The UP-VSB, formerly the UP College of Business Administration, holds its traditional alumni homecoming on December 7, in a new venue inside the UP campus, the Promenade.
MANILA, Philippines–The University of the Philippines Virata School of Business (UP VSB), formerly the UP College of Business Administration, holds its traditional alumni homecoming on…
MANILA, Philippines–The University of the Philippines Virata School of Business (UP VSB), formerly the UP College of Business Administration, holds its traditional alumni homecoming on December 7, 2019, in a new venue inside the UP campus, the Promenade.
The school expects more than 300 alumni, with their families and guests are also expected to come.
Liron is used instead of the original name of Leron for this event. Upon entering the venue, there will be a festive drum and bugle band and colourful banderitas hanging in poles to welcome the guests.
The formal program will recognize the honoree classes consisting of Batch ’59 (Diamond), Batch ’64 (Emerald) , Batch ’69 (Golden), Batch ’74 (Sapphire),Read more: Inquirer
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