Be a Game Changer. Enroll at iACADEMY.

Parents want the best for their children. I am a parent myself, and like all parents, I want my son to have a bright future. Choosing a good school is key to making this vision a reality. But what makes a good school? Personally, I believe that a good school must do the following: offer courses that are relevant to business and industry trends, provide a safe learning environment for students, allow students to express their creativity and reach their full potential, and train students to become globally competitive. I found the school that meets all of these requirements when I attended the iACADEMY Open House in Bel-Air, Makati last Saturday.

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At this Open House, we got to meet the deans of the different schools of iACADEMY, the chairpersons of the various programs offered at this college, and iACADEMY’s President and CEO, Ms. Vanessa L. Tanco.

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Vanessa L. Tanco, President and CEO of iACADEMY

Guests present during the Open House were also given a brief tour of the facility.

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iACADEMY
iACADEMY started in 2002 as an Information Techonology (IT) college. It is strategically located at the heart of Makati City’s Central Business District, the purpose of which is to place the students closer to practicing professionals and industry partners who will teach, train and eventually hire them.

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iACADEMY offers specialized courses in computing, business and design that match the needs of the industry. Their academic programs combine both theory and practice to help the students prosper in their chosen careers. It also offers an intensive internship program (960 hours) to prepare the students for their future jobs.

iACADEMY through the Years
While iACADEMY is relatively young, it has already accomplished a lot. iACADEMY’s program was granted Zero Deficiency by the Commission on Higher Education. It is also the first college to become a WACOM Authorized Training Partner. In 2009, iACADEMY was designated as the first IBM Center of Excellence in the ASEAN Region, and when it opened its fashion design and technology program in 2010, iACADEMY was chosen by Solar Entertainment to be its official partner school for Project Runway Philippines.

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iACADEMY likewise hosts Animahenasyon, the largest animation festival in the Philippines. It also teams up with (1) Weather Philippines to develop their website and application for faster, real-time weather updates, (2) Polimoda, one of Italy’s leading schools in fashion and marketing, and (3) DePaul University, the largest Catholic school in America for a study link partnership.

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Other industry and internship partners of iACADEMY are McCann Erickson, IBM, Microsoft, San Miguel Corporation, Unilab, Towers Watson, ABS-CBN, Leo Burnett, Cambridge University Press, Ayala Systems Technology Inc., Metrobank, Nestle, Optima Digital, Pigmata Media Inc., itprosasia.com, Sterling Paper, JobsDB.com, ePLDT, Smits Inc., and Megaworld.

Programs Offered by iACADEMY
iACADEMY offers highly specialized programs that are relevant to industries today. Students gain both theoretical knowledge and real-world experiences that will help them excel in their chosen fields.

School of Computing
• Software Engineering
• Game Development
• Web Development

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Mitch Andaya, Dean of the School of Computing

School of Business
• Financial Management
• Marketing & Advertising

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Dr. Frederick Halcon, Dean of the School of Business

School of Design
• Animation
• Multimedia Arts & Design
• Fashion Design & Technology

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Dane Romley, Chairperson of the School of Design

Dane Romley served as the character layout artist and designer of The Simpsons Television Show and The Simpsons Movie.

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Ryan Abeledo, Chairperson of the Multimedia Arts Program and Nicole Aquino, Chairperson of the Fashion Design and Technology Program

At iACADEMY, students get the total package: industry-relevant courses taught by dedicated academicians and highly experienced industry specialists, intensive internship programs in more than 300 industry partners, and a safe and secure learning environment that is certified bully-proof. If you want your children to become game changers, enroll them at iACADEMY now.

iACADEMY
iACADEMY Plaza
324 Senator Gil J. Puyat Ave.,
Bel-Air, Makati City
Website: www.iacademy.edu.ph
Telephone No.: (02) 889-7777
Email: inquire@iacademy.edu.ph
FB Page: fb.com/iACADEMY

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18 Responses to Be a Game Changer. Enroll at iACADEMY.

  1. Nostalgic 🙂
    I used to go here during college days since my school is within the vicinity too. We were required to visit the campus every now and then for a school project.

  2. Nova says:

    this is very nice to know… giving the kids the early way to be more knowledgeable into games.

  3. Joy says:

    I know a couple of people graduated in iAcademy and they’re doing well in their chosen field of interest. Looks like iAcademy is doing a great job educating their students.

  4. I see that facilities are really very good! Thanks for sharing.

  5. Children should be given encouragement to fulfill not just their intellectual but also their creative pursuits. I truly hope iAcademy could live up to that promise.

  6. Sounds like a nice school, curriculum and facilities wise. Thanks for sharing!

  7. Arge says:

    It’s a good thing that there are more highly specialized schools, like iAcademy, in our country that will make Filipino students competitive and confident about their skills when they venture into the workforce.

  8. Do they have short course like for post-graduates? And do you know how much they charge per unit?

  9. I was gonna ask those questions that Joy Felizardo have written. It’s nice to know that they offer these courses.

  10. Mhie says:

    All the courses offered is very important. Good to know it’s in Philippines now.

  11. TweenselMom says:

    It’s a good thing they also offer internship program. Students will certainly find it easier to get jobs and be far more competitive than in the past.

  12. Mayu says:

    Bully-proof school. I think this is the most important.

  13. Looks like their facilities are top-of-the-line. The school also looks very modern and has that nice vibe that seems very conducive to learning. I bet the fees are quite steep.

  14. Maan says:

    I’ve read about this school over before, and the hands-on programs really caught my attention. I would love to study here myself!

  15. Ayi says:

    They visited our school during my 4th year and talked about their school and what they can offer. At that time, iAcademy was very new so not many of us bothered to submit an application. Looking at it now, so many things have changed 🙂

  16. Nadia says:

    Animation has really gained grounds in our country. We have world class animators who are behind the most successful works enjoyed by millions of people. Thanks to schools who offer out of the box courses like iAcademy. I hope they offer scholarships too or much better if their tuition fees are not so high. 🙂

  17. Interesting ang Fashion Design & Technology!

  18. Peachy says:

    Fashion Design & Technology sounds so interesting to me! However, I checked their website and it’s quite expensive…

    http://www.peachy.ph

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