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Quality of Education in the Philippines

The major American Universities and the Evaluating Agencies in the USA - such as Jose Silny in Miami would shudder at the "equivalent to Associate degree in the USA "statement. For the part, it takes over 160 college credit hours to get a Filipino University Degree and less than 130 to get an American Degree. All University classes in the Philippines are taught in English. And each three PT's, four nurses, two CPA's, and six Engineers, I have helped get to the USA had all had their degrees assessed as "equivalent to or surpassing" the USA Degree Requirements.

Teaching in the Philippines

I have been asked to teach at a local medical program here at MSC, Marinduque State College. My wife has also been asked to teach. The college was founded by her late Uncle, Pamfalio Manguera. We have closed family ties to the college as my BILL graduated from the institution years ago. During a recent medical mission we did BP and glucose screening at the college for all the staff members that chose to come and partake of our service.

Filipino Education

Universities abound in the Philippines. It is an excellent place to get a very cheap, but good education. You may know of the many Filipino MD's, nurses, CPA's, lawyers, etc. working in the States on their Filipino credentials after taking a state board certification test. Filipinos are excellent professionals and business people everywhere they work.

The education in the Philippines is geared to U.S. requirements. You can use the U.S. GI Bill of Rights educational provisions to pay for a Philippine education.



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