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Filipino Institutes offers free education for youths across the world

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Are your kids 18 or below? Good news! The Filipino Institute in UAE is now offering online scholarship programs and opportunities for at least 50 youths across the world through ‘For The Young Juan’ initiative.

The Dubai-based institute, through the portal http://www.filipino-institute.com/for-the-young-juan/, will choose at least 50 youths wherein they can study their chosen course for FREE.

The courses range from Caregiving, Medical Coding, Sales and Marketing, Video Editing, Adobe Photoshop, Digital Marketing, Web Design, among other.

“We’ve launched the For The Young Juan since most of the students and youths are still not allowed to go back to school due to the pandemic. The online courses will somehow help them to explore their abilities while staying at home,” Filipino Institute’s Founder and President Mr. Gabriel John Rimando, noting that the 50 scholars will just for the upcoming batch.

The institute is also offering MS Excel, Arabic Language, Photography, Adobe Illustrator, Culinary Basic, Make-Up Basic, and many more.

Classes on Fridays and Saturdays are from 8am-11am, 11am-2pm, 2pm-5pm, 5pm-8pm (Dubai time).

On Sundays, classes are from 4pm-7pm, and 7pm to 10pm (Dubai time).

How to apply for scholarship:

In the portal, the aspiring scholar will be asked of his or her full name, mobile number, email address, location, first and second and last choice of course, age, date of birth, and birth place.

The chosen course will be given to the student depending on the availability of it.

The representative from the Filipino Institute will contact the chosen scholars.

Ryan Namia
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