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As a parent, and an expat, you want to make sure your kids education is taken care of.
As parents ourselves, the team at Expat.com.ph has worked tirelessly providing guides, lists, and insights on the schools best suited for you and your children.
If you are looking for more guides on international schools and colleges, please contact the team and we would love to hear it.
Now, get scrolling and check out the full list of articles on schools in the Philippines below.
Get a Degree in Any of These Top Philippine Universities
Education is a big deal in the Philippines. Synonymous to being a degree holder is the opportunity to land a good paying job and reach one’s financial and personal goals. While the educational system of the country is shifting to a K-12 setup, there are a number of prestigious colleges and universities an incoming college freshman can consider going to. Whatever degree you are eyeing, it is equally important to choose an educational institution that will prepare you professionally.Read More
Expats Guide: Find the Right Tutorial Center in Manila
As a parent, one of the biggest worries you encounter is being able to help your child reach his or her academic potential early on. While some children are able to excel in school without any external help whatsoever, there are kids who have a harder time in developing their academic progress. A surefire way to help your child excel ...Read More
Expats Guide: International Schools – Are They Worth It and what is the Cost?
If there is one thing that stresses expats with families, it’s probably where to enroll their children for the incoming semester. Traveling is especially taxing for children who have no option but to move from one school to another every year (or worse, every quarter). When left with no other choice, expats usually go for entering their kids to international ...Read More
Expats Guide: Finding the Right School in the Philippines
It’s hard to imagine being an expat and having to relocate your whole family to a new country and be exposed to a totally different culture. You must have a lot of things going through your mind. In your new city, you search for the safest and most accessible neighborhood. When you’ve solved that one, you look for enjoyable and ...Read More
Scholarship Fund in the Philippines (Life Is Too Short)
Not sure what crazy mood I'm in, but I'm sitting here thinking....I may die tomorrow....and what gets the most joy out of my life. Its changing lives. I enjoy seeing someone learn and be able to create opportunity for themselves. While most of 2011 I have been in South China and Hong Kong, I do miss my experiences in the ...Read More