BIT International College
|BIT (Bohol Institute of Technology) International College|
|Type||Private, Non-sectarian, Co-ed|
|President||Atty. Dionisio Balite (President Emeritus)|
|Location||Tagbilaran City, Bohol, Philippines|
|Campus||Tagbilaran City (Main)
|Nickname||BIT-nians, BIT Cruisers|
The BIT International College, formerly the Bohol Institute of Technology or BIT is a private, non-sectarian, co-educational tertiary institution of higher learning in Tagbilaran City, Bohol, Philippines.
The school was founded by University of Bohol alumnus Atty. Dionisio Balite together with his wife Dr. Lilia Balite in 1981.
It offers various college courses, primary and secondary education. It is situated along 100 Gallares Street, and has branches in the towns of Talibon, Jagna, Carmen in Bohol and even in the province of Siquijor and in Butuan City. How BIT came to be known as an international college remains to be a mystery.
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