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Treston International College: Bazaar For A Cause

Last December 14-15, Treston International College held a bazaar inside the college campus for the benefit of typhoon Yolanda survivors. This two-day event highlighted the culinary school's aim to raise funds and showcase not only the student's culinary talents but their entrepreneurial spirit as well.

The campus was packed with shoppers especially as it is just the beginning of the Holiday Season. And not only that, the items found in the bazaar are also worth the trip.



Treston International College offers a unique educational program that combines Culinary, Hospitality, I.T. and Business. The school which was founded in 2010 has already come a long way and made a mark in the Philippine Education scene as being the first school to design and offer the Bachelor of Science in Culinary Management program. 

The school is also conveniently located along C5 near the International School Zone area which is just in front of Market, Market. The school campus also boasts of an indoor multi-purpose hall, state-of-the-art designer kitchen, hot kitchen and suite rooms.




There were also several cooking demos during the bazaar weekend.



The school aims to provide Quality, Affordable and Professional International Education to passionate and determined individuals from different nationalities. 

Treston International College is currently offering the Academic Program for college which is divided in two levels: The International General Education Program (IGEP) and the International Professional Program (IPP).

To know more about the Academic Programs and Admission, please contact: +632 8196180 / +632 8196165 or email: admissions@treston.edu.ph. Website: http://www.treston.edu.ph



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