I apologize for not posting for over a month. I had been too busy with my last academic term as well as with my documents and stuff for my internship this coming May.
Moreover, it really feels so good to be back after a month of sleepless nights and stress, I can finally say that my last academic term is really over! Yes, you have read it right. However, my graduation will be held next year since I still have two practicum terms to finish, and in my case, those two practicum terms would be equivalent up to one year since most of us will be having our internship outside the country. Yay!
Anyhow, I am very proud to show you guys the fruit of my determination and hard work these past few months. In our school, the grading point system is patterned after American Universities and is different from the other colleges and universities here in the Philippines. We use the 4.0 grade point equivalence as the highest grade, while 1.0 grade point equivalence is considered lowest possible grade. Lastly, R for Repeat if you are to take the course again. And as you may notice on my CSBGRAD subject, ‘P’ is written on my final grade for the reason that we have subjects that is not entitled to the 4.0-1.0 grading system, only P for Passed and F for Failed. Nevertheless, here are my final grades.
PS. I’m supposed to be a Dean’s Lister if it wasn’t for my 2.0 grade in my ENFRAMA subject. Oh well, that’s life. I’m still pretty thankful for passing all my subjects!
In addition, I am also proud to share with you guys that I am now a Double Degree holder. I will be graduating with a Philippine Bachelor’s Degree of BS-IHM from De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde, as well as a French Bachelor’s Degree of Manager en Hotelleie Internationale from Institut Vatel in France. For your information, DLS-CSB School of Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management is concurrently Vatel Manila. Additionally, the B.S. International Hospitality Management is the new program of DLS-CSB SHRIM under the Vatel Partnership. Based these information from our Vatel Primer.
Furthermore, I have passed my three-hour Validation written exam but I was still required to have an oral exam. And with the Lord’s grace I was able to pass the oral examination as well.
I have shared with you these things not to brag or anything, I just want to share the outcome of all my hard work. And of course, in conclusion, everything is possible with God.
You all have a wonderful day!