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For those who would like to know more about MBC’s Unlimited Scholarship Program and SEEDS Scholarship Program, or for inquiries on how to be a partner or beneficiary of this initiative, they may call 741-3489 for more information. They may also visit Manila Business College’s official website at www.mbc.edu.ph or its official Facebook page at www.facebook.com/manilabusinesscollege.
The Memorandum of Agreement was signed last October 15, 2012, by the representatives from both parties, the Executive Director, Ms. Sandra Camesa for SPECS Foundation, Inc. while the Senior Executive Vice President Mr. Frederick Stephen Ding and Executive Vice President Mr. Jameson Chua for the Manila Business College.
The aim of the partnership of programs is to reach out and help the many deserving young Filipinos to avail of tertiary education with quality, mold and drive them to become academically excellent students and become globally competitive individuals, hence again, the College’s battle cry “Bright Minds Deserve a Brighter Future”. With this, having partnered with S.P.E.C.S. Foundation, Inc. is another step by which MBC is able to reach a wider range of exceptional individuals whose bright futures would finally be within their reach through the gift of quality education.
MBC and SPECS Foundation, Inc. partnership’s goal is to fulfill both mission through the College’s Unlimited Scholarship Program (USP) and SEEDS (Skills Enhancement and Educational Development for Students) Scholarship Program, wherein both programs offers full tuition and/or miscellaneous fee discounts to all deserving high school graduates who reached the eligibility requirement for the scholarship.
As the Manila Business College (MBC) reached its 12th years of existence of providing quality education to many young and intelligent Filipino students, its search for public and private organizations who shares this same mission has been continuously succeeding. Just recently, MBC and S.P.E.C.S. or Spiritual Physical Educational Cultural Social Foundation, Inc., a non-government organization who provides safety and protection to children at risk, sealed a deal to both further the advocacy of reaching out more young people and give them a chance to pursue tertiary education regardless of financial or economic status.
As Manila Business College (MBC) continues its quest in producing future economic leaders and young entrepreneurs, its search for academically excellent and determined Filipino youths has reached a much larger scale of qualified individuals through the help of various partner organizations as well as several public and private entities - who share the same mission of making proper education available to all that deserves it, bringing into life the College’s mission and vision. That is why the College is proud for having just been given an “Outstanding Dignitary Award” by Superbrands, a known organization that recognizes quality brands both locally and abroad.
The Outstanding Dignitary Award is an award given to those who have done an important contribution for the goodness of the country. This honored distinction is given to organizations or people, who have performed the altruistic task of helping others and have continuously inspired others to do the same. As for MBC, its continuous offering of the Unlimited Scholarship Program (USP) and its newest initiative, the Knowledge, Experience and Income Program (KEI) which are both being currently offered to deserving young individuals all over the country became the tool by which its goal of building a better nation - through providing available quality education to potential future leaders is being fulfilled, and it’s the main reason why Superbrands decided to award the College with this honor.
Having received this outstanding award, MBC has taken another big step towards academic and socioeconomic excellence. Hopefully, this will also serve as an inspiration for the College to improve more as an institution and create as an agent of change and hope for every individual. With yet another notch in its list of accolades, MBC will nevertheless continue to strive for the best, in order to justify the true meaning of the word “outstanding”.
As the Manila Business College (MBC) Unlimited Scholarship Program (USP) is approaching its third year, its search for public and private organizations who share the same mission of providing quality education to intelligent Filipino youths has been continuously progressing. Just recently, MBC and Asilo de San Vicente de Paul, a non-government organization orphanage run by the Daughters of Charity, sealed a deal to both further the advocacy of reaching more deserving young people to pursue tertiary education regardless of financial or economic status.
The Memorandum of Agreement signing ceremony was held at Asilo de San Vicente de Paul located at UN Avenue, Paco, Manila last September 17, 2012. This event was attended by Sr. Nieva Manzano, DC, Asilo de San Vicente de Paul’s Head Administrator, with MBC Senior Executive Vice President Mr. Frederick Stephen Ding and Executive Vice President Mr. Jameson Chua representing the College.
The MBC Unlimited Scholarship Program (USP) is a program that offers full tuition and/or miscellaneous discounts to all deserving incoming high school graduates who reached the eligibility requirement for the scholarship. The program aims to find and mold driven and academically excellent students in order to become globally competitive individuals, hence the College’s tagline “Bright Minds Deserve a Brighter Future”. With this, having partner organizations such as Asilo de San Vicente de Paul is another step by which MBC is able to reach a wider range of exceptional individuals whose bright futures would finally be within their reach through the gift of quality education.
For those who would like to know more about MBC’s Unlimited Scholarship Program, or for inquiries on how to be a partner or beneficiary of this initiative, they may call 741-3489 for more information. They may also visit Manila Business College’s official website at www.mbc.edu.ph or its official Facebook page at www.facebook.com/manilabusinesscollege.
In its goal to provide quality education to deserving students, Manila Business College (MBC) has been actively searching for businesses and organizations to partner within on its KEI Program. Just recently, MBC and Uniquease Restaurant was able to seal the deal as the latter became the latest supporter of the former’s initiative to provide access to education to the youth regardless of financial or economic status.
The Memorandum of Agreement was signed personally by Ms. Yachiyo Nakamura, general manager of Uniquease, a restaurant located in Makati that serves Japanese themed dishes. Meanwhile, MBC Senior Executive Vice President Mr. Frederick Stephen Ding as well as Executive Vice President Mr. Jameson Chua represented the College. The signing was held last August 30, 2012 at the MBC Conference Room, and it was also attended by Uniquease’s first sponsored student, Ms. Rosemarie Rosete, as well as their three Japanese interns.
The MBC Knowledge, Experience, and Income (KEI) Program was designed for students who would like to study and earn at the same time. Through MBC’s partners, students would be able to support themselves financially through College while also being able to gain corporate experience. With this, MBC aims to be able to reach a much wider market of young, bright, and determined students that are willing and competent enough to find success in the program. Hopefully, with partners such as Uniquease Restaurant, MBC would become one step closer towards reaching that goal.
For those who would like to know more about MBC’s KEI Program, they may call at 741-3489 for questions or for any information on how to participate either as a partner or as a student. You may also visit Manila Business College’s official website at www.mbc.edu.ph or its official Facebook page at www.facebook.com/manilabusinesscollege
The second year campaign of Manila Business College’s Unlimited Scholarship Program for the academic year 2012-2013 has been a one big success. There were hundreds of new scholars enrolled who came from different high schools within Metro Manila and in nearby provinces, while some were endorsed by USP partner organizations.
MBC has searched all over the Philippines for bright students who will be receiving scholarship grants. From thousands of students who had taken the qualifying exam, , only a few hundreds succeed. This just goes to show how serious MBC is with its goal that bright minds deserve a bright future, and hope that this will help motivate our youth to study hard, that as long as they are bright they will not have to worry about not being able to pursue a tertiary degree.
Now going on its third year, MBC-USP is far more enthusiastic in reaching a greater number of students who are more than qualified to be a scholar, but also has the heart to pursue their tertiary education in an academic institution that is more than of a nurturer but also an inspiration.
Manila Business College believes that education must be available to everyone regardless of economic status or family background. The basis should be the intellectual capacity and not the financial incapacity. This philosophy is the foundation of this institution and its scholarship programs. We make sure that every bright Filipino youth will be given an equal chance to avail a proper tertiary education. MBC will never get tired in pursuing its vision of producing more quality graduates and discover and hone future economic leaders.
The success of this campaign will not be called a true success without the joint effort of our partner organizations and partner schools that shares the same mission of becoming an agent of giving hope to many bright Filipino youth, build bridge to opportunity of availing an education with quality, for them to take their first steps in the ladder of their dreams. This partner organizations are; DSWD, DepEd, Manila Barangay Bureau, Archdiocese of Manila, OWWA, EnFance Foundation, Hospicio de San Jose, Philippine Christian Foundation, We International, ABC Foundation, Young Focus for Education and Dev’t., Inc., HERO Foundation, Cong. Carlo Lopez, UNTV, Youth Dev’t. and Welfare Bureau, National Youth Commission, Office of the Vice President, Bureau of Fire Protection, AFPEBSO, and KRIS Library.
With its initiative of providing quality education for deserving Filipino youth regardless of economic status, Manila Business College team up with Kristiyano – Islam (KRIS) Peace Library in KRIS Library’s students a chance to finish their college education through the MBC Unlimited Scholarships Program.
KRIS Library is a non-profit, non-government organization devoted to making education more accessible to Filipino youth through its libraries, scholarship programs, and learning projects in Zamboanga City, Zamboanga Sibugay, Davao City, Rizal, and Metro Manila since 2001.
MOA was signed last May 2, 2012 by MBC Executives Mr. Frederick Stephen Ding (Senior Executive Vice President) and Mr. Jameson Chua (Executive Vice President) with KRIS Library’s Ms. AnnoraNocum (Founder) and Ms. Arizza Ann Nocum (Administrator).
The Manila Business College set a high school competition event spearheaded by VP for International and Vocational Studies Ms. Mariecor Salas-Ding last February 10, 2012 (Friday) at the MBC Auditorium entitled "MBC Battle of the Brains Inter-School Competition".
24 graduating high school students, together with their coaches from different high schools in Metro Manila participated. Students were all excited to test their knowledge in Science, English, Mathematics, History, Current Events and General Knowledge.
The program was started by a doxology, followed by the National Anthem, then Mr. Frederick Stephen Ding had his welcome remarks that indeed gave moral support to the participants, Ms. Mariecor Salas-Ding acknowledged the guests and participants, and Mr. Jesse Wilvic Jacildo gave an official introduction to the Manila Business College and Unlimited Scholarships Program.
Out of 12 schools participated, Rubie Jayne Corvera and Karen Joy Donila of Pasay City West High School stand out as they became the Grand Champions, they were awarded with a trophy, medals, cash prize, and the prestigious Chairman's Scholarship Awards (Full Tuition and Miscellaneous Fee Discount) worth Php 225,000.00!
Lakandula High School's Prince Al Ramirez and Nica Villanueva was the 1st Runner Up, awarded with a trophy, medals, cash prize, and College's Scholarship Awards (Full Tuition Fee Discount), while Bea Paulene Pelayo and Odessa Louise Mauricio of Notre Dame of Greater Manila turned out to be the 2nd Runner Up who received a trophy, medals, cash prize, and 50% Scholarship Awards (Partial Tuition Fee Discount).
Congratulations to all the students who participated, representing your school is one thing to be proud of!
The program was hosted by Prof. Winnie Manglicmot. Mr. Dean Klayford Bongat, Mr. Jesse Wilvic Jacildo, and Mr. Henry Corrales served as the arbiters.
Manila Business College, in its efforts to develop well-rounded individuals both inside and outside the classroom, recently held a business seminar geared towards its students last March 12, 2012. The seminar, entitled MBC Royal Tycoon: Economic Hero of the Future, was held at the MBC Auditorium and was conducted by Mr. Armand Bengco, author and Executive Director of Colayco Foundation for Education.
Mr. Bengco talked to the crowd of MBC students and discussed money saving tips for young students in preparation for their future. The seminar aimed to teach students to be more financially aware especially in these rough economic times. Based on student feedback, the talk was fun and interesting, and they have learned much on how they should prioritize spending and on how they should prepare for their future.
MBC intends to hold more seminars that would help prepare its students as the future economic leaders of the country. The College will be scheduling more talks in the coming months as well as in the coming academic year in its efforts to provide an even higher quality of education of its students.
Manila Business College (MBC) has just recently accomplished yet another milestone in its pursuit for academic excellence by partnering with WE International Foundation. In a memorandum signed last February 27, 2012, WE International Foundation had agreed to help promote MBC’s Unlimited Scholarship Program by providing scholarship grants to select beneficiaries of the organization. WE International Foundation is an organization that helps provide for those in need, and being able to provide deserving students with the opportunity to study for free is a big step towards achieving that goal. The partnership was signed by Mr. Jameson Chua, Executive Vice President of MBC, and Ms. Karen Cecilia Ortega, Marketing Head of MBC, while Ms. Trina Santos represented WE International Foundation.
Manila Business College (MBC) recently partnered with, and supported the advocacy of the Encourage Families in Need and Care for Education (EnFaNCE) Foundation Inc. of providing equal opportunities of quality education to all deserving Filipino youth.
The EnFaNCE Foundation is a Filipino NGO that bridges the gap between marginalized community to organizations providing health, education, social and economic services. EnFaNCE encourages self-reliance and welfare among the depressed families in Baseco and Tondo, City of Manila.
EnFaNCE and MBC, itself an advocate of free education to deserving students through both the MBC Unlimited Scholarship Program and SEEDS Program, signed the partnership last December 7, 2011 at MBC Campus. Representing EnFaNCE were EnFaNCE Executive Director Ms. Jennifer Mangeard and incoming director Mr. Baltazar Cruz, while Mr. Frederick Stephen Ding, MBC Senior Executive Vice President, and Mr. Jameson Chua, MBC Executive Vice President, represented the College in this mutually beneficial agreement.
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