Benilde raises the bar once again with its first-ever master’s degree offering.
Master of Science in Tourism and Hospitality Management (MSTHM)
The Master of Science in Tourism and Hospitality Management program has three tracks of specialization: Culinary Management, Tourism Management, and Hospitality Management. MSTHM trains hospitality professionals to become sharp and critical decision-makers, who have strong foundations in the business and science of hospitality and strategic development competencies in food products, travel, and service industries.
Our Deaf Learners’ Preparatory Course (DLPC) is a two-trimester evaluative program which measures your readiness for college before you advance to the Applied Deaf Studies program. DLPC holds remedial and enrichment activities in five areas of study: Faith Formation, Personal Development, Filipino Sign Language, English, and Mathematics.
Can you inspire change?
Bachelor in Applied Deaf Studies (BAPDST)
In Applied Deaf Studies, Deaf individuals are trained to become competent leader-advocates for the Filipino Deaf Community.
As an Applied Deaf Studies student, you gain an in-depth understanding of the Deaf community, Deaf identity, and deafness. After your immersion in the fundamentals of the Deaf Studies program, you specialize in Computer Graphics or Entrepreneurship.
Upon graduation, you can be employed as a multimedia specialist, graphic and layout artist, web developer, animator, data analyst, finance and administrative associate or hotel service associate.
How do you tell stories through art and technology?
Bachelor of Arts in Animation (ABANI)
In Animation, we merge the latest digital technology with limitless imagination and compelling storytelling. At your disposal are industry-level technology, systems and software. But stretch the boundaries of your creativity and you have something more powerful in your hands: a world brought to life with visual elegance and narrative brilliance.
Is it possible to manage creativity?
Bachelor of Arts in Arts Management (ABAM)
In Arts Management, while you become proficient in art history, theory and criticism, you also learn the systems and technologies of institutions and businesses that run on creativity, art, and design. This is a pursuit for the art enthusiast who wants to design spaces and interfaces so art and audience can dialogue, shape environments so that art may enhance human experience, and foster an outlook wherein art is a way of life.
Who would play you in the movie of your life?
Bachelor of Arts in Digital Filmmaking (ABDFILM)
Our Digital Filmmaking program combines motion picture production techniques with digital technology to create the cinema of the future. In the process, we produce versatile graduates immersed in all elements of filmmaking: directing, producing, screenwriting, editing, sound mixing, cinematography, and production design.
When did art and technology fall in love?
Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Arts (ABMMA)
Our Multimedia Arts program breeds a new generation of artists who are adept in merging different forms of digital media into design innovations with timeless impact. It prepares students for the changing landscapes of art and technology by covering all the bases of diverse disciplines including photography, 2D and 3D animation, web and graphic design, and video and sound editing.
To create music is to speak a universal language. Our student-musicians manifest their fluency in this language by having a strong command of music theory and composition to complement their technical skills in sound recording and processing.
Our Music Production program reflects the diversity of musical experience—mixing sounds, composing songs, producing musical performances—to ensure that your learning remains relevant in the music business.
How can you best capture life in a frame?
Bachelor of Arts in Photography (ABPHOTO)
What distinguishes a Benildean photographer is his/her ability to astonish an audience with new perspectives, angles, and interpretations. In Photography, our students’ goals are to have an intuitive mastery of light, a deep grounding in technique, and a genuine connection with the subject.
How can you tell a story without words?
Bachelor of Arts in Production Design (ABPRD)
Production designers do more than just create sets. They build worlds, revive eras, and conceive characters. In Production Design, students learn about theater and film design, art history, and media studies as they dabble in stagecraft, prosthetics, and costume construction.
How do you set a trend?
Bachelor of Arts in Fashion Design and Merchandising (AB-FDM)
Today’s fashion arena demands designers who are inventive, cutting-edge, and bold. To stand out, our Fashion Design and Merchandising students are taught traditional couture methodologies and advanced fashion design approaches. Laboratory training in clothing construction and business knowledge on how to market merchandise help you to carve out a niche in creative industries.
Do you dream with your feet?
Bachelor of Performing Arts in Dance (BPAD)
In Benilde, students experience the creative process and disciplined training of dance while developing an awareness of its historical and cultural aspects. Technique classes in Dance are offered alongside theoretical studies in dance history, criticism, and teaching methodologies. These courses deepen the artist’s appreciation for how his/her craft is a powerful form of expression that can enrich a culture and transform a society.
Is architecture the soul of a civilization?
Bachelor of Science in Architecture (BS-ARCH)
Architecture draws from historical and environmental knowledge, critical thinking, and artistic vision to build infrastructure for human interaction and cultural expression. As you explore fundamental issues in contemporary architecture, you are challenged to design spaces for targeted purposes using inventive and sustainable design solutions.
How can you make something the world didn’t know it was missing?
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design (BS-ID)
In Industrial Design you innovate solutions to optimize the function and value of a product for the benefit of its users. These solutions, while they are functional, sustainable, and aesthetically appealing, ultimately enhance the quality of life and culture of people. Our program is a quest to integrate design philosophies with technology to meet the demands of the modern consumer.
How can design shape the way we live?
Bachelor of Science in Interior Design (BS-IND)
Interior Design explores spaces where people live, work, and play. Behind every complementing shape, light, color, and surface is a meticulous Benildean designer who makes interiors useful and delightful to those who inhabit them.
What you can sink your teeth into.
Bachelor of Science in Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management (BS-HRIM Culinary Arts Track)
The Culinary Arts Track equips you with the fundamentals of food preparation and food service. It sharpens your management and critical thinking skills for you to become chefs, managers, and leaders in the industry.
How you can be superb.
Bachelor of Science in Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management (BS-HRIM Hospitality Management Track)
The Hospitality Management Track teaches you the essential principles of managing hotels, restaurants, and catering companies. In the process, you oversee diverse functions of the business, from accounting and finance to marketing and human resources.
Where you can go next.
Bachelor of Science in Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management (BS-HRIM Tourism Management Track)
The Tourism Management Track grooms you for a successful career in the fields of lodging, food service, recreation, and travel. You learn the cultural and personal inclinations and expectations of travelers in order to facilitate the most fulfilling journeys and experiences.
Why you must go the distance.
Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality Management (BS-IHM)
For students of International Hospitality Management, one degree is not enough. They earn Philippine and French bachelor’s degrees and benefit from Vatel International’s worldwide network of schools recognized for international programs in business, hotel and tourism management.
Leaders are captains.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Computer Applications (BSBA-CA)
As technology steers our way of life in the Digital Age, there are those who navigate industries through Information Technology. In Computer Applications, you become proficient in business-solving methods and management techniques while you gain training in constructing and implementing organization-specific IT systems to streamline business operations and boost productivity.
Leaders are global.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Export Management (BSBA-EM)
Unique products are local; dominant markets are global. As an Export Management student, you keep an eye on up-and-coming products while tracking trends and movements in the global economy. This program is the pioneer export-oriented business course in the country and it merges the essentials of the export industry, namely product development, manufacturing, marketing and distribution, with entrepreneurship and new strategies and technologies in international trading.
Leaders are champions.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Human Resource Management (BSBA-HRM)
Our Human Resource Management program integrates business management and industrial psychology, giving you a comprehensive understanding of how to enable personnel, enrich company-employee relationships, and enhance work environments to pursue organizational objectives. While you get down to the basics of workforce development covering recruitment, training and compensation, you also cultivate a visionary instinct and aptitude for transforming human resource as a crucial component of the strategic development and success of companies.
Leaders are agile.
Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (BS-IS)
Through our Information Systems program, you acquire an in-depth understanding of how information and technology-enabled business processes increase the overall performance and responsiveness of organizations. With your technical knowledge in computers, software and mobile communications, you have the ability to analyze, design, and engineer information system solutions for business, academe, and government.
Leaders are adventurous.
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with specialization in Game Design and Development (BSIT-GDD)
What’s more thrilling than playing video games is braving an infinite universe to create them. Our Game Design and Development program is a hybrid discipline which combines the technical, art, and business aspects of gaming. As you build your portfolio of games ranging from small interactive applications to complex PC- and console-based systems, you are also trained how to run and manage a game development studio.
Leaders are finishers.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Business Management (BSBA-BM)
In Business Management, our students learn to integrate operations, marketing, finance, human resource management, strategic management and corporate social responsibility making them versatile professionals in any industry. The degree promotes critical thinking and practical application of business concepts through simulations, cases, and discussions.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Marketing Management (BSBA-MM)
Students under the Marketing Management program learn to read the mind of the market, predict its tendencies and influence its impulses. The course offers a 360-degree view of business administration from product management, research, sales, to product distribution. Ultimately, students become versatile in this industry as course activities cover consumer behavior, advertising, international and digital marketing, and financial concepts.
Diplomacy shapes how the world is connected.
Bachelor of Arts major in Consular and Diplomatic Affairs (AB-CDA)
In Consular and Diplomatic Affairs, our students examine the interrelations of states, cultures, languages, politics and economies to gain a comprehensive understanding of global affairs. Your multidisciplinary education in social sciences, languages, and humanities primes you to have a mindset for dialogue and to have a sensibility for diverging perspectives.
Our program trains students to become professionals in international relations whose career paths lead to consular and diplomatic posts.
Our Filipino Sign Language Learning Program (FSLLP) is a certificate course open to all Deaf and Hearing individuals from Benilde and the general public who want to communicate using sign language. FSL classes are handled by Deaf instructors who integrate visual-gestural strategies with community interaction, allowing you to experience first-hand the Deaf’s language and culture.
(+63) 526-7441 local 131
Just as salt and pepper are the fundamentals of flavor, theory and practice are the foundations of our discipline.
The School of Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management (SHRIM) primes future hoteliers, restaurateurs, and managers for the rigors and precision of the hospitality industry.
SHRIM adheres to the philosophy that superior education culminates in practice. Its campus, the Angelo King International Center (AKIC), houses industry standard kitchen laboratories where students apply what they learn through hands-on experience.
Angelo King International Center (AKIC) Campus
Arellano corner Estrada Street, Malate, Manila, Philippines
(+63) 230-5100 local 2342
(+63) 400 - 7408
How do you personify brilliance?
Bachelor of Arts in Theater Arts (ABTHA)
It takes a diamond to cut another diamond. That is why
our Theater Arts program promises a dazzling cast of actors,
directors, producers, and designers as professors and mentors.
You don’t always need to be at centerstage and in the spotlight
to experience the most intense and immense environments
of the performing arts. As a student and apprentice, you will
be exposed to all the facets of performance and stage craft even
as you specialize in one of our two tracks: Acting or Production.
In the long run, all the world’s a stage and in Benilde you get to play many extraordinary parts.
Leaders are Strategists
Bachelor of Science in Real Estate Management (BS-REM)
The Real Estate Management degree program is for those
who want to practice or offer professional advice in the brokerage,
management and development of the real estate lands,
properties, and projects. It incorporates the concepts of business management
and green building technology to prepare students to be proactive
and responsive to the environment.
We won’t teach you creativity. We won’t instill in you talent. You already have those in you. What we only need to do is to light you up.
The School of Design and Arts (SDA) offers a wide scope of degree programs in specialized creative disciplines that meet the demands of today’s information-driven world.
The SDA Campus, a 14-storey academic complex, is one big playground for creative minds and a venue that stimulates students to think out of the box, shift perspectives, and innovate ideas.
Benilde School of Design and Arts (SDA) Campus
950 Pablo Ocampo Street, Malate, Manila, Philippines
(+63) 230-5100 local 3811 to 3815
We lay the foundations of servant-leaders.
Our School of Multidisciplinary Studies (SMS) offers Bachelor of Arts major in Consular and Diplomatic Affairs for learners drawn to politics and international relations.
SMS oversees the general education subjects of Benildean students as part of the College’s goal of forming well-rounded individuals.
2544 Taft Avenue, Manila, Philippines
(+63) 230-5100 local 1741
We define leadership.
Our School of Management and Information Technology (SMIT) is home to future business leaders fluent in the language of new technologies.
SMIT offers degree programs that are responsive to the challenges of today’s knowledge and technology-based industries.
2544 Taft Avenue, Manila, Philippines
(+63) 230-5100 local 1703
We celebrate a unique culture and way of learning.
Our School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies (SDEAS) is a leader in learner-centered Deaf education.
SDEAS champions Filipino Deaf identity and culture through its academic offerings, formation programs by establishing partnerships between the Hearing and Deaf community. We highlight the importance of working with the Deaf rather than working for the Deaf.
2544 Taft Avenue, Manila, Philippines
(+63) 230-5100 local 1646
Learning never ends.
For students of the School of Professional and Continuing Education (SPaCE), learning is a lifelong pursuit.
SPaCE provides professionals with tools and skills necessary to advance their careers and increase their competitive advantage in their respective professions.
4/F School of Design and Arts (SDA) Campus
950 Pablo Ocampo Street, Malate, Manila, Philippines
(+63) 230-5100 local 3802, (+63) 400-5425, (+63) 400-7405
The Certified Digital Marketer Program (CDM) by the International Institute of Digital Marketing (IIDM) is a professional certification program designed for on-the-go marketers and businessmen, built on both managerial and technical points of view. It’s a full online course, so students can choose to learn anytime, anywhere they may be at their own preferred pace. There’s (optional) face-to-face introductory sessions too for each module of the program, available to students who would like to get a helicopter view of the subject and interact with the featured subject matter expert.
The program can be taken in full or in part, with each module serving as a standalone course. Once the 12-module program is completed, the student gets a Certificate of Completion and can qualify for an industry-recognized Certified Digital Marketer title to distinguish himself as a marketer with a solid foundation in digital marketing.
The field of human resource management is rapidly evolving to address newly emerging and increasing complex areas of responsibility within the profession. HR specialists are asked to understand and deal with a variety of important functions, including implementing and interpreting legal policy and procedure, administering intricate benefits and compensation programs, and dealing with potentially litigious workplace complaints. Today's human resource specialists are faced with an unprecented challenge in meeting the staffing needs of constantly organizations in an era of highly competitive labor markets. From strategic planning to cost/benefit analysis, HR Managers play a key role in all facets of an organization.
The Post-Baccalaureate Diploma Program in Human Resource Management provides a current, comprehensive, and practical in the major functions of the human resource manager and prepares students to pursue a professional career in this challenging and rewarding field.
The Post Baccalaureate Program in Organization Development provides our managers, consultants, and staff a framework by which to analyze and clarify their dilemma, and put together a mix of Organization Development interventions aimed at overcoming it. At the end of the program, participants will be able to see their dilemma from their organizations' structural, systemic, capability/ human resource and culture perspectives, determine the relationship of those perspectives, and identify and implement a mix of OD interventions appropriate for their situation.
The Professional Event Management program is for professionals who want to be globally competitive in this dynamic and challenging field. The modules are integrated and cover a broad range of event process; from research and design, to careful planning, systematic coordination and scientific post mortem evaluation. Some added features of the course are protocol, etiquette, new templates, bidding, pitching, and risk management.
At the end of the program, successful participants will present their own event portfolio and actual event to their event mentor to complete the learning process. Graduates of this program will be equipped with extensive and comprehensive knowledge, structure and experience in event management.
This program aims to equip professionals with the essential marketing concepts that will render them effective marketers. Students will be updated with the current industry trends while those with minimal marketing background will gain deeper appreciation on the dynamics of marketing. As the facilitators are practitioners themselves, the concepts are applied to actual setting during class discussions.
This program aims to thoroughly enhance the participant's competency as a manager by learning all the facets in supply chain management. The end to end coverage from Procurement to distribution, even management skills and customer service, makes the program holistic. There are two areas of specialization that a participant can choose, depending on the requirements of his job or his interest.
This program is designed to enhance the competencies and update the knowledge of bankers, appraisers, consultants, and practitioners. Changes in economic and political environment make it essential for real estate practitioners to stay on top of vital areas like marketing, laws and taxation, planning and development, property management, financing, and investments. At the end of this program, participants will have an extensive overview of the real estate industry and be knowledgeable in real estate laws and regulations. They will also be acquainted with real estate planning, development, investment, and financing.
This systematic training program aims to update the participants' knowledge on the latest trends and enhance their competencies. The program is a venue for participants and training experts to share and learn the best practices in the field.
At the end of the program, a successful participant is expected to be professionally developed and have competitive advantage above the others. Target participants are trainers and human resource development/performance practitioners who wish to experience the complete learning cycle of training development and management.
The diploma program will enable the participants to explore every stage of professional and modern retailing. The program follows an internationally recognized competency-based curriculum design customized for the Philippine retail market by a team of retail practitioners and professionals. The modules are focused on competencies that are considered critical and relevant to a retail manager's job and are designed to integrate the participants' retail experience with relevant principles, concepts, local and international practices and their practical on-the-job applications in a balanced manner. Each module is packaged with a project output that will allow the students to utilize their learning insights, enterprise skills and creativity in creating and developing new ideas in order to successfully manage their store operations and grow their retail business.
This course is designed to identify and analyse the crucial elements involved in the successful operation of a restaurant and food service operation from an entrepreneurial standpoint as well as from a food enthusiast. It presents the concepts and techniques in providing the best "total meal experience" and guides the students in forming a viable strategic plan. It will also enhance the competencies of the students through a balanced mix of traditional and innovative learner-centered approaches applicable to today's dynamic restaurant and food service industry.
This Program aims to provide individuals with the knowledge, skills, attitude and behaviour in implementing tested and proven management principles in the field of safety and security. The various programs tackle management, security and safety topics that are relevant to the various sectors of the private security industry, be it the security and safety professional thrust to take on a management role or the professional manager, who may be an expert in a completely different field, but is assigned to discharge the security and safety function of his organization.
The course/workshop is a non-credit subject. It focuses on equipping participants with wide range of experiences and age (ages 6 to 60) to apply basic elements, concepts and principles of art in producing creative visual products such as pencil sketching, painting, etc.
The students will be given opportunities to relate the subject with other declines such as humanities, interior design, etc. and display their output through a group exhibition.
The program caters to the need of professionals and entrepreneurs whose jobs require fundamental financial understanding and analysis and whose interest in finance is beginning to grow. It also caters to students who are in pursuit of accounting and finance, business and other fields of specialization.
The program covers the accounting cycle with the financial statements (FS) as the end product. The FS serve as the materials to facilitate the introduction of finance for management decisions. Specifically, discussions shall be in the accounting processing of business transactions, ethical reporting, and the use of accounting information from strategic points of view including but not limited to discussion of the following: Balance Sheet, Income Statement, Cash Flow Statement, Financial Statements Analysis, Internal Control, and Capital Budgeting Techniques.
Just as salt and pepper are the fundamentals of flavor, theory and practice are the foundations of our discipline.
SHRIM Special Programs
Room I813, 8F Angelo King International Center (AKIC) Campus
Arellano cor. Estrada St., Malate, Manila
(+63) 230-5100 local 2361
The Culinary Arts program is both a creative pursuit and a business enterprise. That is why it is essential to be adept with its various facets to ensure dining satisfaction and business viability.
The program is designed to develop your culinary knowledge and skills within fifteen months. Students are trained through intensive laboratory workshop at the Center for Asian and Culinary Studies, including 400-hour of internship at a five-star hotel.
The Food & Beverage (F&B) Service program emphasizes the importance of exceeding the expectations of guests. It prepares students for line positions and managerial posts by training them in current and global F&B practices.
The program covers two months of intensive lecture and hands-on training, including 400-hour of internship.