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Telus education program celebrates 10th year


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Business processing outsourcing (BPO) company Telus International Philippines continues its educational programs through the Telus International University (TIU).

Launched in 2010, the courses being offered include Bachelor of Science in Accountancy, Bachelor of Science in Accounting Information System, Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship, Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Bachelor of Library and Information Science, and Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management.

According to Telus International Philippines’ Director for global learning experience Ely Lim, more than 100 members of their team finished their college degrees while they work in the company.

“Since we launched TIU in 2010, more than 100 team members have finished their college degree courses while working, and over 4,600 team members and their loved ones have pursued their passions through workshops and certificate courses,” Lim said.

TIU currently offers 14 college degree courses and 87 workshops and certificate courses in their program.

In addition, Telus partnered with the National Book Store College for six of its new courses.


Tuition fees for its team members are subsidized from 50 to 85 percent.



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