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Posted by on Nov 15, 2011 in Davao Schools | 38 comments

Schools in Davao: University of the Immaculate Conception

University of the Immaculate Conception or UIC as commonly called by locals is one of the top schools in Davao City, Philippines.  It offers various courses and has three campuses namely: Fr. Selga Campus, the UIC main campus just near Bankerohan Public Market, Bonifacio Campus, situated near the downtown area, at Bonifacio Street and it is also called UIC Annex Campus and the Bajada Campus located in Bajada, Davao City which houses the Grade School and High School Departments.

UIC has also a Science Research Center which offers various research services to companies in Davao city and neighboring places.  It is accredited by Department of Science and Technology  (DOST) and Bureau of Food and Drug (BFAD)

University of the Immaculate Conception is one of the oldest schools in Davao City being built in 1905.  It is PAASCU Acredited Level III and was granted Autonomous Status by CHED or Commission on Higher  Education.  It is a Center of Development for Information Technology and Center for Excellence for Teacher Education Program as granted by CHED.  It is also accredited by the Bureau of Immigration to accept foreign students.

Historical Development

The University of the Immaculate Conception was founded in 1905 by the Religious of the Virgin Mary (RVM).  It started as a parochial school. “St. Peter’s parochial School” with only the primary and intermediate courses offered.

When the high school opened in 1934, the school assumed the name “Immaculate Conception Academy” and by 1938, the first batch of high school students graduated.  By then, the school had been re-named “Immaculate Conception Institute”.

As Word War II broke out in 1941, the school closed and was re-opened five years later.  The school was named “Immaculate Conception College (ICC)” which then offered initial two collegiate courses namely: Collegiate Secretarial and Pharmacy.

In the fifties, from 1951-1958, Immaculate Conception College (ICC) opened additional courses: BS in Education, BS in Home Economics, BS in Music, and BS in Elementary Education.

With the increasing enrollment and demand for more courses, the following programs were added in 1961-62, namely: Liberal Arts , BS in Commerce and BS in Medical Technology.

In 1969, the Grade and High School Departments were moved to ICC’s new site at Fr. Selga St., and followed y the College Department in 1971.  Three more courses were then added namely: BS Chemistry, Pharmacy Aide, and BS in Nutrition and Dietetics.

In 1983-1986, four more courses were opened: Cafeteria Management, BS in Civil Engineering, MA in Theology, and MA in Elementary Education.  It was in the nineties (90’s) when Immaculate Conception College (ICC) was challenged to become more responsive to the needs of Davao that more scientific and technological courses were opened, namely: BS ion Computer Engineering, BS Electronics and Communication Engineering, and BS Computer Science.

The graduate school picked up its pace and added more courses especially when Fund Assistance to Private Education (FAPE) identified ICC as one of the training centers of its scholars for Chemistry, Physics and Engineering.    The additional courses opened were MA in Educational Management, MA in Values Education, MA in Teaching College Physics, MA in Teaching College Chemistry, and MA in Engineering Education.

It was only on May 1, 1992 when DECS  Secretary Dr. Isidro Carino granted ICC the university status.  It took the name “University of the Immaculate Conception”.  The school was then 87 years old.

The University ushers in the 3rd millennium, (year 2000) answering the needs and challenges of the time.  Additional course were offered in the Graduate School namely; Mater of Science in Pharmacy (MSP), Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT) and Master of Science  in Information Management (MSIM).  The college department opened new course; Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and Bachelor of Science in Information Management in response to the fast advancing information and communication technology of the present global society.

To maximize utilization of information through communication technology, the university launched the an “E-Learning Program”- a web-based learning program serving all departments / sections of the university.  It is a network of services to create, deliver and facilitate learning-teaching process whether inside or outside the traditional classrooms.

Together with the launching of E-Learning  program is the putting up of the state-of-the-art  facility for Information Technology Research Zone (ITRZ).  It is a modern computer, information technology and communication laboratory.  The installation and use of these facilities are aimed at providing UIC students with the best training on computer, science, engineering and communication technology.  It also offers short-term courses on computer literacy, creative global exploration hub (Internet), AutoCAD, and video-conferencing.

Another most important highlight for year 2000 was the transfer of the Grade School and High School Departments to a beautiful, sprawling 7-heactare UIC Bajada campus.  I has its own new, majestic and imposing 3-torey building complete with facilities.  There are air-conditioned auditorium, audio-visual/conference room, library, computer , science laboratories and a gymnasium.  A very wide playground and a chapel provide the pupils an opportunity to grow physically, psychologically and spiritually.

The University of the Immaculate Conception (UIC) has accepted the challenge to lead in humanities, science and technology in a globalized society.  It is her desire to give Christian and quality education, be relevant to the demands of the time and achieve its vision of a transformed society where persons live their dignity as children of God.

Vision

We, the members of the UIC family, in harmony with God’s creation and in response to the signs of the times for the transformation of society under the reign of God, envision ourselves as a community of Christian leader witnessing Gospel values of justice, peace and love inspired by the example of Mary, Mother of God  and our Mother guided by a life and works of Mother Ignacia del Espiritu Santo.

Mission

In order for us to attain our vision, we hereby commit ourselves to:

  • Love and serve God and our neighbor in our personal and communal life;
  • Respect and be concerned of the dignity of man especially the poor;
  • Preserve, protect and be responsible for the use of our natural resources;
  • Promote and strengthen our Filipino culture and values as we  think globally and act locally; and
  • Exercise leadership in the pursuit of academic excellence in humanities, science and technology

Course Offerings:

UIC Fr. Selga Campus (UIC –Main)

Computer Science

Information Technology

Majors in: 

Computer Networks

Software Engineering

Multimedia Information Systems

Chemistry

Medical Laboratory Science (Medical Technology)

Nursing

Pharmacy

Clinical Pharmacy

Hotel and Restaurant Management

Nutrition and Dietetics

Music

Majors in:

Piano

Music Education

Bonifacio Campus ( UIC Annex Campus)

Accountancy

Business Administration

Majors in:

Marketing Management

Financial Management

Civil Engineering

Electronics and Communications Engineering

Computer Engineering

Bachelor of Arts

Majors in:

Communication Arts

English

Psychology

Philosophy

Bachelor of Elementary Education

Majors in:

Generalist

Pre-school education

Special education

Bachelor of Secondary Education

Majors in:

English

Filipino

Mathematics

Biological Sciences

Social Studies

MAPEH – Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health

Masters Degree Courses (Graduate School):

  1. MA in Educational Management
  2. Master in Business Administration
  3. Master in Information Technology
  4. MAED in English
  5. MS in Pharmacy
  6. MA in Elementary Education
  7. MAED in Guidance and Counseling
  8. MAED in Sociology
  9. MA in Religious Education
  10. MA in Teaching College Chemistry
  11. MA in Teaching College Physics

Doctoral Degrees (Post Graduate):

  1. PhD – Applied Linguistics
  2. PhD-Educational Leadership
  3. Doctor of Business Administration

Admission Requirements:

  1. Report Card
  2. Birth Certificate
  3. 2 ID  Pictures (2×2)
  4. Certificate of Good Moral Character
  5. UIC Placement Exam
There you have it friends.  If you are looking for schools in Davao, you may consider enrolling at the University of the Immaculate Conception.


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University of the Immaculate Conception
Fr. Selga St., Davao City
Tel. No. 221-8090 (loc. 145 for admission)
Website: http://www.uic.edu.ph
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38 Comments

  1. Does UIC offer scholarship for BS Pharmacy?

    • Hi, BS Pharmacy of UIC offers scholarship such as academic (dean’s list, valedictorian, salautatorian, etc.), RVM scholarship for students whose parents work at UIC, Government scholarships like STEP, etc. and private partners like Antonio Floreindo. To know more about it, just contact them via telephone numbers provided below the post. Thanks.

      • i am a pharmacy student of UIC. I have a hard time looking for another scholarship because the school only allows one scholarship grant, yet I am indigent enough to support my studies. presently, i am a CHED scholar and part of the DEAN’s LIST
        .. PLease help me find scholarships . .thanks

  2. Please let me know how much is the tuition/misc fees for BS Pharmacy in UIC every semester. I am planning to send my daughter in UIC to take pharmacy course this June 2013. Kindly send me calendar of the enrolment for 2013. I appreciate your response. Thanks much.

    • Hello Josephine. Tuition and misc fees for Pharmacy at UIC is almost 28k in one semester. Enrollment for incoming freshmen is already going on. Thanks for visiting our site.

  3. Ask lang po kailan po ang entrance examination ng UIC .

    • Hello. on-going na po ang entrance exam ng UIC.

      • Hello po. Ask ko lang po kung magkano 1sem ng MLS 1st yr. Thanks po.

  4. UIC,

    Hello University Of Immaculate Conception.
    I just want to ask something.
    When will be the Entrance Examination for SY 2012 – 2013 ?
    I will wait for a reply. Thank you !

    • Hi Christian,

      entrance examination for SY2013-2014 is already on going. You may just go to UIC Guidance office or call telephone numbers provided below the post for more info. Thanks for visiting our site.

  5. how much is the tuition fee for bs in pharmacy in every semester? please inform me for i have a plan to study in your university.

    • Hi Shiela. Tuition fee per sem for BSPH is almost 28k. thanks for visiting our site :-).

  6. I just wanna ask if your school is offering Masters in education major in social studies.
    I`ll be waiting for your reply..
    thanx and more power.

    atchel clase-salvador

    • Hello Atchel. There’s an offering of that course but it is not yet opened because there are no takers. At least 7 students are required for the course to be opened. For more inquiries, you may contact the phone numbers provided below the post. Thanks for visiting our site.

  7. Hello po. May ask lang po sana ako. May bayad pa po ba ang entrance exam in UIC? Thank you po. I’ll be waiting for your reply. :)

    • hi, may bayad po. 100 pesos.

  8. Hi I’m a mother of incoming freshmen student want to take up medical laboratory science at UIC she is salutatorian in her 4th yr high school. Would it be possible for her to get an academic scholarship even though their batch below 50 students graduates I heard that UIC only granted academic scholar for atleast 80 graduate student. And how much tuition fee for this course / sem. Thanx looking forward for reply. Mrs Nanding

    • Hi Mrs. Nanding, kindly contact nalang po sa telephone numbers ng UIC and request to be connected to scholarship office to clarify your questions. Thanks for visiting our site.

  9. Good Day!

    Itatanong ko lang po sana kung magkano ang tuition fee ng BM in Music Education. Mayroon po ba kayong evening classes for this course?
    Thank you.

    • Hi, tuition fee for BS Music is 28.5k. Just dial telephone numbers provided below the post regarding class schedules. Thanks for visiting our site.

  10. I just want to ask something.How much is tuition for incoming 3rd year mls first sem?I will wait for a reply. Thank you :)

    • Hi Leila, tuition fee for an incoming MLS 3rd year is 32k plus. Thanks for visiting our site.

  11. Hello po!

    What site of UIC pinapakita yung mga studyanteng nakapasa ng scholarship exam? I took one eh.
    Thank you.

  12. hi tanong ko lng if hw much s d tuition fee of grade 3? tnx

  13. Ask ko lang po, may evening/schedule ba ang Music Education course? Approximately magkano po kung mag earn ng units sa same course? BTW I finished BSED English. At, pahabol po…magkano ang Masteral sa MAED in English and kung anong schedule ng klase nun? thanks po.

    • Hi, wala pong evening sked ang music. For more inquiries, please dial telephone numbers provided below this post. Thanks for visiting our site.

  14. just want to ask how much is your 1 school year fees for nursery level for 3 1/2 years old ?

  15. ask ko lng po.. mga magkano po ba ang bayad sa practicum in hotel and restaurant management

  16. ask ko lng po… mga magkano po ba ang babayaran sa practicum sa hotel and restaurant management??

  17. Hi! Does UIC accepts scholarships from CHED?

    • Hi po, kindly contact nalang po the telephone number provided below the post and request to be connected to the scholarship office.

  18. I would like to ask on how much is the tuition fee for B.S in Chemistry?

  19. Pila per unit sa PhD sa UIC?

    • Php730 po per unit.

  20. pila ka units maenroll sa inyu per sem sa doctoral?

    • 9 units po, bale 3 subjects.

  21. pila po population sa UIC Main Campus (fr Selga st.)?

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