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Universal College, formerly the Universal College of Nursing, is a school located in Parañaque City, Metro Manila, Philippines. It was established in 2005.

History[edit]

Built and established in 2005, the Universal College of Nursing was founded by its incumbent president, Mr. Domingo Tay. With his background in the manufacturing sector and his sincere desire to contribute to nation-building, Mr. Tay wanted to address the labor demand gap both for the local and global markets. Hence, the first and flagship program became B.S. Nursing which practically occupied half of the 5-storey edifice along Sucat, Road in the bustling city of Paranaque. The school has always forged close links with the government of Paranaque City under the leadership of Mayor Florencio Bernabe Jr.. Following the city’s slogan “Give customers the best treatment they deserve,’’ Mr. Tay was inspired to adopt a school motto that was congruent to it, ‘’A sound mind and a sound body.’’ Tourism (BST), Hotel and Restaurant Management (BSHRM), Information System (BSIS) and Business Administration with Majors in Financial Management and Marketing (BSBA) were subsequently offered. As of 2008, all its academic programs are now recognized by the Commission on Higher Education. To date, UC has new courses such as Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd), Bachelor of Secondary Education, BS Accountancy, BS Electrical Engineering, BS Computer Engineering, bs Electronics Engineering, and Short Courses such as Culinary Arts, Medical Transcription, Caregiving NC II, Certificate in Practical Nursing, Hotel and Restaurant Services, PC Operations NC II, Programming NC II and Computer Hardware Servicing NC II. The first batch of B.S. Nursing graduates took the Nursing board examination last June 2009 and seventeen graduates passed and took oath with the Professional Regulation Commission. The school now seeks to be granted a permit to operate its B.S. Accountancy and B.S. Engineering programs commencing school year 2010-2011. The first batch of B.S. Nursing graduates took the Nursing board examination last June 2009 and seventeen graduates passed and took oath with the Professional Regulation Commission. The school now seeks to be granted a permit to operate its B.S. Accountancy and B.S. Engineering programs.

Colleges[edit]

The Universal College of Parañaque is committed to the development of the Filipino as a well-rounded individual. It aims to produce citizens who are globally competitive, dynamically adoptive to the changing society and efficiently responsive to the demands of the world.

  • College of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences (CNAHS)
  • College of International Tourism and Hospitality Management (CITHM)
  • College of Business and Accountancy (CBA)
  • College of information Technology Education (CITE)
  • College of Education (CEd)
  • College of Engineering (CEng)




External links[edit]


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The Plain Dealer - cleveland.com (blog)
Mon, 25 Aug 2014 15:21:20 -0700

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- About 250 parents of kindergartners have registered for Cuyahoga County's new universal college savings account program, an aide to County Executive Ed FitzGerald said Monday. Ken Surratt, a special assistant to FitzGerald, also ...

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Washington Post
Wed, 03 Sep 2014 19:01:40 -0700

Goucher College is offering a novel way for cellphone-savvy teenagers to seek admission if the regular application process seems too confusing or if they fear that their grades and test scores aren't good enough. They can skip the ACT and SAT admission ...
 
Himalayan Times
Sat, 20 Sep 2014 14:11:15 -0700

Similarly, Bhairahawa-based Universal College of Medical Sciences was given 135 seats slashing its earlier intake of 150 students while Chitwan Medical Colleges was allocated 140 seats, 10 seats lower than previous session. However, 70 seats alloted to ...
 
6abc.com
Wed, 03 Sep 2014 14:11:13 -0700

Temple police have investigated 103 incidents over the past two weeks. Many of them were thefts, such as stolen iPhones. There were only three incidents of crimes against person. A vast majority were related to a universal college issue of underage ...

Tufts Daily

Tufts Daily
Wed, 03 Sep 2014 07:09:42 -0700

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions announced its decision to accept the Universal College Application in addition to the Common Application (Common App) and extend its Early Decision I deadline in response to technical issues last year with the ...
 
Himalayan Times
Tue, 09 Sep 2014 15:10:59 -0700

“A meeting of the IoM's full faculty also decided to allow Bhairahawa-based Universal College of Medical Sciences to admit only 135 new students, instead of 150,” sources said, adding that the IoM has allocated 140 seats for Chitwan Medical College, 10 ...
 
Ahmedabad Mirror
Wed, 10 Sep 2014 13:46:08 -0700

As Fee Regulatory Committee was to revise fee for colleges offering professional courses this year, many colleges demanded significant fee hike - up to 30 per cent beginning this academic year. However, a systematic analysis of the financial statements ...
 
New Zealand Herald
Mon, 25 Aug 2014 09:52:30 -0700

"The anger's still there. But I have the tools to work on that." His second key step to rehabilitation was a judge's leniency. After enrolling in a diploma in cookery at Wanganui's Universal College of Learning two years ago, he faced charges for drug ...
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