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Graduate Studies in the Philippines: Past and Future

 I am honored to have been invited to address this group of distinguished educators in higher education.

The Past

A quick sketch of the higher education system in the Philippines shows that during the Spanish Period from 1565 - 1898, there was only one university conferring degrees in the whole archipelago, namely, the University of Santo Tomas.

After the arrival of the Americans, in 1908, the University of the Philippines was founded by the combination of a medical college at Philippine General Hospital and an agricultural college in Los Baños, with the core arts and sciences from the program at Philippine Normal School. 


Andrew Gonzalez

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