Southville and PCPPI have partnered to boost employee education

The official maker of PepsiCo products in the Philippines, Pepsi-Cola Products Philippines, Inc. (PCPPI), has partnered with Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) to assist employees who want to continue studying and advance their education.

The collaboration includes a tuition price reduction for PCPPI workers who enroll in Southville’s Flexible Higher Education Programs or blended learning courses that are done entirely online. Select courses from SISC and Southville International School Affiliated with Foreign Universities are eligible for the discount (SISFU).

SISFU offers academic programs from foreign countries which are recognized for its high quality and standards. Graduates from these programs will also receive diplomas or certificates from the foreign academic institutions.

“PCPPI believes in developing talents from within. Through our partnership with SISC and SISFU, we want to inspire our employees to continue learning to achieve their personal and career aspirations,” said PCPPI president and chief executive officer Frederick D. Ong.

The partnership also targets PCPPI employees who, due to life’s circumstances, were not able to finish their studies to finally get degreed. Since the programs are online, it gives them opportunity to combine education with work.

“This program reinforces our commitment to make PCPPI a great workplace to grow.  We thank SISC, a very reputable educational institution, for this opportunity to forward our people capability agenda and propel our talents’ education,” Ong added.

Apart from the tuition fee discounts, the partnership also comes with discounts on the use of Southville team building, planning, and sports facilities.

PCPPI is the official manufacturer of Pepsi-Cola, Mountain Dew, 7-Up, Mirinda, Mug, Gatorade, Tropicana, Lipton, Sting, Premier, Milkis, and Aquafina in the Philippines.

PCPPI is committed to create a positive impact on society with programs focused on environmental sustainability, nutrition, education, and livelihood. For more information, visit




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