Student leaders join the USC KABAHAGI KA Leadership Planning & Training Workshop 2018


The Student Affairs Center’s Student In Governance Leadership and Advocacy (SIGLA) program enjoined the University Student Council (USC) and the Local Council Presidents and representatives to take part in the USC KABAHAGI KA Leadership Training and Planning Workshop last June 28-29, 2018 at Sinulog Lounge, Mary Alston Hall.

The 2-day training and workshop aimed to strengthen participatory student governance. It also fosters the institutionalization of collective and shared leadership and advocacy among the student organizations. The training focused on realizing the Trinitian value of leadership and service to others harmonized by the principles of Whole Person Education and The 5 Marks of Mission.

A pool of speakers facilitated the various modules in the training workshop. They were as follows: Dr. Marlon J. Gomez, the Dean of Students; Ms. Sally Joan Botengan, Administrative Assistant of the Chaplain’s Office, Mr. Juan Adolfo San Juan, 2 time USG President Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila; and Mr. Homer Balmes, Student Development and Training Specialist.

At the end of the training-workshop, the participants expressed their gratefulness for the opportunity to plan and bond with their co-student leaders in among the respective colleges, reevaluating their values, immersing in different perspectives and essentially understanding themselves better as student leaders in service of the Trinitian community.

The College of Education Alumni Association holds its 1st Grand Reunion

The College of  (CEd) Alumni Association held its 1st Grand Reunion on June 2, 2018 at the Student Services Center with the theme: Balik-Tanaw. A total of eighty-two attendees who graduated as far back as 1972 to the most recent, 2017, gathered to represent their respective batches. A campus tour was organized prior to the dinner and the program proper. It was a night of reminiscing, catching up, and renewing their commitment to support and uplift the Education Department. The second Grand Reunion will be held in 2019 and will be sponsored by Batches 2009, 1989, 1988, 1987 and 1972. (Alejandro Vinalay)

Taiwan Ambassador Lin leads the inauguration of Taiwan Education Center in Trinity University of Asia

Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) Representative Dr. Gary Song- Huann Lin visited Trinity University of Asia on February 22,2018 to spearhead the inauguration of the Taiwan Education Center-Philippines (TEC-Phils.). The TEC is set up to promote Mandarin Language Training and to offer Filipino students opportunities to study in Taiwan.

In his short talk, Dr. Lin referring to his family’s humble beginnings reminded the audience that education helped him achieve his present status and that fluency in Mandarin in particular is an important asset nowadays in the workplace. He also thanked National Sun Yat-Sen University (NSYSU) Vice-President for International Affairs and TEC-Phils. Director Dr. Chih-Wen Kuo and Trinity University of Asia President Dr. Wilfred Tiu for coming up with this project to equip students for success.

Other special guests present in the inauguration were TECO Director Jerry Chuang, Manila Economic and Cultural Office Manager Susan Mercado, TEC-Phils. Manager Richmond Huang, Medtecs International Corp. Country Manager Ret. Adm. John Chen and administrative officers from both Trinity University of Asia and NSYSU.


Insular Health Care (IHC) is partnering with Trinity University of Asia (TUA) for the latter’s “IHC Sales Academy.” A Memorandum of Agreement signing ceremony was held last August 17, 2017 at the executive conference hall of TUA in Quezon City.

The Insular Health Care Sales Academy, with a tag line, “from care to career” is a sales career development program that aims to attract start-up entrepreneurs towards building their own business thru HMO selling. It offers a comprehensive and extensive training program that will develop the apprentices into highly skilled, motivated and results-oriented Health Care Agency Leaders of Insular Health Care. Successful Health Care Agency Leaders will be compensated with attractive monetary and self-enriching rewards. Insular Health Care is tapping the alumni of Trinity University of Asia to kick-off this unique program.

Established in 1963 , Trinity University of Asia (formerly Trinity College of Quezon City) is a premier Christian University in Asia and the Pacific with a vision of transforming a community of learners as leaders towards a humane society.

Insular Health Care is a pioneering Health Maintenance Organization with over 25 years of experience and expertise in managed care. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Insular Life Assurance Corp., the first and largest Filipino life insurance company with the longest unbroken service record in Philippine history having been in the life insurance business for over 106 years.

Source: Insular Health Care, Inc.


Last May 23 to June 20, 2017, Trinity University of Asia – College of Medical Technology deployed five fourth year students to undergo Clinical Internship at Golden Jubilee Medical Center and Siriraj Hospital in Thailand. The International Internship Exchange Program in partnership with Mahidol University provided the opportunity to exchange academic knowledge and practical skills in the field of Medical Technology.

Welcoming Ceremony hosted by Asst. Prof. Dr. ChotirosPlabplueng (Deputy Dean for International Relations and Education – Mahidol University Faculty of Medical Technology) for our representatives headed by Prof. Jude Anthony C. Trinidad.

Certification Ceremony and farewell party organized by the Faculty of Medical Technology, Mahidol University executives for our students from Trinity University of Asia for successfully completing the 1 month International Internship Exchange Program.


As part of the Internationalization of the Clinical Internship Program, TRINITY UNIVERSITY OF ASIA-COLLEGE OF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY and THAMMASAT UNIVERSITY-FACULTY OF ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCES signed a Memorandum of Understanding on September 11, 2017 at Thammasat University, Thailand.

CMT Clinical Internship Program at Mahidol University Thailand

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Through the International Clinical Internship of the College of Medical Technology in partnership with the Mahidol University, 5 fourth year students are currently having their clinical rotation at Siriraj Hospital in Thailand. Asst. Prof. Rona Maye Gonzaga is the clinical instructor who endorsed the students for internship.