The Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA) has announced its partnership with the British Council in internationalising higher education.
British Council and CHED presented the preliminary findings of the Study on the Capacity Building and Institutional Development of Higher Education in the Philippines.
DLSU and SMEC took part in the UK-East Asia Higher Education Forum in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in 31 October 2019.
A series of capacity-building activities were conducted in October 2019 with the technical team of the CHED-funded project.
Last 24-26 September 2019, the Asia Pacific Multilingual Working Group, in consortium with British Council and other international non-governmental organisations, organised the 13th Language and Development Conference dubbed as The Inclusion, Mobility and Multilingual Education Conference: Exploring the Role of Languages for Education and Development.
The Ateneo de Manila University Center for Health Evidence, Action, and Leadership (AHEALS), through the Newton Fund funded iPRIME Study, has recently conducted a pilot implementation of an innovative module on Team Leadership and Health Facility Management for primary care teams.
A new immigration route has been announced that means that International students in the U.K. who have studied any subject will be able to stay in the U.K. for up to two years to find work.
The CvSu and TUP experts are set to start the development of HECTOR, or Higher Education Cooperation towards Transnational Education Open Resource.
The British Council together with the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA) conducted the 3-day Orientation and Workshop.
The British Council in partnership with the Ministry of Education (MOE), China has recently announced its new seed funding programme that will boost education partnerships and deepen collaboration between UK, China, ASEAN and African countries.
Leaders and faculty members of higher education institutions (HEIs) from the regions of Ilocos, Bicol, Western Visayas, and Northern Mindanao participated in another series of focus group discussions (FGDs) organised by the British Council and the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to identify emerging priorities for transnational education (TNE) in the Philippines.
Miriam College with Goldsmiths University commenced its first year offering of Post Graduate Certificate (PGcert) and Master of Arts in Designing Education programme with 11 scholars starting their UK study last May.
The British Council and the Commission on Higher Education sent off the first cohort of enrolees for the Joint Development of Niche Programme through Philippines-UK Linkages (JDNP) in a simple ceremony last 13 September at the Bonifacio Global City in Taguig.
Students from University of Santo Tomas (UST) and University of San Carlos (USC) are set to leave for the UK in September 2018 to begin their postgraduate degrees jointly developed by their universities and their respective UK university partners.
Ten Philippine universities pioneering Transnational Education (TNE) programmes in the Philippines reconvened last 13 August 2018 to continue their conversations on how supporting internationalisation can advance the quality of the Philippine higher education.
The Times Higher Education (THE) met with representatives from the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and select Philippine universities to discuss factors that come into play in the ranking of universities.
Ten Philippine universities are setting the scene for more Filipinos to acquire quality international degrees.
The British Council, the Commission on Higher Education and representatives from Philippine higher education institutions participated in the 2018 Going Global conference in Malaysia.
In particular, the launch showcased our work in Education through a mounted digital exhibit highlighting our programmes in Transnational Education, Newton Agham Programme and StudyUK.
An informal grouping of ten Philippine universities has committed to work together in developing policy positions geared towards creating enabling policies on TNE in the Philippines.
The Newton Agham Programme will provide £3 million from 2016 to develop science and innovation partnerships that promote the economi
British Council and the Commission on Higher Education signed a Collaborative Agreement on Transnational Education.
The Look of Style Awards (LOSA) is the only fashion design competition in the Philippines that sends winners to an all-expense-paid trip to the UK for a short course in fashion.
The Rivers of the World exhibit is the flagship art and education project of The Mayor’s Thames Festival, delivered in partnership with the British Council.
In partnership with Microsoft Philippines and PEAC, the British Council held its first education conference on ICT last 1 December at the SMX Convention Centre in Pasay City.
The British Council facilitated a three-day face-to-face training course for teachers on Core Skills Professional Development Programme last 20 to 22 January at Miriam College.