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The course rationale presents a thorough deconstruction of the darkest days of Philippine democracy.
Mahalaga at napapanahon ang kursong pang-GE na magpapamalay sa kabataan sa kasamaan ng Batas Militar o ang paghaharing nakabatay sa dahas at pananakot, at ng diktadura, o ang paghaharing hindi nahahahanggahan ng batas.(Roughly, “The GE course that will educate the youth on ...
 
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It's the 2019 edition of the Times Higher Education list.
Data provider Times Higher Education has released their 2019 World University Rankings and only two Philippine institutions made the list: the University of the Philippines and the De La Salle University.Placing in the 501-600 range, the University of the Philippines moves up from their ...
 
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Only six of the country's MBA-granting institutions are in the list of the world's best 1,000 business schools
If hotels have their stars, business schools have their Palmes, handed out by Eduniversal, a global higher education ranking agency based in Paris, France. It has developed an evaluation system that classifies what it considers the world's 1,000 best business schools in ...
 
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UP is extra prolific when it comes to putting people in the Senate.
At some point in your life, you'll watch a Senate hearing, shake your head, and mutter: Where did these people study? This is the answer. We surveyed Philippine senators in recent history (from the 10th to the current 17th Congress) and listed them ...
 
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As a child, she was so poor that she had to plug the holes in her shoes with candy wrappers. Now, Dr. Astrid Tuminez uses her experiences to help the marginalized.
Dr. Astrid Tuminez is a living testament to how profoundly education can change a person's life. Now Microsoft's regional director for corporate, external, and legal affairs in Southeast Asia, Dr. Tuminez is also an accomplished speaker and a widely published author with a long ...
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