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UP Diliman offers customizable short-term extramural programs for international partners. Academic Units welcome groups of students from the international partner and facilitate programs based on the specified needs of the students.

Intensive English Program

The Department of English and Comparative Literature (DECL) hosts the month-long Intensive English Program for students from Soka University, Japan. The College of Arts and Letters welcomes students from Takushoku University and hosts a mix of the Intensive English Program with an Intensive Philippine Studies Program for the students. The Intensive Philippine Studies Program is a culture and language program.

Philippine Exposure Program

The College of Social Work and Community Development (CSWCD) hosts a three-week long program for students from the Nihon Fukushi University. The program includes discussions on the community development of both Japan and the Philippines. Participants are immersed in various community service activities and community visits.

MABUHAY: A Philippine Cultural Experience

This is a two-week (10-day) inter-disciplinary program that is intended for the exchange students and the international community in the Philippines to have a basic appreciation of the country as a learning context. It provides a venue whereby international and local culture may converge through a series of introductory-level lectures and in-classroom workshops. Highlights of the program include out-of- town visits to architectural heritage sites, urban and rural communities, business establishments.

OIL Diliman also organizes seminars that are geared at enabling UP Diliman faculty and students to better engage the international community.

University Teaching Course on “Managing International Diversity”

As part of the OVCAA’s thrust to internationalize classes and to work for the advancement of teaching and learning, this one day seminar focuses on managing classes characterized by international diversity. Selected classes host one to five international students comprising of exchange, visiting and regular students. With these students mixed with UPD students, faculty handling these classes are faced with the challenge of optimizing benefits from the convergence of cultures in the classrooms.