The Philippines is a country of hills, mountains, beautiful beaches, and clearly intelligent and beautiful people. However, its lush green vegetation, fertile lands, and conspicuous volcanoes hide its rich ancient and modern history.
In the 19th century, the country welcomed some of the powerhouses from Europe. After a number of powerhouses across the world had their eyes for these beautiful landscapes, the power dynamics of the country had been shifting abruptly from one crown to another.
In the process of these powershifts, the common people of the Philippines faced continuous struggles with sustainability and growth. While the other parts of the world reported significant advancements, the Philippines was often left stranded, dripping with blood while ushering through its fair share of struggles. But its resilient socio-political demography made it a powerhouse in the making, backed by some of the most prominent leaders across the world.
However, in this transition process from being suppressed to being a dominant country in its region, the Philippines made it clear that any government, whether that be of Ferdinand Marcos—who introduced the famous Martial Law—or that of Joseph Estrada, the power that juggled from one extreme ideology to other, made it difficult for the Philippines as a whole to stand for themselves.
In the midst of all the uncertainties caused around, the common people of the Philippines had the nerve to de-throne a government out of power and form a new one that aligns with their ideology. With such complex dynamics shifting constantly, their emerged a fearless state of the Philippines ready to take on the world.
Today, Philippines stands together for its common people with the help of some prominent superpowers, fighting the country’s various power dynamics. Having said that, amid this transition period that was observed by the world, there is something very interesting to note: the Philippines had some of the best education and university system in the 20th and early 21st centuries.
Interesting, isn’t it?
Well, in this contemporary world where the Philippines already have global influence, the country houses some of the best educational institutions that are the source of transition.
Recognizing this incredible education system that is defining, redefining, and re-redefining the political and social turbulence of the country, we at The Knowledge Review ventured out to find – 10 Best Educational Institutes in the Philippines, 2022, and the Republic of the Philippines did not disappoint.
Flip through the pages of this informative edition and know the ten best education institutes present in the country. Also, scan through the articles penned down by our in-house editorial team to further enhance your knowledge about the education system in the Philippines.
- Ashlesh Khadse