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May 18, 2018 | 0 CommentsThe ouster of the Supreme Court Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno through this unprecendented landmark decision, does more harm than good to judicial integrity in the Philippines and its democratic institutions. As such, we the members of the Ateneo de Davao… read more Joint Statement: All Ateneo Presidents call for the immediate passage of the BBL

May 7, 2018 | 0 CommentsThe Ateneo presidents join the call for the immediate passage of the proposed Enhanced Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) as drafted by the expanded Bangsamoro Transition Committee (BTC). This version hews closest to the genuine aspirations of Filipino Muslims and other… read more AdDU Law Grad places 3rd in 2017 Bar

Apr 27, 2018 | 0 Comments Ms. Camille B. Remoroza, a graduate of the Ateneo de Davao University College of Law, has placed 3rd in the 2017 Bar Exams held last November, garnering a score of 90.79%. Her results mark the first time since 2002 of a Bar passer breaking through the 90% threshold…. read more Ateneo de Davao University Holds 2018 Commencement Exercises

Apr 19, 2018 | 0 CommentsThe Ateneo de Davao University held its annual college Commencement Exercises at the Martin Hall gymnasium, Jacinto Campus, last Saturday, 7 April 2018. Also included in the graduation ceremony were the conferral of the annual University Awards to their respective… read more

Failure to submit all the required documents before the end of enrolment period will mean cancellation of your acceptance into the Ateneo. Accepted applicants will be enrolled upon submission of complete documents and passing the interview with the Department Chairperson. Confirmation of your allocated course will be made on a first-come-first-served basis. Those who confirm after a course or program is filled up have to accept a second choice.

Transfer students who passed the ACAT may ask for credit validation of subjects/courses taken from previous school attended. A small number of transfer students are accepted into the University. If accepted, there is no guarantee as to the number of courses that will be validated or credited from the previous school. Generally only a few of the courses taken in previous school are transferred (credited) subject to the evaluation of the Department Chairpersons. Because of the structure of Ateneo curriculum, transfer students become irregular students who find good subjects/ schedule difficult to arrange. (Transfer students who finish two years in another college generally need at least three more years at the Ateneo to finish their degree.)

Courses taken from another school should be credited on the first semester/or summer (i.e.first enrolment) of studies at the University. No other course taken from another school may be credited after the first semester of studies in the University. The University reserves the right to evaluate courses taken from the previous school subject to the University standards and admission policies on credit transfer. Transfer students cannot take more than the regular load for the semester of the given program.

Failure to submit all the required documents before the end of enrolment will mean cancellation of your acceptance into the Ateneo. Accepted applicants will be enrolled upon submission of complete documents and passing the interview with the Program Director/Coordinator. Confirmation of your allocated course will be made on a first-come-first-served basis. Those who confirm after a course or program is filled up have to accept a second choice.

A small number of second course students are accepted into the University. If accepted, there is no guarantee as to the number of courses that will be validated or credited from the previous school. Generally only a few of the courses taken in previous school are transferred (credited) subject to the evaluation of the Department Chairpersons. Because of the structure of Ateneo curriculum, second course students become irregular students who find good subjects/schedule difficult to arrange. (Second course students who finish in another college generally need at least three more years at the Ateneo to finish their degree.)

Courses taken from another school should be credited on the first semester/or Summer (i.e first enrolment) of studies at the University. No other course taken from another school may be credited after the first semester of studies in the University. The University reserves the right to evaluate courses taken from the previous school subject to the University standards and admission policies on credit transfer. Second course students cannot take more than the regular load for the semester of the given program.