Enderun’s Davao campus will be located in Azuela Cove, a mixed-use project being developed by the Ayala and Alcantara groups.
“For more than a decade, Enderun Colleges has established itself as a premier management college. We remain committed to the highest international standards of academic excellence centered on the holistic formation and development of our students. It is high time that we expand our scope by building a school in Davao, one of the primary cities in the Philippines, to provide a wide variety of academic opportunities for the Filipino youth,” Enderun Colleges President Edgardo Rodriguez was quoted as saying in a statement.
Owned by Davao-based businessman Dennis A. Uy, Enderun is a private institution that offers hospitality management, business administration, and entrepreneurship degrees.
Enderun opened a 2,000-square meter events space at Azuela Cove last June 22. Events at Enderun Azuela Cove is expected to be the anchor of the new Davao campus.
The events tent, which can accommodate up to 1,500 people, is patterned after the first Enderun Tent in McKinley Hill, Taguig.
Azuela Cove is a 25-hectare waterside estate being developed by Aviana Development Corp., a joint venture of Ayala Land, Inc. and the Alcantara Group of Companies. It is located at the intersection of J.P. Laurel Avenue and R. Castillo Street in Davao City.