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ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY

SY 2012 - 2013




INFORMATION SHEET (SY 2012 – 2013)

School Address

Ateneo de Manila University

Loyola Heights 1108,

Quezon City, Philippines

Trunkline: (+632) 426 6001 local 4037

Tel/Fax: (+632) 426 5907, (+632) 927 4534

Email: oir@admu.edu.ph


Office Address and contact persons

Office of International Relations

3rd Floor, Faber Hall

Ateneo de Manila University

Loyola Heights 1108,

Quezon City, Philippines

Website: http://ateneo.edu/oir


Mr. Glenn F. De Leon

^ Acting Director

Trunkline: (+632) 426 6001 local 4040

Tel/Fax: (+632) 426 5907

Email: gdeleon@ateneo.edu


Mr. Marshal Murillo

Coordinator for Inbound Exchange Students

Trunkline: (+632) 426 6001 local 4041

Tel/Fax: (+632) 426 5907

Email: mmurillo@ateneo.edu


Ms. Suzanne Ann Andaya

^ Coordinator for Outbound Exchange Students

Trunkline: (+632) 426 6001 local 4038

Tel/Fax: (+632) 426 5907

Email: sandaya@ateneo.edu


Website

www.ateneo.edu/oir


Application Requirements and Deadlines


Application Requirements for Inbound Exchange Students


For UNDERGRADUATE EXCHANGE STUDENTS (Loyola Schools)

  1. Undergraduate Application Form

  2. Original TOR with English translation

  3. Photocopy of passport

  4. Letter of Nomination (certifying that you are an official exchange student from your school)

  5. Medical Insurance

  6. Health Certificate

  7. Course Preference

  8. Arrival Form (with arrival details)

  9. Housing/Accommodation Form

  10. 2 pieces of 2”x2” photo




For GRADUATE EXCHANGE STUDENTS (Loyola Schools)

  1. Graduate Application Form

  2. Authenticated by the Philippine Embassy:

  1. Bachelor’s degree transcript of records (TOR) with English translation

  2. Certificate of Graduation/Diploma

  1. Current graduate school transcript of records (TOR)

  2. Photocopy of passport

  3. Letter of Nomination (certifying that you are an official exchange student from your school)

  4. Medical Insurance

  5. Health Certificate

  6. Course Preference

  7. Arrival Form (with arrival details)

  8. Housing/Accommodation Form

  9. 2 pieces of 2”x2” photo




For GRADUATE EXCHANGE STUDENTS (Ateneo Graduate School of Business)

  1. Graduate Application Form

  2. Bachelor’s degree transcript of records (TOR) with English translation

  3. Certificate of Graduation/Diploma

  4. Current graduate school transcript of records (TOR)

  5. Photocopy of passport

  6. Letter of Nomination (certifying that you are an official exchange student from your school)

  7. Medical Insurance

  8. Health Certificate

  9. Course Preference

  10. Arrival Form (with arrival details)

  11. Housing/Accommodation Form

  12. 2 pieces of 2”x2” photo




Application Deadline(s) for Admission

(Exchange Student)

First Semester: February 15, 2012

Second Semester: July 15, 2012


NOTE: All application requirements should be submitted via e-mail and express airmail

^ Exchange Program-related Information for 1st Semester, SY 2012-2013


Expected Arrival dates in Manila

May 27 – June 3, 2012


Note: Students are required to arrive within these dates to apply for a Special Study Permit and settle in their chosen housing accommodation


^ Registration and Enrolment period for Incoming exchange Students



June 9 – June 15, 2012


Note: All students should attend on their own registration. OIR will facilitate the pre-registration, registration and enrolment process.


^ Orientation Sessions for Incoming Students


June 7 & 8, 2012  


Note: All incoming exchange students are required to attend the orientation days.

^ Exchange Program-related Information for 2nd Semester, SY 2012-2013


Expected Arrival dates in Manila

October 22 – 27, 2012


Note: Students are required to arrive within these dates to apply for a Special Study Permit and settle in their chosen housing accommodation


^ Registration and Enrolment period for Incoming exchange Students

November 3 – 9, 2012


Note: All students should attend on their own registration. OIR will facilitate the pre-registration, registration and enrolment process.


^ Orientation Sessions for Incoming Students


November 2 & 3, 2012  


Note: All incoming exchange students are required to attend the orientation days.

^ Academic & Course related information


Academic Calendar


First Semester: June 11, 2012 – October 13, 2012

Second Semester: November 5, 2012 – *March 23, 2012


Note: Tentative date for the end 2nd semester, subject to change


Course Information

NOTE: All courses will not be finalized until early June for the first semester and late October for the second semester


List of course offerings will be made available on this link: http://ls.ateneo.edu/class_schedule.php


Course descriptions (based on old list) are also available here: http://ateneo.edu/index.php?p=2838


^ Allowable number of units

Exchange students are allowed to take a minimum of 12 units and a maximum of 18 units. Usually, each subject has 3 American credits or 6 ECTS.



Courses restrictions

Undergraduate exchange students are NOT allowed to take graduate-level courses.


Graduate exchange students are allowed to take undergraduate-level courses.


Credit and Grading System


One subject usually has a 3-credit unit. One unit of credit is one hour lecture/recitation or two to four hours of laboratory each week for the period of a complete semester.


^ OFFICIAL GRADES

A = Excellent (92 – 100)

B+ = Very Good (87 – 91)

B = Good (83 – 86)

C+ = Satisfactory (79 – 82)

C = Suffcient (75 – 78)

D = Passing

INC = Incomplete

F = Failure (0)


^ Academic Transcripts of exchange students

Transcript of records (TOR) will be available a week after the exchange period. Original copy of the student’s official TOR will be sent to the student’s home university through express airmail. Scanned copy of TOR will be sent to student’s and university coordinator’s e-mail.


Students can request extra copies of TOR at a certain fee, such request should be e-mailed directly to registrar@admu.edu.ph

^ Preparatory English Language Course for Incoming Students


Students who need preparatory courses in English may join the Intensive English Language Program (130 hrs) offered by Ateneo Language Learning Center (ALLC) for a fee of
US$ 600/module.


Module 2: March 5 to April 13, 2012 (130 hrs)

Module 3: April 30 to June 8, 2012 (130 hrs)


All queries should be e-mailed directly to: allc@admu.edu.ph


^ Special Study Permit and Visa Information


Visa and Special Study Permit (SSP) Information

All international exchange students are advised to secure tourist visa which will be renewed regularly with a special assistance from the OIR.


All international exchange students are REQUIRED to secure Special Study Permit (SSP) throughout the duration of the exchange program at the Ateneo de Manila University. SSP is an essential requirement prior to the class enrolment.


For more visa-related expenses, please read the available information stipulated here, http://ateneo.edu/index.php?p=2357

^ Arrival & Housing/Accommodation Information


Deadline of submission of Housing and Arrival Form

Deadline of submission: May 21 – 25, 2012


NOTE: Failure to submit these forms would mean that the student has already acquired a pre-arranged arrival pick-up and permanent housing accommodation.

^ Airport pick-up service

Arrival guide will be sent in a separate sheet, with maps.


If you want to be picked –up at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), OIR will reserve you car rental on your way to on-campus dormitory or off-campus housing.


^ Nissan Taxi Rental

Vehicle

Cost

Capacity

Car (for individual arrival)

Php 750.00

1 – 2 persons

Van (for group arrival)

Php 1,800.00

5 – 6 persons




Housing Information:


Students should submit his/her housing accommodation statement on or before the determined application deadline.


There are three housing options:

  1. Off-campus (houses, apartments and condominium near Ateneo)

  2. On-campus (university dormitory)

  3. Own arrangements (prior housing arrangements)

On campus dormitory

On-campus dormitory reservation should be made on or before May 25, 2012


^ University Dormitory

Php 35,000.00

Per semester

Four in a room




Off campus housing

Lists of off-campus housing will be made available after the release of the acceptance letters.


While looking for house/apartments to stay, off-campus residing students will be temporarily housed in a housing partnership center, see the address below.


Unit 105 PhilDHRRA Partnership Center
59 C. Salvador Street, Varsity Hills
Loyola Heights, Quezon City
1108 Metro Manila, Philippines

(632) 426 6737 local 101


Off-campus housing reservation should be made on or before May 25, 2012.


^ Living Expenses and other helpful information


Living Expenses

Depending on the housing category you choose and your lifestyle, living expenses may range from as low as US $470 per month to as high as US $840/month.


Below is a breakdown of the estimated living expenses for an international student in Manila:






USD

Philippine peso (Php)

Housing Accommodation (depending on category)

US $ 150 - 550/month

Php 6,587.83 – 24,155.37 Php/month

Food 

120/mo 

5,222.37 /mo

Books

50/mo

2,195.94/mo

Transportation

25/mo 

1,097.97/mo 

Entertainment 

50/mo

2,195.94/mo

Miscellaneous 

45/mo

1,976.35/mo

TOTAL

US $ 470 - 840/month

20,641.86 - 36,556.62 Php/month




Other Relevant Academic and non-Academic Information for Incoming Exchange Students

All incoming exchange students are required to read all relevant information stipulated at http://ateneo.edu/oir


Last Update of this Information

January 19, 2012










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