As an institution of higher education, we are a teaching and learning community dedicated to the search for truth, the transmission of knowledge, and the appreciation of beauty.
National College of Business and Arts is committed to education of the whole person - mind and heart, body and spirit. Our undergraduate programs are built on a core curriculum rooted in the liberal arts and business administration. Our curricula are balanced with career preparation and stress the importance of integrating knowledge, critical thinking, problem solving, communication, and aesthetic appreciation. Our graduate programs concentrate in the areas of professional studies which combine theory and practice. In addition to our academic programs, we are actively engaged with the local community in providing cultural, educational, and professional events.
National College of Business and Arts attracts a student population with a broad range of background, abilities, and needs. We admit freshman, transferees, and graduate students. Some of our students may be working fulltime but, choose to study part-time by attending our night classes .
For over 40 years, NCBA has demonstrated an ability to adapt to changes in society. We remain flexible and innovative within the context of our mission. Our future actions will remain focused on our commitment to the total development of our students as a whole person and become more involved with the local community. We will continue to renew and improve our programs and services, so that our graduates will be well prepared to work in the twenty-first century.
In response to Executive Order No. 26 and Executive Order No. 23s. 2011 and the CHED Memorandum on the National Greening Program (NGP)
Dr. Avelino S. de Chavez was appointed as new college dean of National College of Business and Arts
The National College of Business and Arts campuses (Fairview, Cubao and Taytay) joined together to watch the "Ang Guro", a musical play directed by Paul M. Ballano...
Nineteen year old John Gabriel P. Pelias , NCBA High School Class Valedictorian in 2007
Last February 12, 2011 National College of Business and Arts held its first Alumni Home Coming on Cubao campus.
This year we celebrated our Teacher's Day differently. It was celebrated last October 2010, instead of the traditional campus festivity every December.
After several years of dedication to NCBA as an education leaders, President Atty. Jose R. Torres, Jr. and Mrs. Gloria C.Meñez, the Vice-President for Finance retired from their post on December 31, 2009.
National College of Business and Arts held The Search for Ms. and Mr. NCBA last February 19, 2010 at the NCBA Fairview Quadrangle..
God's Grace Academy of Quezon City Inc., National College of Business and Arts (NCBA) - High School Department (NCBA), Mary the Queen Academy English-Chinese School, Batasan Hills National High School...
National College of Business and Arts celebrated its 42nd Foundation Day. As the Hotel and Restaurant Management Department's contribution...