Assumption Language College is a premier community-oriented language College in Asia-Pacific that develops individual potentials and fosters intercultural and interreligious understanding.


Provides contextualized language-focused instruction by globally-competent teachers, applying the standards of excellence to future international leaders of the Church and the society.

Constantly upgrades competent, committed, and person-centered teachers and staff.

Cultivates international camaraderie and values and respects diversity and spirituality.




Assumption Language College (ALC) was established on July 6, 2009

Its original goal was to respond to the need for language instructions of religious students from China as they prepared for higher theological studies in the Philippines.

July 6, 2009

The College was originally named Assumption Language Center.


The student population continued to grow in its first two years of operation that the College leaders thought it would be better for its expansion to purchase a property that is bigger and is to be used primarily for the classes.


In July 2011, ALC moved to its present and bigger home, Galabert House, at No. 11 Regidor Street Varsity Hills Subdivision, Loyola Heights, Quezon City. Plans are underway to build more classrooms and expand dormitories for students.

July 2011

ALC has TESOL-certified teachers

It is also strengthening its teaching force by increasing the number of full-time and regular teachers who handle regular classes.

at Present

The College has a minimum of 70-90 learners every cycle (three-month long program) from various consecrated religious priests, brothers, sisters, vocation candidates and professional all over the globe.


The College has also expanded by opening a branch in FBR Arcade on Katipunan Avenue for one-to-one classes and other smaller classes.


This year, 13 years after its founding, ALC embarks on migrating all its classes online using various platforms to provide high-quality, skill-based, contextualized language training to its learners.