Not to discourage you, just don't expect getting a scholarship to be easy unless you have straight A's - it's relatively easier for post-grad because some countries use it as some sort of aid/investment on other countries,* but up to collegiate degrees, they usually invest on their own people first. However, wanting to go to college is a very good attitude to start with. I'd say Germany's a great choice if your relatives can help you save rent, like, just chip in for food and utilities instead of full rent.
BTW, did you explore taking your first two years in a community college first, then applying to finish your majors in a university? You can probably get a scholarship easier that way while saving money, just make sure you inquire with universities you might attend as to how many of the prerequisite courses you should have taken before going in (some may not be available through the community colleges for example).
One last note about studying in the Philippines - there's a lot of modelling work here for foreigners, but suffice to say you'd have to look like you can do ANTM. People associate "premium" with imports, so even local brands use foreign models, but of course it isn't too strange given this country's population has people from every continent in addition to the native Malays and Chinese here anyway. Brazilian-Japanese are the FOTY so far but it's not like the rest of the world are completely out of style.
*Like how Fullbright churns out technocrats with some pro-US policy bias, just not necessarily as bad as - say - the (Univ of Michigan) Chicago Boys (actually professors there) running Chile's economy as people demonstrating at the US Embassies would have people believe.