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Ateneo School of Government
Featured Partner Institution

The Ateneo School of Government (ASoG) aims to provide an institutional vehicle for developing public servants and a forum for dialogue and partnership among government, private, non-government, and people’s organizations. ASOG’s long-term mission has been to produce effective and ethical public servants who shall build prosperous and just communities throughout the Philippines, thus becoming an institution for graduate education, training, and technical assistance in leadership and public service.

ASOG comprises three arms that move as one to achieve its broader goal of nation-building: (1) The Academic Program through the ASOG Master in Public Management offers a student-centered and practitioner-oriented curriculum where theory and practice are linked to developing technical excellence and competencies in ethical leadership and good governance. Courses are taught using adult-learning techniques that build on the students’ experience, case discussion in class, and the use of problem-based studies, simulations, and lectures. Second (2), the Executive Education Program was created to foster cooperation between private and public sectors for national development goals. The program offers short, focused, and customized training programs that help provide methods and strategies to concretize ethical governance and sustainable development. Third (3), the Ateneo Policy Center is a think-tank that serves as the school's research and public policy unit. It is tasked to respond to emerging political, economic, and social issues by producing cutting-edge policy research, providing technical assistance to public and private sector actors engaged in reforms, and hosting evidence-based policy discussions to support political, economic, and social reforms.

The ASoG has been a valued member of the SERP-P network since 2012.

Dr. Philip Arnold P. Tuaño is the current dean of ASoG.

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