Mountain Dew Skate Park is the major hangout place for skaters of all ages.
There are several international high schools which offer internationally recognized International Baccalaureate Programme (IB) and/or Cambridge International Examinations (CIE). Take a look at our list of international high schools here.
It’s time to go back to school kids! Take a look at what you should expect in Megacity Manila during this time of year.
The new school year always starts some time in June for public elementary schools and high schools in the Philippines. This 2016, classes in public schools start on June 13, Monday. Private schools, including Manila's international schools, are free to start their classes any time in June or August.
March is "Graduation Month" in the Philippines, with students of all levels celebrating their progress in the educational system. The school year 2014/15 ends on March 27, marking the end of classes for public elementary and secondary students and the beginning of the long Philippine summer vacations.
Students and faculties of the University of the Philippines once again outdid each other at the annual UP Lantern Parade. Each of the dazzling and festive floats took inspiration from Filipino folklore and songs. Spectators from all over Metro Manila celebrated with the Philippine's premiere state university that night, filling the academic oval to overflowing. UP awarded the most creative float right after the parade.
The European Higher Education Fair (EHEF) Philippines will be hosting its biggest gathering yet on November 15, at the InterContinental Hotel in Manila. Twelve European countries are expected to join the fair, including first-timers Belgium and Denmark. The theme this year is "Expanding Horizons." EHEF aims to attract at least 2,000 Filipino students.
You find museums boring? Think again! At the Mind Museum in Fort Bonifacio, children and adults alike can experience the fascinating world of science with all their senses.
Here we provide all basic information regarding the most important types of visa for the Philippines, for all foreigners who want to travel, study, work, or retire in the country.
The National Cheerleading Championship (NCC) and the National Dance Championship (NDC) are the biggest gatherings of cheer and dance teams in the country.
As you can see in the picture, the University of the Philippines (UP) is getting ready for the annual UP Fair, a week-long open-air festival in the Sunken Garden of the Diliman Campus. It is THE event for students and visitors alike on UP grounds.
Arguably the best restaurant on the campus of the University of the Philippines (UP), the Chocolate Kiss Cafe serves superb Philippine, Asian and Western cuisine.
The University of Santo Tomas in Manila is a busy place on this October's Sundays. Thousands of mostly young and ambitious graduates from Philippine law schools are taking their bar exam, the licensure exam for lawyers.
Usually cheerdancing is only a side issue, meant to warm up fans for a big sport event. Not so in Metro Manila. The Cheerdance Competition of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) is one of the major yearly sport events, with an audience of up to 23,000 people following the event live and many thousands more in front of the TV and the live-tickers on the Internet.