FOR Nigel Dondo, a 19-year-old aircraft maintenance technology student in Indiana Aerospace University in Cebu, studying overseas is a big opportunity which he describes as a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
“I used to find myself dreaming of studying abroad and explore what the world could offer,” Dondo said.
“Time flies fast. My first year in university here in Cebu has gone by so quickly. When I came here and started my journey, a lot of things changed. I was afraid that I will end up alone and I could only hope for better things. But when you stay optimistic, you’ll find yourself enjoying your new school environment and your new home,” he said.
Dondo completed Grade 12 at De La Salle Secondary School in Bomana and took the opportunity of studying in the Philippines through the education placement services of Paradise International Education Consultancy (PIEC).
Another student Francesco Rai, a first year mechanical engineering student in the University of Southern Philippines Foundation (USPF) in Cebu said everyone deserved to be educated and there was no such thing as failure.
“Failure is for those students who are giving up on education. But there is no place for giving up. We are lucky to have been given a chance for foreign education. We look forward to make our family and country proud,” Rai said. Interested students who wish to study in the Philippines can enroll for the November intake.
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