8 Filipino Student Influencers to Follow Online for ~Relaxing~ Study Inspo

by Leika Golez   |  Jan 11, 2023
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It can be challenging to motivate yourself to study when you're surrounded by countless distractions online—new Netflix shows, viral memes, Twitter notifs, the works. Although you might believe that it's downright impossible to stay focused in the digital era, you can actually use the internet to your advantage. Case in point: You can subscribe to student influencers online and find study inspo in their ~soothing~ content.

Not sure where to start? Below, we list down eight Filipino content creators who produce calming study vlogs that will boost your productivity: 

1. Sofia Manzano 

Aside from being the co-founder of Paragon Pieces, Sofia is also an AB Development Studies student at Ateneo de Manila University. Follow her channel for campus vlogs and self-care tips. 

2. Ciara Gan 

Ciara is a stylish influencer who loves all things travel and fashion. She's currently on her last year at Ateneo de Manila University, but she briefly went to Europe in 2021 to study in Spain.

3. Bella Racelis 

Of course, this list wouldn't be complete without Bella, the OG student vlogger from 2015. Now a Business Management major at De La Salle University, Bella is best known for her College Diaries series on YouTube.

4. Angel Secillano 

Feeling a little worse for wear? We suggest watching Angel's extra ~chill~ vlogs about juggling work and school as an Enderun Colleges student.

5. Sophie Concio 

Sophie's candid university vlogs are inspiring, relatable, and comforting all at once. She also talks about her college life as an Ateneo de Manila University student in her very own Spotify podcast, girl talk unsupervised.


6. Kanye Hernandez

Kanye's channel is the ultimate go-to for Thomasians who dream of becoming doctors and medical practitioners. This med student has tons of NMAT tips and study hacks to help you survive med school!

7. Shea Domingo

When school gets in the way of taking care of yourself, watch Shea's vlogs to get a quick mood boost. Just a few minutes of watch time will reinvigorate your exhausted brain cells.

8. Stephanie Concepcion 

Stephanie's YouTube channel is filled with stationery hauls, productivity vlogs, and budget-friendly beauty videos that are guaranteed to get you hooked. She's basically like the ate you never had!

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