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Saturday, October 10, 2015

Planning to pursue Law? Check out MLQU S.P.A.C.E

Lets face it. If you really want to achieve success in your profession a college degree isn't enough. But pursuing graduate studies or getting a masters degree can be difficult especially if you are a full time employee and supporting your family.

You have to balance your work schedule, save money for tuition and of course the problem of finding a school that is easily accessible.

Manuel L. Quezon University (MLQU) hopes to address those problems with its School for Professional Advancement and Continuing Education (S.P.A.C.E.)  which promises quality education, more affordable fees and an accessible location especially if you are from Q.C.

MLQU SPACE was formally launched  yesterday (October 9 2015) at the newly constructed Victoria Sports Tower, near GMA Kamuning Station of the MRT.

MLQU SPACE provides Graduate Studies and Law students who are aiming to acquire quality education. MLQU SPACE ishighly accessible from all parts of Metro Manila and Quezon City as it is conveniently located in the heart of Quezon City.

For the past years, MLQU has also continuously improved its facilities, making them globally competitive. Apart from its library equipped and well-equipped medical and dental clinics, the school also takes pride in its state-of—the—art Management Information System, which is responsible in supervising, developing, and monitoring the administrative and information systems of the university.

Commitment to quality education

MLQU comprises a roster of top caliber deans and highly qualified professors who have proven their expertise in their respective disciplines. The university has produced the likes of Martin Villarama Jr. (current Supreme Court Justice) and Jose Vitug (former Supreme Court Justice).

MLQU graduates also found success in government services. Notable MLQU alumni in government service include: Alberto Romulo (Foreign Affairs Secretary), Blas F. Ople (Former Labor Secretary and Senate President), Voltaire Gazmin (Defense Secretary), Lilia de Lima (PEZA Director General) Rosalinda Baldoz (Department of Labor and Employment Secretary ), Jose V. Yap (former Tarlac governor), MagtanggolGunigundo (former PCGG chairman), ObetPagdanganan (former Department of Agrarian Reform Secretary), Sedfrey A. Ordohez (former Justice Secretary), and WigbertoTafiada (former senator).

Last May, MLQU hosted a grand alumni homecoming held in Edsa Shangri-La Hotel. It was attended by many of its renowned alumni, who cheerfully reminisced their student life in the university. They also discussed future plans for the betterment of the university.

NSJBI helps MLQU in dreaming for the Filipino

In October 2014, property developer New San Jose Builders, Inc. (NSJBI) acquired ownership of MLQU. Since then, NSJBI started upgrading the school's facilities, while retaining the legacy of the university.

NSJBI is a Filipino-owned company established in 1986. Its acquisition of MLQU has opened more doors to the university and its graduates. The upgraded facilities create a conducive environment for students to push their limits and do their best. NSJBI joins every Filipino student in achieving a better life through education.

For more information and inquiries, contact 09176759184 or (02) 215-3898. Visit the website at and Facebook 

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