The Loyola Schools, through its Graduate Programs, seeks to further the purposes and aims of the University by providing its students with a high degree of competence in research and professional practice.

It responds to the university’s commitment to the education of the whole person by providing a broad range of degree programs that are grounded in theory, informed by practice, global in perspective, culturally rooted and sensitive to local needs and realities.

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What to Study

The Loyola Schools offer a wide range of master’s and doctorate degrees that are rigorous and respected around the country and the region. Our graduate students are given the opportunity to be mentored and trained by distinguished faculty members who are local and international scientists, renowned researchers, artists, and scholars in various fields.

For admission to professional degree programs in law, business administration, medicine, and government, visit the Professional Schools website.

27 Jan 2023

ASMPH Students Return to Community Rotations

ASMPH fully restored community rotations for its students after a two year hiatus due to the COVID 19 pandemic.

25 Jan 2023

LS students support ACED partner schools

Two sets of Loyola Schools students provided support to Holy Spirit Elementary School (HSES) and Judge Feliciano Belmonte Sr. High School (JFBSHS) during School Year 2021 to 2022. HSES and JFBSHS are partner schools of ACED for their Food Packs Program.

14 Jan 2023

Update on Erroneous Tuition Assessments

The Office of the Registrar received reports of erroneous tuition assessments generated by AISIS. Affected students may re-assess themselves in AISIS Online on Monday, 16...

12 Jan 2023

LS Graduate Level Academic Policies for Second Semester SY 2022-2023

Academic policies for graduate education continue to be guided by the university’s vision and pedagogical mission that supports students in engaging the increasingly complex needs of society through rigorous but meaningful research. In the second semester, we remain committed to providing our students with a teaching and learning environment that is inclusive, outcomes-based, and technologically enhanced.

22 Dec 2022

Ceremonial Signing of CSO Network on Statelessness

An initial number of eighteen organizations came together and signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) establishing a Civil Society Network on Statelessness (CSNS) to facilitate...

17 Dec 2022

50 kids in Barangay Addition Hills receive Christmas gifts from AHRC AKAP’s outreach activity

Around 50 kids from KKM Bahay Bulilit Child Care Center in Lingap Katarungan Center, Barangay Addition Hills, Mandaluyong City received christmas gifts from the Ateneo...

LS Events

Workshop / Seminar / Short Course

Econ-tuhan Session 4 - A Young Teacher’s Guide to Macroeconomics

Sat, 28 Jan 2023

Online

High school teachers and administrators are invited to a free...

Workshop / Seminar / Short Course

Inter-Cultural Chinese Communication

Sat, 28 Jan 2023

Online

About the course: Chinese language, Chinese culture, Chinese people. What...

Workshop / Seminar / Short Course

Online Basic Conversational Cantonese

Fri, 27 Jan 2023

Online

Course Description: This course is suitable for those who are...