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Post date: 04/10/2018 - 08:34
Main Campus News(AU Legarda)


Federation University (Fed Uni) officials, Ms. Melissa Staley, Manager of the International Student Recruitment and Ms. Mardhie Coleman, Coordinator of International Nursing Students and Faculty of Health conducted a seminar last March 2, 2018, highlighting world class education through the international program for nursing, midwifery and information technology students. Ms. Staley provided a brief but interesting history of the university and toured the audience across all the campuses of FedUni through a presentation.

She discussed the course offerings, scholarship programs and other services that await prospective students. To talk about nursing and health-related courses, Ms. Coleman gave an overview of the career pathways offered by FedUni to students who are interested to enter the health industry. A representative from Manila Australian Trade and Investment Commission (AUSTRADE), Ms. Grace Halcon, also discussed the educational opportunities in Australia as offered by their agency.

The said event was attended by senior high school students, student nurses from the College of Nursing of the different campuses of AU, information technology students, INP students and AU faculty members. The audience were given the chance to ask the speakers about the program during the open forum. They were delighted to know about AU’s newest partnership with FedUni because of the unique educational experience within their reach.

Arellano University has established partnerships with universities in USA and Western Australia and offers an international nursing program wherein students study for three years in the Philippines and complete their final year in their chosen partner schools.  This latest collaboration with Fed Uni presents the students who wish to take up Nursing, Midwifery and Information Technology an opportunity to study on the Eastern seaboard of Australia through the same 3+1 pathway.  

Interested applicants may call 734-73-71 loc. 225 or 736-9450 or send an email at reporting by   Carla May P. Cara, RN,MAN


Melissa Staley, Manager of the International Student Recruitment Federation University


Mardhie Coleman, Coordinator of International Nursing Students, Faculty of Health/
School of Nursing and Midwifery Federation University Australia

Grace Halcon, Manila Australian Trade and Investment Commission (AUSTRADE)

FedUni officials warmly entertain questions from an interested student of Arellano

Student representatives from the Senior High School Department together with the
officials of FedUni, AU Deans and Department Heads.


International Nursing Program Students and Faculty together with the officials of
FedUni, AU Deans and Department Heads.






Post date: 04/07/2018 - 13:32
Main Campus News(AU Legarda)


Suan Dusit University (SDU) of Hua Hin, Thailand sent 19 Business Airline  Management students  to Arellano University (AU) to attend the English Enhancement Program from November 21 – December 19, 2017.

Aside from attending their classes, the students were given a glimpse of Philippine culture through a tour of Luneta Park and Intramuros.  They also visited several museaums and the Quiapo area with their Filipino friends. But mostly they enjoyed their visit in severl  malls: Mall of Asia, SM Manila, Robinsons Manila and Greenhills. They also enjoyed watching the basketball games  of AU’s team in the NCAA. 

Come January, 23 Hospitality and Tourism students of Arellano University went to SDU to attend the In-fllight Service Training  course from January 4-January 25, 2018. Two faculty coordinators accompanied the students. 

Like their Thai counterparts, they were also treated to tours of historical and cultural places on Interest in Hua Hin Province.  Of great interest to the studetnts was their exposure to Thai food and Thai food preparation.  


Batch 2017 of Airline Students from Suan Dusit University, Huahin Thailand

Students from Suan Dusit University, Thailand together with the HTM students of Arellano University​


AU students to undergo the In-flight Service training program in Suan Dusit University, Huahin Thailand