Southville International School and Colleges once again hosted its annual open house where high school students from different schools were invited to join and take the college entrance exam for free. Psychology Society, the in-house organization of the College of Psychology, took part in the event by setting up its black and white themed booth that showcased psychological concepts and theories, and gave a summary of the Psychology program offered in Southville International School and Colleges.
Black and White Theme – Good Feedback
Different from the previous open houses, the Psychology Society decided to use the theme black and white … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges’ (SISC) BS Nursing class of 2007 was the pioneer batch of nursing graduates from the College of Nursing. The batch was a blend of young college first coursers, transferees, and adult second coursers who all came to be part of the demand of the millennium for professional nurses all over the world. It was in 2003 when SISC, as a young growing college in the south, opened the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program envisioning to produce competent world-class nurses with a heart for service.
As SISC celebrates its Silver Anniversary this year, the … [Read more]
xSouthville brings its quality international education to Fully Booked Alabang Town Center!… [Read more]
In line with its mission to develop qualified graduates who are responsive to the needs of a highly competitive business environment, the College of Business Education and Tourism (CBET) announced the offering of a new program Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology effective School Year 2015 – 2016. The course produces a new breed of specialists known Accounting Technicians. These individuals assist the accounting professional in maintaining the financial records of clients, verifying, and processing them into various forms that would serve the purpose for which they have been prepared for.
On the importance of the role of the Accounting … [Read more]
The Junior Philippine Computer Society (JPCS_ recently held a Leadership Transformation Workshop and Elections (LTWE) at The Manila Ocean Park, Luneta, Manila. Representing the JPCS-SISC Chapter were Miguel Antonio Ventura (President), Kristine Lopez (VP for Internal Affairs), Diana Navarro (VP for External Affairs), Schenine Tan (Secretary), Joy Lingaya (4th Year Level Representative), and JPCS adviser Mr. Jun Mendoza along with the Dean of Information Technology, Ms. Lynne Abanil.
The seminar consisted of different lecture series regarding success stories of different fields of Information Technology and the possible careers in the IT industry. Among the seminar speakers were Mr. Leo Querubin, … [Read more]
The Good Citizens of STAR, Munich and Luxembourg Campuses are values formation undertaking that recognizes Grades 1 – 12 students who have shown by their words and actions that they possess the qualities and characteristics SISC hopes to instill in all its students. The monthly awards acknowledge the discipline, integrity, compassion, and responsibility of a model student. The awards are determined by conduct in school, adherence to school policies, and recommendation from subject teachers. They are designed to recognize the students who consistently exhibit the kinds of behaviors we want to see displayed in the school and in the community.… [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) will be offering BS Accountancy and BSBA Financial Accounting and Management in Academic Year 2011-2012.
These two new accounting courses are designed according to the International Accounting Education Standards to ensure that our students’ accounting skills and problem-solving capabilities are comparable with the requirements of the global workplace. As a leading institution in international education, SISC answers the global call for qualified and well-trained professional accountants in public, corporate, and governmental accounting.
For more details regarding admission, call 825-6374 or 829-1675.… [Read more]
The Outdoor Educational Program (OEP) is intended to optimize the learning of the students by making them appreciate the interconnectedness between the different subject areas and real-life experiences. The highlight of this year’s OEP are the cultural shows “Little Women” and “Sleeping Beauty” for high school and grade school respectively, tree planting and nature trips in Clark and Subic, and guided tours of the Museum of Natural History and Rizal Shrine.
Upcoming field trips include the musical play “The Princess and the Red Carp” for Preschool – Grade 2, nature trips to Mt. Makiling and Campo Trexo in Cavite for … [Read more]
Winning for the zillionth time, Abegail Arevalo, a grade five student of Southville International School and Colleges, has proven once again her golf prowess as she ranked 17th in the recent Callaway Golf Junior World Golf Championships held on July 14-17, 2009.
Abby who started playing golf at age 3 ousted around 60 participants coming from USA, United Kingdom, Canada, Mexico, Singapore, China, Japan and other Asian countries.
“Abby has brought so much pride not only to Southville International School and Colleges but to our country as well. Her diligence, passion for her sport and drive to excel are some … [Read more]
Southville-BS Tourism student Pauline Gonzales won the Filipiniana Pageant hosted by the Union of Filipino Tourism Educators and Students Congress’ at Treston International College, Bonifacio Global City last February 27, 2016.
Southville students Fritz Bautista and Andrea Alcantara also won third place in International Package Tour Competition.
The event is related to the celebration of the Union of Filipino Tourism Educators, Incorporated’s 10th Annual National Tourism Students’ Congress with the theme of “Tourism for All: Promoting Universal Accessibility.” Various events were conducted such as Poster Making Competition, Domestic and International Package Tour Competitions participated by 20 colleges and universities.
Southville … [Read more]