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Southern Luzon State University

Lucban, Quezon
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C. S.
◈ Studied BS in Electrical Engineering
◈ Graduated 2010

list bulletWhy did I choose this school: Upon choosing my school, I considered 3 things:
School Integrity, Education Cost and Distance from home.

From the place I reside, it is well known to produce graduates whom are employed in a month or two after graduation. I am very particular in a university which can assure me a stable job with a promising income.

With comparison to other schools, the tuition fees there are quite low. But this does not compromise the education being brought to it's students. I had seen it based on it's graduates and student whom I spoke to when I was still on highschool. (By God's grace, I also acquired a generous scholarship from DOST so it lessens my parent's burden a lot.)

Another factor is that it's one of the nearest in our town I used to reside.

list bulletAbout SLSU: The university is located at Lucban, Quezon. It's quite near to nature and the university itself is evident in this. There had trees and plants in the vicinity. That’s why the place has it's natural ventilation, perfect for someone who cannot focus at a too hot environment.

Professors/Instructors are knowledgeable in their field especially those who teaches major subjects. The professors of major subjects are quite strict, that’s fine. Some of them could befriend with their students. But makes it clear that inside the classroom, the relation are not friends but still as teacher and students. Respect was never lost. The university has it's own recreation/athletic center, library/learning resource center, computer center, audio visual rooms, canteen, chapel, medical&dental clinic, freedom park and laboratories for different courses.

In the engineering department, we had our own EE-Laboratories and Industrial Workshop, it's a nice thing that we could make experiment as per actual on some of what we had study on electrical theories and principles. I also remember reviewing for a quiz, I am sitting on a bench at the freedom park. I can't focus much because of my headache. It’s a good thing, there are luscious green trees on sight. It relaxes my sight and a moment later relieves my pain.

list bulletMy current job: As of today I serve as a project manager in the field as well as head of the engineering department. I have the responsibility of the planning, execution and closing of the projects I handled, typically relating to electrical construction.

list bulletHow long did it take to find a job: After graduation on April 2010, I didn't search for a job yet for the reason I still need to review a few months before the board examination on September of the same year. I needed to pass it to have a license and I did it. A week after I got my license (1st week of November) I started to look for a job. And so I did and been employed on November 22, 2010. I applied as a rookie engineer but been employed as an AutoCAD Operator but only a month promoted as an Office Electrical Engineer. Two years later I had been promoted as the Head of the Engineering Department. And today, I am promoted as a Project Manager but still bear title as being the Head of Engineering.
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D. A.
◈ Studied BS in Electronics & Communications Engineering
◈ Graduated 2008

list bulletAbout SLSU: The professors I had are not the best but good. Mostly, are on their mid to late 20's. The are not really professors because they don't get a masteral degree nor a PhD. Most of them are alumni from our school. They are trying their best to make us understand our course.

My school is located in Lucban, Quezon. It is the Baguio version of Quezon province. It is cold and most of the time it is raining. The atmosphere is really good. The people are very lively even their accents are enjoyable.

Since SLSU, is a state university, it is expected that the facilities are not state-of-the-art though it has most of the basic equipment that is needed on the course. By the way, every major subject has an equivalent laboratory subject. So, the facilities are very important for this course. Having better facilities equals to not being so shocked when you get to the real world.

list bulletMy current job: Currently, I chose to be a full time mom to my son but I was a Test Engineer in a semiconductor company in Laguna before I got married.

list bulletHow long did it take to find a job: After graduation, I took a review for 6 months. A preparation for the board exam. Unfortunately, I did not pass the exam. But right after the exam I got a job as a Test Engineer.
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M. C.
◈ Studied BS in Nursing
◈ Graduated 2008

list bulletWhy did I choose this school: They are one of the best nursing schools in the country. The school has low tuition fee compared to others and they also produce very smart nurses with an average of 96%-100% of passers every year when it comes to board exams.

list bulletAbout SLSU: My school is big surrounded by large trees which adds to Lucban Quezon's cold weather. The professors are very knowledgeable and approachable.

list bulletMy current job: School Nurse

list bulletHow long did it take to find a job: A year.
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M. C.
◈ Studied AB in Psychology
◈ Graduated 2010

list bulletAbout SLSU: conducive learning experiences but lack some of facilities.

list bulletMy current job: Special children trainer

list bulletHow long did it take to find a job: after two years
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