Assumption College San Lorenzo Rankings

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Rank Ranking
#10923 of 14,131 In the World
#4436 of 5,830 In Asia
#117 of 229 In the Philippines
#2 of 3 In Makati

Quick Review

Religion
Christian-Catholic
Gender
All female
Acceptance rate
82%
Enrollment
750
Type
Non-profit
Funding
Private
Highest Degree
Bachelor

Acceptance rate & Admissions

Acceptance Rate82%
Admissions RequirementsYes, based on entrance examinations and students' past academic record and grades
Academic CalendarSemesters
Enrollment750
Full time employee150
Student:staff ratio5:1

Publications & Citations

Publications
1
Citations
0

Assumption College San Lorenzo majors

by publication & citation count

Gender Studies
1 / 0
Creative Writing
1 / 0
Geography and Cartography
1 / 0
Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
1 / 0
Art & Design
1 / 0
Environmental Science
1 / 0
Media Studies
1 / 0

Tuition

UndergraduateGraduate
Local students $1,750$1,750
International students $1,750

Programs and Degrees

Programs Associate's degree Bachelor's Master's Doctoral
Design | Arts | Humanities +
Business | Politics | Social Sciences +
Languages | Culture | Linguistics
Nursing | Health | Pharmacy | Medicine
Engineering | IT
Maths | Natural Sciences +

Notable alumni

  1. Gloria Macapagal Arroyo

    Gloria Macapagal Arroyo
    Born in
    Philippines Flag Philippines
    Years
    1947-.. (age 75)
    Occupations
    economistuniversity teacherpolitician
    Biography

    Maria Gloria Macaraeg Macapagal Arroyo, often referred to by her initials GMA, is a Filipina academic and politician who served as the 14th president of the Philippines from 2001 until 2010. She is the longest serving president of the Philippines since Ferdinand Marcos. Before her accession to the presidency, she served as the 10th vice president of the Philippines from 1998 to 2001, making her the country's first female vice president under President Joseph Estrada, despite having run on an opposing ticket. She was also a senator from 1992 to 1998. After her presidency, she was elected as the representative of Pampanga's 2nd district in 2010 and later became the speaker of the House of Representatives from 2018 until her retirement in 2019. She is the only person to hold three of the four highest offices in the country: vice president, president, and house speaker.

  2. Teresa Aquino-Oreta

    Teresa Aquino-Oreta
    Born in
    Philippines Flag Philippines
    Years
    1944-2020 (aged 76)
    Occupations
    politicianmilitary personnel
    Biography

    Maria Teresa Aquino-Oreta, better known as Tessie Aquino-Oreta, was a Filipina politician. She was the chairperson of the Senate Committee on Education, Arts and Culture in the 11th Congress.

  3. Librada Avelino

    Librada Avelino
    Born in
    Philippines Flag Philippines
    Years
    1873-1934 (aged 61)
    Occupations
    teacherwomen's rights activist
    Biography

    Librada Avelino was a Filipina educator who co-founded the Centro Escolar University. She was the first woman to earn a teaching certificate from the Spanish authorities when she passed her examination in 1889. Continuing her education, Avelino was also certified as a secondary teacher in 1893. After establishing her own girls' school in Pandacan, she was forced to flee to Manila when in 1896, the Philippine Revolution brought troops to Pandacan. Reopening a school in the capital, she operated until the Spain ceded the country to the United States and the educational authorities changed the requirements, implementing English language curricula. To learn English, she agreed to take a post as principal of the Pandacan Girls' School, believing that teaching the language would help her learn it faster. She also took English classes and studied English briefly in Hong Kong in 1901.

  4. Carmen de Luna

    Carmen de Luna
    Born in
    Philippines Flag Philippines
    Years
    1873-1962 (aged 89)
    Occupations
    university presidentteacher
    Biography

    Carmen de Luna Villajuan was a Filipina educator and co-founded the Centro Escolar University. After completing her own education to train as a teacher, de Luna taught at the private school run by Librada Avelino in Manila and the Pandacan Public Girls' School. In 1907, the two women, along with Fernando Salas founded the Centro Escolar de SeƱoritas, as a non-sectarian educational facility for girls. Acting as assistant director from 1907 to 1934, she assumed the directorship upon Avelido's death and led the university until her own death in 1962.

General info

Alternative names AC
Founded 1959
Accreditation Commission on Higher Education of the Philippines
Colors gold, white, blue
Academic structure The Marie Eugenie School for Innovative Learning
The Milleret School of Business and Management for Women

Location and Contacts

Address San Lorenzo Village
Makati City, National Capital Region, 1223
Philippines
City population 630,000
Phone +63 (2) 817 0757
Fax +63 (2) 817 7773

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