We have launched our Web Portal which will house our e-services. Please register at http://uplbgraduateschool.org/
This will also be used in the upcoming Online registration in conjunction with your SystemOne account.
ENROLLMENT / ADVANCED REGISTRATION for 2nd Semester 2013-2014
Please register at http://uplbgraduateschool.org/
Upon Logging in as student go to "courses to be taken" tab and list all the possible subjects** you want to take next semester (2nd 2013-2014). The data collected here will then be forwarded to SystemOne. When SystemOne is online during Online Registration you can enlist on the section of the subjects you want to enroll.
Please register and complete the "courses to be taken" tab on or before October 21, 2013. Please also complete the Profile Information and Credentials tab.
**list only courses that are listed in your approved plan of study, if you don't have an approved plan of study make sure you need that course by consulting your adviser/s. Please make sure you have satisfied the course's prerequisite/s first.
Submit to Li Bolaños all prerequisites (COI, Cert. of Satisfcation of Prerequisites, Certification of Enrollment in SP/Thesis/Dissertation) on or before October 21, 2013.
For easier communication and clarification please visit https://www.facebook.com/groups/uplbgraduatestudents/
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ATTENTION ALL GRADUATE STUDENTS
We will be using SystemOne next semester. Please create a SystemOne account at http://rodolfo.uplb.edu.ph/systemone/ to avoid inconvenience during the 2nd semester 2013-2014 registration.
To Activate your account Please go to Graduate School Office and see Mr. Li Bolaños. Bring your UPLB student I.D. No ID, no Activation
The training course was conducted in partnership with the UPLB Foundation, Inc., Department of Humanities, College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), and the College of Economics and Management (CEM). Course activities were comprised of field trips to Philippine Stock Exchange, Makati-Manila Business districts, Laguna small-medium enterprises and cultural-historical sites. The English, Business Management and Economics lecture components were composed of hands-on activities, role-playing, case studies, management, investment and stock market games. On January 29, the officers and members of the Graduate School Student Council and International Students Association made presentations about their experience and opportunities as graduate students of UPLB.
Dr. Jose Camacho, Jr., Dean, UPLB Graduate School, poses with CEM administration led by Dean Isabelita Pabuayon and guests from the National University of Singapore (NUS) an hour before the symposium on Internationalization of Higher Education” conducted by the Graduate School in collaboration with the NUS-FASS, College of Economics and Management (CEM) and Office of Institutional Linkages on January 23, 2013 at the ICOPED Auditorium, CEM. (Front row) Dean Camacho, Dr. Shirlena Huang, Vice Dean of Graduate Studies, NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS); Prof. Amelia Bello, CEM college secretary; Dean Pabuayon, Prof. Ma. Angeles Catelo, chair, Dept. of Economics, CEM; Dr. Noor Aisha Abdul Rahman, deputy head, Malay Studies, NUS-FASS; Dr. Jamie Davidson, Dept. of Political Science, NUS-FASS; Dr. Willie Abasolo, GS secretary; Dr. Hendrik Carl Meyer Ohle, chair, Japanese Studies, NUS-FASS; Dr. Salvador Catelo, CEM professor of Ag.econ; Dr. Phil Daquila, professor and deputy head of Southeast Asian Studies; Prof. Nanette Aquino CEM associate dean; Dr. Eric Thompson, Dept. of Sociology, NUS-FASS.
The symposium was capped by the presentation of NUS-FASS academic programs and fellowship grants, the paper presentations of Dr. Phil Daquila entitled “Internationalization of Higher Education in Singapore” and CEM assistant professor Jeanette Madamba entitled “Internationalization of Business Education in the Philippines: Status, Challenges and Directions.”
Last year, Dean Camacho was invited to present a plenary paper on the internationalization of higher education in the Philippines during the international conference on ”Internationalizing Higher Education in the Asia-Pacific”. The conference was hosted by the NUS-FASS on March 15-16, 2012 at the FASS Shaw Foundation Building. (see conference report here http://www.fas.nus.edu.sg/migration/newsevents/e_intl_higher_edu_report.html)