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September 25, 2015
August 10, 2015
June 30, 2015
The is based on the aggregated passing rates of each school in all board exams that their graduates participated in. It is the first Philippine Universities Ranking that is based on relevant, up-to-date and measurable data.
There are over 60 different board exams conducted by the PRC, and we aggregated the results from those board exams, ranked each school in each board exam, and then aggregated the rankings for each school, to come up with a for each school. Note that the ranking displayed here contains schools that were ranked in at least 5 board exams.
March 2, 2015
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By: Jeremy M. Gawongna
Ifugao State University (IFSU) President Dr. Serafin L. Ngohayon assured permission to the barangay officials and the community of IFSU’s home-barangay Nayon to hold events inside the IFSU premise and to use facilities free of charge. Dr. Ngohayon emphasized this in his speech during the Nayon Barangay Fiesta held inside the IFSU compound for the first time on February 14, 2015.
January 27, 2015
International Conference on Outcomes-Based Education (OBE) and Transnational Education (TNE): One with ASEAN 2015
7-8 May 2015
Crown Legacy Hotel
Corner Montinola Street, Kisad Road Baguio City, Philippines 2600
Education as a key societal sector in the Philippines is significantly affected with ASEAN 2015. With its motto, “One vision, one identity, one community,” ASEAN seeks to establish a regional community this 2015 among its 10 member countries. Understandably, education lies at the core of ASEAN’s development process that contributes to the creation of a knowledge-based society, community building and enhancement of ASEAN competitiveness. Under the third pillar of ASEAN Community – more specifically ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community (ASCC) – member-states are expected to invest heavily on its people’s education. Given the Philippines’ membership in the ASEAN, our educational system will definitely be affected as it has far-ranging ramifications in terms of employment, jobs and leadership trainings, among others.
December 14, 2014
|Courtesy of ABS-CBN|
MANILA – A Canadian family has donated to the Philippine Consulate General in Vancouver a replica of an Ifugao nipahut they bought as souvenir six years ago from the Banaue Rice Terraces.
James and Marnie Stewart said their visit to the Philippines composed of trips to Donsol, Sorsogon, Puerto Princesa, El NIdo, and then up north to the Banaue Rice Terraces.
With the help of a local guide, the couple embarked on a week-long trek to the rice terraces, passing through Ifugao villages.