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  • posted on November 26, 2018

Inter-Ed student Chino Victa shares his internship experience. Read and you’ll surely learn a thing or two. Hi, I am Chino Victa, a student of Enderun Colleges taking a certificate course in the Alain Ducasse program in culinary. I had my internship in …

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  • posted on October 5, 2018

Hi Ma’am Genna!! Thank you for your concern. It’s really good to be here. Thank you so much for your help!! This wouldn’t be happened without you, Mr. B, Mrs. B and also Mr. Darryll. I hope you’re having a great day. Keep up the good work as always!!   …

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  • posted on September 25, 2018

  Firstly I would like to thank everyone at Inter-Ed for everything they have done. I would like to especially thank Ms. Genna and Ms. Ana for making this process as simple and easy as possible, constantly keeping contact allowing me to feel part …

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  • posted on June 19, 2013

  I came across Inter-Ed while looking for a culinary school (At-Sunrice Academy). A reply from an inquiry to the culinary school led me to Inter-Ed (At-Sunrice suggested I have a talk with the company as Inter-Ed was their Philippine representati …

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  • posted on May 24, 2013

Inter-ed became one of my instruments in fulfilling my dreams. It was introduced at Southville Foreign University, where I took my Hospitality Management course, prior to to taking my internship abroad. There were a lot of agencies to choose from, I st …

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  • posted on November 26, 2012

I am Bea Querol, and I come from Manila, Philippines – the so-called Pearl of the Orient, right smack in the eastern portion of South East Asia, surrounded by huge bodies of water – an hour or so away from Hong Kong and about four hours to Japan. My co …

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  • posted on September 7, 2012

Dear Chef Boon. I just want to personally thank you for these past 17 months. I want to share with you one of my reasons for joining this program. You see, I come from a well-off family and my whole life, my parents spoiled me like crazy. Growing up, w …

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  • posted on June 7, 2012

Studying in Switzerland has been a really great experience for me. Aside from learning to do a lot of things on my own, I also learned how to cope to changing situations. For me, the most interesting thing is being able to meet and work with students f …

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