The UST Office for Admissions (OFAD) participated in the annual Career Consultation and Guidance Fair hosted by the International Education Specialists (Inter-Ed), held at the Philippine Trade Training Center in Pasay City.
For 27 years, Inter-Ed has been gathering all the best local and
foreign schools in one of the largest career exhibits in the country.
Partner academic institutions exhibit their programs to help students
gain more perspective on the various opportunities available for
them in the Philippines and abroad. The school exhibit that was held
on September 14 and 15, ushered in the first batch of almost 5,000
graduating Senior High School (SHS) students from different schools
in Metro Manila, Region 3 and 4.
Aside from UST, the University of the Philippines and Ateneo de Manila University also participated in the Guidance Fair. Foreign schools that participated in the exhibit were Macquarie University, James Cook University, the Cambridge School of Visual and Performing Arts and the Culinary Institute of America.
Thomasian talents performed in the Fair. Mr. John Saga, a voice major student from the UST Conservatory of Music, rendered song numbers to the delight of the students. The sophomore and junior students from the College of Fine Arts and Design (CFAD), showcased their talents in face and skin painting. Also assisting OFAD were the UST Yellow Jackets together with the Painting Department of CFAD.
Inter-Ed is considered the pioneer study abroad center in the country and has placed over 7,000 students in schools all over the globe. Since its founding in the 1980s, Inter-Ed has assisted more than 110 UST graduates to pursue further studies overseas. Inter-Ed links with top universities across continents, and assists students in every aspect of their application, from free visa assistance to career planning.