Unformatted text preview: Rizal in Spain • • Reasons why Rizal wanted to go to Spain: o To finish medicine o Hidden purposes: To observe and study European society To polish his writing skills To lead the Philippines in its fight against Spain Departure for Spain: o Paciano, Saturnina, Lucia, Antonio Rivera, Valenzuela …
Why did Jose Rizal decide to continue his studies in Spain?
Rizal had a personal reason as well as an altruistic reason for his decision to study abroad. He wanted to become an eye specialist in order to cure her mother from an eye ailment. He also wanted to study the cultures, laws and governments of European countries in order to help his countrymen.
What is the mission of Jose Rizal why he decided to pursue his studies in Spain I to observe keenly the life and culture languages and customs industries and commerce and governments and laws of the European Nations II in order to prepare himself in the mighty task of liberating his oppressed people from Spanish?
Secret Mission – to observe keenly the life and culture, languages and customs, industries and commerce, and governments and laws of the European nations in order to prepare himself in the mighty task of liberating his oppressed people from Spanish tyranny.
Why Rizal continued his medical studies?
Answer: One of the reason why he chose medicine, was his desire to cure his mother’s growing blindness due to cataract. His grades in medical course were “fair and good” unlike in Ateneo where he got all excellent grades in all subjects.
Why did Rizal decide to study in Spain when he had finished his fourth year of medical course in UST?
DECISION TO ABROAD finishing the Fourth Year of his medical course, Rizal decided to study in Spain. He could no longer endure the rampant bigotry, discrimination, and hostility in the University of Santo Tomas. He did not seek his parent’s permission and blessings to go abroad; and even his beloved Leonor.
Is it true that Jose Rizal was born with indomitable courage?
From his Malayan ancestors, Rizal, evidently inherited his love for freedom, his innate desire to travel, and his indomitable courage. From his Chinese ancestors, he derived his serious nature, frugality, patience and love for children.
Why did Dr Jose Rizal decided to go and travel to Europe?
Rizal’s primary goal in leaving for Europe in 1882 was to complete his education. He had completed a course in ophthalmology at the University of Santo Tomas so he could perform eye surgery on his cataract-stricken mother. … But before any secret plan could take place, he had to go to Spain unnoticed–even by his mother.
What was the biggest sacrifice he made as a student in Europe?
His biggest sacrifice laid from being a Filipino. To be specific, Rizal like other Filipinos who studied in Europe, live alone and survive hardship and homesick through being with friends and fellow FIlipino student.
What was Maximo Viola for Rizal to overcome the hard times in Europe?
He is known as the best friend of Jose Rizal in Europe. They work together, they visited museums, art gallery, restaurants and stayed in hotels to work there in Europe. He led a fight against the Spaniards with his two brothers and stayed at Biak-na-Bato. He was also one of the leaders of the Propaganda Movement.
Did Rizal finished medicine?
In 1884, Rizal completed licentiates in medicine and in philosophy and letters at the Central University of Madrid. (The licentiate is an undergraduate degree similar to the American bachelor’s degree but with a more vocational focus.
What promoted Rizal to study medicine did he take it seriously?
Rizal was serious about his study in Ophthalmolgy. He chose this field of medicine out of his love on the subject but, more importantly his love for his mother & to heal her from turning blind he desired to restore her vision.
What was the role of Paciano in the life of Rizal?
Paciano Rizal is our national hero’s older brother. He served as Rizal’s guardian while the latter was studying in Spain. Paciano was a huge influence to Rizal’s life. He would constantly send money to Spain and update his younger brother of the friars’ abuses in the Philippines through letters.