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Filipino Institute adapts distance e-education system, online classes kick off April 3


As UAE extends e-learning for all schools and universities, the Filipino Institute announced that it will be adapting online classes as well starting April 3 for all its classes.

Adhering with the government’s rules and regulations amid coronavirus, Filipino Institute Founder and President Gabriel John Rimando said that classes will be continuous, however, the mode of education this time is through online and livestream.

“Since distant learning muna hanggang further notice, tulou-tuloy lang ang start ng class. April 3 pa rin, ma-i-extend lang yung iba pero pwede na mag start pero online classes na. Same schedule pa din tulad ng pumapasok sila sa school pero ang mode ay live stream education na,” he added.

The founder also assured that trainors will still be interactive with their students especially if they have clarifications to be made.

Enrollment for all courses are still ongoing. How to enroll online?

Step 1: Click this link:

Step 2: Choose a course

Step 3: Fill-out the form

Step 4: Pay through bank transfer or money exchange

Step 5: Email proof of payment to

Fees can be wired in the following bank account:

Bank Name: ADCB Islamic Banking
Account No.: 1150 4761 8200 01
IBAN No.: AE 970030011504761820001
CID: 11504761

Those who are going to take online courses outside the UAE can pay thru PayPal and certificates will be attested by Knowledge And Human Development Authority (KHDA) and Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.

Courses are open for anyone in the Philippines, US, Oman, Hong Kong, Singapore and Saudi Arabia, among others.

The Global Filipino Magazine is the only Filipino magazine in the UAE that prints on a monthly basis. Its goal is to champion the success of every global Filipino across the globe.

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