Our Caregiver program started last May 1999 and we are proud to produce
more than 700 graduates and counting...
Duration: 8 months (6 months lecture and 2 months OJT)
Japan Studies Center
The Japan Studies Center (JSC) offers an opportunity for learning Nihongo as well as facilities for research in Japanese history, politics, socio-economic and cultural heritage. The JSC alaso function as an advisory and resource center for graduate studies on Japanese education and national defense policy to Philippine Japanologist.
It also offer Master of Arts (MAEd), major in Nihongo. The first of its kind in the Philippines, the course was launched in June 2001.
Intensive Language Learning & Intercultural Studies
The Intensive Language Learning and Intercultural Studies is a special program offered under the premier college of the university, the College of Arts and Sciences. Based on the need of the students, the intensive English language learning is so designed to provide immersion in the language, culture, and daily life of a rapidly urbanized society. The program is being offered in flexible class schedule with a limited number of students per class to ensure efficient and effective learning. The program is a non-degree, non-credit course but a certificate of completion shall be given to the students after the course.
International Partnership for Service Learning (IPSL)
The International Partnership for Service-Learning and Trinity University of Asia in the Philippines with the generous support of the Henry Luce Foundation are pleased to offer a program of service-learning. The six-week program will include academic study. community service. field trips and sight-seeing in and around Manila. and the opportunity to study, serve and become friends with students of many nations including China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand, the United States and Vietnam.
The program welcomes applicants from all religious traditions, faiths, and cultures. The Luce Foundation support is for students from Asian nations and the United States. Participants will be invited to share their own values and beliefs as they reflect on their common experience of service, studying, and living together in the Philippines.