Practical ba sa isang Pinoy immigrant sa first world country na mag-aral ng college sa Pilipinas?

jeganrrjeganrr Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
Practical ba or mas practical ba sa isang Pinoy immigrant sa first world country na na mag-aral ng college sa Pilipinas dahil mas mura ang tuition fee doon?Tanong ko lang.

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  • justj_justj_ PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    edited February 3
    oo naman bakit hindi. 

    offt noong nagaaral pa ako marami ng foreign students dito sa pinas..iranians, indians.
    mas pansin ko yung mga foreigners na kumukuha ng medicine kasi naka white uniform sila 

    ngayon halohalo na,,chinese, koreans,whites. ....
  • mcgirl04mcgirl04 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    If it’s med school, yes, it’s much cheaper to go to school in the Philippines.  However, they would have to go to a top school like UP or UST.
  • pong_padourpong_padour Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    I think it's more practical and economical on a parent's standpoint.
  • panis_na_putopanis_na_puto Member PExer
    Para sa akin ay HINDI. Bakit hindi. kasi dito sa amin mahalaga ang PINAGSASABAY ang pag-aaral at pagtrabajo. 'Di uso rito ang "fresh graduate" na WALANG ALAM bago maghahanap ng trabajo. WORK EXPERIENCE ay mahalaga rito sa amin.
  • nikkilovenikkilove Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    depends on the course, medical/health care related they wont care what school youre from....of course, nagkakatalo sa boards ng bansang yun....like you still need to pass the US boards....but given youve passed, it wont matter....i myself would discover schools in the philippines that ive never heard before, but their graduates are here (in the US).

    its harder for courses with no board exams, coz thats subjective and under the discretion of employers, hiring staff.
  • oreoshirleyoreoshirley Member PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    Para sa akin ay HINDI. Bakit hindi. kasi dito sa amin mahalaga ang PINAGSASABAY ang pag-aaral at pagtrabajo. 'Di uso rito ang "fresh graduate" na WALANG ALAM bago maghahanap ng trabajo. WORK EXPERIENCE ay mahalaga rito sa amin.
    foreign students holding a student visa are not allowed to work in any host country even if they like to work.  you are sent by your parents to a foreign country to study
  • CelynneCelynne Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    edited February 6
    nikkilove said:
    depends on the course, medical/health care related they wont care what school youre from....of course, nagkakatalo sa boards ng bansang yun....like you still need to pass the US boards....but given youve passed, it wont matter....i myself would discover schools in the philippines that ive never heard before, but their graduates are here (in the US).

    its harder for courses with no board exams, coz thats subjective and under the discretion of employers, hiring staff.
    mcgirl04 said:
    If it’s med school, yes, it’s much cheaper to go to school in the Philippines.  However, they would have to go to a top school like UP or UST.
    I know someone who wanted to go to UP med (preparatory course in Cornell U) but missed/came to the Phil. too late for the entrance  and went to UERM.
  • Kent_210Kent_210 Member PEx Guru ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
    edited February 6
    Kung nasa Amerika yung immigrant, practical ito. May murang kolehiyo din sa US pero eto yung mga mga community college at ang kaledad nito ay hindi nalalayo sa kaledad sa mga unibersidad sa Pinas.

    Pero if you live in Europe, Australia, NZ and Canada, dun ka na lang kasi either free ay subsidized ang tuition fee pero depende sa resident status at household income level ito.
  • KenClarkKenClark Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Public higher education is free in Germany and in some socialist-lite countries like Sweden, Denmark, France and Norway.  So, if you're in the European Union, it's idiocy to go to the sh1thole called Philippines.  But if you're in the USA, it's understandable since American HEIs are super commercialized just like DLSU and ADMU. Until the democrats win the White House and implement Bernie Sander's FREE STATE COLLEGE EDUCATION, it's not smart to avail of a student loan debt.  
  • panis_na_putopanis_na_puto Member PExer
    Para sa akin ay HINDI. Bakit hindi. kasi dito sa amin mahalaga ang PINAGSASABAY ang pag-aaral at pagtrabajo. 'Di uso rito ang "fresh graduate" na WALANG ALAM bago maghahanap ng trabajo. WORK EXPERIENCE ay mahalaga rito sa amin.
    foreign students holding a student visa are not allowed to work in any host country even if they like to work.  you are sent by your parents to a foreign country to study
    Tumpak! E di mas lalong HINDI MABUTI ang mag-aral sa Pinas dahil NAKATAPOS KA NANG WALANG WORK EXPERIENCE!!!

    Walang kuwenta rito sa amin ang may natapos na walang work experience!
  • pong_padourpong_padour Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    ^ How can those kids study and at the same time apply for work if most companies look for a candidate with already a few years of work experience? Iba ba yan sa OJT tang?
    Dito mga OJT namin may sahod na like a regular employee din, wala nga lang perks & benefits. Sa Pinas, especially sa medical field may iba raw na ang estudyante pa ang nagbabayad sa ospital para sa OJT. LOL


  • pusang_miyawpusang_miyaw ask.fm/pusangmiyaw PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Para sa akin ay HINDI. Bakit hindi. kasi dito sa amin mahalaga ang PINAGSASABAY ang pag-aaral at pagtrabajo. 'Di uso rito ang "fresh graduate" na WALANG ALAM bago maghahanap ng trabajo. WORK EXPERIENCE ay mahalaga rito sa amin.
    foreign students holding a student visa are not allowed to work in any host country even if they like to work.  you are sent by your parents to a foreign country to study
    Maybe it depends kung saang bansa. I was an international student and we were allowed to work for a limited number of hours. 
  • Kent_210Kent_210 Member PEx Guru ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
    Most of the top US universities, they charge between $40,000 - $60,000 full priced tuition fee per year. But if you're a citizen /green card holder, it can be somewhere between $20,000 - $25,000 with all the in-state tuition, financial aids etc...

    If my kids couldn't get a scholarships in these top US universities, the most economical way for me is to send them to our local state universities like UofA (world rank = 159th) or ASU (world rank = 123rd), with an average yearly tuition of $8000 to $15000. Still way better than PH's best universities i.e UP which is ranked 500+. But I still believe that students in PH best universities are way smarter than students from US 3rd tier universities, they are normally average students. 
  • panis_na_putopanis_na_puto Member PExer
    ^ How can those kids study and at the same time apply for work if most companies look for a candidate with already a few years of work experience? Iba ba yan sa OJT tang?
    Dito mga OJT namin may sahod na like a regular employee din, wala nga lang perks & benefits. Sa Pinas, especially sa medical field may iba raw na ang estudyante pa ang nagbabayad sa ospital para sa OJT. LOL


    Ang mga kumpanya ay may APPRENTICESHIP program. Malaki ang binibigay na government subsidy sa programang ito. Siempre ang isang apprentice ay nakatatanggap ng sahod na naaayon sa minimum wage law.
  • art727art727 Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Karamihan ng mga doctor na nagtapos sa Pilipinas ay hindi makakuha ng kanilang mga lisensiya sa medisina dahil sa mahigpit na pamantayan ng AMA (American Medical Association).Hindi katulad noon mga sampung dekadang nakaraan, na kung kahit anong unibersidad ka nagtaposn sa Pinas ay puwede kang kumuha ng Medical Board Exams puwede pero hindi na ngayon.Isang naging magandang  halimbawa ay sa pinagtrabahuhan ko may isa akong nakilala na pilipinp (doctor pala!) ang tagalinis duon sa surgical room ng aming ospital..(isa siyang dentista).
      Meron pa akong dalawang nakilala na magasawa..at parehong duon nagtatrabaho sa aming payroll bilang cashier..at nagulat ako ng sabihin sa  akin na LAST DAY na nila duon at dahil madalas ko silang mag asawang kausap, binigyan ako ng Calling card at ng tignan ko ang nakalagay ay DDS at address ng kanilang clinic na mag asawa..Inabot daw silang mag asawa ng dalawang taon para makumpleto ang kanilang kulang sa academics requirements..kaya mahirap sa Pinas..

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