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The Embassy of France to the Philippines has two scholarship programs.
It seems like more and more scholarships are opening up for people who want to further their studies. In January, Japan started accepting applications for the Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship Program; so did the Stipendium Hungaricum, a scholarship program founded by the
Here's how you can apply.
Studying abroad is usually just a dream for many students, especially since tuition fees in other countries are usually more expensive to fees in the Philippines. It's not entirely unattainable for Pinoys to fulfill their dreams of getting education overseas,
Keep in mind: The deadline is on Friday, February 5, 2021.
For many years now, the Japanese Government has welcomed Filipinos and other nationals from all over the world to study in Japan through six different scholarship programs: Teacher Training, Japanese Studies, Undergraduate Student, Research Student, Specialized Training, and College of Technology. These
A true angel indeed!
In March 2019, Kapamilya actress Angel Locsin reached a social media milestone as she hit 5 million Instagram followers. To make the celebration extra special, Angel thought about organizing a fundraising activity "to share the love to those who are in need."
She was one of the Philippines’ Chevening scholars for 2018.
Jen Horn, 33, is the founder and CEO of MUNI, a cause-driven company that advocates for a healthier, more sustainable world through events and experiences that encourage people to be more mindful of their everyday choices. She also serves as a
Meet Leni Morales.
The fantasy of studying in France is intoxicating, which is why Leni Morales was ecstatic when she found out she got a scholarship to be a part of the Erasmus Mundus Program.I heard about the EMMA-West (Erasmus Mundus Mobility with