Links

  • The European Union (EU) is a family of democratic European countries, committed to working together for peace and prosperity. It is not a State intended to replace existing states, but it is more than any other international organisation. Its Member States have set up common institutions to which they delegate some of their sovereignty so that decisions on specific matters of joint interest can be made democratically at European level. This pooling of sovereignty is also called "European integration".
  • The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) facilitates transparency in national defence planning and budgeting processes; ensures democratic control of defence forces; maintains the capability and readiness to contribute to operations under the authority of the United Nations and/or the responsibility of the OSCE; develops cooperative military relations with NATO, for the purpose of joint planning, training and exercises, in order to strengthen the ability of participants to undertake missions in the field of peacekeeping, search and rescue, humanitarian operations, and others as may subsequently be agreed; and develops, over the longer term, forces that are better able to operate with those of the members of the North Atlantic Alliance.
  • The British Council in the Philippines connects people with learning opportunities and creative ideas from the UK. Their aim is to build lasting relationships between the UK and the Philippines. So whether you want to take an exam, study or discover the latest ideas from the UK - this is the place to start.
  • The World Trade Organization (WTO) is the only global international organization dealing with the rules of trade between nations. At its heart are the WTO agreements, negotiated and signed by the bulk of the world's trading nations and ratified in their parliaments. The goal is to help producers of goods and services, exporters, and importers conduct their business.
  • The European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP) is a service-oriented organization whose main goal is to foster close economic ties and business relations between the Philippines and Europe. The ECCP does this by providing a wide range of business services and by creating linkages between companies, organizations and individuals with existing or potential business interests in Europe and the Philippines. The ECCP sees itself as the stepping stone for Europeans into the Philippine market and for Filipinos into the European market.
  • The British Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (BCCP) promotes the business environment and quality of life for British Citizens and British invested companies in the Philippines; facilitates and promotes understanding and cordial relations between the Members of the BCCP and the British and Philippine governments in the Philippines. Provides venue for British citizens, and British companies to network together during social evenings.
  • The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) contributes to the enhancement of national security and the protection of the territorial integrity and national sovereignty; participates in the national endeavor to sustain development and to enhance the Philippines' competitive edge in a global milieu; protects the rights and promotes the welfare of Filipinos overseas and to mobilize them as partners in national development; projects a positive image of the Philippines; increases international understanding of Philippine culture for mutually-beneficial relations with other countries; and increases and maximizes human, financial, technological and other resources to optimize the performance of the Department.
  • The Goethe-Institut Manila promotes international cultural cooperation by organizing a broad variety of events to present German culture in collaboration with partners in the Philippines. In this website one, finds the programmes of the Institut such as workshop offerings and teacher training seminars for teachers of German as a second language. Learning about German life and culture is an integral part of the language courses.
  • The Delegation of the European Commission in the Philippines (Manila Delegation) is a full-pledged diplomatic mission and has the task to officially represent the European Commission in the country. The Delegation deals closely with the diplomatic missions of the EU Member States - serving as a venue for meetings and press conferences that involve the EU as a whole, acting as the contact point for joint cultural initiatives, and offering the Member States resources for specific information such as EU market access to the Philippines. It particularly works closely with the Member State holding the EU Presidency.
  • With 11 language editions and a circulation of 400,000 copies in 180 countries, "Deutschland" magazine is Germany's most read international periodical. "Deutschland" is the magazine for decision-makers outside Germany. "Deutschland" provides background analyses, informs its readers about topical issues in Germany and Europe, and reports on bilateral relations between Germany and other regions of the world in its regional editions. Almost 1.5 million people read the magazine worldwide. "Deutschland" is published six times a year by Societts-Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, in cooperation with the Federal Foreign Office, Berlin.
  • The flexibility of French higher education allows you to design an academic itinerary that is perfectly suited to your goals and background. Thousands of possibilities exist in every field of knowledge. Are you interested in a general degree program? In acquiring a professional skill? Maybe you're ready to specialize at the graduate level? Or to do research? Somewhere in France there's a program that meets your personal goals. More likely you'll find a multitude.