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Santhu 1 month ago

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SanthuLast Seen: 1 month 1 day agoJoined on: 02-Jul-2019Education Interest: MedicineEducation Level: Class 12

Is philippines is safe to study girls

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Gehna Chawla 10 days ago

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Gehna ChawlaLast Seen: 1 week 1 day agoJoined on: 26-Jul-2019Education Interest: Degree ProgrammesEducation Level: In Graduation

Hello,

  • Many areas in Philippines are considered unsafe and there are extremely limited career prospects for international students as local’s job requirements are very high. There is unavailability of part time jobs and most importantly, as compared to countries like Australia, UK or Canada, it does not offer high quality education.
  • Philippines is generally not a good option for average students for their higher studies.
  • However Philippines offers very good options for  specific student communities – especially for English courses and Courses as Pathway to Australia, Pilot training and MBBS/ MD/ Medical related courses.
  • Philippines is a safe country and a lovely place to visit but when you travel in any part of the world, you should be aware of your surroundings.
  • You cannot have your passports and IDs and credit cards with you all the time. Whether it is Mumbai, New York, Moscow, Mombasa, Shanghai or Sydney pick pockets can be anywhere.
  • Every year thousands of Indians are taking admission in MBBS Philippines.
  • There are social networking groups and local groups for Indian expat communities in Philippines.
  • When it comes to Philippines local Filipino people are also considered most warm, friendly, happy and helping.
  • Locals treat foreigners and especially international students with lot of warmth.
  • Most locals speak English and hence communicating with them becomes very easy. In no time, Indian student in Philippines starts feeling like home.
  • There are some locations within the country in which it is considered not so safe zone for foreigners so to know that and avoid visiting those places is a wise step.
  • Beware of strangers offering drinks or confectionery. They may be spiked.
  • Seek advice from local contacts and always leave travel plans with friends, colleagues or relatives.
  • Keep up to date with local and international developments and avoid demonstrations or large gatherings of people.

So, the conclusion is, it has advantages and disadvantages both. 

All the best

Thankyou, I hope it helped, feel free to approach for further queries. 

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Shreya Singh 1 month ago

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Shreya SinghLast Seen: 2 hours 26 min agoJoined on: 11-Jun-2017Education Interest: EngineeringEducation Level: In Graduation

Hello student,

Since Philippines does not offer many opportunities after studies and it has been perceived to be an unsafe place so we never suggested it to our students. Many areas in Philippines are considered unsafe and there are extremely limited career prospects for international students as local’s job requirements are very high. There is unavailability of part time jobs and most importantly, as compared to countries like Australia, UK or Canada, it does not offer high quality education. Philippines is generally not a good option for average students for their higher studies.

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