Do you dare to be a game changer? Before you answer, let me tell you about iACADEMY.
It’s not knew to us that there is a swelling demand for competitive professionals. Filipinos are competitive but some may have lacking of appropriate skills and the problem with the so-called job mismatch remain. This resulted to high unemployment and underemployment rates.
iACADEMY can help in producing more qualified, competitive professionals with their teaching strategies.
Dean Mitch Andaya of School of Computing stressed how they allow a huge percentage of practicing professionals to become part of the academy. “We teach based on experience, not on textbooks,” said Andaya.
Unlike other educational institutions, iACADEMY believes that teaching should be industry relevant, honing the skills of the students based on what are really on demand.
What’s more encouraging to enroll at iACADEMY is that students can gain actual work experience before they graduated. “Hindi matatapos ang training hours sa clerical lang o pagtitimpla ng kape,” Andaya added.
The school is conveniently located in the heart of the business district in Makati City, Philippines. Strategically easier to find a company where you can have your trainings or you’ll never know, a firm that could hire you right away!
iACADEMY offers the following in-demand courses:
- Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with specialization in Software Engineering
- Bachelor of Science in Game Development with Specialization in Game Programming and Design
- Bachelor of Science in IT, Major in Web Development
- Bachelor of Science in Business Administration; Financial Management
- Bachelor of Science in Business Administration; Marketing and Advertising
- Bachelor of Science in Animation
- Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Arts and Design
- Bachelor of Arts in Fashion Design & Technology
A Tour to iACADEMY
A quick tour to their rooms and facilities gave us an impression that the iACADEMY courses are worth enrolling.
324 Senator Gil J. Puyat Ave.
Bel-air, Makati City Philippines 1209
Email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (02) 889-7777
What the Professor-Practitioners Has To Say
Nicole Aquino, chairperson of School of Fashion Design and Technology, said they provide each student of their own sewing machine. This will give them ample time to design and create.
Eric Halcon, chair of School of Business, emphasized the importance of focusing on marketing and advertising disciplines to succeed.
Ryan Abeledo, chair of Multimedia Arts program, said they provide course tracks to ensure that students knew where they are heading to. They are make sure the softwares use in teaching are up to date.
Dane Romley, chair of School of Animation, proudly mentioned that most animation were done in the Philippines. He pointed out that iACADEMY is the only school that offers a degree in animation.
If you’re a game changer, enroll at iACADEMY. And I wish I could enroll too. 😛
Visit iACADEMY to know more.
Apply online here.