Managing editor Glenda M. Gloria joins 23 other journalists from all over the world who will be members of Nieman class of 2018
Active members may nominate their children or dependents if they are permanent government employees
[PRESS RELEASE] The deadline for submission of application is on March 27
Senator Sonny Angara says his bill would help bring more doctors to far-flung communities in the Philippines
ISM is searching for the next batch of Filipino Scholars for School Year 2017-18
'We have a challenge in hiring Math and Science teachers....[We need] a huge army of teachers, we'll recruit more,' says Education Secretary Leonor Briones
Undersecretary for Special Concerns Ranibai Dilangalen says there are a lot of slots to fill in the ACEF scholarship program
The grant recipient will also get a one-year mentorship with any Angkor alumnus photographer from the Philippines and have his or her work featured on Invisible Photographer Asia
Out of over a thousand potential beneficiaries for schoolyear 2015-2016, less than 50 students are covered by the Expanded Students’ Grants-in-Aid Program for Poverty Alleviation and the Tulong Dunong Scholarship Program due to implementation flaws
The program is open to Filipino citizens who must be in the first five years of their research career
Frankie Cortez is one of the few youth representatives in Pangasinan who will be watching the last presidential debate live. Will his plea be heard?
Students interested in receiving a college scholarship are invited to apply for the Aboitiz College Scholarship Program
The scholarship offers qualified 13-14-year-olds 5 years of study at the school
Despite the dark moments of 2015, there are still stories of hope thanks to ordinary people's acts of kindness
Days have passed since the scheduled announcement, but the distribution of dormitory slots to low-income students in UP Diliman remains unclear
Congratulations to CAAP's latest scholarship fellows!
Nicole Maga was once a scavenger, but with her hard work, she is set to enter UP Manila in August
An existing law gives top high school graduates scholarships in their first year in college. The proposed unified education assistance law seeks to extend the scholarships in succeeding years.
'I had only 3 notebooks and a ballpen when I enrolled,' says Shaina Jane Hugo
A prestigious education program aims to increase understanding of Australia’s neighbors in the Indo-Pacific region by supporting Australia’s best undergraduate students to study and undertake internships
On Saturday, March 28, John Eric Dagos finally graduates from college – a feat that seemed impossible a few years back
The scholarship offers qualified 13-14 year-olds 5 years of study at the school
The law mandates SUCs to admit and provide scholarship to the top 10 students in the graduating class of public high schools
Get a chance to study under a science and technology scholarship in the US
1,560 full scholarship grants for qualified public elementary and secondary teachers of Negros Occidental
After their graduation march, scholars from the De La Salle University in Manila are now working on their respective dreams
Marine conservationist Anna Oposa talks about the journey to becoming a UK-bound scholar
The application period is from 1 August to 10 September 2014 for Fellowships commencing in 2015
The COA's 2012 audit report says DAP funds that went to TESDA's Training for Work Scholarship Program were not fully utilized
Since February 2014, the Push4Science Team has been on scholarship caravans in target municipalities in the country
Some Ateneo alumni remember that the university conferred on pianist Van Cliburn a Doctor of Humane Letters degree in 1974. He was known to be close to Imelda Marcos.
The head of Ateneo de Manila University issues a public apology for having Imelda Marcos over for an alumni function
About 36,000 students various UP campuses apply for the Socialized Tuition System, 40% higher than the previous scholarship program's average application rate
The program aims to identify at least 5 scholars who can contribute to the vision of the Comprehensive Agreement on Bangsamoro
'I want people to know…that when street children are given the opportunity to develop their talents, to showcase their abilities, they shine'
Palaro standout and FEU rookie Bernadeth Pons tells athletes in this year's games: Dedication and hard work are keys to making it big
The government spends P700,000 a year per PMA cadet, but only gives each scholar under the DOH's Pinoy MD program P147,800 a year
Although people from both countries value education dearly, this value is manifested in different ways
Medical technology is among the health sciences that the Commission on Higher Education outlined in August 2013 as priority courses until 2015
The Commission on Higher Education is looking at 3 funds to tap to cover the 400,000 college scholars who used to be funded by lawmakers' pork barrel
Learn the different aspects of tertiary education in Europe this Tuesday, October 15
Three Southeast Asian students in the Philippines share tips on how to successfully apply for a scholarship
The government plans to include in its roadmap for reform in public higher education a 'generic socialized tuition fee scheme.' Will UP’s STFAP serve as a good model?
Congress ratifies the bicameral report on the expansion of science and technology scholarships and other priority bills on the last session day
It's tough getting a scholarship. Here are some tips for students to improve chances of getting one.
Quezon City scholars conduct voters' education seminars in different communities