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Testimonials of BSBA in Human Resource Development Management Graduates from the Philippines

N. D.
◈ Studied BSBA in Human Resource Development Management
◈ At Polytechnic University Of The Philippines In Quezon City
◈ Graduated 2013

list bulletWhy did I choose BSBA-HR: Since High School, I dream to interview applicants or to be part of conducting training to the employees. And studying Human Resources have different channels of opportunity (Like being part of recruitment, admin, training, compensation and benefits and any other related field related to HR) that can help me to land a job.

list bulletAbout my college education: I learned a lot of things with the course I take but there is one thing that struck me the most is learning the principles of the business organization, conducting training, labor laws and Organizational development that really helps me to do my current role in one of a social enterprise company here in the Philippines as a trainer.

I admit that not all subjects are easy as counting 1,2,3. I really had a hard time in studying Income Taxation, Business Finance and Logic (I know, you are surprised), not because of the subject matter but I think, the professors have their different approach in teaching the subject that sometimes makes the subject harder. But from there, there is one thing that the professors teach me, and it's all about being prepared and confident about yourself.

The most useful thing I learned, when we study the Training and Development Subject that helps me today in organizing and conducting training, making training modules and guidelines, and pre-training needs like doing training analysis.

Passing the exam? Yes, it is not difficult to pass the exams, but it depends upon your subject interest, but if you are not doing well and you don't like the subject, do not use it as an excuse! That is already your opportunity to prove that you are smart and hardworking student. Students fail the exam because they do not study well their lessons (Period), don't forget to apply the cause and effect principle when it comes to exam results.

Traits and Attitude to finish the course, here's the ingredients for your success!
8 Packs of Hardwork and Smartwork/ 1 pack per semester
8 Pieces of confidence/ don't be shy! It will help you to land a job easy
8 liters of Patience, I know it will be a long journey but never give up on what you will going to start, you will cultivate all of the good things after you graduate ;).
8 teaspoon of Bravery, too much is bad that will turn you mad and wild, A teaspoon of bravery is enough. It will help you to build confidence to face the challenges in your studies.
8 gallons of Integrity, Rule of thumb - cheating is good for you today but it will not help you to learn and to prepare yourself in the future. I admit, I cheat before I think once or twice but I learned from it. Don't let yourself harvest spoiled fruit at the end.
8 cups of stewardship, use your brain! it is a gift from God, so don't use it for useless things like playing games during class, or have a chit-chat with your seatmate. There is always a time and place for everything.
8 spoons of humility or humbleness/ there is I in Pride, not all people will like that! Letting your pride high will just contain you to learn more. If you don't know, ask someone that is good to the subject matter you HATE. Not all your classmate will help you but someone in the class or in the school will help you with the subject. Always remember that successful people always drink a dosage of humbleness and a swallow bars of pride.
Millions of Pieces of Faith, Have faith to our Creator, you know He have a plan for you why you choose that course or why you had a hard time in some of the subjects. Don't give up, don't jump to one course to another, He can't help you to establish yourself and prepare you in the future. Finish what you started and God is always there to help you to finish your training.

list bulletMy current job: Retail Training Associate is responsible for:
Create training modules aligned with the current process and operations furnished by Merchandising operations Department and training needs.
Conduct training to new hired merchandisers in preparation to their operational needs
Conduct up-skills training (product, sales training) to the merchandisers for performance and sales improvement
Monitor real time performance monitoring for coaching and evaluation
Create training and evaluation reports of the merchandisers

list bulletAm I using what I learned in college: Not all of the subjects I learned are relevant to my current role. The things I learned in college that is very useful is about organizing training, doing training needs analysis, organizational development, and maybe some of accounting principles because training is also equal to the expense to the company so I also make reports about the expenditures while doing a certain training.

list bulletHow long did it take to find a job: I never had a hard time to land a job after graduation since I follow the advice of one of my professors that on our Final On the job Training, it must our prospected company. After Graduation, that was May of 2013, I continue my internship. After a month, my HR Manager told me to process my requirements and gave me the JO.

list bulletDo I recommend studying BSBA-HR: Yes! Since BSBA major in Human Resources has a lot of career opportunities in Business World, you can be a part of admin team, training team, recruitment team, payroll team, or may finance/accounting team.

For fresh graduates, depending on what role you have, you can earn as much as P15,000 - P18,000 a month.

For more experience employee - they can earn P18,000 - P40,000
(positions - HR Officer, Recruitment Officer, Admin Officer, Supervisor, HR Manager, Training Manger, Recruitment Manager, HR Head)

list bulletAdvice to people who are thinking of studying this course: Ensure you have deep interest in business organization, talking to other people, and ensure you have a strong personality but a mixture of humbleness and more importantly ensure that you really want the course, it is a big factor to consider in taking up the program. If you don't have any choice and BSBA is your last resort, think about it, I know you want to take up IT or Accountancy or Engineering and the slots are full : (but I will tell you, Human Resources in all companies ROCK! I know it myself because I am working in Human Resources Department. There will be a time you will fall in love with the course and embrace it. But if you really don't like it from the heart and mind and considering the course, you are wasting your time.
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V. G.
◈ Studied Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management (slightly different course)
◈ At Ateneo De Davao University
◈ Graduated 2013

list bulletAbout my college education: My education really molded me through the three-pronged thrusts of the school namely, academic excellence, spiritual maturity and social involvement. It gave me a wide avenue to acquire relevant knowledge that is essential to my field. Moreover, it helped me strengthen my faith to the Almighty. And lastly, it provided me an eye-opener as to how I can make a positive impact to the society.

To be successful and prolific in the field of Human Resource Management, you have to be People-Oriented, Team Player, Dynamic Leader, Resourcefully Creative and Reasonably Fair and Just. For the past few years, I have been affiliated with a number of clubs and organizations that furthered my skills and understanding of what an effective and efficient HR practitioner should be. Additionally, it gave me an opportunity to drive out positive changes in the community and at the same time, it provided me diverse avenues to acquire new skills that are beneficial for my personal growth and enrichment. Moreover, it allowed me to exercise my leadership skills and people-oriented competencies which I believe to be essential to be successful in the said field.

list bulletMy current job: None. I am still complying the requirements for a supervisory position in a certain company for me to be able to work in the first week of April 2013.

list bulletAm I using what I learned in college: Yes the pieces of learning I acquired from the university are really practical and essential. I can clearly envision that I would be able to apply all those things to my future career. Basically, as an HR graduate, I would definitely use my core competencies such as People-Oriented Skills, Dynamic Leadership Ability, Excellent Communication Capacity, Resourceful Creativity and my clear attention to detail.

list bulletHow long did it take to find a job: It took me 2 weeks to look for a job. Without any boastful intentions, it didn't take me so much time to find a career because the school conducted a job fair for the soon-to-be-graduates and, of course, for the alumni of the university who are not yet employed.

list bulletDo I recommend studying : I would be very proud to recommend this course to everyone because it is really a field where you will get to socialize with people. Additionally, this field would not just give you the opportunity to contribute something for the people but instead, you can also learn from these diverse individuals equipped with various and diversified personalities.
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P. R.
◈ Studied BSBA in Human Resource Development Management
◈ At Polytechnic University Of The Philippines
◈ Graduated 2013

list bulletWhy did I choose BSBA-HR: I was a late enrollee that time. Despite getting a high entrance exam result, I was left with very few choices. I was really aiming for an Hotel and Restaurant Course, but decided to take Business Administration Major in HRDM instead since that's the only one left that had anything to do with Entrepreneurship. Since I grew up in a family where my father, aunts and other far relatives do business, I developed my interest to take the same career.

list bulletAbout my college education: Studying HRDM was like Sakuragi who was dragged in the basketball team because of Haruko who just caught her attention but ended up loving the game. As an HR Student, I was not a big fan of Payroll/Benefits topics that we held on class. After making several tries and OJTs I found my niche to be in recruitment, training and development, and more of behavioral science. I love studying people, although I may not look so friendly, but it is my nature to ask why a person do such and such and it gives me wonders to find the reasons why. The subjects I loved the most that I took up in PUP are: Behavioral Science, CSR, Sociology, Psychology, Marketing, Training and Development, Business Seminars, and Organization Development. I know my professors were not on the same, but the subject and ideas themselves were enough to entice me in learning more and apply them in daily life.

I think, in order to become a successful Human Resource Personnel, nothing beats the passion to influence and contribute to your workplace. It's an office job after all and the first days, the first pays, the first tasks would seem too exciting but those are just the start. You may stay working for a year, 5 years, or maybe even a decade. Who knows? And we all know that we have been to that point of liking something yet having the chance to receive it again and again decreases our affection and soon enough we'll begin to lose interest. That's why, If you want to become successful, just look for that sense of purpose. It's a powerful driving force that do wonders all the time. If you know why you're there, there is no reason to be lazy, to be tardy or to get bored. Anyone who knows where he's going, takes all the chances to take a step forward leaving themselves no room for being unproductive.

list bulletMy current job: I am pursuing my career as a writer (which I did not let myself to have when I started my college years) and my knowledge about business, people, and other things I learned, I turn them into stories. Stories that I hope would impact and give perspective to the readers about a different career, belief, or lifestyle. I am currently writing a book after finally deciding to quit from my job as a Call Center Agent. I know I will write someday, and if it will happen, it's better to do it now than just to waste time. I am doing freelance jobs online advertising etc. As a source of my income and planning to go back to my business that I had when I was still in college. As long any of these won't affect my time in writing, I will continue to find many more opportunities to learn specially in stock market and bonds. Since the economy is growing, I'm starting to look for ways to get involved.

list bulletAm I using what I learned in college: I have to be honest, that not all I learned in college were applicable on my job as a call center agent before. However, when it comes to my writing, I can say yes. It gave me a lot of ideas to write about especially human behavior and entrepreneurship. I think what they thought us are the fundamentals or the theories, and it is our job to find their uses on our daily lives/jobs. Like CSR- Corporate Social Responsibility, I don't have to wait for the company to conduct such events in order to participate, by following the rules and not littering are simple tasks to help the environment. On my subject Organizational Development, I learned how an OD Practitioner intervenes into a workplace to provide peace and productivity but a simple employee like me can do that to. Although the power or authority is different, as long as I am a part of the organization, I can help to participate in reducing conflicts and promote teamwork.

list bulletHow long did it take to find a job: Around a month after May 10, 2013 (our graduation day).

list bulletDo I recommend studying BSBA-HR: I would recommend HR for employment opportunities because there is a high demand for it. Any company, as long as there is an employee will be needing someone to work under HR. For the salary level, I think it depends if you'll work in the government or private offices. If you love the job to make you stay longer and qualified enough to become a supervisor or manager, then of course the salary is high but for fresh graduates, it's usually just around average. When it comes to the question if it is fulfilling, that I can't say yes or no. I haven't worked as an HR although I have practiced it already. But if you're just there to check your list of finding a job, you have your salary every 15th and 30th, and more than that you have no other sense of purpose, I think one day it will come a time that you'll just get so used to it, and you'll find dragging yourself to work. I know it cause majority of the people I know do. Yet, there will be an exception to the rule, and that's if it's your passion or you support the core values of your company. That's when you'll be fulfilling no matter how much you earn or how tired you are.

list bulletAdvice to people who are thinking of studying this course: Business Administration is safe (on my point of view) because it can land you to so many kinds of job. So if you're considering taking this same course and same major, what I can only tell you is that make sure to ask yourself if you won't regret it in the future. There are times that we need to learn from other people's experiences, and there will be times that we have to do it on our own. We are all free to make decisions, but we also have to be ready to any of it's consequences. Just be responsible.
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Q. A.
◈ Studied BSBA in Human Resource Development Management
◈ At De La Salle-college Of Saint Benilde
◈ Graduated 2013

list bulletWhy did I choose BSBA-HR: I chose this course because it is somehow related to the course that I really want which is Psychology. And as a Benildean Scholar I grab this opportunity even though I really don't want this course.

list bulletAbout my college education: Studying Human Resource Management requires hard work and patience. It involves a lot of reading, researching, and paper works which I find boring and difficult at first but since I need it, I made these things enjoying. I will be handling people with different personalities and attitudes so I better develop good interpersonal skills.

list bulletMy current job: I'm currently working as an HR practitioner. I'm just handling different types of people; it can be an individual or a group.

list bulletAm I using what I learned in college: Yes. I am now applying the lessons I earned when I am still studying especially on how to handle people with different personalities and family background. I exactly used the hospitality, skills, ability and experiences I got when I am still studying. OJT was a big help for me.

list bulletHow long did it take to find a job: Not that long. It's just a matter of patience and handwork, of course.

list bulletDo I recommend studying BSBA-HR: Yes. Almost all of the company has HR Department so finding where you want to work is easy. It’s just that you need to have the required competencies and experience to fit for the job. And also HR majors have the edge when you apply for HR jobs rather than to Psychology majors or other related courses so I assure you there are a lot of employment opportunities when you finished this course.

The salary level is fair enough to support your living but it would depend on where you will work.

list bulletAdvice to people who are thinking of studying this course: Do your research about the said course and then decide if you have what it takes to be a HR practitioner. It is important that you know and you love what you are doing in order for you to succeed.
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B. J.
◈ Studied BSBA in Human Resource Development Management
◈ At Rizal Technological University
◈ Graduated 2017

list bulletWhy did I choose BSBA-HR: I chose this course because there is a lot of opportunities outside the corporate world. Others say only Psychology grads can only be in HR, also us business admin graduates can.

list bulletAbout my college education: We were the pioneering graduates of Human Resource Dev. Mgt in RTU.
The curriculum given to us was mainly focused on management subjects connected to HR which were really beneficial to us.

My favorite part of my college life when I was 4th yr. This is the most crucial one, all the necessary things needed to be done simultaneously. Like, thesis (lots of revision to be consider), subject in our HRIS (creating a system with my group mates), case study/analysis, projects in other subjects, conducting seminar, and many to mention. I know all these things would be paid off after graduation.

I learned to prioritize things and meeting up the deadline especially to our thesis / major subjects. I also have a subject, I think it's TQM, where we create an activity after/before the reporting interconnected to the subtopic being assigned. I must say it was fun and engaging.

list bulletMy current job: HR Assistant

list bulletHow long did it take to find a job: Less than a month

list bulletAdvice to people who are thinking of studying this course: If you'll pursue this course, you should not be a shy type person.
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R. A.
◈ Studied BSBA in Human Resource Development Management
◈ At Catanduanes State University - Virac
◈ Graduated 2014

list bulletWhy did I choose BSBA-HR: Since my passion is socializing, I thought it would be better for me to take my HR, since being an HR is managing both the employee and the company.

list bulletAbout my college education: When I was in college, we were taught on how to hire applicants, making case studies, and all HR duties should do.

list bulletMy current job: HR Personnel

list bulletAm I using what I learned in college: Now that I am working, it is really a great help what we learned during my college years, because it was really my source on how to make the duties of an HR.

list bulletHow long did it take to find a job: 2 months vacation, then right after that 1 month of searching for a job.

list bulletDo I recommend studying BSBA-HR: There are many opportunities out there for an HR graduate, in the sense that we can work not only being an HR, but any kind of job that has a background in business.

list bulletAdvice to people who are thinking of studying this course: Just enjoy every topics, wholeheartedly do the tasks that had been ask for and always to keep those in mind, cause you will never know that it will help you a lot in the future :)
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M. A.
◈ Studied BSBA in Human Resource Development Management
◈ At University Of Rizal System
◈ Graduated 2012

list bulletAbout my college education: The course is more on commemoration, personal development, dealing with people, human management and a lot more including business related subject matters. No skill is required on this course.

list bulletMy current job: Receptionist at Honda Motors

list bulletAm I using what I learned in college: Yes as I have learned to deal with people. As a receptionist, you get to talk with different kinds of people so you should know how to communicate well with them. Also, business knowledge and computer literacy helps me a lot to be hired.

list bulletHow long did it take to find a job: Five months

list bulletDo I recommend studying BSBA-HR: I recommend my course in all aspects because your future will still depends on your ability and capability no matter what course have you taken.
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R. R.
◈ Studied BSBA in Human Resource Development Management
◈ At Gov. Alfonso D. Tan College
◈ Graduated 2011

list bulletAbout my college education: You relate everything in business. The skill are required is that you know how to deal with your subjects not as much as you need to be excellent, of course it needs hard work in order to succeed.

list bulletMy current job: Assisstant Registrar

list bulletAm I using what I learned in college: Yes I am using what I learned in my professional career. I am major in Human Resourse Development Management. I am dealing with people.

list bulletHow long did it take to find a job: It takes me to 4 months after I graduated.

list bulletDo I recommend studying BSBA-HR: Fulfilling/interesting career
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R. K.
◈ Studied BSBA in Human Resource Development Management
◈ At University Of Mindanao
◈ Graduated 2012

list bulletAbout my college education: Challenging, because you will be responsible for doing well in your studies and able to get a higher grades.

list bulletMy current job: HR assistant in processing meat facility here in the davao city.

list bulletHow long did it take to find a job: 2 months longer, I'am octoberian graduate and took a vacation to manila in december and then came back here in davao city in january and then was hired easily.

list bulletDo I recommend studying BSBA-HR: Employment opportunties: possible to get hired
Salary level: minimum and bonuses
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J. M.
◈ Studied BSBA in Human Resource Development Management
◈ At San Ildefonso College
◈ Graduated 2010

list bulletAbout my college education: My education was great. I learned a lot that could help me.
I like it because during my education I realized and learned things that will help for my future. Its interesting but kinda difficult but I enjoyed and love it!

list bulletMy current job: Quality Assurance Specialist

list bulletHow long did it take to find a job: Almost a year

list bulletDo I recommend studying BSBA-HR: Yes, Because I can still use it in everyday life.
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J. T.
◈ Studied BSBA in Human Resource Development Management
◈ At St. Michael's College Of Iligan City
◈ Graduated 2012

list bulletAbout my college education: What is interesting about about our study is it is not focusing only on the field of business itself, I as a michaelight trained to be more daring and innovative agent for social transformation. and the most enjoyable moment in my entire life as a student is I was able to communicate well with my classmates we are so close with deans and teacher. because in the field of study it is not about doing it well but you need to make enjoyable as well.
the most challenging part of a student is your were be able to pass all the requirements for your course, and be able to be more flexible in all the task they have given to you.

in order to succeed as a student is you need to be at your self, enjoy it and most especially is to put God in middle in everything you do.


list bulletMy current job: As of now I dont have job. I am enjoying my 1st year as a graduate

list bulletDo I recommend studying BSBA-HR: Yes, because this course is very intersting and very enjoyable to study.
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E. A.
◈ Studied BSBA in Human Resource Development Management
◈ At San Beda College Alabang
◈ Graduated 2013

list bulletWhy did I choose BSBA-HR: It was the most appealing course to me. I would love to try business but finance and marketing were too much for me to handle so I thought "Why not try HR?"

list bulletAbout my college education: Difficult was with my majors but I had one major class about business and I think it’s quite interesting.

I think you should be caring and considerate because you handle people in this job. You need to understand every employee, you need to know what they want so that they benefit from the company and the company benefits from them.

list bulletMy current job: I am currently working as a call center agent. I am the one who answers the questions of the clients of the company.

list bulletAm I using what I learned in college: No, my course is different from my current job. It just happened that I haven't found a right job for me.

list bulletHow long did it take to find a job: 3 months

list bulletDo I recommend studying BSBA-HR: Yes. Government may hire you. It would be interesting for you applying all the knowledge that you have learned. The salary level is good enough to support you.

list bulletAdvice to people who are thinking of studying this course: Make sure you're really determined because determination is the key to achieving something. You need to love your course!
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