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It’s college admission season. Are you ready?
Moving out of your childhood home and leaving the nest is just as stressful as the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT), American College Testing (ACT), International Baccalaureate (IB), and Advanced Placement (AP) combined. Let’s walk through the steps from applying to attending to ...
 
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Here's how you can financially prepare your children before they pack up and fly.
Parents want to provide the best education for their children and sometimes, that means leaving home and crossing oceans to get one. Based on the UNESCO database of Global Flow of Tertiary-Level Students, there are over 16,000 students from the Philippines studying abroad. ...
 
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These inspiring high school graduates have aced their high school and are ready to take the next step towards a world-class education.
Interviews by Hannah Lazatin, Kit Singson, Marco Sumayao, Patti Sunio, and Alexa SyPhotographs by Joseph PascualProduced by Nicole Limos and Hannah Lazatin, assisted by Chelsa GloriaMakeup by Pam RobesHair by Nikko BruelShot on location at Pottery Barn, Central Square Mall, Bonifacio High ...
 
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The National Language is stricken from the college curriculum.
In an incredible twist of irony during National Heritage Month, the Supreme Court of the Philippines on Sunday, May 26, 2019, upheld a decision it made in October 2018 declaring Filipino and Panitikan (Literature) as non-core subjects in college, meaning they are ...
 
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The College Board hopes to measure students' "resourcefulness to overcome challenges and achieve more with less."
On May 16, the College Board—the company behind several U.S. standardized tests, including the SAT—announced that students' SAT scores will now be reported alongside a new indicator. Widely referred to as an "adversity score," the index aims to quantify a given student's ...
 
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In 2013, Henry Motte-Muñoz created Edukasyon.ph, the one-stop site for everything students need to know before applying to a school.
When the K to 12 program was implemented in the Philippine education system in 2013, Henry Motte Muñoz set a project in motion—a startup that initially sought to fill a gap in the school-hunting process. His brainchild, Edukasyon.ph, planted its roots as ...
 
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You don't need to get on a plane anymore to get topnotch culinary education.
Le Cordon Bleu Ateneo Institute (LCBAI) was formally inaugurated April 5. Located at the ground floor of the George SK Ty Wing Learning Innovation wing of the Arete building in Ateneo's Quezon City campus, Le Cordon Bleu Ateneo Institute combines the expertise ...
 
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A dozen of the people charged in the massive nationwide fraud are set to appear in court today, but what about the students who benefited from the bribes and fake test scores?
Today, when the first round of defendants accused of participating a nationwide college admissions scam appears in court, among their ranks will be six athletic coaches, two entrance-exam test administrators, and two people who worked with William "Rick" Singer, the alleged mastermind of ...
 
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What Lori Laughlin, Felicity Huffman, and other wealthy parents did to game the system—and why it's a crime.
Last August, YouTuber Olivia Jade posted a video for her 1.9 million subscribers. She was moving into her college dorm that day at the University of Southern California, but Olivia reminded her viewers that YouTube was her real passion: “I don’t really care about ...
 
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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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To be carried out by the Department of Public Works and Highways.
The Department of Public Works and Highways announced on September 10 that they have signed a memorandum of agreement with the state-run University of the Philippines to undertake the implementation of 20 construction and renovation projects in the campuses. The total cost ...
 
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Studying might feel like less of a grind in one of these awe-inspiring libraries.
Gothic architecture, stained glass windows, suits of armor, and precious antiques—no, we're not talking about cathedrals or museums. Rather, those elements all belong to America's most stunning college libraries. Universities from New York to Seattle have dedicated lavish sums to constructing temples ...
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