Dr. Emmanuel Y. Angeles, the former Chairman of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), was conferred the title/ award/ honour of Honorary Fellow of the Royal Institute of Educators during the 3rd International Congress and Conferment Ceremony on 1st May, 2014 at the Sutera Harbour Marina, Golf and Country Club’s Theatre in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, which had the theme of “Global Networking for Business and Investment Opportunities”.

Prominent Filipino, Malaysian and Singaporean delegates were honoured as Fellows of many Royal Institutes during the event, including Dr. Ruperto P. Somera, former Regional Director of the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR), Rev. Fr. Dr. Herminio V. Dagohoy, Rector Magnificus, University of Santo Tomas (UST) (the oldest university in Asia) and State University and College (SUC) Presidents and officers.

Several Fellows of Royal Institutes presented their Research Papers on subjects ranging across the fields of Business, Education, Finance, Law, Management, Social Sciences and Taxation. All presenters were doctorate degree holders and authors.

More than 40 delegates from the Philippines explored business, investment, tourism and education opportunities in Sabah across 4 days of events.

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Royal Institution membership is by nomination or invitation to academe, graduates, scientists, innovators, inventors, technocrats, technicians, technologists, entrepreneurs, philanthropists, professionals, craftsmen, students and all those who deserve recognition.

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