25 Years of Real-Life Education
Four visionaries saw the increasing demand for computer professionals as an inspiration to set up a training center that will help strengthen the foundation of the then booming industry of information technology (IT).
On August 21, 1983, well-respected entrepreneurs and friends, Augusto C. Lagman, Herman T. Gamboa, Benjamin A. Santos and Edgar H. Sarte, came together to set up Systems Technology Institute – a training center that delivers basic programming education to professionals and students.
Starting with just two IT schools in the early 1980’s, STI now provides ICT-enhanced education to more than 100 campuses here and abroad. Its programs include courses in Information and Communications Technology (ICT), Engineering, Healthcare, Business & Management, Hotel and Restaurant Management, and Education.
STI has expanded its network to provide education at the basic, secondary, and tertiary levels. And with 19 schools offering a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing, STI is one of the largest networks of nursing colleges in the Philippines.
For twenty-five years since its establishment, STI has transcended beyond ICT, beyond education, and beyond the Philippines.
History of STI College Balayan
the consequence of the productive effort of people who were able to
create new ways of responding to various challenges of their time and
it holds true to STI College Balayan.
Founded on March 20, 1998 and affiliate with STI Colleges in the Philippines, it occupied only the second floor of PED Plaza Business Centre at Brgy. Ermita Balayan, Batangas. It started as STI Balayan (Balayan Computer Service Incorporated) educating 296 students for certificate in Applied Computer Programming.
On the following years, STI Balayan offers two-year courses (Diploma in Computer Studies, Diploma in Computers and Electronics Technology and Diploma in E-commerce Programming) and short term courses/tutorials. And with the concerted efforts of its staff and faculty, it became the center of computer education in Western Batangas, and on June 2002 it was inaugurated as STI College Balayan with the initial of 61 enrollees for Bachelor of Science in Computer Science as its first four-year course.
Presently, STI College Balayan is offering high-quality education in business (Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Diploma in Computer Secretarial), education
(Bachelor in Secondary Education), Information and Communication
Technology (Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Diploma in Information Technology, Diploma in E-Commerce Programming) and engineering (Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering, Diploma in Computer and Electronics Technology), multimedia arts (Diploma in Multimedia Arts).
As STI College Balayan, continuous to grow with its number of students and faculty members, it continues to give quality education not only cultivating and enhancing academic and social skills of its students but also inspiring them to achieve excellence at par with global standards.
Mission and Vision
To be the leader in ICT-enabled human resource development through innovative learning and career planning methodologies
We envision a technologically empowered society whose development and growth is driven by a knowledge-based workforce.
Enrollment to Employment (E2E) System
Establishing one’s career in today’s competitive environment has become an endless pursuit to most job seekers. Employers too are increasingly having a hard time finding the right person for the job. Too often, there remains a huge gap between the skills required by the industry and what a graduate has learned from school,hence job mismatch arises.
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