Last February 10 and 11, six MINT Senior High School students joined the annual Start-Up Weekend Manila. Forming two groups of three, a team advanced to the finals and was declared champions at the said competition.
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Learning went beyond the four walls of the classroom. MINT went to Ayala museum, a digital advert set, and our Film alum, Noah Del Rosario, was included in the roster of films for a Philippine Cinema exhibit.
Meridian International College (MINT College) hit the right note with a musical movie-themed party for the students at the Blue Leaf Pavilion last September 6. The event featured various acts by students from different programs and organizations.
The Meridian International College (MINT College) hit a homerun, coming back this year from a two-year hiatus to the annual Career Consultation and Guidance Fair (CCGF), at the World Trade Center in Pasay City, last September 4 and 5.
Last May 31, select MINT students from the Multimedia Arts, Music Business Management, Marketing, Film, and Computer Science & I.T. programs gathered to showcase their work at, Show + Tell: The MINT Showcase and Professional Review.
On May 26, MINT High students ended the school year on a high note with Cosmic, the first-ever senior high school prom of MINT College. The event was held at The Mind Museum, Bonifacio Global City.
On February 27 at the MINT Café, MBY Pet Rescue and Sanctuary’s operations manager, Susan Magallanes Espinosa delivered a talk that addressed animal cruelty and welfare.
Last November 8, MINT College celebrated the exemplary performance of select students at Prevue 2018: The MINT Student Honor Show. The event is an annual awarding show and portfolio showcase attended by school officials and parents.
Philippines’ Primera Kontrabida, Cherie Gil guested at MINT College’s CineFiesta 2017 on November 22. The multi-awarded television, film, and theater actress shared stories about her life and career with veteran actor and MINT College’s Theater Arts program head, Bernardo Bernardo.
On November 20, MINT College’s Film students enjoyed the first day of CineFiesta with a talk from award-winning film director Erik Matti, and his editor, Jay Halili.
Every year, MINT College produces a diverse crop of skilled students and scholars. To celebrate their talent, MINT College has hand-picked student works from our academic programs, including multi-media, film and music to showcase. We invite students and visitors alike to witness the unique and creative outputs of its students.
This event is a testament to the school's mission of providing a collaborative environment immersed in creativity and engaging activities with a focus on the applied. We take pride in the diversity of our student community – letting them learn from one another as well as from faculty and individual experiences.
There will be a special performance by a renowned cellist Renato Lucas. Lucas is a solo cellist, an orchestral musician, and conductor. He studied at the University of the Philippines College of Music, San Francisco Conservatory of Music (USA), Royal Northern College of Music (England), Hochschule fur Musik Detmold (Germany), and Universitaet der Kunst Berlin (Germany).