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Room 123, Melchor Hall, University of the Philippines - Diliman,
Quezon City 1101 Philippines

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The UP Diliman College of Engineering

Founded in 1910, the University of the Philippines Diliman College of Engineering comprises of six (6) professional departments and two (2) institutes which offer undergraduate and graduate programs recognized by universities around the world. Over the past century, the College of Engineering (COE) has produced notable engineers in various fields and has honed quality professionals and well-rounded individuals. Through researches by students and faculty alike, the college has consistently published their works in reputable engineering and scientific journals and conferences here and abroad. It boasts the highest concentration of faculty members with Ph. D. in any engineering school in the country - with faculty members having obtained their degrees in well-known universities around the world. The college actively pursues collaborative works with various industries, government agencies, academes, and other UP units.

About UP ESC

The Engineering Student Council (ESC) is a non-stock, non-profit organization with 39 student leaders from the 6 departments, 2 institutes, and the graduate school of the College of Engineering, University of the Philippines Diliman. The ESC represents over 30 student organizations and almost 6000 students from the different fields of Engineering. It holds numerous events such as the Engineering Opening Week, the Engineering Innovations Congress, the Engineering Week, and the Mental Health Project, which all promote academic excellence and holistic development among the Engineering students.


Our Vision

The UP Engineering Student Council remains to be in the frontline of executing its vision of defending students' rights and welfare, leading proactive involvement in social and national issues, and providing basic student services to its constituents. The council magnifies its mandate by:

Evoking a greater sense of social empathy through increased engagement in social practice, and in high level of discourse. We push for civic consciousness, exemplifying passion for the country, and compassion for the people;

Foreseeing and perceiving the necessary actions and initiatives to cater the sustainable needs that align with the students’ best interest; and

Envisioning a college with codified and recognized student rights that forwards freedom of expression without discrimination nor inequity.

Augmenting our service to greater heights,
Emphasizing the role of every engineering student in the society,
Intensifying our capabilities as engineers for the nation.

This year, this is our VISION MAGNIFIED.


Ralph Justine Baguinon