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.

02 Nov 2022

Revised Procedure for Requests for Reinstatement and/or Extension for Second Semester of the School Year 2022-2023 (LS RO memo)

TO : All Loyola Schools Graduate Students FROM : (Sgd)Marlene M. De Leon, Ph.D. School Registrar (Sgd)Anne Lan K. Candelaria, Ph.D. Associate Dean for Graduate...

28 Oct 2022

Application for Credit for the Advanced Placement (AP) or International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB DP) for the 2nd Semester of SY 2022-2023

First year students who were not able to apply for the crediting of their College Board’s Advanced Placement (AP) or International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB...

25 Oct 2022

Re-opening of IPS Advisement Module for Undergraduate Students for 2nd Semester, SY 2022-2023

An announcement from the LS Office of the Registrar for all undergraduate students. The AISIS Individual Program of Study (IPS) updating/advisement module will re-open from...

18 Oct 2022

GK-Ateneo delivers session on hunger and malnutrition during First Zero Hunger Summit for Eastern Visayas

The first Zero Hunger Summit for Eastern Visayas was held at the Northwest Samar State University in Calbayog City

13 Oct 2022

ACED, Security Bank Foundation Inc turn over school buildings to 3 Negros Occidental schools

Dr. Carmela C. Oracion, Director of the Ateneo Center for Educational Development (ACED), attends the inauguration of new school buildings as part of the partnership between ACED and Security Bank Foundation, Inc. (SBFI)

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