“I believe that the core value Southville has, which best describes me is Competence. I do see myself as a very competent individual, inside and outside the school premises. I am also an extreme go-getter when it comes to opportunities,” said student achiever Coleen Natividad, remembering how Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) prepared her to become a future mover and leader of society
Natividad’s accomplishments and milestones include being an awardee in the Ten Outstanding Human Resource Students of the Philippines for 2017, a national nominee in the Search for the Jose Rizal Model Students of the Philippines for … [Read more]
April 26, 2018 –Southville International School and Colleges, in partnership with the Capital and Securities Market, held a Financial Investment Seminar at the Multi-Purpose Hall inside Tropical Campus. Featuring Mr. Lawrence Lee of Caylum Trading Institute (CTI) and Ms. Justeen Marasigan of (organization), the event enhanced the students’ understanding of the stock market and personal finance.
“The seminar helped our graduating students embrace the spirit of investment as a potential road to financial success,” said Dr. Victor Manabat, Dean of College of Business, Entrepreneurship, and Tourism.
As a top business school in the Philippines, Southville ensures that all of its … [Read more]
Recognizing how technology plays a vital role in today’s society, Southville International School and Colleges is offering two additional tracks in its BS Information Technology program starting school year 2018-2019: Artificial Intelligence and Mobile Applications.
Students majoring in Mobile Apps will learn how to design and host mobile apps good for gaming, entertainment, and productivity while students majoring in AI will tackle real-world projects such as handwriting/speech recognition and stock trading with neural networks.
“Southville IT degree holders will be equiped with the knowledge and cofidence that will help them transform an organization into a more innovative, efficient and sustainable … [Read more]
MARCH 2, 2018— in preparation for their external exhibit, the fourth-year students of Multimedia Arts presented their proposed artworks to a panel of creative practitioners at the Lecture Room of the Media Center. The exhibit’s theme, human trafficking, required the students to express their awareness on the issue through various media. The presentation included photos, illustrations, video productions, and sculptures.
The panelists were Jemimah Dumawal, Creative Lead of ASPACE Philippines and City Organizer of PechaKucha Manila; Krizia Parungao – an alumna of Southville’s College of Multimedia Arts, Batch 2012; a freelance writer and former senior associate newsletter editor for EBARAbstracting … [Read more]
March 12-13, 2018 – a 2-day seminar, held at the Air Force Museum Function Room, Col. Jesus Villamor Air Base Pasay City, served as the arena for learning the latest advancements and management on wound care. The WoundPedia Wound Care Basics team composed of: Hiske Smart, RN MSN, Elizabeth A. Ayello, PhD, RN, ACNS BC, CWON, ETN, MAPWCA, FAAN, Barbara Braden, PhD, RN, FAAN, and Greg Schultz, PhD. had as their main goal to inform healthcare professionals on how wound care should be contextualized within varied areas of complexity.
These international experts highlighted the idea that when we take things … [Read more]
Two BSN student researches were once more accepted for presentation in the 11th MDCON Research Congress held last February 23, 2018. The research studies were:
Social Media In Filpino Young Adults and their Social Ability by Tamam Abu Rayyan, Jacqui Louise Canlas, Margie Ossi, Rouie Jean Sindac, Lois Songcuan (BSN Class 2018).
The Degree of Nicotine Dependence, Autonomous Motivation and Perceived Competence among Smokers in Selected Urban Setting by Kacey Cuntapay, Katrina Francesca Dauden, Danielle Diño, Carl Ivan Reyes-Soriano, Laurice Anne Sobong (BSN Class 2018).
The designated presenters: Ms. Canlas & Ms. Abu Rayyan, Ms. Sobong & Ms. Dauden confidently … [Read more]
We had the privilege to spend the last three weeks (Feb. 19 – Mar. 7, 2018) of our clinical rotation in one of the five Joint Commission International (JCI) accredited hospitals in the Philippines, Asian Hospital and Medical Center (AHMC). We are the pioneer batch of student nurses who were allowed to have our hospital duties there – we made history in both SISC Nursing and AHMC.
The AHMC personnel gave us a very warm welcome and a great experience all through out. Dr. Nico Añonuevo, along with our clinical instructors, Mr. Aldrin Dabu, Ms. Angelica Eballar, and our preceptors … [Read more]
Viktor Frankl, a Holocaust survivor and Austrian neurologist, often quotes, “He who has a why can bear any how.” On the 13th of March, 2018, Southville held a Meet and Greet event with actress, and Psychology student, Jodi Sta. Maria. Having graduated high school from Southville’s INNOVE program in 2010, the actress later on, in 2017, started studying Psychology in Southville Colleges. Recently, she was awarded for being the top student in her entire section.
This time around, Ms. Sta. Maria did not speak as the actress we all know and love her as, but instead, as one of the … [Read more]
Committed to promote, develop and advance awareness and knowledge of capital market and entrepreneurship and their role in the development of the national economy, Southville Global Education Network hosted the 2017 SGEN Stock Market Challenge through Investagrams last October 16 to February 9, 2018. More than 70 teams of students, faculty, and staff joined the challenge to learn about the stock market and grow their own portfolio.
Below is the final ranking of the top 10 participating groups for the whole of the trading period:
The winners will be recognized on a formal event on March 9, 2018 at Southville … [Read more]
3rd year students from the Colleges of Communication and Multimedia Arts recently had the opportunity to showcase their creativity in front of respected film industry professionals last February 6, 2018 at SISC’s Media Center.
Indeed, as part of a final project for Sir Mike Manansala’s Video Production class, the 3rd year students were asked to pitch three different short film proposal in the following categories: Horror, RomanceComedy
The pressure was quite high as they were judged by 4 prominent film industry practitioners. Two of them were notable Alumni who both have successful careers in the film industry: Nicolo … [Read more]