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In the old days, hearing the word stem brings to mind the part of a plant that supports a leaf, a flower or a fruit. In the last few years, the word stem became associated with breakthrough  medical researches that have rocked the world, in the process stirring medical ethics controversies when scientists developed the use and destruction of human embryos and the use of umbilical cord, and bone marrow in an attempt to repair damaged body parts of the sick. We know this as stem cell research.

Today however, stem has taken on an altogether new meaning because it is an acronym for the academic disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics –  with thousands of Filipino students and professionals engaged in these academic disciplines that have the potential to broaden their horizons and help them achieve personal growth.

This October 3,  International Education Specialists (Inter-Ed) will hold a STEM Open Day at the second floor, Trafalgar Plaza, H.V. de La Costa St., Salcedo Village, Makati City that will give  participants the opportunity to discover and explore the many opportunities for professional advancement offered by foreign universities and college.

With its over three decades of experience and  partnerships with some of the world’s most respected academic institutions, Inter-Ed will pave the way to various paths for  career growth available to students and professionals in the STEM disciplines – from skilled workers migration, advanced studies, internships, and many more.

Aimed at inspiring more people to see the bigger picture, the STEM Open Day likewise  encourages achievers to maximize their potential and help them fulfill their dreams by  offering learning opportunities in leading universities in the United States, United Kingdom and Australia.

Speakers include experts and specialists led by Katie Jones, marketing officer for the international office of the prestigious British institution, Cardiff University, who will provide first-hand information on the subject. Jones will be assisted by Inter-Ed’s team in fielding questions and addressing various concerns regarding the processes for applications in any foreign schools that may be picked by the participants.


To reserve a seat (first-come, first-served basis) for the STEM Open Day, contact Inter-Ed at 819-100, [email protected] or visit its website at www.inter-ed.com.

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