Category Archives: Why Study in Baguio?

An open door, a one-manned educational establishment!

Keunmoon is an English school which is owned and managed by one man.  How they come up with “Your Bridge to Global Interaction” is from the name of the school itself.  With the combination of Chinese and Korean characters from the owner’s name, Keunmoon is literally translated as “Big Gate” which implies “Welcome”. With the name of the school derived,

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Your parents teach you to live, but your teachers help you to live well.  This is true at some point because teachers are the ones who develop us and realize in ourselves which path we wanted to take in facing life. If you are part of our BESA Schools, You’ll get to know that our teachers are cool. Many have been teaching

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Provides quality education for better learning and achievements.

Most teachers in BESA are well experienced in the field of teaching and are graduates of a certain course. Schools of BESA offer English classes according to their student needs. Institution like these offer classes, one on one tutoring, group classes, Business English, TOEIC and short courses. From a geographical point of view, Most schools under BESA are located a

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English Education at it’s Best

Under Baguio English Schools Association are the nationally competitive academic institutions for English learning here in Baguio City.  With more than 10 schools composing the association, each of which are outstanding in providing effective and efficient education on English language. From the management to its teaching staff and down to students, the performances and outcome embodies the schools’ vision and

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The Weather

Although there are only two seasons in the Philippines, these both are severed phenomena due to climate change. We have the dry and wet season, but it doesn’t occur to be like a problem when you choose Baguio as your learning ground. In dry season, it could be really hot especially summer but here in Baguio, you can still dodge

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