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Filipino Institute unveils new location in Dubai; now resumes face-to-face class

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The Filipino Institute has two major good news for students: they’ve unveiled a new location in Dubai, and they’re resuming face-to-face classes! 

Face-to-face classes have been temporarily suspended for a couple of months due to Covid-19 but since the authorities ease movement restrictions, the Filipino Institute is all set to help overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in UAE to get back on track and pursue their dreams. 

“Mga ilang buwan na rin tayong sarado at sobrang naapektuhan tayo sa pandemic. Kahit ganun pa man, tuloy-tuloy tayo at babangon tayo para magsimula ulit,” Mr. Gabriel John Rimando, the founder and president of Filipino Institute and publisher and editor-in-chief of The Global Filipino Magazine said.

Its new location is at Office 604, 6th Floor, Al Zarooni Building, opposite of ADCB and beside Avenue Hotel near Al Rigga Metro Station Exit no. 2. 

See map here.

The training centre is open from 9am to 10pm. 

Virtual class is still ongoing. To enroll in the 4th batch, please click this link

For MBA professional virtual registration, please click this link.

Former students of the Filipino Institute who wish to get their original certificates/diploma can also go to the new location.

Prioritizing their safety amid the pandemic, the campus is giving away free designed face masks for enrollees. 

The face masks bear the slogan of the institute–‘Kaya ko’ which translates to ‘I can do it.’ 

The shirt, which also bears the same message, is sold separately and priced at AED50. When a student buys the merch, a free mask will be given as well. 

While maintaining social distance, the trainers are also required to wear face masks in face-to-face classes to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus.

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