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St. Dominic College of Asia (SDCA) was able to get a higher percentage rate for BS Physical Therapy on August 2018 licensure examination. From 75% passing rate last 2017, SDCA was able to produce a 100% passing rate this year for the batch 2018 and 80% for batch 2017. Results were announced by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC), three (3) working days after the last day of examinations.

St. Dominic College of Asia (SDCA) produces newly Registered Pharmacists and Radiologic Technologists, results were released by Professional Regulation Commission (PRC).

SDCA impressed a 100% passing rate for 2017 batch, while 61.54% for first-timers, landing a 72.22% on overall passing rate during the August 2018 Pharmacists board examinations. Results were released two working days after the last day of examination.

Furthermore, SDCA posted a higher passing rate for BS Radiologic Technology during the July 2018 licensure examinations with above the national passing rate for first-takers. 2,056 out of 4,356 made the cut in Radiologic Technologists licensure exam.

The School of International Hospitality & Tourism Management and Workskills International students won back-to-back silver awards on the recently concluded Philippines Culinary Cup 2018 at SMX Convention Center, Pasay City, last August 1-4, 2018.

Bagging championship awards on the 12th Manila Foods and Beverages Expo (MAFBEX) last June 2018, our Hospitality Management and Workskills International once again made a mark as they won silver awards on two categories: Local Seafood and Fish Cookery and Filipino Cuisine.

  Competing on the Local Seafood and Fish Cookery category, Chef Al Emerson Carriaga, Workskills International Instructor, was able to take home the silver award on his Pistachio and oatmeal crusted lapu-lapu with cilantro yogurt sauce served with seafood lentils and sautted clams in white wine dish.

  On the otherhand,Daisryry Laroya, Lorenz Deniel Domingo, together with their mentor, Chef Joemar Inducil, competed on the Filipino Cuisine category which also garnered a silver award.

  Philippine Culinary Cup is one of the most prestigious competition in the Philippines, providing the Filipino chefs an internationally-recognized platform to hone their skills and showcase their talents in the culinary field (http://pcc.wofex.com/).

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