PROFILE

ABOUT US

NEU-VEM

The New Era University – Vantage Education Management (NEU-VEM) is the University Center for Alternative Learning. It is the arm of the University to promote access to non-conventional higher education and basic education programs.

The NEU-VEM is one of the means by which the NEU fulfill its vision of being a world class institution of learning. Through its Distance Education (DE) unit, collaboration with international entities and organization which have access to open educational resources was made possible. By adopting the resources which conform with the international standards, the NEU is in parallel operation with world-class online and viable education management. It offers learning opportunities and experiences to empower self-propelling individuals, achievers and assistants for basic and higher education, and facilitators of lifelong learning open to the global community.

The NEU-VEM has three independent units or programs namely: Open/Online University (OU), Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP), and Homeschooling Intervention Program (HIP).

Moreover, NEU-VEM is the internal quality assurance management system of NEU to its non-conventional mode of education delivery. It provides clear institutional procedures for managing and ensuring academic oversight, performs continuous self-evaluation directed toward program improvement targeting more effective pedagogy, innovates advances in the assessment of student achievement of intended outcomes, and oversees retention rates and effective use of resources.

The NEU Open/Online University (NEU-OU)

Distance Education

NEU-OU is the Distance Education (DE) program of the New Era University. NEU-OU uses the current technology to intensify the University’s effort of delivering quality education worldwide. It envisions reaching larger community of learners through scheduled face-to-face activities via its Learning Centers (LCs), live internet video-conferencing, and use of electronic learning modules of instructions. Its flagship is “Providing Online Christian-Inspired Quality Education.”

The NEU Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP)

ETEEAP Standard

Pursuant to Executive Order 330 of 1996, ETEEAP is an educational assessment scheme which recognizes knowledge, skills, and prior learning obtained by individuals from non-formal and informal education experiences. It employs equivalency competence standards and a comprehensive assessment system involving written tests, interviews, skills demonstrations, and other creative assessment methodologies. A Panel of assessors is constituted to determine the candidate’s knowledge, skills, and attitudes relevant to a particular discipline, and consequently equivalent credits and appropriate degrees are conferred by NEU.

Beneficiaries must be Filipinos who are at least high school graduates. They must have worked for at least five years in the field or industry related to the academic program they are obtaining an equivalency. They must also be able to show proof of proficiency, capability and thorough knowledge in the field applied for equivalency.

The NEU Homeschooling Intervention Program (NEU-HIP)

Homeschooling

The NEU-HIP in the Basic Education (with Level III Accreditation Status) is the response of the University to the following legal bases: The guarantee of the 1987 Constitution to the right to education of every Filipino, that the State shall protect and promote the right of all citizens to quality education at all levels and shall take appropriate steps to make education accessible to all; The right of every Filipino to quality basic education as emphasized in Republic Act 9155 or the Governance of Basic Education Act of 2001; Education-for-All 2015 — The country will establish and maintain a system of… education… without limiting the natural right of parents to rear their children…; and the Department of Education (DepeEd) Manual of Regulations for Private Schools — The State shall encourage non-formal, informal, and indigenous learning systems as well as self-learning, independent, and out-of school study programs.

VISION

Expand NEU’s education services for its growing number of clientele and markets of self-propelling individuals clamoring for an open and flexible type of learning.

 

MISSION

Offer learning opportunities and experiences, and develop self-propelling individuals capable of becoming achievers, and aspirants of both basic and higher education and facilitators of lifelong learning.

 

GOALS and OBJECTIVES

  • Serve as an arm of the University in promoting access to alternative mode of learning delivery.
  • Broaden access to quality education for all through non-conventional means.
  • Develop an adaptable system of education and lifelong learning that will empower professionals in their pursuit for excellence.
  • Empower faculty, staff, administrators, and parents in program development and implementation of non-conventional modality of education.
  • Conduct research on the components of Open, Online, and Distance Education for policy studies.

 

CONTACT NUMBERS

  • Direct Landline Numbers: (+632) 687-8064 | (+632) 509-9000
    [Look for the Following Professors and Administrative Support:
    Prof. Alkaye; Prof. Bea; Prof. Erika; Prof. Jovelle; Prof. Tina]
    MONDAY-FRIDAY: 8:00 AM to 12:00 NN and 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM [PHT]
  • Cellphone Number: +63-915-596-8562
    [Look for the Following Professors and Administrative Support:
    Prof. Alkaye; Prof. Bea; Prof. Erika; Prof. Jovelle; Prof. Tina]
    MONDAY-FRIDAY: 8:00 AM to 12:00 NN and 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM [PHT]
  • Director’s Office: (+632) 975-7154 [Direct Landline Number] | Mobile: +63-917-503-8204
    MONDAY-FRIDAY: 8:00 AM to 12:00 NN and 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM [PHT]

 

NEU-VEM ORGANIZATION

VANTAGE EDUCATION MANAGEMENT
OPEN UNIVERSITY • ETEEAP • K12-ONLINE

 

BRO. GABRIEL G. MALONZO, Ed. D.
NEU-VEM Executive Director

 

CENTER FOR NON-CONVENTIONAL LEARNING SYSTEM
(Program Directors, Coordinators, and IQAT Members)

LYDIA L. LIBUNAO, Ph. D.
Director, Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP)
Dean, School of Education

 

PROF. ANITA P. SANTOS
Deputy Director, Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP)
Consultant, Integrated School (K12)

 

BRO. GABBY G. MALONZO, Ph. D.
Director, Open University (OU) & Homeschooling Intervention Program (HIP)

 

REBECCA S. SUPAN, Ed. D.
Principal, Integrated School (K12)

 

EMILIA M. MANANGHAYA, D.B.A.
Dean, School of Business Administration

 

BRO. ORLANDO M. CABIGTING JR., Ph. D.
Dean, School of Arts and Sciences

 

PROF. MARGELLE A. ANDRES
Dean, College of Communication

 

ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLEMENT AND PROFESSORIAL SUPPORT

PROF. MARIA CRISTINA V. GUINTO
PROF. ERIKA LOUISE M. AQUINO
PROF. ALKAYE T. LAGRADA
PROF. LADY JOBELLE M. IBE
PROF. RONA BEANNA N. ROMAN

Online Correspondents & Coordinating Personnel

 

• THE NEU-VEM •
Internal Quality Assurance Team (IQAT)
Academic Specialists and Instructional Support Teams (ASSIST)
Academic Support Group
Learning Center Coordinators
Subject Specialists and Evaluators
Local and International Paper Presenters & Researchers
Local and International Lecturers
Book Writers and Evaluators
Accredited Partners, Providers, and Linkages