(Updated as of Jul 10, 2018)
Asian College was established in 1972 by Dr. Constancio A. Sia and his wife, Gloria Durano-Sia as the Asian Institute of Electronics (AIE). AIE branched out in other parts of the Philippines and in 1995, the by then, Department of Education, Culture, and Sports granted it accredited as a full-pledge college institution changing its name into Asian College of Science and Technology (ACSAT). From its initial course offerings, ACSAT added new programs aside from technology and by 2012, it was renamed as the Asian College.
Asian College has branches in Quezon City and Dumaguete City. The school offers courses under its 3 colleges: Business Management, Computer Studies, and Tourism and Hospitality Management. Its Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)-accredited programs include modular and short courses. It also has a senior high school program with Technical-Vocational and Livelihood, Academic, and Arts and Design Tracks.
Asian College accredited by the Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) and TESDA.
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