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PHINMA Education began investing in the education services sector in 2004 through the acquisition of PHINMA Araullo University in Nueva Ecija. We have since expanded our presence in strategic locations with PHINMA Cagayan de Oro College, PHINMA University of Pangasinan, PHINMA University of Iloilo, Southwestern University PHINMA in Cebu City, Saint Jude College in the City of Manila, Republican College in Quezon City, and our latest acquisitions, PHINMA Rizal College of Laguna and Union College of Laguna.

In 2015, PHINMA Education Holdings Inc. (PEHI) was established as the holding company of all PHINMA Education institutions. We have a strong track record in transforming schools into competitive institutions for underserved and underserved youth. Significantly, we increased enrollment, improved the quality of education and workforce readiness of our graduates. This is evident in high licensure exam passing rates and employment rates across our schools. 

In 2019 we began to manage STMIK and STIKES Kharisma in Karawang, West Java, Indonesia, now known as Horizon Education. It is our hope that we can expand the mission of making lives better through education to more countries in Southeast Asia.


As part of our thrust to make lives better, we ensure that our programs and strategies are aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). But we do not stop at providing quality education to lift underserved youth and their families from poverty. We also use energy-saving equipment, solar power, and water recycling to keep both tuition fees and environmental costs low for our growing number of schools. 

With 17 years in the business, educating underserved youth is a challenge that PHINMA Education is ready and capable to take on.

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