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2017 Brigada Eskwela at MSU

Thursday, October 19, 2017

 2017 Brigada Eskwela at MSU AFP spearheads preparations for the opening of classes at the Mindanao State University Main Campus in Marawi City by George S. Gunay   WE WILL PROTECT MSU AT ALL COST. As a testament to this commitment from all branches of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) operating in Marawi, the Brigada Eskwela was initiated by the Joint Task Group Tabang (JTG Tabang)

Thursday, October 19, 2017
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The College of Education is one of the three pioneering colleges of the University. Formal classes in the college started when the University opened classes on June 13, 1962. From a modest enrolment during its inception, the College has developed into one of the biggest units in the University in terms of enrollment both in the undergraduate and graduate programs.


The College is guided by the philosophy that “ the best teachers are highly competent, motivated and committed to the ideals truth, justice and service” whose primary responsibility is to train leaders to hasten the political and socio-economic development as well as enrich the cultural heritage of Mindanao and of the nation as a whole for global competitiveness.


To develop highly skilled, competent, and globally competitive teachers, educational leaders and citizens.


The College envisions to “enhance the image of teaching profession through relevant program conducted in an excellent educational environment for the development of quality teaching competencies and positive values and attitudes placing teaching at the helm of all professions.”


The college of Education is tasked to:

  • Attract the most capable and deserving students to the teaching profession;
  • Develop highly skilled, competent and innovative educational leaders and administrators who can work effectively with in the context of a unique cultural environment;
  • Offer relevant curricular program to meet the needs of the Muslims and other indigenous groups;
  • Share expertise with other educational institutions, particularly the Madaris;
  • Lead in the preservation and enrichment of the heritage of the country;
  • Conduct researches on the teacher education and other related fields;
  • Contribute to the enrichment of existing national efforts in the transformation process towards a culture of peace and development.

General Objectives

The College of Education is committed to attain the following objectives

  • Provide quality education and training to prospective teachers especially in the Madaris;
  • Offer advanced professional training for school administrators;
  • Strengthen the extension programs through non-formal education
  • Enrich programs or values education to promote inter-cultural understanding, solidarity, peace and development;
  • Serve as prime mover in the preservation and enrichment of the cultural heritage of the country;
  • Initiate and facilitate researches on the teacher education and other related fields; and
  • Develop among prospective teacher’s knowledge and skills in the transformation processes involved towards a culture of peace and development.

These objectives are carried out into the different programs of the College.


College of Education
Office of the Dean
Mindanao State University Main Campus - Marawi
9700 Marawi City, Lanao del Sur, Philippines
The Official Website of Mindanao State University Main Campus

Marawi-Main Office: 9700 Marawi City, Lanao del Sur
Telefax: 0918-9180-530

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T.M. Kalaw Corner Jorge Bocobo St., Ermita, Metro Manila
Tel. (02) 526-4325 / 524-8222

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