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MANILA, Philippines - South African students are starting to arrive at the Ninoy Aquino International airport (NAIA) terminals to study engineering and medicine courses in the country. The first batch composed of seven foreign students accompanied by their parents will enroll this school year in Manila arrived at the airport from Johannesburg in South Africa via Hong Kong on board Cathay Pacific. The incoming first year South African students who are now enrolled at Emilio Aguinaldo Collage for medicine course and at the University of Perpetual Help College for engineering courses. The students accompanied by their parents on the trip were welcome at the airport by Dr Jay Sinnah Naidu, CEO/president of EduPhil with top officials Capt. Mario S Braza, founder of EduPhil and US educated son Jason who serves as the VP/administrator of the company. (Source: The Philippine Star | Updated May 1, 2014).