whose faculty salaries remain sadly quite low.
On the other hand, the business faculties of both the undergraduate and graduate programs are also acknowledged as truly outstanding mainly due to the willingness of La Sallian alumni in business to teach in their alma mater. Recently, for example, Popoy del Rosario agreed to become EVP of the DLSU Professional Schools. He was formerly the president of the Cultural Center of the Philippines and chairman of the Development Bank of the Philippines. Another prominent alumnus, Popoy Juico recently became dean of the Graduate School of Business. He was a former Cabinet secretary, vice-chairman of Channel 13 and AIM professor. A number of faculty members are CEOs like Ray del Val (formerly) of Hewlett Packard Philippines. Even some known alumni from other schools, like Orly Mercado (who teaches Business and Government) have joined the faculty.
Similar outstanding faculty members are found in the different academic disciplines in the school.
Our country's future lies in the field of Information and Communications Technology (ICT). DLSU-Manila is the acknowledged technological leader in the field of education. For example, its intelligent classroom is the first ever in the Philippines. It features the latest in technology, it boasts of videoconferencing capability and complete equipment for desktop presentations. It contains audiovisual players, overhead projectors, a two-way video camera, and 42 computer units hooked to the Internet. The other facilities that merited special commendations are the Communications Arts Laboratory, specialized laboratories in Physics, Chemistry and Biology, and the library which allows online global access to thousands of periodical titles with full text articles to students and faculty.
There are so many other things I would like to write about La Salle in the future. For instance, in the Asiaweek 2000 survey of Asian universities, it listed La Salle as the top Philippine school in research. A very commendable aspect of these research efforts includes those that seek to address poverty alleviation such as a micro-hydro plant for the Tingguians of Abra (Cordillera Administrative Region).
Someday, I would also like to write about the social action programs of the La Sallian community such as the La Salle Greenhills Night High School for the poor, the courses for the deaf at the College of St. Benilde, the other schools for the poor of the Brother and the La Sallian Mission Volunteers where graduates dedicate some years working full time for the poorest of the poor.
Last Sunday, I attended a ceremony where Bro. Gabriel Besa FSC took his First Vows as a La Salle Brother. The most awesome thing about it all is that Gabby joined the Brothers after finishing an MBA degree at Dartmouth University, an Ivy League school in the United States. He gave up a guaranteed successful career in business, not for the priesthood, but a vocation in teaching.
The root cause of all these success stories, whether it is the institution, the faculty, the students or the alumni, are the men who decided to choose the sacred vocation of teaching and became La Salle Brothers. They taught us not only to believe in ourselves, but to become Christian achievers. We can only pray that there will be more of them in the future because the Philippines desperately needs more schools of international standards with a social commitment and a passion for excellence.
"De La Salle University - Manila. This academic institution is the best private University in the Philippines. The school is duly recognized by the Philippines' CHED, PAASCU, and FAAD."
"De La Salle University - Manila. The best private university in Philippines."
PROOF5: DLSU is included in the ASIAWEEK's Best MBA Schools.
No. 3: Asian Institute of Management
No. 24: UP Diliman - College of Business Administration
No. 29: De La Salle University - Graduate School of Business
--- nothing follows ---
(Ateneo was not even confident or competent enough to submit themselves for Asiatic evaluation and assessment. This fact only shows further the weakness & inferiority of admu. Their alibi of saying that the Survey was flawed etc. etc. is a resemblance of sour graping & insecurity.)
PROOF6: "DLSU-Manila is Number One Private Philippine University"
( SOURCE: www.dlsu.edu.ph/offices/alumni/3q2kdlsumla.htm )
PROOF7: FILIPINO EXPRESS Website
De La Salle University
"De La Salle is one of the several schools founded by the Brothers of the Christian Schools. DLSU is considered one of the most prestigious universities in Asia."
FACT # 2: Even in the past, DLSU was already rated as the NO. 1 private school in the Philippines.
The 1920s saw the De La Salle's transfer location to wooded Taft Avenue. During this time, many heads of state would visit it, not the least of which were then-Governor-General Leonard Wood and Senate President Manuel Luis Quezon. In 1924, Dr. Paul Monroe and a commission of American educators would name La Salle as the number one school in the Philippine Islands after an eight-month cross-country inspection.
(SOURCE: "Glimpses from our Past", DLSU-Manila website)
FACT # 3: DLSU is the Top/Highest Private Academic Institution in the Philippines accdg. to PAASCU, FAAD, CHED, and the LAW.
De La Salle University-Manila: LEVEL 4 (Highest Level)
Ateneo de Manila University: level 3 (Inferior Level)
CHED Order No. 31 s. 1995From the MANILA BULLETIN
Youth & Campus Section
(May 16, 2002)
DLSU-MANILA GRANTED PAASCU HIGHEST ACCREDITATION
De La Salle University-Manila (DLSU-M) was granted with Level IV status by the Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines (FAAP) upon the recommendation of the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU) on April 29, 2002.
The first educational institution ever to receive the highest accreditation status in the Philippines, Level IV status was granted for having distinguished itself in a broad area of academic discipline and for its prestige and authority comparable to that of international universities. Two of the major benefits that the University can now enjoy are full autonomy from the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), allowing La Salle to offer new programs and courses in both graduate and undergraduate levels, and award of grants/subsidies from the Higher Education Development Fund.
As a leading private Philippine university, it was named by the CHED as a Center of Excellence in 10 fields – Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electronics and Communications Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Literature, and Filipino and English Languages.
LEVEL IV: Re-accredited Status - "Institutions/programs which have distinguished themselves in a broad area of academic discipline and enjoy prestige and authority comparable to that of international universities."
(Others are very far away from achieving this prestigious distinction. The closest school admu is hoping Level 4 accreditation in 2004. And as they've said, the date is even tentative.)
FACT # 4: DLSU-Manila was acknowledged as the Most Admired Private University in SouthEast Asia (SEA).
( SOURCE: www.dlsu.edu.ph/offices/alumni/admired.htm )
FACT # 5: DLSU is CHED's ZONAL RESEARCH CENTER (ZRC) in NCR. As a ZRC, De La Salle is spearheading 134 colleges & universities (including ateneo) in the development of Tertiary Education in the country.
Extracted from "DLSU-Achievers, Inc.":
TEACHERS OF ATENEO LEARN FROM DLSU
Fr. William Kreutz, ATENEO de Zamboanga President, requested DLSU-M to help develop their faculty in the Doctoral Level. To achive university status, ADZ is currently working on a requirement by CHED to have more Doctorate Degree holders in its faculty.
With the assistance of DLSU-Manila's College of Education (CED), the ADZ faculty are now able to attend classes for PhD programs in Science Education and Applied Linguistics.
DLSU-CED even extended its' hand to help Ateneo get scholarships from the Fund Assistance to Private Education (FAPE) to finance all the students included in the program.
FACT # 6: DLSU is a "CLASS A" School together with schools like AIM, UP, etc.
FACT # 7: DLSU is a frequent Topnotcher in the different BOARD EXAMS.
According to CHED, one of the effective ways of gauging the quality of a school's performance is through the achievement in the government's licensure or board examinations given by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC).
Here are some of the "recent" licensure exam Passing Rates of DLSU-Manila:
Civil Engineering, 100%, May 1998
Chemical Engineering, 100%, Nov 1999
Electronics and Communications Engineering, 95%, Apr 2001
Mechanical Engineering, 100%, Apr 2001
Education, 100%, Aug 1998, 1999, 2000
And speaking of Accounting,
DLSU-Manila consistently recorded the highest ratings among accountancy board takers. As a result, the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and the Board of Accountancy bestowed the University an ACHIEVEMENT AWARD for excelling in accounting education.
(Excerpt from "DLSU-Achievers, Inc")
FACT # 8: DLSU has more COEs (CENTER OF EXCELLENCE) than Ateneo.
De La Salle-Manila - 10
Ateneo de Manila - 9
Aside from a school's performance in government licensure examinations, another way of measuring a school's quality was through the number of centers of excellence (COE).
Just for the info of the few inquisitive ateneans, DLSU-M has more COEs than ADMU. We have 10 compared to your 9. Ours are more on the BS side, and if i'm not mistaken, majority of yours dwell on the easy AB bracket.
FACT # 9: Lasallian education is accredited by two large international accrediting bodies. It is accredited by the (1) WESTERN CATHOLIC EDUCATION ASSOCIATION & (2) WESTERN ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
FACT # 10: DLSU is the Top Philippine School in Reasearch accdg. to Asiaweek.
Research is the foundation of the future and the backbone of DLSU's continuing academic excellence. This is why research is a strongly emphasized aspect of our undergraduate studies. Investment in research facilities and resources is a continuing process. The University has at least one research center attached to each college while other research centers focus on a variety of special concerns.
Yuchengco Center for EAST ASIA
(The Center's concerns cover both JAPAN and CHINA, as well as the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) economic and cultural matters.)
Center for Business and Economics Research and Development (CBERD)
Advanced Research Institute of Computing (AdRIC)
Lasallian Institute for Development and Educational Research (LIDER)
Center for Engineering Research, Training and Consultancy
Social Development Research Center (SDRC)
Humanities Extension and Research Team (HEART)
Bienvenido N. Santos Creative Writing Center
Environmental Research Center (ERC)
Marine Biological Station
Mathematics and Statistics Computing Laboratory (MSCL)
And so on...
(SOURCE: DLSU Viewbook)
FACT # 11: DLSU's Athletic Program is one of the BEST if not the best in the country.
DLSU belongs to the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) and has a very successful athletic program. The campus features a modern & fully equipped Multi-Level SPORTS COMPLEX regarded as one of the best in the Philippines.
The De La Salle GREEN ARCHERS is the reigning 4 PEAT UAAP BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS!
Even in the mind-boggling & intellectual game of CHESS, DLSU is the reigning 3 PEAT UAAP CHAMPION.
DLSU is also the Men's Volleyball defending champion, the reigning Women's Basketball 3 Peat Champion, and the Men's Swimming Back-to-Back Champion.
Plus many more championships in the different Sports and Athletics Competitions.
FACT # 12: DLSU is Internationally Accredited and Recognized.
( SOURCE: http://www.psi.dlsu.edu.ph/continuin...ouncements.asp )
This is to certify, further, that DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY is a member of the:
- Christian Brothers Educational Association,
- the Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines,
- the PAASCU,
- the Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning
- and a corresponding member of the International Federation of Catholic Universities.
The programs of DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY are designated to be of highest quality by the National Association of Foreign Student Affairs in the United States of America.
This is to certify, furthermore, that DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY has established sister-school and exchange relationships with international universities in Asia, the US, and Europe in particular with (partial list):
· Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
· Tokyo Institute of Technolology, Japan
· Soka University, Japan
· Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan
· lbaraki University, Japan
· Doshisha University, Kyoto Japan
· Meijo University, Nagoya, Japan
· Loughborough University of Technology, UK
· Brighton Polytechnic, UK
· University of Masstrick
· Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
· Soochow University, Taiwan
· Feng Chia University, Taiwan
· National Yunlin Polytechnic Institute, Taiwan
· Thammasaat University, Bangkok, Thailand
· Michigan State University
· Washington State University
· Ohio University
· California State University at Hayward
· Simon Fraser University, Canada
· Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, China
· Chung Ju University, South Korea
· Han Nam University, South Korea
· University of Southern Queensland, Australia
FACT # 13: DLSU's claim of Intellectual Prowess is substantiated by a very long list of "current" Academic Achievements unlike the few countable ones of Ateneo.
"Student Achievers, SY 2000-2001"
( SOURCE: http://www.pinoyexchange.com/forums/...hreadpassword= )
FACT # 14: DLSU graduates are given the highest starting salary compared to other schools.
(SOURCE: abs-cbn.com Archives.)
FACT # 15: DLSU Job Expo. "Trabaho ang lumalapit sa mga Lasalyano."
With the number of participating companies in La Salle's job fairs, fresh graduates can still look forward to a better future in the country, despite the unstable economic and political situations worldwide. Twice a year, company representatives form a queue at 2401 Taft Ave. to get the right people.
In Feb. 2001 Job Expo, a total of 138 employers from various industries visited the campus to scout for the best graduating students, offering positions as high as the Managerial Level. The following job fair in October again saw over 100 companies recruiting an average of 50 DLSU-M applicants daily.
(SOURCE: DLSU-Achievers, Inc.)
FACT # 16: DLSU manifests Excellence and Leadership in Information Technology (IT).
DLSU is Microsoft's Top Academic Partner in the Philippines.
( "Microsoft to honor La Salle for Excellence in IT".
"Our country's future lies in the field of Information and Communications Technology (ICT). DLSU-Manila is the acknowledged technological leader in the field of education." (Business World)
FACT # 17: BULLDOGS is a certified LIAR & DATA FABRICATOR.
PROOF1: "Bulldog's lies and deceptions finally exposed!"
. . . + ANIMO INFINITO + . . .
CHRISTIAN ACHIEVERS FOR GOD & COUNTRY !
. . . + SIGNUM FIDEI + . . .
(. . . The Sign of Faith . . .)
Jesus, the perfect teacher, live in my heart through faith
so that I may grow firm in my inner self.
Then, rooted in love, I will have the strength
to grasp the breadth and the length, the height and the depth;
so that, knowing your love, which is beyond knowledge,
I may be filled with the utter fullness of God.
Glory be to you whose power, working in me,
can do infinitely more than I can ask or imagine!
We'll fight to keep your glory bright,
And never shall we fail!
Mathew 5: 11-12
11 "Blessed are you when they revile and persecute you, and say all kinds of evil against you falsely for My sake.
12 Rejoice and be exceedingly glad, for great is your reward in heaven, for so they persecuted the prophets who were before you."
Philippians 4: 8
"...whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report, if there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthy -- meditate on these things."
WE ARE LA SALLE! WE ARE THE BEST & THE BRIGHTEST!!
AIM FOR V!ictory !
(((((((((( >>>>=== ANIMO LA SALLE!!! ====> ))))))))))
Despite the tired old hype that's being propagated by Lasallites like atomic_bomb above, I find Bulldogs' post (see below) more credible.
Because they're not self-propagated. They are not propaganda unlike the article written in BusinessWorld by Elfren Cruz, a Lasallian. There's no vested interest nor conflict of interests in stating such facts.
DLSU, the top private university in the Philippines? Let me reiterate the facts for your edification as succintly enumerated by the renowned PExer BULLDOGS. His presentation may be crude but the content is, nonetheless, factual.
Just sharing for everybody's enlightenment.
Originally posted by BULLDOGS
FACT #1: DLSU - Perennial tambakan ng mga ACET at UPCAT rejects.
FACT #2: DLSU - One of the easiest admission tests. DLSU entrance test ay parang pang kindergarten or pang retarded.
FACT #3: DLSU has low academic standards. Easy honor roll. No sweat. Maski mag-shabu o ecstasy ka pa araw-araw, honor ka pa rin.
FACT #4: DLSU - Perennial 3rd or 4th choice ng mga top honor high school graduates, lagging behind the Big 3 - Ateneo, UP and even UST.
FACT #5: DLSU - honorable mention and included sa CHED blacklist of skuls with substandard courses. <--<< News release ito nung April 2002. Hindi personalized opinion tulad ng DLSU is da best skewl bukol ek ek.
FACT #6: DLSU - Prioritizes basketball over academics.
FACT #7: DLSU - Desperate for attention and recognition --- Admits JRU kickouts tulad nila Cardona and (possibly) Mark Benitez...all for the sake of a UAAP basketball championship.
FACT #8: DLSU - Ikinahihiya ng mga top high school graduates ng LSGH, sariling HS ng La Salle. Halos taon-taon ang majority (75-80%) ng honors class ng LSGH ay pumupunta sa Ateneo. Bulok daw ang DLSU. <--<< What better proof can you have. La Salle's very own students can't stand the substandard education in DLSU.
FACT #9: DLSU - Dishonest and corrupt school administrators. Bro. Dizon, presidente mismo ng La Salle, ay walang class at delicadeza. Nag prokleym na da best kuno ang DLSU. He should know better kasi alam niya kung ano ang tunay na kahulugan ng PAASCU at isa siyang presidente na dapat may kaunting diplomasya. Isa lang palang hypester at propagandist. Hindi siya naiiba sa pagka-corrupt ni Bro. "Expedition" Andrew Gonzalez. Manlilinlang. Pinopromote niya ang sariling skewl bukol para lang siya magkaroon ng mas malaking bonus, acknowlegement or reward as the president. In other words, KSP ang presidente tulad din ng skewl bukol.
FACT #10: DLSU + CSB + Dasma + Araneta + Arellano (in the future) = Da best??????
Sino ang binobola niyo? If anything, mga third-rate skewl bukol ang mga yan. Nothing but a giant ebak system. Pinagsamasamang mga ebaks. A giant garbage recycling machine. Garbage in, garbage out to another DLSU system school.
FACT #11: DLSU's reputation na tambakan ng mga bobiski ay parte na ng tradisyong Pilipino at ng ating kultura. Medyo sloww na ang pagtinging sa mga Lasalista nung panahon pa ng ating mga ninuno. Walang pagbabago ngayon at kailan man. <----<<< Refer to the post of Eagle I.
FACT #12: DLSU's reputation as the most drug infested school sa Pinas. May da best ba naman na ganun?
FACT #13: DLSU's reputation as a party school. May reputasyon na gimik skewl. Bagay siya sa mga tamad mag-aral at gusto ng easy-easy na buhay bilang estudyante. Usually, yung mga medyo mahina sa akademiks ang pumapasok sa DLSU. (Hindi lahat ah at meron ding magagaling.)
FACT #14: Reputasyon na ng mga Lasallian schools ang pagka-ebakish. Hindi lang naman sa Pinas. Pati na rin sa USA. Walang Lasallian schools sa Top 1000 sa Amerika. (Source: US News) At least ang mga Jesuits ay may representasyon sa Top 50 schools sa USA... tulad ng Fordham, Georgetown, Holy Cross, Xavier, Boston College, Loyola U. ..... Ehhh ang La Salle, baka nasa Top 1,000,000,000 dun lang sila.
FACT #15: May estudyanteng tulad nila pukilaki, sprakatumski, patjo, zoltrix, greener_manure, atomic_utot, atb na KSP talaga at overdosed sa pagka-insecure sa pagka-ebaks ng skewl bukol nila. Palibasa tambakan ng mga medyo-slowwwww at bobiskis.
At marami pang iba.........
Once an ebak, always an ebak.
Yun truth lang po.
Fill ebaks in our minds!!!
NOBODY ENVIES EBAK DLSU.
No offense meant. I don't want to bash. Honest. Pexman. I'm just quoting the facts from a reliable source here because of the relevance of the post.
DLSU the best?
Maybe in basketball. That's it.
One Big FEU Fight!
hey dude,la salle does not only focus on sports only but academics as well.ateneo and UP also do the same,they focus both academics and sports.that is why they are TOP THREE BEST UNIVERSITIES in the country.
ONE BIG FIGHT!
ANIMO LA SALLE!
HIGH 5 @ 65!
*nagtataka lang ako,nawala yung posts namin dito ni blue tear...
Can La Salle please stop bragging that they are the best PRIVATE school? The truth is, UP is the BEST SCHOOL in the country. There's no use distinguishing between private or public institutions. In the surveys done by highly respected publications like Businessweek, US News, and the Financial Times, they don't segregate between the two, so why should La Salle? Ano, to say that they are number one at something?
GO AHEAD. BELIEVE IN YOUR OWN PRESS RELEASES.
ONE BIG FIGHT!!!
Atomic bombs post has a more sold factual basis than that of bulldogs! May mga LINK yung kay atomic samantalang kay bulldog wala, so we cannot say if bulldog is saying the truth, walang ebidensya eh!
pipol her r very desperate.
dis s a UAAP forum, it's about sports among the 8 member schools.
f u want 2 know 'which is which', then go to the academe forum.
u'l find many interesting topics.
infact, overrated already.
about... Ateneo de Manila University in Manila, the Philippines
Founded in 1865 by Spanish Jesuits, the Ateneo shifted to an English-language, American curriculum in 1921 when Jesuits of the New York Province assumed responsibility for the administration of what was then a small, elite undergraduate institution. Since 1946, Filipino Jesuits have run the university which currently has 4,000 students on its groomed, cloistered Loyola Heights campus on a ridge overlooking the Marikina Valley.
For several generations, it has been the country's leading institution for undergraduate education.
Over 70% of its classes are taught in English, allowing foreign students ready access to its curriculum. Ateneo has recently launched a sustained program of institutional development--doubling the size of the library, constructing a new social research complex, wiring the campus with fiber optic cables for email and the internet, and expanding the size of its student population.
Ateneo de Manila University.
Headed by Jesuits, this university provides the Philippine youth with the best college education possible in the Philippines today.
Ateneo is the number one ranked University in the Philippines
Taken from the FILIPINO EXPRESS Website:
Ateneo de Manila University
"Ateneo, one of the Philippine's oldest and most acclaimed universities, is known for its law and media programs."
Ateneo De Manila Law School Achieves 91.84% Overall Percentage Of Passing In 2000 Bar Examinations
The ATENEO DE MANILA LAW SCHOOL garnered third (3rd) and ninth (9th) places in the 2000 Bar Examinations. The more important statistics that show the Law School to be the premier law school in the country today is the maintenance of high overall percentage of passing for its bar candidates, thus:
Total Overall %
Number Passed Passing of Passing
New Candidates 84 79 94.05
Repeaters 14 11 78.57 91.84%
The 2001 Bar Exams figures are outstanding not only when compared to the national average of 20.84%, but moreso when compared to the nearest rival in overall passing percentage, San Beda College, with an overall percentage passing of 85.71%. University of Perpetual Help-Rizal achieved an overall passing percentage of 80%; while the University of the Philippines, achieved only a 73.44% overall passing percentage.
For each of the past ten (10) years, the ATENEO DE MANILA LAW SCHOOL has garnered top-ten placers each year (with Number 1 placings in four (4) years: 1991, 1992, 1993, and 1999) and has maintained the highest percentage of passing for its graduates at 86.35% (1991-84.55%; 1992-77.10%; 1993-84.29%; 1994-89.08%; 1995-86.72%; 1996-95.52%; 1997-79.84%; 1998-88.44%; 1999-86.07%; 2000-91.84%), against the national average of 20.41%.
When ATENEO DE MANILA LAW SCHOOL's average passing percentage is compared with that of its nearest rival (San Beda Law School) of 67.33% (1990-1999), and considering that its graduates over the past ten years have had to take the Bar Examinations only after earning a J.D. degree, where much of the time spent by studentds of other law school was to concentrate on review courses, compared with 240 hours of apprenticeship and the thesis preparation and defenses that Ateneo students have to undergo, then ATENEO DE MANILA LAW SCHOOL's achievements are quite phenomenal. It may interest many to know that in terms of percentage of successful passing of the candidates for the Bar Examinations, Ateneo's nearest rival has consistently been San Beda Law School, and not the UP Law School, which has averaged only 64% (1990-1999) over the last ten years.
Fly high Ateneo Legal Eagle!"
Here are the stats for the 2001 Bar Examinations :
Ateneo Law School:
Overall Passing Percentage--97.27%
University of the Philippines
Overall Passing Percentage--88.07%
San Beda College
Overall Passing Percentage--92.06%
Ateneo once again has the highest overall passing rate.
you be the judge kung bobo ba ang ateneans....
i graduated from DLSU, but i spent my HS at Ateneo. I took 3 entrance tests when i graduated: UP, Ateneo and DLSU. The UP and Ateneo tests were the hardest things i took in my entire life. just to let you know... i got 2 mistakes in my DLSU entrance test. sound like a challenge yet?
i spent 1 year at ComSci-Software tech. admittingly it was difficult, but what programming class and digital designs aren't? shifted to a LIA course... never studied since and got on the deans list 3 times. whew! i don't gegret going there at all. i had a real good time. nice people good facilities and all, but it was no ateneo. one thing i hated though is how when they found out i was from ateneo they would jump at the opportunity to say things like, "you guys are such arrogant B$&@#^@s", "bobo" and "finally you saw the light".
fact is ateneo, it don't lower its standards for anyone. even its own. cream of the crop buddy. cream of the crop.