In her column for the Manila Bulletin, Giselle Sanchez revealed that Kim Chiu will be taking up business management, a 4-year course under the University of the Philippines -Diliman's online school. An alumna of UP herself, Giselle said she is happy Kim wants to continue her education despite her busy schedule.
Owning several business franchises, Kim revealed her sister Lakam manages most of these but she eventually wants to be hands on with her future entrepreneurial endeavors.
“I am so happy I got accepted in UP Diliman, I took the entrance exams last August and passed and I have already enrolled. I chose business management because I own several business franchises including Julie’s Bakeshop and Potato Corner. My sister Lakam has been managing these for some time now but I want to try and manage one myself someday, like a restaurant or something.”
Kim also added she might have inherited her knack for putting up businesses from her father and her relatives, who are mostly entrepreneurs.