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As the first ISO-certified educational institution in the Visayas and Mindanao, as well as being a Level III accredited school by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges & Universities (PAASCU), St. Paul University Dumaguete is sending more of its students for their practicum and on- job-trainings abroad. {{more}}

Last year, eight HRM and Business students left for the US for their training program. Five other HRM students went to Singapore for their their OJT.

In 2008, St. Paul sent five HRM students to the US, while the College of Arts & Education also sent their students to Thailand for their practice teaching. In 2007, 15 students taking up BS Hotel & Restaurant, BS Management Accounting, and BS Management Marketing went to the states of Arizona, Ohio, Florida, Utah, and Wisconsin for their training.

Meanwhile, the SPUD College of Nursing continues to maintain its reputation as one the top performing nursing schools in the country with its consistent 100 percent passing rate in the nursing board examinations. Its graduating students get their training from partner hospitals in Negros Oriental, and Perpetual Succour Hospital in Cebu. Perpetual Succour, like St. Paul University, is under the management of the SPC Sisters.

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