SPUS RESEARCH JOURNAL on GlOBAL EDUCATION is the publicaton of the St. Paul University Sytem comprising the seven higher educatonal insttutons of the Sisters of St. Paul of Chatres in the Philippines.
The Asian Institute of Maritime Studies is a merchant marine college in Pasay City, Philippines that provides highly technical learning in terms of maritime education. It is one of the top performing maritime schools in the PhilippinesView now
The Asia Pacific Journal of Maritime Education is open to the global community of scholars who aspire to have their researches published in a peer-reviewed open access and print journal. The primary criterion for publication in the Asia Pacific Journal of Maritime Education is the significance of the contribution an article makes to the body of knowledge. It is an opportunity particularly for researchers in Maritime industry and education to share their scientific materials to the global community. The efficiency and effectiveness of the editorial review process are critically dependent upon the actions of both the research authors and the reviewers.View now
The LCCM Review is an interdisciplinary and exchange publication that aims to be the channel for the creative expression of what has been thought out in the different schools of the College and BED. It also aims to serve as a cooperating channel of communication among academic scholars, faculty researchers, students and experts from the different sectors azs well as the community. It is published annually.View now
The Central Colleges of the Philippines Interdisciplinary Research Journal (CCPIRJ) is an annual publication of the Central Colleges of the Philippines.View now
HAPÁG A Journal of Interdisciplinary Theological Research
Published by St. Vincent School of Theology and Adamson University
Hapag’ (‘table’ – the Filipino locus for the exchange of food and nourishment, likewise of multiple stories, casual views or deep reflections, of differing beliefs, cultures and disciplines, all done on the spirit of sharing, acceptance and openness) is a bi-annual review of theological-pastoral research from an interdisciplinary perspective in the Philippine and Asia/Pacific contexts. It is a collaborative project of St. Vincent School of Theology and Adamson University.
John B. Lacson Colleges Foundation- Bacolod continues to promote quality education as part of its advocacy. In line with this, the institution has continued its thrust by organizing a new club, the Peer Mentoring Organization (PMO) which is envisioned to extend academic support to students with difficulties in different major or minor subjects.View now