WHY AUF: Angeles University envisions becoming a center of excellence in instruction, research, and community extension services in the country and in the global community. To realize its vision, the University is committed to the "total development of man for God and humanity." Guided by its vision and mission, the University aims to: Provide competent and dedicated faculty, state-of-the-art facilities, and relevant curricular programs responsive to the dynamically changing national and international environment Develop committed leaders and professionals in various fields of endeavor, imbued with genuine concern for the improvement of the quality of human life Spearhead feasible research projects in science, technology and the humanities Implement outreach programs for the benefit of the community particularly in the areas in need of sustainable development;
Angeles University Development Foundation Mr. Agustin P. Angeles, Dr. Barbara Y. Angeles and family established Angeles University Foundation a non-stock, non-profit educational institution on May 25, 1962. After only less than nine years of successful operation, the Institution was granted University status on April 16, 1971 by the Department of Education, Culture and Sports On December 4, 1975, the University was converted into a non-stock, non-profit educational foundation -- a decision of the founding family motivated by the sincere desire to perpetuate the missionary commitment of providing relevant and quality education to the Central Luzon region. .
Angeles City- Angeles University Foundation will be conferring the distinguished University Medal of Honor upon Asian Development Bank vice president for finance and administration Bindu N. Lohani during the commencement exercises of the AUF Graduate School on June 14, 2008 here it was announced by AUF chancellor Emmanuel Y. Angeles. Born in Nepal, Dr. Lohani is being cited in recognition of his staunch advocacy and unwavering commitment to environmental protection and sustainable development. Prior to his current position, he also served in various capacities the Government of Nepal from 1970 to 1977, Asian Institute of Technology in Thailand from 1977 to 1985. He has been with ADB since 1985 and has been widely acknowledged for his work on economic-cum-environmental approach to sustainable development. Dr. Lohani is holder of a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, master’s degree in Environmental and Sanitary Engineering, and doctorate degree in Environmental Technology and Management. He also completed management development programs at the University of Chicago, Cornell University, Arthur D. Little School of Management and Yale University.
There are separate facilities for Boys and girls. Well appointed hostels with fully furnished, air conditioned rooms made for international students. Rooms are furnished with TV, Telephone, Refrigerator, Washing Machine, Radiators, Air condition and other amenities. The hostels are given good protection by security agencies and police booths in the University . BARBARA was born on December 4, 1907. Her birth was considered a high event, an appropriate justification for a Yuletide thanksgiving celebration. On Christmas Day, the family invited friends and relatives to witness the very charming way the baby girl would open her eyes and squint at the guests who were disarmed by the innocence of her smile. The years passed very quickly and the infant blossomed into a lovable schoolgirl, earning credits for her mathematics prowess, and honors for her language proficiency. Averse to seeking for public recognition, Barbara was content with her silent victory over the curricular requirements. Upon graduation from high school, she informed her parents of her decision to pursue a degree in education. Barbara was a woman of wisdom. She remained undaunted by this unfortunate evidence of man's ingratitude to man. On the other hand, it strengthened her resolve to keep alive the dream of providing education to deserving students.
AUDF President Wilson "Dhee" de Ocampo (left) and Dr. Emmanuel Y. Angeles, AUF Chancellor, AUFMC President & CEO, and Corporate Secretary of the AUDF Board of Trustees. The growth and development of every country depends largely on its available resources, its kind of leadership and governance, and the innate ability of its people to meet their basic needs and respond to the demands of modern times. Now on its 23rd year, the AUDF continue to hold the torch of hope for many Filipinos who dream of obtaining quality education and healthcare, through the following programs:
BRIG OWENS, Esq. is the incumbent Chairman of the AUDF, more popularly known as the Founder and Chairman of the Super Leaders Inc. , a youth leadership, mentoring and drug-prevention program established in 1985 which has benefited 22,000 students across Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia. A partner of the Bennett & Owens, a sports management and real estate development firm, he is also Board Member of the National Council for Educational and Human Development of the George Washington University and the Venture Philanthropy Partners.
News and Updates Ygot, 22, did not hide his humble beginnings, which he said was even his strength and reason to finish college. He did and with a bonus: being among the top passers in the board exams Academic Programs GRADUATE SCHOOL: Doctor of Business Administration Doctor of Philosophy in Education Doctor of Philosophy in Public Administration Master in Business Administration Master in Information Technology Master in Nursing Master in Public Administration Master in Public Health Master of Arts in Education Master of Arts in Nursing SCHOOL OF MEDICINE: Doctor of Medicine SCHOOL OF LAW: Juris Doctor COLLEGE OF ALLIED MEDICAL PROFESSIONS: BS Medical Laboratory Science BS Occupational Therapy BS Pharmacy BS Physical Therapy COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES: AB Communication BS Biology BS Psychology COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINSITRATION: BS Accountancy BSBA Finance & Management Accounting BSBA Marketing Management BSBA Marketing & Golf Management BS Hotel & Restaurant Management BS Human Resource Development Management BS Tourism COLLEGE OF COMPUTER STUDIES: BS Computer Science BS Information Technology Associate in Computer Technology COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE EDUCATION: BS Criminology COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING: BS Avionics Engineering Technology BS Civil Engineering BS Computer Engineering BS Electronics & Communications Engineering BS Engineering Management BS Semiconductor Engineering
Center for Research and Development Research in the University shall generally support and enhance instruction and community extension services. As such it aims to: · Provide policy direction in research consistent with the imperatives of the University's Five-Year Institutional Research and Development Plan, the Ten-Year Institutional Development Plan (1996-2005), and the Long Term Higher Education Development Plan (1996-2005); Mission and Vision The Center for Research and Development of Angeles University envisions to be the Center for Research in Central Luzon.
INSTRUCTIONAL FACILITIES TEACHING FACILITIES : Instructional Facilities - University Libraries - Speech Laboratories - Science & Technology Laboratories - Instructional Media Center - Special Training Facilities - Sports & Recreational Facilities - Physical Facilities - Maintenance and Sanitation
LOCATION & CITY: Angeles City geographically located within the province of Pampanga in the Philippines. It is locally classified as a first-class, highly urbanized city. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 267,788. The Diosdado Macapagal International Airport inside the Clark Special Economic Zone serves Angeles, which is located in the northwestern part of the city. Being the former home of the largest United States Air Force base outside of the continental United States, Angeles was heavily dependent on the U.S. base at that time.Endowed with economic and business opportunities, Angeles is dubbed as the Entertainment Capital of Central Luzon. Sisig is one dish that exemplifies all these and is a favorite among Filipinos. According to the Center for Kapampangan Studies, the dish originated in this city and has been on the menu since the 1730s. Thus it has also become known as the culinary center of Pampanga.
"Helping make a difference in the lives of our people goes beyond providing them equal access to basic social services, it also means empowering them to make important decisions and preparing them to assume important roles in society." DURATION & APPLICATION: 5.5 years MD program equivalent to M.B.B.S First part is called the Bachelor of Science and the duration is for 16 months. During this period the students should take part in NMAT tests (This test is to check their knowledge and shall be 3 times a year) Then the MD program runs for another 4 years. Note: Taking NMAT test is compulsory to get into the medical program. NMAT has no pass or fail criteria. It has percentile scores .
auf provides separate hostel facilities for boys and girls. The hostels are well equipped with A/C, Study Table, Kitchen utility items and cots with mattresses.