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UP Information Technology Development Center

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Entrance Exam Schedule
  • Dates: June 4,11,18, 25; July 2, 16, 23, 30; August 6, 2016
  • Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 NN
  • Venue: To be announced

  • Additional announcement:
    Taking the examination outside the stated schedule may be held by appointment from Monday to Friday, 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM.

  • For inquiries, call 920-2080 or email [email protected]
Entrance Exam Passers
  • Essie Ivana Bacchus
  • Raymond Noe Inson
  • Paolo Miguel Escalona
  • Kathrina Yvonne Santiago
  • Adrian Nico Gomez
  • Aldrin Michael Nilles

  • [JULY 19, 2016]
  • Charmaine Martinez Avena

  • [JULY 16, 2016]
  • Lawrence Fetalvero
  • Christine Anne Solejon
  • Johanne Randy Cabatic
  • Willian Caimol

  • [JULY 11, 2016]
  • Raymund Ross A. Isleta

  • [JULY 2, 2016]
  • Jayson Gumboc
  • Paolo Delfin Maghacot

  • [JUNE 25, 2016]
  • Anjelo Joseph Espiritu
  • Marie Francesca Fernandez
  • Harold Dennison Garcia
  • Alain Igban
  • John Francis Mabute

  • [JUNE 18, 2016]
  • Melvin T. Samson
  • Charles Gerard T. Serrato

  • [JUNE 11, 2016]
  • George Simon Custodio
  • Elizabeth Manalac
  • Justin Mangaoang
  • Jestoni Talan
  • Raynold Roda

  • [JUNE 4, 2016]
  • Rachelle De Los Santos
  • Eleanor Arches
  • Michael Agtual
  • Emmanuel Tangonan
  • Glenn Lizardo
  • Jameson Reden Labuguen
  • Joel Michael Viado
  • Allan De La Cruz
  • Leogin Nayre

  • For inquiries, call 920-2080 or email [email protected]

Meet success with UP ITDC

14th Y4IT Congress

The 14th Youth Congress
on Information Technology

September 27-29, 2016
SMX Convention Center, Manila

Cyber Security Seminar
  • The University of the Philippines Information Technology Development Center (UPITDC) in partnership with the Department of Science and Technology – Information Communications and Technology Office (DOST-ICTO), and Palo Alto Networks will conduct a Seminar on Next Generation Cyber Security Strategy: Planning and Implementation on Thursday, 19 May 2016, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. The seminar will be held at the National Computer Center, Audio Visual Room, C.P. Garcia Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City. This seminar is open for IT heads and staff of government agencies or offices, free of charge. Please call the UPITDC at 9202080 for reservations.
  • To confirm attendance of seminar participants, may we request that the attached Registration Form be completed and emailed to us: [email protected] or [email protected] on or before 17 May 2016.



Consulting Services and Expertise

In line with the Center's goal to provide its students with industry-relevant skills, the UP ITDC seeks partnerships with industry and government agencies to validate the skills and trainings the Center offers and hence, maintain the highest standards of service. Such industry partnerships and government collaborations also aid the Center in the conduct of its researches on IT trends, innovations, and breakthroughs.

The UP ITDC lends its expertise and experience to its partners through programs such as Applications Development, Database Design, Systems Audit, IT Project Management, and Information Systems (IS) Planning to strengthen their IT capabilities and make them attuned to the demands of their business endeavors.

The UP ITDC is offering the following key consulting areas:

Medium and Long-Term IT Strategy/ Information Systems Planning
Software Systems and Applications Development
Skill-Specific IT Training
Systems Audit and Portfolio Management
Executive Information Systems
Database Design and Management
ISO Training/Re-certification
Network Design, Implementation, Management and Maintenance
Online Course Development
Staff Augmentation
Game Design and Development


Full-time Course

The full-time Certificate Programs run for two terms (approx. 9 weeks/term). Classes are held from Monday to Friday, 8:00 am–5:00 pm.
Click HERE

Short Courses

UP ITDC offers a broad selection of short courses designed to provide participants a working set of IT skills that are responsive to the demands of their workplaces. These courses are modular, and the duration of each module may range from three days to two weeks, taken on a part-time basis.

View Schedule of Short Courses

View Short Courses Description

Short Course Application Form

Short Course Registration Details



UP ITDC is also currently venturing into e-learning, as it endeavors to increase its reach, accessibility, and impact. As a first step toward this end, the UP ITDC uses a free and open-source Learning Management System (LMS) as a backbone to the online delivery of the Center's current courses and future offerings.

Customized Training

UP ITDC customizes its training modules according to the needs of its clients and partners. A wide range of topics can be delivered by the Center's subject matter experts, and clients may select their preferred course topics based on their training requirements. UP ITDC ensures only effective delivery of its training programs.



The UP System Information Technology Foundation, Inc. (UP SITF) acts as the resource generation arm of the UP ITDC, which includes, but is not limited to, human resource development, infrastructure and equipment, and research and development initiatives. It strengthens the Center’s industry partnerships and the establishment and management of a scholarship.


To view our partners, CLICK HERE


Established in 2003, the Youth Congress on Information Technology (formerly known as the Philippine Youth Congress on Information Technology)—commonly known as Y4iT—is an annual information technology event in the Philippines, organized by the UP System Information Technology Foundation (UP SITF).

Aimed primarily at college students, professionals, educators, IT experts and enthusiasts, Y4iT is an enabling event for today's youth and aspires to recognize young Filipinos as key drivers in the dynamic IT industry. Since its launching, Y4iT has gone on to be at the forefront of information technology gathering events in the Philippines. Various relevant and exciting IT topics are presented and discussed. The event is co-organized by the Y4iT Volunteer Corps (YVC).

To know more about Y4iT, CLICK HERE


On February 26, 2004, upon then UP President Francisco Nemenzo’s recommendation, the UP Board of Regents (BOR) approved the creation of the ITTC Program under the Office of the Vice-President for Development. The BOR appointed a Program Director for UP ITTC on July 22, 2004.

For its full-scale implementation, the University proposed a project for funding by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). This was dubbed as the Japan-Philippines Technical Cooperation Project on Philippine IT Human Resource Development (ITHRD), which was approved by JICA and started operation on July 20, 2004, for a term of four years (extended until 2009).

In the Record of Discussions signed by JICA and the University on July 9, 2004, the project’s purpose was stated as: to conduct high-level and practical IT training in cooperation with other universities and industries, and to match the needs of the industry.

In June 2005, the UP ITTC launched its one-year certificate course.

On August 31, 2009, the Center concluded its initial audit for certification to the ISO 9001:2008 International Standards with ABS Quality Evaluations. The Center became the first IT training center in the Philippines to be ISO 9001:2008 certified.

In 2012, the center was renamed as the University of the Philippines Information Technology Development Center (UP ITDC) upon approval of the UP Board of Regents. The renaming comes with expanded roles and functions with focus on IT training, IT faculty development, research, ICT consulting with University stakeholders and industry-academe collaboration, among others.

UP ITDC is a unit that operates under the Office of the Vice President for Development


  • Garry Pascua
  • Arianne Gozon
  • Levi Lusterio


  • Ernesto N. Bercilla, Jr.
  • Noel Gratus P. Feria
  • Bertrand Alexander D. Paran
  • Noel Benedict C. Ramos
  • Jonalene L. Victorio
  • Gabriel F. Villorente


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