Higher Education in Philippines
Emilio Aguinaldo College
Emilio Aguinaldo College is a private, non-sectarian institute of education located in Manila, Philippines. It’s established in 1957. It runs under the management of the Yaman Lahi Foundation Incorporated. Emilio Aguinaldo College begins with a man who envisions the Filipino youth to be totally educated and trained through arts, sciences, and technology. That man, Dr. Paulo C. Campos, one of the very few Filipino National Scientists noted for his work on nuclear medicine, has been recognized and awarded for his numerous researches and publications. He is also credited for establishing the first and best known Radioisotope Laboratory in the Philippines, the first Research Laboratory in the Department of Medicine, University of the Philippines, and the Thyroid Clinic of the UP-PGH Medical Center. There are around 750 Indian students studying at the university.
Ninoy Aquino International Airport is 10.2 km from the university. The most famous of these modes is the public jeepney, which has been in use since the years immediately after World War II. Auto rickshaws (referred to as “tricycles” in the Philippines) and pedicabs are used for short distances.