National Book Store College opens this school year 2018-2019

NBS College president Adrian Ramos (3rd from the right) formally opens the NBS College with (from left) Quezon City councilors Irene Belmonte, Hero Bautista, Marra Suntay, Quezon City Vice Mayor Joy Belmonte, Mercato Centrale co-founder RJ Ledesma and NBS College vice chair Dr. Lydia Echauz. The NBS College is located at the third and fourth floors of the National Book Store building on Quezon Avenue, corner Scout Borromeo.

National Book Store College opens this school year 2018-2019
(The Philippine Star) - March 25, 2018 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines — After over 75 years of supporting Filipinos’ education and lifelong learning, National Book Store is taking the next step by creating an institution for higher learning at the heart of Quezon City.

NBS College is located on the 3rd and 4th floors of the National Book Store building on Quezon Avenue corner Scout Borromeo and Panay Avenue.

For school year 2018-2019, it will be offering six in-demand degree programs: BS Accountancy, BS Accounting Information System, BS Entrepreneurship, BS Computer Science, BS Library and Information Science and BS Tourism Management.

“Guided by the 75 years of entrepreneurial excellence of National Book Store, NBS College equips our students with the skills and values they need to succeed in the rapidly-changing global landscape,” said NBS College president Adrian Ramos.

NBS College’s modern facilities and highly competent faculty help create an environment of collaborative learning. True to its values of nurturance, benevolence and service, NBS College also offers academic scholarships and a special scholarship grant for its pioneer batch.

Applications for SY 2018-2019 are currently ongoing. Learn more about NBS College on their website,, and connect with them on social media – @nbscollegeph on Facebook and Instagram. For further inquiries, e-mail or call 216-5716.

You may learn more about NBS College by visiting the link: Connect with National Book Store on social media – @nationalbookstore on Instagram and @nbsalert on Facebook, Twitter, Viber and YouTube.

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