LPU-Batangas and Pacific Link College – Canada signed a significant Memorandum of Agreement on October 11, 2023. This partnership opens up a range of opportunities for Lyceans and alumni interested in careers and education in the Tourism and Hospitality programs in Canada. Through the PATHWAY programs, this MOA will provide the chance for individuals to live, work, and possibly migrate to Canada. This milestone marks an important achievement for both institutions.
Being one of the most vibrant and dynamic sectors, hospitality industry offers endless opportunities for personal growth and professional development of both students and alumni. Recognizing the significance of practical experience, LPU-Batangas partnered with Pacific Link College for its academic exchange program, including but not limited to internships, upskilling and training activities to prepare Lyceans in the real-world challenges that they will face in the industry.
This partnership will open doors to various professional development opportunities for hospitality students. It will allow them to engage in practical training, internships, academic mobility among others. These opportunities will definitely enhance their skills, broaden their knowledge, and provide valuable industry exposure, ultimately improving their employability prospects.
LPU Batangas’ MOA signing is proof of their commitment to providing high-quality education for their students. By collaborating with reputable institutions from around the world, they are helping students cultivate a successful career in the dynamic field of hospitality. LPU Batangas looks forward to sending the 1st batch of students to Canada on the 2nd semester of AY 2023-2024.
Present during the MOA signing for Pacific Link College were Mr. Tarun Khullar, CEO & Founder, Mr. Isaac Oommen, Head of Programs & Relations, and Dr. Roden Mama, Country Manager.
Meanwhile, present for LPU-Batangas were Mr. Frederick Badillo, Senior Vice President & Vice President for Finance, Dr. Cecilia Pring, Vice President for Academics and Research, Dr. Maribeth G. Buenviaje, Executive Director for Strategic Communications, Linkages and International Affairs, and Dr. Ryan Mejia, Dean of the College of International Tourism, Hospitality and Management.