Philippines

Philippines K-12 Reforms Poised to Transform Higher Education System

Although aimed at the K-12 sector, recent educational reforms in the Philippines are expected dramatically affect the nation’s higher education system – and potentially Filipino students’ international mobility – as well.


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Education in the Philippines

Higher education in the Philippines is undergoing significant changes as the result of structural and curricular reforms that extend the primary and secondary education system from just 10 years to 13 years. This article offers insight into the Philippines education system through the tertiary level.


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Not Just Exporting: Philippines Becoming an Attractive Destination for International Students

By Julia Goquingco & Sophia J Lowe, World Education Services Canada When most people think of migration and the Philippines they think of the emigration of Filipinos. There is a huge Filipino Diaspora. According to 2007 data from the Commission


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Education in Philippines

By Nick Clark, Editor WENR VIEW WEBINAR ARCHIVE: EVALUATING CREDENTIALS FROM THE PHILIPPINES   INTRODUCTION The Philippine education system has been heavily influenced by its colonial history, which has included periods of Spanish, American and Japanese rule and occupation. During


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Education in the Philippines

By Nick Clark, Assistant Editor WENR VIEW FREE ARCHIVED WEBINAR ON PHILIPPINES   INTRODUCTION The development of the Philippine education system has been heavily influenced by its colonial history, which has included periods of Spanish, American and Japanese colonization and


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