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The closures are caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
STI Education Services Group (STI-ESG) is closing down 12 of its schools due to low enrollment caused by the coronavirus pandemic.In a disclosure to the Philippine Dealineg and Exchange Corp., the school network, which is a subsidiary of listed STI Education Systems ...
 
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Meet Gabby Banaag, an 18-year-old student and founder of a tech organization.
It's become more common for big names in the industry to hand over their platforms to regular individuals who have advocacies they wish to share to a larger audience. One Pinay student in New York got to do so, on no less than ...
 
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"Yung humor ko, galing siya sa UST, so kailangan ko siya i-adjust sa Ateneo."
Going to college is like entering a ~whole new world~ for most students. We find ourselves lost in a new campus, surrounded by a diverse set of people, and, in a way, immersed in a new culture. That was the case for content creator and fiction ...
"Hi Doc" Aug 25, 2020
 
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For many in this nation of almost 130 million, the nation's foremost university is also their only hope of a college education.
Tens of thousands of prospective students hoping to get into Mexico’s largest public university on Wednesday began taking the notoriously competitive entrance exam for the National Autonomous University of Mexico, better known as the UNAM.Held each year, it's the exam of a ...
 
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Zoom calls take up quite a lot of your data.
Regardless of how ready students are, online classes have officially begun for many colleges and universities in the Philippines. Many classes employ self-paced learning so students can read up on modules on their own time, while others also hold video call sessions on various ...
 
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It's the school's new normal.
As an incoming college freshman, one of the most awaited "freshman" moments is when you first step on campus. For University of Sto. Tomas' first year students, it's been a years-long tradition to take part in the Thomasian Welcome Walk where they ...
 
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There's still hope for your dream school.
Nothing compares to the joy you'll feel when you get in your dream school. That's not the case for everyone, though. But just because you got rejected the first time around doesn't mean it's over. Majority of universities allow applicants to apply ...
 
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Do you know?
For college students in higher batches, it seems like a lifetime ago when they were once fresh-faced incoming first year students. You're entering ~a whole new world~ where everything is new and everyone is practically a stranger. Your first year can be quite memorable, ...
 
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Gotta pay for your own online shopping gastusin.
Now that we're all just at home, there's really not much use for baon. For many students, parents may have had to stop handing out allowance. Even so, it's never too early to start saving up. At the same time, it's one ...
 
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The struggle doesn't end once you've successfully shifted.
In the Philippines, we choose our majors way before we get accepted to a university, so more often than not, students choose a college course based off on their first impressions of the curriculum. That can change when you finally step into ...
 
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These will make your life SO much easier.
Navigating through the world wide web is our generation’s expertise, but there might still be a lot we don’t know about technology. When it comes to online classes, we might think we’ve already tried all possible apps and features that will make ...
 
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She had to fly back to Japan during GCQ.
Classes in certain universities have already resumed and students will have to attend their classes through digital platforms. Online schools may have existed way before it was mandatory, but there are several pros and cons students will have to endure for the so-called ...
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