Pia Wurtzbach reveals she took an entrepreneurship course at UP Open University

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Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach seems to be venturing further down a business path as she is currently taking non-formal entrepreneurship courses at the Open University of the Philippines.

The beauty queen made this revelation during an interview with the famous photographer BJ Pascual in her YouTube vlog on Sunday August 8th.

“Now, as we speak, entrepreneurship is online. Nag-aaral aka Open University in UP, through non-formal course,” Wurtzbach told Pascual. (I study entrepreneurship online. I’m studying at the Open University at UP, but it’s just a non-formal course.)

Although she’s getting a “hands-on” about entrepreneurship through her collaborations with the brand, her milk tea shop and managing her own career, Wurtzbach stressed that she still has a long way to go when it comes to business learning.

“I know I really need to learn more if I want to create my own brand or my own product one day,” she said, noting that creating her own brand was one of her goals.

The beauty queen has also acknowledged that she will grow old one day and her priorities may change in the future, so she is considering having a business as an alternative.

“One day, mag-iiba na focus ko, pamilya na (One day I will focus on family). I need to create something that will last, that won’t require me to be in front of the camera all the time,” she added.

As of now, Wurtzbach still doesn’t know what specific business she might start, but she’s already making plans for the future. /ra

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