Wednesday, February 19, 2014

As I see my students

I think everyone is the best.
Until almost everyone has decided not to be the best.
And so only a few remain.

Because it is difficult to be.


Pamela Perez said...

hi! I'm Pamela Perez 14 y.o. (Currently 3rd yr HS)I live in Los Baños, Laguna and I wanted to be an exchange student in any of the Universities in Korea. If I pass the UPCAT and i studied in UPLB, what will be the processes to be an exchange student in Korea? Some say that there are conditions like after studying there you should work in the PH only or something like that. So i wanted to learn more. How? Hope you read this message and btw, the blog's awesome... Maraming salamat po!! ^^

Anonymous said...

I do hope you get into the Ph's top unis. Otherwise, getting a scholarship abroad would prove to be a challenge.
There are usually no strings attached to Korean scholarships. You need not be locked in the Ph to work or pay bonds or other conditionalities. ANd that's what is good about K scholarships. Good grades, highly credible recommendation letters, and commendable extracurriculars are prerequisites.