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STI Opens 300M-Worth Academic Center

Promised to be the most advanced campus, STI recently opened it's P300M-worth academic center, with the hope of providing better learning environment for its students.

the building sitting on a 2,632 square meter lot would house the institution’s first center for the arts (includes photography, music, theater and culinary). it would also serve as main headquarters for all academic and administrative operations of the entire STI network.

"We are moving out from just renting buildings to having our own so that students are given better learning environments and have more space for the things they need," STI President and CEO Monico Jacob said.

this is definitely good news to the IT industry and to the IT PINOYs! found this nice blog c/o mhelgarrido.blogspot.com about this new facility.

read more via [inquirer.net]

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