News Introducing the Filipino Institute family members... and more!

Introducing the Filipino Institute family members… and more!

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While the Filipino Institute maintains its reputation to be one of the leading Filipino educational facilities in the Middle East that offer affordable and high-quality education, it is also composed of brilliant minds. 

In its pilot vlog, the founder and president of the Filipino Institute Mr. Gabriel John Rimando introduced his in-house team in Dubai who works tirelessly. 

Get to know them more by watching the vlog below:

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