UNEP: Enrolment for LET Review Now in Full Swing

Monday, April 26th, 2010

With the regular summer vacation soon drawing to a halt, the University of Northeastern Philippines (UNEP), is now inviting enrollees who intend to receive a teaching certificate after completing their review for the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) this vacation.

In line with this, the university is now in full swing accepting interested enrollees who wish to take part in the LET review being spearheaded by UNEP's College of Education.  UNEP is offering 18 units of learning package to non-education graduate.

This endeavor is part of the university's mission to turn its graduates into real educators and produce members of the academe who are mentally, physically and spiritually fit.  It is also part of UNEP's vision to see their graduates collectively work for the common good of the society.  UNEP also intends to produce graduates at par with teaching professionals, not just in the country but also in other parts of the world.

In support to this vision, the University of Northeastern Philippines (UNEP) sees to it that the foundation that they have laid down is apposite to the direction of producing future professionals and achievers who will serve as models, not just for the students but also to their respective communities.

Proof of their unwavering efforts is the recognition that the university recently received from the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation or PACUCOA. The award giving body bestowed a notable recognition to the University of Northeastern Philippines ' College of Education for placing 2nd in their search for  the Best Case Study Competition on a ceremony held on December 11, 2009 at the Diamond Hotel in Metro Manila.

The University of Northeastern Philippines (UNEP), along with other prestigious schools and universities in the country received the award symbolizing their commitment for quality education.

UNEP showcased its Teacher's Education Program, the Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEED) under Government Recognition no. 342-1960 and Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSED) under Government Recognition no. 434-1955.  It was granted Level 1 accreditation Status by PACUCOA in 2008 until 2011 and will take effect for three (3) years.  The two programs are religiously following the Teacher Education Curriculum as provided for under CM# 30, series of 2004.

UNEP President Atty. Remelisa Alfelor-Moraleda said that a big chunk of their success came from the inspiration and support that their students and faculty members are giving them. "We will continue to be of service to our community.  Our contribution in the academic sphere goes beyond our quest for mere distinction. On top of our intention is to change our student's lives after they step out of the university to become fruitful members of our society."

Atty. Moraleda also sends her invitation to those who wish to avail of their academic programs and services. Start of classes for the LET Review is scheduled on May 22, 2010.  For more details, please contact Mrs. Violeta Lomibao, Dean of the College of Education or call telephone number 299-2698 local 46.  (Lizel S. Macatangay)