Since 2004, PHINMA Education has provided quality education to underserved youth who are often the first in their families to go to college.
Students in the Philippines and Indonesia
Programs offered across the network
Passing rate for first-time board exam takers
Board exam topnotchers in the Philippines
Graduates employed within a year after graduation
Licensed professionals in the Philippines
We started with just a single school serving 5,000 students in Cabanatuan City.
Today, we are a fast-growing network of ten educational institutions serving over 95,000 students in the Philippines and Indonesia.
Horizon Education Indonesia
HEAR FROM OUR COMMUNITY
“Because of PHINMA Education, my parents’ financial burdens were lessened. I am grateful for the opportunity that PHINMA UI has given me to become one of its scholars."
is studying Criminology at PHINMA UI.
"PHINMA Ed's Hawak Kamay Scholarship is a great help for my mother and me, financially. It also taught me a lesson that changed my perspective in life."
is studying Business Administration in PHINMA UI. She is a Financial Management major
“To reach my dreams, I decided to go back to school while I was working. I did it with determination, hard work, and patience so I can finish college and gain a diploma. This is my initial step in achieving my ambition – not only for myself but also for my family and for my beloved child
is studying Business Administration at PHINMA UI. She is a Financial Management major.
is a Bachelor of Science in Education student at PHINMA COC who majors in English.
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