Ateneo de Manila University

The Ateneo de Manila University (Filipino: Pamantasang Ateneo de Manila; Spanish: Universidad Ateneo de Manila), commonly referred to as the Ateneo de Manila or the Ateneo, is a private, Catholic, teaching and research university,[7] and a basic education institution located in Quezon City, Philippines. Established in 1859 by the Jesuits, it is among the oldest Jesuit-administered institutions of higher education in the Asia-Pacific.

Ateneo de Manila University
Pamantasang Ateneo de Manila (Filipino)
University seal[1]
Latin: Ūniversitās Athēnaea Manīlēnsis
Former names
  • Escuela Municipal de Manila (1960–1980)
  • Ateneo Municipal de Manila (1865–1909)
  • Ateneo de Manila
    (1909–1959)
Motto
Lux in Domino
Motto in English
Light in the Lord
TypePrivate, research, non-profit, coeducational basic and higher education institution
EstablishedDecember 10, 1859 (164 years and 222 days)
Religious affiliation
Roman Catholic (Jesuits)
Academic affiliations
ChairmanBernadine T. Siy
PresidentFr. Roberto C. Yap, SJ
Academic staff
approx. 2,470[2]
Administrative staff
3,015[3]
Students15,269 (university level)[2]
Undergraduates8,614[2]
Postgraduates6,655[2]
Other students
approx. 6,500 (grade school and high school)
Location
Loyola Heights, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
  • Grade School
  • Junior High School
  • Senior High School
  • College
  • School of Government

Salcedo Village, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines Rockwell Center, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines

Ortigas Center, Pasig, Metro Manila, Philippines

  • School of Medicine and Public Health

14°38′20″N 121°4′40″E / 14.63889°N 121.07778°E / 14.63889; 121.07778
CampusUrban (main campus)
83 hectares (210 acres)[4]
NewspaperThe Guidon
ColorsBlue and white[5]
   
NicknameBlue Eagles
Sporting affiliations
MascotBlue Eagle[6]
Websiteateneo.edu
Ateneo de Manila University is located in Metro Manila
Ateneo de Manila University
Location in Metro Manila
Ateneo de Manila University is located in Luzon
Ateneo de Manila University
Location in Luzon
Ateneo de Manila University is located in Philippines
Ateneo de Manila University
Location in the Philippines

The Ateneo de Manila is widely regarded as one of the leading universities in the Philippines, offering primary and secondary education, as well as undergraduate and graduate programs in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, engineering, and business. The university provides professional degrees through the Graduate School of Business, the School of Government, the School of Medicine and Public Health, and the Ateneo Law School. It follows a Jesuit tradition of liberal arts education, emphasizing the humanities at all educational levels.

History

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The Jesuits returned to the Philippines in the 19th century and took over a small private school in Manila, renaming it the Ateneo Municipal de Manila in 1859.[8] Initially situated in Intramuros, the school moved to Ermita after the original campus was destroyed by fire in 1932. However, it was again destroyed during the Battle of Manila in 1945. Post-World War II, the university relocated to Loyola Heights, Quezon City, and eventually sold the Ermita site.[9]

Fr. Pacifico Ortiz, SJ became the first Filipino president of the university on September 25, 1969.[10] During his tenure, the Graduate School was divided into the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and what would later become the Graduate School of Business. In 1968, Ateneo co-founded the Asian Institute of Management.[11] Female students were first admitted to the college in 1973.[12] By 1976, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences had moved to Loyola Heights, and the Padre Faura campus was closed in 1977.[13]

In the 1970s, Ateneo students became active in protests against martial law,[14] and many participated in the People Power Revolution in 1986.[15]

In 1991, the Ateneo Law School became the first in the country to offer the Juris Doctor degree.[16] The School of Government was established in 1996, and a new campus for the Graduate School of Business, Law School, and School of Government opened in Rockwell Center in 1998.[17] Significant developments in the 2000s include the establishment of the Loyola Schools and completion of various educational and recreational facilities.[18]

The university continued to expand and innovate, launching the Pathways to Higher Education initiative in 2002,[19] and establishing the Church of the Gesù in the Loyola Heights campus in July 2002.[20]

In 2003, the Ateneo formalized its partnership with Gawad Kalinga for university-wide social action.[21] The Manuel V. Pangilinan Center for Student Leadership opened in 2006, and the Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health began operations in 2007.[22]

In recent years, significant events include the shooting incident in July 2022 that led to the cancellation of the law school's graduation ceremonies,[23] and the consolidation of the university's higher education units in October 2022.[24]

Campuses

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The Ateneo de Manila's main campus is located in Loyola Heights, Quezon City,[25] covering 83 hectares (210 acres). It houses the university’s primary, secondary, and tertiary education units, along with various research centers and institutes.[4]

Loyola Heights

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Aerial view of the Loyola Heights campus

The Loyola Heights campus, adjacent to Miriam College, includes the grade school, high school, and college. It features facilities such as the Henry Lee Irwin Theater, the Science Education Complex, and the John Gokongwei School of Management Complex.[26] In 2018, the university inaugurated the Areté, a creative hub that includes the Ateneo Art Gallery, theaters, and collaborative spaces.[27]

The Rizal Library and several research centers are located here, including the Institute of Philippine Culture and the Manila Observatory. Athletic facilities include the Blue Eagle Gym and the Moro Lorenzo Sports Center.[26]

The campus also hosts the Church of the Gesù and multiple chapels. The university is home to the largest Jesuit community in the Philippines.[26]

Satellite campuses

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The Rockwell Center in Makati houses the School of Law and the Graduate School of Business, among other units.[26] The Salcedo Village campus contains various facilities, including the Ateneo Center for Continuing Education. The Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health is located at the Don Eugenio López Sr. Medical Complex in Ortigas Center, Pasig, alongside its partner hospital, The Medical City.[26]

Ateneo Blue Cloud

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ateneo launched the Ateneo Blue Cloud, a virtual campus providing online, blended, and face-to-face learning materials.[28]

Administration and organization

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The university is overseen by a board of trustees, chaired by Bernadine T. Siy.[29] The president, currently Roberto Yap, leads the central administration.[30] The university's structure includes vice presidents for social development, university and global relations, finance, and administration and human resources.[31][32][33][34]

The Ateneo de Manila has been granted autonomous status by the Philippine Commission on Higher Education (CHED) since 2001, granting it flexibility in introducing new programs. It is one of a select few universities in the country to receive this status.[35]

The university is organized into twelve schools, divided between the higher education and basic education units. Each unit is managed by a vice president.[36]

Higher education

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The Ateneo's higher education unit comprises nine schools: the School of Humanities, the John Gokongwei School of Management, the School of Science and Engineering, the School of Social Sciences, the Gokongwei Brothers School of Education and Learning Design,[37] the Graduate School of Business, the Ateneo School of Law, the Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health, and the Ateneo School of Government.[24]

Basic education

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The Chapel of The Holy Guardian Angel and a statue of Saint Ignatius of Loyola at the Ateneo de Manila Grade School

The Ateneo de Manila Grade School (AGS) offers elementary education and was the university's first unit. The school transitioned to co-education in the 2024–25 academic year.[38] The AGS was one of the first to adopt the Singapore math curriculum in the Philippines.[39]

The Ateneo de Manila Junior High School (AJHS) provides middle school education and was founded in 2013 to comply with the Philippines' K-12 system.[40]

The Ateneo de Manila Senior High School (ASHS) offers the eleventh and twelfth grades since 2013 and became co-educational in 2016.[41]

The ASHS provides all four academic strands of the K-12 program: Accountancy and Business Management; Humanities and Social Sciences; Science and Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics; and the General Academic strand.[42]

Loyola School of Theology

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The Loyola School of Theology, affiliated with the university, offers baccalaureate, licentiate, and doctoral degrees in theology and pastoral ministry.[43]

Academics

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The Ateneo de Manila University provides education at the primary, secondary, undergraduate, and graduate levels. The university offers 48 undergraduate, 93 graduate, and 11 professional degree programs. Dual and joint degrees are also available, including partnerships with international universities.[44][45]

The primary language of instruction is English, with some classes offered in Filipino.[46]

The Ateneo de Manila University emphasizes a liberal arts undergraduate core curriculum that includes philosophy, literature, theology, history, and the social sciences. This curriculum is designed to foster student-centred learning and community engagement.[47][48]

Reputation and rankings

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University rankings
Global – Overall
QS World[49]516 (2025)
QS Employability[50]151–160 (2023)
THE World[51]1001–1200 (2024)
Regional – Overall
QS Asia[49]137 (2024)
THE Asia[51]401–500 (2024)
National – Overall
QS National[49]2 (2024)
THE National[51]1 (2023)

The Ateneo is ranked as a top institution in the Philippines by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings and the QS World University Rankings. It was first among private universities and second overall in the Philippines in both QS's World and Asia rankings.[49][51]

As of 2024, the Ateneo is ranked fourth in the Philippines by the Webometrics Ranking of World Universities and third by EduRank.[52][53]

The university holds 11 Centers of Excellence and 6 Centers of Development as recognized by CHED.[54]

The Ateneo's academic programs are accredited at Level IV by CHED and the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU).[55]

Graduate school rankings

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The Legal Education Board has ranked the Ateneo de Manila School of Law as the top law school in the past decade, producing a 7.18% share or 1,794 out of total new lawyers.[56] The school continues to consistently have the highest passing rate for first-time examinees, topping the 2020/2021 and 2022 Bar Examinations.[57] Graduates of the Ateneo Law School have an average grade of 89.2 in the Philippine Bar Examination and the school has produced 23 top notchers in history, the second highest number of bar top notchers.[58]

The Professional Regulation Commission has ranked the Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health as the best performing medical school in the Philippines in 2019, as the school had a 100% passing rate in the Philippine Physician Licensure Examination out of 133 examinees.[59]

The Ateneo School of Government has been ranked as one of the top public policy schools and is the only Philippine institution listed in the first-ever ranking of public-policy schools in the Asia-Pacific region. The school was ranked 25th by citation impact factor, with a total of 7 citations scoring 1.17 impact factor.[60]

Eduniversal ranked the Ateneo Graduate School of Business as one of the top business schools in the country, ranking 3rd with 3 Palmes of Excellence in 2021.[61]

Research centers and auxiliary units

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Ateneo houses numerous research centers focusing on disaster risk reduction, public education, human migration, and governance, among other fields. These include the Ateneo Center for Economic Research and Development, the Institute of Philippine Culture, and the Manila Observatory.[26]

  • Ateneo Center for Asian Studies
  • Ateneo Center for Economic Research and Development
  • Ateneo Center for Educational Development
  • Ateneo Center for English Language Teaching
  • Ateneo Center for Organisation Research and Development
  • Ateneo Center for Psychological and Educational Assessment
  • Ateneo Center for Social Entrepreneurship
  • Ateneo Center for Social Policy and Public Affairs
  • Ateneo Family Business Development Center
  • Ateneo Innovation Center
  • Ateneo Institute of Literary Arts and Practices
  • Ateneo Java Wireless Competency Center
  • Ateneo Language Learning Center
  • Ateneo Macroeconomic Research Unit
  • Ateneo-PLDT Advanced Network Testbed
  • Ateneo Research Network for Development
  • Ateneo Teacher Center
  • Ateneo de Manila University Press
  • Ateneo Wellness Center
  • Center for Communication Research and Technology
  • Center for Community Services
  • Eugenio Lopez Jr. Center for Multimedia Communication
  • Gaston Z. Ortigas Peace Institute
  • Governor José B. Fernandez Ethics Center for Business and Public Service
  • Institute of Philippine Culture
  • Institute of Social Order
  • Institute for Church and Social Issues
  • John Gokongwei School of Management Business Accelerator
  • John Gokongwei School of Management Business Resource Center
  • Konrad Adenauer Asian Center for Journalism
  • Manila Observatory
  • National Chemistry Instrumentation Center
  • Ninoy and Cory Aquino Center for Leadership
  • Pathways to Higher Education-Philippines
  • Philippines-Australia Studies Network
  • Philippine Institute of Pure and Applied Chemistry
  • Ricardo Leong Center for Chinese Studies

Social initiatives

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The Ateneo campus in 2022

The Ateneo de Manila University integrates social engagement into its curriculum at all levels. Key initiatives include the Ateneo-Mangyan Project for Understanding and Development, the Bigay Puso program, and house-building activities with Gawad Kalinga. These projects aim to promote social responsibility and leadership among students.[62][63]

The university's main social action program is its partnership with Gawad Kalinga, focusing on community-building and rehabilitation efforts in various regions.[62][63]

The Ugat Foundation, which supports grassroots families, is also hosted by the Ateneo de Manila University.[64]

International collaboration

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The Ateneo collaborates with various global institutions, facilitating exchange programs for students and faculty. It partners with Sun Yat-sen University for a Confucius Institute that offers Mandarin language courses and a master's program in Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language.[65]

The Ateneo also has joint master's programs with Queen Mary University of London and partnerships with Le Cordon Bleu, École supérieure des sciences commerciales d'Angers, Kyushu University, Regis University, and the University of Sydney.[66][67][68][69][70][71]

The university's Asian Peacebuilders Scholarship, in collaboration with the Nippon Foundation and the University for Peace, trains students in peacebuilding, awarding degrees from both the Ateneo and UPEACE.[72][73]

Libraries and museum

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The American Historical Collection at the Rizal Library

The Ateneo de Manila University's largest library is the Rizal Library, which is split into the Old and New Rizal Libraries. The New Rizal Library, inaugurated in November 2009, contains the circulation section, technical services, and modern study areas.[74]

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The Ateneo Art Gallery, established in 1960, is the first museum of modern art in the Philippines. It is housed in the Arts Wing of the Areté and features a collection of modern and contemporary Filipino art.[75]

University Archives

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The University Archives, located in Faber Hall, preserve the historical records and documents of the Ateneo de Manila University. They support research on the university's history and administrative functions.[76]

Student life

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Housing

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The Ateneo de Manila University offers on-campus housing through several residence halls: Cervini Hall, Eliazo Hall, the University Dormitory–North Tower, the University Dormitory–South Tower, and the International Residence Hall. These facilities provide accommodations for both undergraduate and graduate students.

Student organizations

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The Ateneo Debate Society ranks among the top debate teams in Asia, having secured a top 15 global ranking and winning the 2023 World Universities Debating Championship.[77][78]

The Ateneo College Glee Club (ACGC) is the oldest university chorale in the Philippines and has achieved international recognition for its performances.[79]

Dulaang Sibol, founded in 1955, is noted as the oldest high school theater group in the Philippines.[80]

Notable alumni

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See also

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Further reading

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  • Ateneo Alumni Business Directory
  • The GUIDON student newspaper of the Ateneo de Manila University
    • Jaime C. Bulatao, S.J. "Death of A University." Ateneo Alumni Guidon, Vol. VII No. I, Vol. VII No. 2, and Vol. VIII No. 1
    • The Guidon official website [1]
    • The Guidon's Online Magazine [2]
  • Lamberto V. Avellana. On Wings of Blue
  • Katipunan magazine
  • Loyola Schools Bulletin
  • The HILL
    • Soledad S. Reyes. "From the walled city by the sea to the hill over the valley: The Ateneo through the years" The HILL. Maiden Issue. 2004.
    • Letters to the Editor, Vol. I No. 2. 2004
  • Horacio de la Costa, S.J. Light Cavalry.
  • Horacio de la Costa, S.J. The Jesuits in the Philippines.
  • Cristina Jayme Montiel and Susan Evangelista, eds. Down from the Hill: Ateneo de Manila In the First Ten Years Under Martial Law, 1971–1982. Ateneo de Manila University Press. 2005. ISBN 978-971-550-486-7.
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