The University of the Philippines will allow 100% face-to-face classes in all its undergraduate courses in the second semester of the current academic year, AY 2022-2023. This is complementary to the university’s adoption of hybrid and blended learning to equip students for the challenges of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and achieve educational resilience in a volatile and rapidly changing world.
UP is already holding 100% face-to-face classes for laboratory, studio, and practicum courses, among others, and all courses in some of its constituent universities in the first semester of the current academic year. UP Manila began holding 100% face-to-face classes for its courses in the public health disciplines as early as July 2021.
Details regarding implementing face-to-face classes in all courses and the learning delivery mode in the graduate programs are currently being finalized.
(This article was first published in the UP System Website on September 29, 2022)