Who said senior high and your HUMSS life will be boring?
There are so many deciding factors when choosing the right school.
There’s scholarship, facilities, and campus cuties!
But for some, schools should also be instagrammable because you know, #SchoolPride!
- De La Salle – College of St. Benilde
De La Salle – College of St. Benilde has been a haven for artists and those who want to specialize in various creative disciplines. According to their website, La Salle – CSB “is one big playground for creative minds and a venue that stimulates students to think out of the box, shift perspectives, and innovate ideas.”
- Centro Escolar University
Centro Escolar University has produced notable alumni in the field of mass communication such as singer Erik Santos, reporter Carla Lim, among others. CEU also offers the Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS) strand and college courses on journalism, broadcast, and performing arts.
- College of the Holy Spirit Manila
Located in the historic Mendiola street and neigbors with CEU, College of the Holy Spirit Manila has produced prominent people in the mass media industry such as TV network road manager Cristina Ferrer, fasion designer Josie Natori, journalist Sheila Coronel, and publisher Eugenia Apostol.
- Far Eastern University
With its art deco structures, Far Eastern University was gained the Asia Pacific Heritage Award for Cultural Heritage bestowed by he United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The buildings in the Manila campus is designed by National Artist Architect Pablo S. Antonio Sr. in the 1940s to the 1950s. The FEU chapel also houses murals from National Artist Botong Francisco.
- La Consolacion College Manila
Another neighbor of CEU and the Holy Spirit in Mendiola is the campus of La Consolacion College in Manila. Despite the centuries-old buildings since 1910, La Consolacion has all the facilities that can cater students who are interested in the mass communication and media arts.
- Lyceum of the Philippines
Confined within the walls of the historic city of Intramuros, the tower of Lyceum of the Philippines or simply LPU has been a defining feature of the old district. The university is also famous for its Mabini Hall in which busts of revered Philippine historical figures sculpted by the National Artist Guillermo Tolentino are exhibited. The school has been a premier university for those who are interested in pursuing careers in international relations and communication arts.
- San Beda College
As old as its neighboring schools in the university belt, San Beda College was established in 1901 by the monks of the Benedictine Order to “defend the Catholic battlements in the field of education.” The buildings of San Beda presents a Neo-Gothic style of architecture and the college also houses the Abbey of Our Lady of Montserrat.
- St. Scholastica’s College
More popularly known as St. Scho., St. Scholastica’s College has been in the map for 100 years. However, its school buildings was destroyed by World War II and it took nine years for the campus to be rehabilitated to its present architecture. St. Scholastica has a roster of notable alumni ranging from a Philippine President to a Miss Universe.
- SoFA Design Institute
SoFA Design Institute is definitely one for the books! This institution has described their education teaching as “a rigorous, design-focused approach to education promoting creativity, technical proficiency, and business acumen.” The school ensures to promote design as positive societal and economic force in the country.
- University of Asia and the Pacific
A school that was once a think tank for research and economic management, University of Asia and the Pacific offers various programs through its mix of liberal education and professional specialization. Degree programs in this university includes Humanities; Integrated Marketing Communications; Media and Entertainment Management; and Communications.
Interested in going to these schools? Well, you don’t have to stress yourself in physically visiting them just to inquire. Go to www.edukasyon.ph and search for their name. You can inquire or apply online directly to these schools for FREE.