USC to join British Council IELTS Fair 2024

The University of San Carlos will be joining the 2024 British Council International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Fair on March 16, at the Ayala Central Bloc, Cebu City.  As one of the partner institutions for the IELTS 2024, USC will have a booth during the event wherein the general public, especially aspiring students, can … Continue reading

2nd Sunday of Lent

First reading: Gn. 22:1–2,9a,10–13,15–18 God put Abraham to the test. He called to him, “Abraham!” “Here I am!” he replied. Then God said: “Take your son Isaac, your only one, whom you love, and go to the land of Moriah. There you shall offer him up as a holocaust on a height that I will … Continue reading

Econ majors place 1st runner-up in debate tournament

Economics majors Kenneth Vincent Aballe, Euseff Yap, Kaye Abellanosa, and Lavinia Baricuatro placed 1st runner-up in the Junior Philippine Economics Society (JPES) “Motions in Motion 2024” debate tournament held virtually on February 12-13, 2024.  The “Motions in Motion” is an annual event that aims to promote a culture of debate among economics undergraduate students on … Continue reading

United Nations selects USC research team for exclusive fellowship program

The United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) selected a joint team from the University of San Carlos (USC) and its SVD sister school, Holy Name University (HNU), as the recipient of the HyperGES Programme, a capacity-building fellowship related to space education and research.  The joint team is composed of Rommel G. Bacabac, Ph.D., … Continue reading

Austrian professors visit SAFAD for exchange program opportunities

Two Austrian professors from TU-Wien, Austria visited the University of San Carlos School of Architecture, Fine Arts, and Design (SAFAD) on February 12–13, 2024 in Talamban Campus.  Prof. Dr. Markus Tomaselli, Head of the Institute for Urban Design and Landscape Architecture, is in charge of TU-Wien’s exchange program in architecture. Meanwhile, Prof. Dr. Michael Surböck, … Continue reading

The Unprecedented Deluge in Agusan: A Call for Solidarity

As an archipelago located along the “typhoon belt,” the Philippines is not unfamiliar with tropical cyclones, typhoons, heavy rains, and flooding. Not all areas in the country, however, get to experience heavy downpours. The Davao and Agusan regions, though they experience rain, have not had immense flooding ever since. Recently, the combination of the Northeast … Continue reading

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