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Different facts about the University of Asia and the Pacific

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Image from MegaCities UA&P is divided into 7 different Schools College of Arts and Sciences CAS’s three-year Liberal Arts program gives students a solid foundation in the humanities. It enables students to determine their strengths and interests by equipping them with enhanced learning skills. After completion of the undergraduate program, students move on to their […]

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Different facts about the De La Salle University

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Image from Wiki Commons La Salle has 7 Undergraduate Colleges and Schools Br. Andrew Gonzalez College of Education (BAGCED) The Br. Andrew Gonzalez College of Education (BAGCED) envisions itself as a center of excellence in the development of educational leaders, researchers, counselors and professionals in the Asia-Pacific region. This will be achieved by providing excellent […]

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By: Kathrina F. Villaran Too shy to make friends? Two of our regular tutees met for the first time and became friends in less than an hour. In between doing homework, see what transpired between them (non-verbatim): Populi: Can we still meet until we’re old and we carry sticks? Diego: Yes! When we get old, […]