What is the vision and mission of De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde?
De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde is committed to building a just and humane
society by being at the forefront of innovative education that is accessible to the poor and diversely gifted learners
Where is De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde located?
We have dedicated campuses that house state-of-the-art facilities for our programs located in Malate, Manila.
Taft Campus (Main Campus)
2544 Taft Avenue, Malate, Manila
The Taft Campus houses computer laboratories equipped with the latest software and a high-speed Internet facility to support the academic requirements of Management, Information Technology, Multidisciplinary Studies, and Deaf Education students. Laboratories and studios are designed to stimulate learners to think, discover, and create.
School of Design and Arts (SDA) Campus
950 Pablo Ocampo Street, Malate, Manila
Styled in irregular geometrics, the School of Design and Arts (SDA) is designed to challenge your creativity. The SDA Campus is one big gallery with hallways that can transform into exhibition spaces at any given time. It has a museum, theater, black box performance space, cinema, amphitheater, and studios that serve as production and collaboration venues for Benildean students.
Angelo King International Center (AKIC) Campus
2509 Arellano Ave, San Andres Bukid, Manila
Step inside the Angelo King International Center (AKIC) and enter the real world of the hospitality industry. The College runs industry-standard kitchen laboratories and SHRIM hatcheries— Hotel Benilde, Vatel Restaurant, Green Cuisine, Andrew Café, and Chef Station— which are training grounds for students to apply what they learn in an actual work environment.
Our newest campus and our fourth academic building, The Atrium@Benilde is designed to provide Benildeans with innovative education and a safe learning environment accessible to persons with disabilities. The campus will house the School of Diplomacy and Governance(SDG), School of Management and Information Technology(SMIT), and School of Professional and Continuing Education (SPaCE). It will also have offices, conference rooms, initiative learning studios, classrooms, and a Learning Resource Center (LRC) dedicated to Benilde Deaf School students.
Take a virtual tour of our Manila campus by watching this video:
Benilde Senior High School
Mutien Marie Hall, De La Salle – College of St. Benilde Taft Campus
2544 Taft Avenue, Malate, Manila
Benilde Senior High School is located inside the Benilde Taft campus, allowing senior high school students to have a glimpse of college life in Benilde and have access to the same facilities and campus spaces.
Benilde Deaf School
1025 C. Ayala St. corner Arellano Manila
Benilde Deaf School is a secondary Deaf education institute that provides quality education and better learning access to Deaf students. BDS aims to produce well-grounded and holistic Deaf graduates capable of lifelong learning, attaining quality leadership skills to improve individual well-being, and influencing the younger Deaf generation to pursue honor and excellence in society.
Peter D.Garrucho Jr. Innovations Institute
1041 Ocampo St, Malate, Manila
Home of the Benilde Hub of Innovation for Inclusion (HiFi). The PDGii is envisioned as a community space for social good. Designed by Javier Design Studio Manila, Benilde’s new campus welcomes all who wish to create and scale social impact.
8 L. Sumulong Memorial Circle, Brgy. San Jose, Antipolo City
Benilde Antipolo was opened to reach learners residing in the eastern part of the Greater Manila area. The tertiary level programs of La Salle College Antipolo were merged with Benilde.
How can I contact Benilde?
If you have any questions or concerns, explore our Help Center and see if you can find what you’re looking for there. If you still can’t find the information you need, send us a support ticket by clicking Contact us and completing the form. We’ll email you right away to assist you with your inquiry.
You can also call us at (02) 8230 5100 local 1CSB.
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Does Benilde follow a semester, trimester, or quarter system for the school calendar?
Benilde follows a trimester schedule. There are 14 weeks in one calendar term followed by at least a 1-week break. The midterm exams happen on the 7th week and the final exams on the 14th week.
For undergraduate programs, we have a bridging term that happens 2 to 3 weeks before the next academic year. It allows students to catch up with back subjects in the Foundation/Core and General Education courses. It also gives students a headstart in courses that are output-intensive. These are identified in the program flowchart.
What is a trimester?
A trimester divides the school year into three parts. It is usually composed of 14 weeks (or three months and two weeks), with the midterm exams scheduled on the 7th week and the final exams on the 14th week. Students take different subjects every term.
Does Benilde accept students with special learning needs?
As an inclusive educational institution, students with special learning needs are very much welcome in Benilde. We also have dedicated offices that provide support and services for their needs like the Center for Inclusive Education (CIE).
Does Benilde accept non-Catholic students?
Yes, non-Catholic students are very much welcome to apply to Benilde.
Does Benilde accept international students?
We accept international students in Benilde Deaf School and in our undergraduate and graduate programs.
However, we’re not yet accepting international students for Benilde Senior High School.
Does Benilde have scholarships?
Yes, we have scholarships for Benilde Deaf School and first-year undergraduate applicants.
We don’t have scholarships for Benilde Senior High School, transferees (except for BASAP and SDEAS applicants), second-degree applicants, international students, and graduate students.
For a list of current scholarships and grants that we offer, go to this link.
Does Benilde Antipolo offer the same programs as Benilde Manila?
No, Benilde Manila and Benilde Antipolo have different program offerings. Go to this link to view undergraduate programs offered in Benilde Manila and to this link for programs offered in Benilde Antipolo.
Do you offer short courses and certificate programs?
Yes, we offer these programs through the School of Professional and Continuing Education (SPaCE). For updates and information on ongoing program offerings, like and follow the SPACE Facebook page or go to www.benilde.edu.ph/space. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
What is the difference between De La Salle University-Manila and De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde?
De La Salle University-Manila and De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde are both members of De La Salle Philippines (DLSP) and are managed by the De La Salle Brothers. In the Philippines, there are 16 De La Salle District Schools.
DLSU-Manila and Benilde do not offer the same degree programs. DLSU-Manila offers more traditional degree programs such as engineering, business, and the sciences. Benilde offers non-traditional, innovative, and industry-responsive degree programs such as hotel, restaurant, and institution management, multimedia arts, fashion design, export management, among others.
If I get accepted in Benilde, does it also mean that I’m accepted in other De La Salle Philippines schools and vice versa?
Each school under De La Salle Philippines has its own application procedures and admission qualifications. Getting accepted into one school under DLSP does not guarantee acceptance into other DLSP schools.
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