This page contains links to the following and offers guidance to incoming and current students regarding administrative procedures, requirements, and the like. It also lists down links to the following: faculty profiles, staff profiles, contact information, and general information about the Asian Center. Each bullet point links to a separate page or document.
The Academic Calendar 2018–2019 runs from admissions and enrollment for August 2018 to the end of mid-year term in July 2019). This indicate dates to remember, such as start of classes, enrollment deadlines, deadline for dropping, etc.
The Alumni, Friends, and Benefactors of the Asian Center is a private, nonprofit organization.
Here is the flowchart of procedures for registration/enrollment.
This section lists down some of the relevant forms Asian Center students fill to process requests and the like, including the following:
- Application For Graduation Form
- Extension of Residence
- Leave of Absence Form
- Request for Course Substitution
- Request for Credits
- Shifting to Another Program
- Thesis Defense Form
- Proposal Defense Form
- Consitution of Thesis Committe
- Comprehensive Examination Application
The Office of the University Registrar has also provided a list of Frequently Asked Questions concerning the following:
- DilNet Account and CRS
- Wrong Records and Information in the CRS
- Change of Matriculation (Change Mat)
- Student Evaluation of Teaching (SET)
Here also is a list of Admissions and Registrations-related matters.
This document explains the rules and regulations regarding admissions into and requirements for graduate programs within the university.
Learn more at the UP Diliman Data Privacy Portal.
The University of the Philippines has several student dormitories, but please note that not all of them are available for graduate students; some are co-ed, while others are exclusive for males or females.
UP Samahang Mag-aaral ng Asya (SAMA)
Asian Center (AC) Balangay (inactive).
One unit costs PhP 500 each. A three-unit course in the UP Asian Center costs PhP 1,500. Other fees apply for foreign students. LEARN MORE.
Explains the requirements to avail the two types of scholarships offered only to Asian Center students.
This is a PDF document from the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs; it informs students of laws and regulations of the University of the Philippines. The Vice-Chancellor for Student Affairs assists the Chancellor in promoting the welfare of and maintaining discipline among students. S/he is concerned with all activities that relate to students and student services such as scholarships, learning assistance and tutorials, guidance and counseling, student complaints, student housing (dormitories), student organizations, student discipline, food services, and health service. The Office of the Vice-Chancellor for Student Affairs, through its offices, initiates and organizes student-related events like the Freshman Orientation Program, the Freshman Welcome Assembly, University Student Council Election, the Philippine Collegian Editorial Examination, the Recognition Rites for University Scholars and Student Achievers and the UP Diliman Lantern Parade.
This webpage discusses the rules governing the use of IT resources of the UP system, including computers and internet access. "The...regulations will govern the use of computing facilities, networks and other Information Technology (IT) resources of the University of the Philippines System."
Can't find your way around campus? View this vicinity map page and download a map of the UP Diliman campus.