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Welcome Students! Welcome Learners!
Mag-aral tayo tungo sa tagumpay!

Let's start by sharing you a useful study and career guide.
Here's a free Course Guide for students and professionals like you. Simply send me an email at and you can have this right away.

Featured Blogs:

Filipino Job Seekers: Here are the Practical Tips on How to Get a (Good) Job in the Philippines – Part 1
This is a must-read blog for students, fresh graduates and all job seekers out there. Completing this 3-part blog will give you the bigger picture of finding and landing a job in the Philippines.
30 Minutes Read. Click here.

Filipinos! Here is My Free Education Advocacy that I Want You to Know
Is free education really possible? This eye-opener post may give you the neared truthful answers. Why not give it a serious read.
8 Minutes Read. Click here.

Education – What they Taught Us and What they Didn’t
Probably this is the right time to get to know deeper the system of education in the Philippines. And this blog certainly has to right information to guide you in understanding how education works for every Filipinos.
12 Minutes Read. Click here.

About Buhay Student Page:

The founder of Project Pilipinas is a learner himself. That being said, he believes that the only way to advance in this modern world is to continuously learn new things. Filipino students are therefore encouraged to maximize their time, capacity and resources available to learn at least for their own benefits. And to be able to do that, Project Pilipinas will launch a page that will cater the needs of Filipino students, both young and old, rich and poor, on their lives as a learner.

Most of the learning resources or materials here will be available for free. For example, an untapped book, a video or an article which can be found online and be accessed in a few clicks will be shared on this page. Truth is most of the learning resources are there free, but we never look for them for some reasons. Having said that, this page will introduce the reality behind FREE education – that it exists. Free education coupled with guidance or mentorship will surely help students in achieving their most coveted success, in addition to those diplomas, medals, and certificates. Project Pilipinas has invested years to search and bring together lots of learning materials for every aspiring Filipino student learner out there.

Here’s what you will be seeing on this page very soon.

  • Blogs and Articles About Education
  • Links to Useful Educational Sites
  • Links to Scholarship Programs
  • Learning Courses
  • Downloadable Books
We encourage you to also visit where you can continue your learning journey free of any fees.

Calling all students! It's about time to give education the treatment it needs.

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