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ENROLElectronic Network Registration and On-Line Learning
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'Our aim in this initiative is to enrol no fewer than 50 street children, especially in this community, and we hope that they get serious and appreciate our efforts so that they can be enrolled in proper schools by September.
The voucher enables students to claim a 'discount' or a deduction from the cost of tuition and other fees charged by a non-DepEd SHS where he or she will enrol. The voucher subsidy is not given to students directly in the form of cash but will be disbursed by DepEd to the non-DepEd SHS where he or she enrols.
In April this year, the University of Portsmouth confirmed that it was seeking to launch a four-year integrated Masters in Optometry course, which would enrol its first cohort of students in September 2016.
The EEC is urging people to enrol of update before August 20, as forms for special votes will only be available from council offices after that.