YMAC is the first and only polytechnic-level conference in Singapore that simulates an intergovernmental summit. With the vision that “Youths Make A Change”, YMAC aims to be a platform for students to learn more about ASEAN, find solutions to some of its ongoing issues and make positive changes in the community.
As the nation prepares for an integrated ASEAN economic community, The University of Rizal System also prepares for the challenges and adapts to the changes that this integration process will bring and consequently, Cainta campus supports this breakthrough of ASEAN common ground in teacher education.
RSA Faculty, Staff train for Extension, Research, and GADU
The Office of Research, Development, Extension and Production (RDEP) of Angono Campus spearheaded a series of seminar-workshops for both faculty and staff of Angono Campus last September 2-3, 11, 30 and October 1 at Computer Laboratory 1.
The University of Rizal System – Antipolo City Campus celebrated its 14th founding anniver-sary on July 14 – 18.
Themed “A Giant’s Leap towards ASEAN 2015 in Response to Global Trends”, the event was highlighted with the inter - color athletic competi-tions, the giving of certificates
- CHED – RQAT
In recognition of BS Fisheries program the CHED-RQAT Team namely Dr. Jose Paclibare and Ms. Juliet Paras visit the URS Cardona Campus last March 31, 2014. Prof. Peñada together