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This page seeks to summarize efforts at making the University of the Philippines an international entity.

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International Students and Faculty

  • about 1,200 students enrolled at UP (most of whom are graduate students) come from abroad
  • these foreign students come from 70 countries (with Korea, Japan, and USA supplying the most)
  • there are 341 international faculty members of UP coming from 31 countries

International Meetings

  • since SY 2005-06, UP organized or hosted 260 international fora or conferences
  • UP has entered into academic cooperation agreements with at least 200 universities from at least 34 countries

International Academic Networks

UP is a member of the following academic networks:

  • ASEAN University Network (AUN)
  • Asia Pacific Rim Universities (APRU)
  • ASEAN-European University Partnership Network (ASEA UNINET)
  • Southeast Asia Taiwan Universities Forum (SATU)

See Also


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