The halls of Asia Pacific College (APC) were abuzz on Wednesday, February 6, as fresh faces anxiously made their way to the auditorium where the annual public speaking competition, Speak Sense on its fifth season, was being held. Students from different schools in Metro Manila convened to test their grit, creativity, and confidence in
Pasay City North High School (PCNHS) awarded Asia Pacific College with a Plaque of Recognition last March 29, 2019. The recognition day, Gawad Pagkilala 2019, was conducted in PCNHS. Admissions Director Edward “Doods” Mendoza received the plaque on behalf of APC.
Out of 200 aspiring participants, Joanna Marie Viray secured her spot among five high school students who were chosen to represent the Philippines in the United States as a participant in the Southeast Asian Youth Leaders Program (SEAYLP) which is scheduled to take place on April 2019. Carrying the all-out support of Asia Pacific College
Faculty members from Asia Pacific College have been handpicked to study in Adelaide, Australia through the Advanced Certificate in Business Intelligence and Data Analytics (BIDA) program of Carnegie Mellon University – Australia (CMU-A). It is a 10-month program that is designed to equip professionals with knowledge on business
Willis Towers Watson (WTW), the leading global advisory, broking, and solutions company and Forbes’ Best Employer for Diversity in 2019, paid NU-Asia Pacific College a visit last February 21, 2019. Fifteen seniors, all representing different courses like BS Computer Science (BSCS), BS Information Technology (BSIT), and BS Entertainment