Foundation University

Foundation University, sometimes simply called Foundation or FU, is a private non-sectarian university in Dumaguete City, Province of Negros Oriental, Philippines. It was founded by Dr. Vicente Guzman-Sinco, former president of the University of the Philippines and an alumnus of Silliman University. It offers over 60 specialized higher education areas of study accredited with the PAASCU, CHED, and the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation.

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Foundation University, Islamabad - Foundation University College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
... Foundation University College of Liberal Arts Sciences is a constituent faculty of Foundation University ... Before becoming part of the University it was functioning as Teacher Training Institute, focusing on providing training to in-service teachers ... The Foundation University College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (FUCLAS) was initially established as Teachers Training Institute (TTI) in 1990 ...
Fauji Foundation College, Rawalpindi
... Fauji Foundation College for boys and girls (located in New Lalazar, Rawalpindi), Pakistan, are institutions affiliated with the Federal Board of Intermediate and ... The Foundation University Islamabad (FUI) is a project of Fauji Foundation ... The university was granted its Charter in the private sector by the Federal Government in October 2002 ...
Fauji Foundation College, Rawalpindi - Foundation University College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (FUCLAS)
... The Foundation University College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (FUCLAS) was established as Teachers Training Institute (TTI) in 1990 ... It became part of Foundation University in 2002 ... It was later renamed as Foundation Universality College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (FUCLAS), offering post graduate courses ...

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