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JIB: Leader in training, developing students

FOR more than three decades, the Joji Ilagan International Schools (JIB) remains to be the leading educational institution for training, development and education resources. Each year, the network strives to innovate its ways in teaching while reaching international standard and qualifications.

JIB is an exclusive network of highly specialized schools in Hospitality, Tourism, Culinary and Entrepreneurship in Davao and General Santos cities and is the only school in Davao City and Mindanao where students graduate with multiple international certifications from its international education partners – American Hospitality Academy (USA), Workskills International (Australia) and Asia Pacific Institute for Events Management (UK). That means that students study in Davao City but earn qualifications that are recognized worldwide.

“The international education that students receive in JIB provides a strong and professional foundation for entering the world of hospitality, tourism, culinary and entrepreneurship,” Vice President for Education and chief executive officer of JIB International School Nicole Hao Bian said.

“To date, our graduates have successful careers in hotels, restaurants, travel agencies, cruise ships, airlines and other tourism related establishments in Davao City, Manila and Cebu and even in the international arena such as Australia, Canada, USA and Middle East to name a few,” she added.

Bian added that upon completing the JIB education program, students receive international certificates that would pave way for global career opportunities whether it is for a cultural exchange program, internship and apprenticeship and employment opportunity overseas.

JIB assured that students enrolled in their programs will learn first-hand and even outside the four corners of the classroom like what their graduating students experienced as they organized an international event this year.

JIB International Schools owns and manages the Joji Ilagan College of Business and Tourism that offers Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management, Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management and Senior High School; Institute of International Culinary and Hospitality Entrepreneurship (IChef) that offers Bachelor of Science in Culinary Management (4 years) and Senior High School; The International Management School that offers Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship; Joji Ilagan International School of Hotel and Tourism Management (General Santos City) that offers Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management, Bachelor of Science in Culinary Management, Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship and Senior High School; and Stockbridge American International School that offers early childhood programs (6 months to walking), pre-kindergarten, kindergarten and basic education.

For more information about the school, JIB can be reached via landline through (082) 227-5602; via mobile through 0921-4748320; or via website through jib.edu.ph; and via Facebook through https://www.facebook.com/jibcollege.


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