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Local government units (LGU) wanting to open colleges in their localities must first comply with the requirements set by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).
President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo has formally instructed the country’s higher education commission to look into reforming the “no-tuition, no exams” policy in another bid to enable the upward mobility of the youth through education.
In answer to the call of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, the heads of the State and private colleges and universities in Region 8, will not increase tuition fees this coming school year, Commission on Higher Education Chairman Emmanuel Angeles informed the local media in a press conference held at the La Rica Hotel in Tacloban City.
Commission on Higher Education Secretary Emmanuel Angeles is scheduled to meet with the heads of the various colleges and universities in Eastern Visayas yesterday in a consultative conference that would tackle the current issues in higher education.
The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) will implement standards to upgrade the performance of State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) and community colleges to fulfill their mandates.
New curriculum will replace summer classes with review courses – CHED firm on five-year program for nursing
The Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) has thrashed its own directive that set policies and guidelines for the revised nursing curriculum.
Davao City – The Commission on Higher Education â€“ Region XI (CHED-XI) recently awarded P1Million to UP-Mindanao as part of the CHED SAFE LOAN program. The SAFE LOAN (Student Assistance Fund for Education for Loan) was drawn up by CHED to provide interest-free student loans for 3rd, 4th and 5th year college students enrolled in […]
MANILA, Philippinesâ€”The Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) will look into the operations of local universities and colleges (LUCs) that have proliferated in the country but which have inadequate credentials and facilities to offer higher education courses.
In a bid to address the vulnerability of women in seafaring, the Department of Health (DOH) has recommended not only the review of national policies related to female seafarers, but also the gender content of HIV/AIDS modules used in maritime schools where they are trained.