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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Last October 1, MINT College officially inked a deal for a new campus at Silver City 1A, Ortigas Ave., Pasig City.
Young designer Carl Jan Cruz once lied about his age to get internships, and now he’s inspiring students to go after their dreams
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.
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.
Out of the seven awards in the student category, MINT College’s Multimedia Arts students prove to be the cream of the crop by bringing home five major awards!
The Gold Prize went to Claudine Quintela for her Brand Design System for Manila Electric Transport.
For the Silver Prize, the winners were Ricah Icmat for “Dirty Dozen: 12 Must Try Street Food”, her Senior Project, and Chantal Arboleda for “Living with an OFW Parent”, Publication Design.
For Bronze, it was Kevin Matsuyama - “Dragon” - Pattern and Color Project, and
Vicky Tumacder – “Koi” – Pattern and Color Project.
This is the first time MINT College participated in the adobo Design Awards Asia. The fact that we won majority of the awards is quite overwhelming, but it definitely is a welcome surprise!
Congratulations, MINT students!
With an emphasis on international marketing, advertising, and communications, students learn relevant communication tools and new insights that trigger end-user resolution and behavior. Whether it’s fashion design, retail, merchandising, events/production management, manufacturing operations or identifying business opportunities, you are sure to develop master observation and skills that will help you succeed. If you can make it here, you can make it anywhere. Make it Marketing. Make it MINT.
Thinking of a career in film? Check out this infographic for career opportunities. For more information on MINT's program offerings, go to our Programs section.
MINT Riffs', MINT College's official music organization, is holding 'LIPAD' on March 26, 7PM at the Music Museum. Now on its third year, this music event is held as a benefit concert for the MINT scholarship program.
Tickets are priced at: P500 – First Class, P350 – Business Class, P250 – Economy Class
For inquiries, kindly contact: Ellaine Binegas (09352439262) or E-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Here's an exclusive behind the scenes look at the Bumabalik ang Nagdaan music video shoot with Jessa Zaragoza. The music video is MINT College's entry for Himig Handog 2014.