PALO, Leyte- The Saint Paul School of Professional Studies (SPSPS) continues to be one of the country’s top notch schools, particularly in the field of accountancy.
This was disclosed by its president Erwin Vincent Alcala who said that the school is also fast emerging as choice school in Law and real estate management.
Alcala also revealed that the SPSPS has partnered with some well-known universities in the world like the Seisen University in Tokyo, Japan and even foreign governments like Canada in conducting research.
The school president also said that they were also contracted by the Leyte Metropolitan Water District for its human resource plan.
SPSP will also partner with the De la Salle University and Environmental and Climate Change Institute in training higher education institutions in the region on disaster preparedness due to climate change, Alcala said.
Alcala said that he still envisions to see SPSPS become a world-class academic institution by producing world-class professionals imbued with the ideals of Saint Paul, giving back, living up to society’s expectations on environmentally-conscious and socio-economic responsive academic instruction, development research and community service.