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FU-Nursery School boosts enrollment

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Foundation University Pre-School has 12.5 percent increase in enrollees for school year 2010-2011. {{more}}

Fe Villas, OIC Principal of Foundation University Elementary School said that this is due to the opening of the nursery level this June which immediately garnered 19 nursery pupils.

The same institution has been offering Kindergarten 1 and Kindergarten 2 for the past years and this is a welcome addition to the FU’s mission and vision.
It is the University’s recent thrust to add the nursery level to answer the needs of increasing demand for preschool.

Meanwhile Foundation University is also offering preschool subjects regularly every semester starting this June under the College of Education. These subjects were offered only during Summer in this institution in the past.
Dr. Thelma Florendo, Dean of the College of Education said, there is a need for preschool subjects to be offered to answer the demand for preschool teachers.

Foundation University has reported an increase in the enrollment of the following Colleges for this school year: The College of Architecture and Fine Arts, College of Education, the School of Computer Engineering, School of Hospitality and Management, and FU Elementary department.

The University is ready to face another challenging school year with more competent instructors ,improved facilities and technology.









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