Touring the MLQU's School for Professional Advancement (SPACE)

Happy Quezon City Day! I grew up in Makati until the age of eighteen. Then we moved to San Mateo Rizal, Sta. Maria in Bulacan and in Quezon City. As far as I can remember, I've stayed in QC for the longest period of time. I also took up and finished nursing in one of the nursing schools in Quezon City. I had so many fond memories living here. I left and never thought I would come back after getting married.

Quezon is Home at MLQU Quezon City campus
Living in Quezon City is a lot more convenient. We're accessible to almost all establishments. There are easy routes from and to Makati, Manila, even going south especially to the airport. You see, we are surrounded with big department stores and supermarkets. For emergency, there are hospitals both public and private, even clinics. Tertiary and specialty hospitals for specific medical needs like East Avenue, the Lung Center, Heart Center, Kidney Institute and St. Lukes. Our home is just walking distance from the police station as well. Parents need not have to send their children in Manila for schooling. Quezon City is a big city surrounded with universities and colleges offering graduate, post-graduate and even vocational courses. Just last year, Manuel L. Quezon University opened its doors for people living in QC and nearby areas. The university has produced top bar passers and notable government officials.

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In celebration of 138th birthday of the late president, Manuel L. Quezon, the institution, MLQU unveiled his portrait done by national artist for painting, Fernando Amorsolo.

Manuel L. Quezon painting by Fernando Amorsolo
Manuel L. Quezon painting by Fernando Amorsolo

Courses offered at MLQU in Quezon City


1. Career in Real Estate Management
The MLQU QC extension is now offering pioneering programs. In partnership with distinguished groups to introduce pioneering programs, a career in real estate management. MLQU officials forged the deal with Chamber of Real Estate and Builders‘ Associations, Inc. (CREBA), the largest real estate umbrella organization in the country, with a memorandum of understanding signing. Moreover, CREBA and MLQU will create training modules that aim to acquaint students with real estate law in relation to commercial, rental and private property.

2. Bloomberg and East West Educational Specialists, Co. Inc. (EWES) are collaborating
on several initiatives such as the Bloomberg EWES Certified Financial Markets Professional
Program, Bloomberg EWES Faculty Development Programs, and Bloomberg Professional
Service Practicum Program, which includes international trips exposures to integrate the
Bloomberg terminal application Into EWES course curriculum.

In collaboration with MLQU, East West shall conduct certification programs and review classes for different courses and programs for all students and graduates of MLQU in accordance with the
requirements and standards of the Commission on Higher Education, Bloomberg LP and
Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment, and Securities and Exchange Commission.

3. American Concrete Institute (ACI) and Association of Structural Engineers of the Philippines
(ASEP). In its plan to beef up its Architecture and Engineering programs, MLQU partnered
with American Concrete Institute - Philippine Chapter (ACI) and Association of Structural
Engineers of the Philippines (ASEP), programs aiming to develop both the students and
professionals’ knowledge and practice in structural engineering. ACI has been in the
Philippines since 1995 and advocates for concrete quality and the upliftment of the concrete
industry.

New San Jose Builders, lnc. improves and upgrades MLQU facilities


It was in October 2014 when property developer New San Jose Builders, lnc. (NSJBI) acquired
ownership of the 69-year old Manuel L. Quezon University (MLQU). With the goal of helping Filipino students achieving a better life through education, NSJBI supported the institution by improving and upgrading the school's facilities as well as expanding its students' opportunities.

Quezon City Day 2016

MLQU's School for Professional Advancement
MLQU's School for Professional Advancement
MLQU's School for Professional Advancement library
MLQU SPACE library
MLQU Quezon City campus
MLQU Quezon City Campus
MLQU's School for Professional Advancement
MLQU's School for Professional Advancement
MLQU's School for Professional Advancement
MLQU School of Law
Developed by NSJBI, MLQU opened the School for Professional Advancement and continuing
Education (SPACE) in the Victoria Sports Tower along EDSA in 2015. We toured the facility up to 2nd floor but it has 5 floors or a total of 34,180 sqm. There's sports and social club features replete with the most advanced indoor sports complex, business amenities, wellness and fitness centers, residential facilities, with hotel-like lobby tailor-fit for sophisticated business appointments and meetings. 

MLQU continues to expand as another campus will soon rise in Timog Avenue to open up
more college courses in the coming year. Visit MLQU SPACE for more information and inquiries about the latest programs and certification offerings or contact 683-2327 local 122 or 129. Visit the website at mlqu.edu.ph

I'm happy to visit the new Manuel L. Quezon University campus in Quezon City. What are your thoughts about the new MLQU Quezon City campus?

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