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STI partnered with Landbank for a first-of-its-kind student loan scheme.
A student loan program offered by a bank and one of the largest networks of private schools in the country aims to help students and their parents cope with difficulties brought about by the coronavirus pandemic.ALSO READ: EDUCATIONThis is How You Can ...
 
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There are so many errors on one page.
"The government has really doing their best." That's the answer allegedly given in a module released by the Department of Education discouraging students from joining peaceful assemblies.ALSO READThese Textbook Errors Are ‘Funny’ Yet UnforgivableThese Filipino Student Inventors Are Out to Change the ...
 
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Paula Mendoza was laid off from work because of COVID-19.
Everyone’s quarantine scene looks different. You have the emerging YouTube-educated chefs, the non-stop Netflix binge-watchers, the workout buffs, and my personal favorite, the pro serial nappers. Whether you’re using this troubling time of mandatory house arrest to stay productive with your passion projects, or you’d ...
 
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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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Janice Lao is making it a point to create green changes in businesses.
Whether it’s become evident or not, a green revolution has erupted across the globe. Developed countries such as the Scandinavian nations, Japan, and Switzerland lead the pack when it comes to sustainable practices. The Philippines is catching up with the movement through ...
 
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Do international school rankings matter? How many schools should one apply to? What makes a strong application?
College applications are beyond competitive, and when it comes to applications to schools in the United States, one of the world’s top destinations for studying abroad, even more so.The statistics can be intimidating but it shouldn’t be the case, according to Matt ...
 
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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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Chris Do, along with other expert creatives, will take part in CITEM’s CREATE Philippines.
Acclaimed director and creative consultant Chris Do is giving "once-in-a-lifetime opportunity" masterclass this weekend. Do is the mastermind behind design-driven organizations such as the creative solutions agency Blind and online education platform The Futur.For over two decades, Blind has been at the forefront of ...
 
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Globally, only 30 percent of the workforce in science, technology, engineering, and math are women.
The Philippines, according to recent reports, has roughly half the number of researchers it needs. The country has only 189 researchers for every 1,000,000 Filipinos, the lowest ratio in all of Southeast Asia.In a global economy where science and technology are the ...
 
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The 21-year-old son of Tourism Secretary Berna Romulo Puyat graduated with the highest possible honors in the U.K.
Vito Puyat, son of Department of Tourism Secretary Berna Romulo Puyat, just graduated from Newcastle University in the United Kingdom as a First Class Honours student. This is the highest possible grade classification one can achieve in the U.K. and is an ...
 
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A sample of what the Class of 2018 has achieved so far and how these students plan to change the world.
Meet some of the standouts from Philippine Science High School’s talented pool of 2018 graduates before they head off to university. Philippe started at Philippine Science High School on a note that would set the tone for the rest of the six years ...
 
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Our annual list of exceptional Filipino high school graduates on their way to a world-class education.
Meet some of the most hardworking young minds from the graduating class of 2018. Filled with gratitude, moved by passion, and armed with exceptional skills, these students are ready to face bigger challenges with the intent to make the world—and especially the ...
 
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The senator's son talks about building a better response toward natural calamities in the Philippines and an upcoming stint with NASA.
Senator Grace Poe Llamanzares could not help but gush over her son Brian Poe Llamanzares, who recently graduated from Columbia University’s Climate and Society program. The lawmaker, joined by her husband and daughter, flew to New York to attend her eldest child’s ...
 
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The eldest daughter of Jesse and Leni Robredo shares what she's learned during her year abroad.
If the future is in the hands of our graduates, then there’s little to worry about, as many of them are doing us proud.Graduates from both local universities and prestigious institutions abroad are raking in diplomas and awards, and among those are ...
 
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A number of Asian countries are on top of the list.
Often, when talking about education, the attention is divided between the United States and the United Kingdom, home to some of the oldest and most esteemed educational institutions.But a recent study by HSBC reveals that it is parents in countries on the ...
 
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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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The legendary Institut Le Rosey in Switzerland isn't your usual school.
You wake up in your private bedroom and breathe in the crisp Swiss air. Outside your window, you see the last traces of fog disperse along the banks of Lake Geneva. The estate’s perfectly manicured lawns glisten with the morning dew. The ...
 
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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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The author shares some of the most important lessons she has learned from going to prep school in the United States.
As comfortable and as safe as home always is, it is great to experience living away from it. You learn to immerse yourself in an environment where everyone learns to live independently without their parents around. This helps you learn the importance ...
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