/ 21 July 2021

NINETEEN students from the College of Business, Economics and Accountancy of the Mariano Marcos State University have completed a summer course that was organized by the School of Business of the Institut Pertania Bogor University in Indonesia.

MMSU said eight accountancy majors, three economics, six human resource management and two marketing management students took the online Summer Course on Business Innovation and Management this month, with some bagging awards after finishing the course.

“They were Nadia Dominique M. Cayabyab, Maria Regine Angelica Baytec, Clarissa Mae C. Urbi, Shaira Mae G. Bautista, Liezel G. Cabanatan, Edgar S. Bolo, Steward Nino R. Chua, and Queenie Oamil (BS Accountancy); Jenny Joy Dela Cruz, Jamaica Gaile Dagan, and Mark Gil C. Adorna (BS Economics); Jovie S. Palos, Samuel G. Aguinaldo Jr, John Rhey T. Deus, Keilah Jenina R.  Cabugon, Ciara Mae Agasino, and Mark Joshua Luz (BSBA-HRM); Jessa Mae B. Tadeo and Joshua P. Mariano (BSBA-MM),” MMSU said.

“In the 10-day summer course, the students learned about the new dynamics of business innovation and engineering through virtual expert lectures, class discussions, and cultural exchange opportunity. The students received transferrable course credits and e-certificates after completing the program,” it added.

Of the 19 students, six received awards in paper and poster presentations.

Luz was recognized as best presenter, while Urbi and Adorna were named first and second best undergraduate students, respectively.

Meanwhile, Cabugon placed second in the poster competition, while Bolo and Chua landed in third place.

Krismary Sharmaine Yapo, CBEA’s focal person to the program, said the students’ academic standing were thoroughly screened by the college before involving them in the program.

The program was designed using a multidisciplinary approach that included IPB University partners, business practitioners and international university partners in Malaysia, Poland, Japan and Cambodia.