The growing Information Technology Industry in the Philippines gave way for many investors to put up IT institutions on various parts of the country. Because of heightened demand for the manpower requirements in this field, a lot of incoming college freshmen are choosing the path of becoming an IT expert. Although many schools are offering IT courses, few are the ones that you can really say, the best. If you are looking for an IT school to attend, make sure you take note of a lot of things like the curriculum, accreditation and cost of tuition. If not all, many IT professionals will recommend FEU East Asia College. This school is considered as one of the top ten best IT institutions in the Philippines.
It was the month of July in the year 1991 when IBM Philippines collaborated with SM Foundation Inc. to establish an institution named Asia Pacific Computer Technology Center (APCTC). Eventually, the APCTC worked with FEU and the Intelligent Wave, Inc (IWI) to establish a computer institution. The set up school was named East Asia Computer Center. Later on, EACC was changed to East Asia College of Information Technology.
Then in the year 2002, FEU became the sole owner of the EACIT by buying the shares of the school’s shareholders. EACIT was then merged with the university’s College of Engineering. Not long enough, the merged IT departments became known by many students as the FEU – East Asia College. Listed below are few of the good things that you will like about the school:
1.Considered as one of the Top IT Schools in NCR.
2.Recognized by CHED as Center of Development in IT
3.This school has been consistently producing Board and Topnotcher students in Engineering courses.
4.Internship programs here have high standards.
5.It has numerous corporate connections with various local and international companies.
7.Distinctive educational curriculum.
A strong sign that the FEU – EAC is providing quality education is the recent event that made FEU – EAC student, Leo Lorenzo, bag an award. The student earned the title of youngest Microsoft Valuable Professional (MVP) and also the 1st Microsoft Student Partner in the Philippines. The award was presented by the Microsoft Academic Community.
FEU – EAC is continuing to climb its way to becoming the melting pot of IT industry practitioners who are willing to impart knowledge to Information and Technology students. You may visit their website should you have inquiries about admissions and career opportunities.