advocates â€˜CHEERSâ€™ for humanity
CLSU, University of Liverpool ink agreement for the offering of PHD program by research
PAL President & COO addresses mid-year graduates
Orientation Seminar for New Faculty Members held January 30-31, 2018
Administrative Council holds Planning, Team Building
(Left to right) Dr. Ravelina R. Velasco, College of Fisheries Dean; Dr. Steven W. Edwards, Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy; Dr. Tereso A. Abella, CLSU President; Prof. Martin Mortimer, UoL representative; and Dr. Ernesto A. Martin, College of Agriculture Dean during the ceremonial signing of the Memorandum of Agreement between Central Luzon State University (CLSU) and University of Liverpool (UoL).
The Central Luzon State University formally signed an agreement with the University of Liverpool (UoL), United Kingdom, to offer Dual/Double Degree, PhD in Food Security Systems by Research come August 2018 during the UK-PH Now Launching Fair held on February 16 at Shangrila, Makati.
CLSU is one of the 10 selected Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in the country to complete the first set of Philippine Universities to implement the Joint Development Niche Programme (JDNP), a transnational education (TNE) initiative embarked by the British Council and the Commission on Higher Education which started in 2016.
“Gone are the days when you needed to be rich to gain a qualification for a foreign university, ” said Dr. Nigel Baud, Deputy British Ambassador to the Philippines.
The 3 to 4 - year doctoral program offers research projects in a wide range of topics focusing on sustainable food production, resilient supply chains, and improved consumption and health.
PhD by research does not include core courses, and students undertake research activities culminating in writing their dissertation.
“The offering of the program will further strengthen our efforts towards internationalization. It is beneficial in achieving the development plan of the Philippine Government, the Ambisyon Natin 2040, which envisions to have a strongly-rooted (may tatag), comfortable (maginhawa) and secured (panatag) life for all Filipinos, ” said Dr. Tereso A. Abella, CLSU President.
As it marked its 111th Founding Anniversary last April 12, Central Luzon State University vowed to continue “spreading cheers to humanity.” This theme which guided the week-long celebrations was inspired by a line from the Univ...
The Central Luzon State University formally signed an agreement with the University of Liverpool (UoL), United Kingdom, to offer Dual/Double Degree, PhD in Food Security Systems by Research come August 2018 during the UK-PH Now Launching Fair held on February 16 at Shangrila, Maka...
GRADUATION SPEAKER - Mr. Jaime J. Bautista, president and chief operations officer of the Philippine Airlines, delivers his address as guest of honor and speaker to the 626 mid-year graduates of CLSU. The ceremony was held at the University Graduation Site last Fe...
President Tereso A. Abella and VP Academic Affairs Melissa E. Agulto deliver their respective messages for the newly-hired faculty members of CLSU. Both officials advised them to discharge their duties with commitment and dedication.
The CLSU Administrative Council headed by Dr. Tereso A. Abella, university president, conducted a planning and team building at the Park Inn by Radison, Clark, Pampanga last January 26-28. The activity had for its theme “Improved quality of higher education and research for ...