After getting a taste of life in Australia, many who come here to study dream of acquiring permanent residency with an ultimate ambition to become Australian citizens. There are stories about Filipino parents who sell properties just to send a son or a daughter to study at TAFE (Technical and Further Education), matriculation of which […]
You have probably heard of the timeless saying, “You can’t put a price on education.” But with fears of less people wanting to study, the cost of education is looking less affordable each day.
Those who saw her selling phone cards in Blacktown NSW might have thought she was an ordinary promo girl. Because of her good looks, some might have even thought she is an actress. But nobody ever thought Angeline Montilla was studying for a Master’s Degree in Professional Accounting. Well, she studies no more because she […]
If there’s one person among our ranks who is deeply hurt by the sad incident — it is I. For four years (1981-85), I was a university recipient of the Ateneo Scholarship Fund (ASF) which is granted to students who, because of their family’s financial position have little, or nil, chance of studying at the elitist and expensive Ateneo de Manila.
In a stunning display of insensitive non-Jesuitical stupidity, the Ateneo President was seen cavorting at the Ateneo [campus] with Imelda Marcos, the other half of Martial Law’s Conjugal Dictatorship.
The Ateneo Alumni Association of Australia will hold its Annual General Meeting on Sunday, July 27, 2014 at the St. Exequiel Moreno Convent in Doonside, courtesy of Sis. Ruth Gulane, Mother Superior of the Augustinian Recollect Nuns. Address is 174 Hillend Road, Doonside.
The move is in response to globalisation MANILA, Philippines—Two of the country’s top schools—the University of the Philippines (UP) and Ateneo de Manila University—announced a change in the academic calendar, shifting the opening of classes from June to August.
There are more elderly people enrolling at the University of the Philippines. One of them is Victor Africa who has a Bachelor of Arts, a Bachelor of Laws, and a Master of Laws. After retirement from private law practice, he went back to school for another master’s degree in human movement science. He is now […]
Alumnae of St Theresa’s College in Baguio, Cebu, Manila and Quezon City gathered 19 October at Rouse Hill Community Centre for their annual reunion, their number growing with each year since they started.
Twelve yr-old Farrell Eldrian Wu, a high school freshman from the MGC New Life Christian Academy in Taguig City, made a perfect score in the 2012 Australian Mathematics Competition (AMC).
PRESIDENT Benigno Aquino III met with Australian Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd, who promised to help improve education in the country by building 5,000 classrooms next year. “I took advantage of the opportunity that he is here because talking to him is like talking to Prime Minister (Julia) Gillard of Australia. Our meeting is to further […]
It’s time to get into the “Animo La Salle” spirit! The De La Salle Alumni Association of Australia will be holding their “One La Salle Homecoming Celebration” on 29 October 2011 at 7pm at Clarion Hotel on the Park at Parramatta, NSW.