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How Much Does it Cost to Send Your Kid to Manila's Most Expensive Pre-Schools?

Dads, get your wallets and loans ready

byAngelica Gutierrez for Esquiremag.ph |

Keen on the 'World’s Sexiest Job' that Pays $70-90K a Year in the US? Apply for a Slot in AIM’s MS in Data Science Class of 2018

Despite $26,500 cost, 14-month full-time course has attracted 45 applicants and counting

byEntrepreneur Staff |

Picked the Wrong College Course? This Guy Thinks It Should Never Happen Again

Henry Motte-Muñoz's Edukasyon.ph is a matchmaker for students and schools

byMiguel Escobar for Esquiremag.ph |

How Much Money Are College Entrance Exam Review Centers Making?

A close look at revenues and profits of MSA Group and AHEAD Learning Systems

byPauline Macaraeg |

Where Did the Richest Filipinos Go to School?

Which school produced the most billionaires and millionaires in the Philippines?

bySasha Lim Uy for Esquiremag.ph |

Which University Produced the Biggest Number of Philippine Senators?

UP is extra prolific when it comes to putting people in the Senate

bySasha Lim Uy for Esquiremag.ph |

You Don’t Have to Be a Tech Major to Create a Successful PH Startup

Less than a third of startup founders studied IT or engineering but almost half majored in business...

byLorenzo Kyle Subido |

How STI's Stock Price Surge Landed Eusebio Tanco in Forbes 2017 PH Rich List

The owner of IT education pioneer is the only new face in the magazine’s Philippines 50...

byLorenzo Kyle Subido |

Top Executives’ Grad Schools: Men Are From AIM, Women From UP, DLSU

Only a handful of female directors in the biggest listed PH went to graduate school

byPauline Macaraeg |

Which State Universities Have the Highest Passing Rates in Licensure Exams?

Do schools that have more budget perform better in board exams?

byPauline Macaraeg |

Which State University Students are the Biggest Beneficiaries of the Free Tuition Act?

On average, students can save Php3,474 a semester but some could save as much as Php15k

byPauline Macaraeg |

How This Filipino Farmer's Son Made it to Harvard

Before heading to college, Romnick Blanco is dedicating a year to inspire other farmers' children

byAlicia Colby Sy for TownandCountry.ph |