(All students of Southville schools)
(All students of Southville schools)
It is the distinct student body that makes Southville International School and Colleges a great place to study. Our differences and our similarities make for a rich experience, both inside and out of the classroom. Southville students come from nearly 50 countries throughout the world bringing with them a broad range of geographic, ethnic, cultural, religious and economic backgrounds.
Sung Won showed impeccable defense throughout the game. Taking on his role as captain to heart, he exhibited great leadership as he built up his teammates and never showed signs of letting down. The game ended with Southville and Southridge scoring two goals apiece. This is a great boost for our school since this has been the best finish we have had against Southridge, thus far. Go Monarchs!
Among the educational institution pillars are research and community extension that encompasses outreach and other services that are geared towards community development. The Institutional Publications, Research, Outreach, and Development (IPROD) Center is in charge of three related institutional offices namely (1) research and development,(2) publications, documentation and communication, and (3) outreach and community extension. Two of the pillars of educational institutions are community extension (Outreach) and research and development in which the IPROD is mainly involved.
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The College Division of Southville offers a Philippine Diploman with an integration of international certificates such as Microsoft for BS Information Technology, Amadeus for BS Tourism and Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC).
Universities recognize the outstanding qualities of I.B. Diploma Program students. Typically, diploma holders are ready to debate real-world issues from an international perspective and to provide leadership and support in the local and global community. They demonstrate a capacity for in-depth study while maintaining a broad perspective of the different subject areas. They are able to ask challenging questions but also know how to research a topic and express their opinion. They have a strong sense of their own culture and identity as well as their place in the world. They are global citizens.
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Good evening, I’m Kristofer Carandang graduate of batch 2011. Currently working as a staff nurse at St Luke’s Medical Center – Global City, assigned at the stem cell unit and also been part of the oncology and neuroscience unit. I have been working there for almost half a year. I’d say it’s both a privilege and a great responsibility working at such a new hospital known as one of the world’s best. Trying to learn as much as I can, gaining experience, at the same time also trying to boost the name of our … [Read more]
The Masters in Business Administration Program is a full 2.5 year program for Business graduates and working professionals who are in search of means to help accelerate their career development or to establish strong positions in their career paths.
Through the use of innovative learning techniques backed up by the experience and knowledge of recognized mentors and industry practitioners, the MBA Program fuses rigorous academics with meaningful business experience, creating a synergy that will define the students’ time inside and outside of the classroom.
Teaching methodology in the program will seek to maximize learning through academic work, industry immersion and … [Read more]
The progress of a nation largely depends on its manpower. It is therefore the responsibility of the government to provide relevant education and training to the people to ensure that they are properly trained to do what is expected of them to alleviate the national status of the country specifically in terms of economy.
As a concerned educational institution, Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) recognized the need for private schools to work alongside the government in terms of providing necessary education and training to the youth who will become the vanguards … [Read more]