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Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) is a private non-profit university, which is currently ranked second among the educational institutions of the Philippines and at 565 in the world. The academic path of this institution began with the fact that the Spanish Jesuits in Manila founded the Municipal School of Esquel, a public elementary school in 1859. After school, gained the status of the university and became known as the University of Ateneo de Manila. To understand the essence of the traditions of this educational institution - it is worth knowing that its motto sounds like “Lux In Domino” (Light of the Lord). For students, this means becoming a light that carries knowledge and love of God.
The school belongs to the average size of universities. Over 12,000 students study there. More than a thousand teachers make up the teaching staff of the university. ADMU has 1% of international students. Such a low figure is associated with the remoteness of the region and the complex geographical position.
Ateneo de Manila University is divided into basic education and two main higher education schools: Loyola schools located on the Loyola Heights campus and vocational schools located in the Rockwell and Salcedo Campuses in Makati.