UC is CHEd-delivering institution of graduate scholarships for K to 12 transition period

The Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) identified the University of the Cordilleras as a delivering higher education institution (DHEI) of graduate scholarships under the commission’s faculty and staff development program in the K-12 transition period.

CHED grants UC “Autonomous Status” anew

The University of the Cordilleras has been granted Autonomous Status by the Commission on Higher Education, as per CHED CMO No. 12, series of 2019 released this October. UC is among only 68 private higher education institutions in the country, and among the three universities in Baguio City, to be granted this status.

The UC Quality Policy

The University of the Cordilleras is committed to exceed customer requirements through continuous improvement of all its processes in the facets of instruction, research, curriculum design/development and extension duly performed by committed personnel and comply with institutional, statutory and regulatory requirements that are applicable to its educational services.

UC-ITCS, Awarded 3rd Place in the ERPSim Competition Philippines

Participants: Darwin Dale A. Agustin (BSIT), John Paul D. Ayaoan (BSIT), Josh Adrian L. Culbengan (BSIT),
Melinda A. Beninsig (Adviser)
ERPSim Competition Philippines held November 20, 2020

Reservation for Incoming Grade School, Junior High School & Senior High School

To Reserve: fill out Google forms by typing the following link/s on your browser
• Grade School & Junior High School: https://bit.ly/uc-gsjhs-admission
• Senior High School: https://bit.ly/uc-shs-admission

February 15, 2021

Dr. Christian T. Pascual of the College of Criminal Justice Education (CCJE) has recently been appointed as a member of the prestigious Career Progression and Specialization Program and Credit Accumulation and Transfer System (CPSP-CATS) committee of criminology by virtue of the Professional Regulation Commission resolution no. 1316 series of 2021.

July 24, 2020

The Geospatial Assessment and Modelling of Urban Heat Islands in Philippine Cities (Project GUHeat) aims to assess the development of urban heat islands in rapidly urbanizing and highly urbanized cities in the Philippines and develop models for estimating land surface temperatures (LST) and predicting urban heat islands (UHIs) by relating LST with environmental factors including land use - land cover distribution. This project is funded by the Innovation Council (Philippine Council for Industry, Energy, & Emerging Technology Research & Development of DOST (DOST-PCIEERD) and is implemented by the University of the Philippines Training Center for Applied Geodesy and Photogrammetry (UP TCAGP).

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