Global City Innovative College

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Global City Innovative College
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Motto Transforming Lives. Innovative Education.
Established February 2002
Type Private tertiary school
Location 444 EDSA, Makati City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Hymn Global hymn
Colors Yellow and green         
Nickname Globalian
Affiliations Commission on Higher Education, Technical Education and Skills Development Authority, St. Luke's Medical Center, Cardinal Santos Medical Center.
Website www.global.edu.ph

Global City Innovative College is a private college at the heart of Bonifacio Global City, Makati City / Taguig City Metro Manila. It began in 2002 when a group of entrepreneurs joined to establish the first collegiate education center in what was then the Fort Bonifacio Special Economic Zone. It is non-denominational, co-educational, and primarily serves the students in its area. Known as "the Yellow Building," the school is located along 31st Street at the corner of 2nd Avenue near Metro Manila's main thoroughfare, EDSA.

Course offerings include BS Nursing, BS Education, major in English, BS Business Administration, BS Hospitality Management and other Technical/ Vocational short courses. It is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education and the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority.

Administration[edit]

The school has a central administration led by the college president Michael See Tan who oversees academic affairs, institutional development, community relations, international linkages and other operational concerns. Each of the five colleges are usually led by a dean, with the exception of the Technical/Vocational unit, which is led by a director who facilitates the short courses as mandated by TESDA.

Global students
The Juan Carlos Amphitheater

Colleges[edit]

The Global College of Nursing Mini Hospital

School of Nursing[edit]

Nursing students are trained in a mini hospital and skills laboratories and facilities. They gain experience through a network of partner health agencies.

GCIC Hotel & Restaurant Training Center

School of International Hospitality Management[edit]

About the college[edit]

The preparation, development and improvement of curriculum/instruction, facilities and equipment needed in the Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management (BSHM) program took one year.

In February 2008, the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) granted Global the authority to open BSHM Level I and II under Government Permit CHED-NCR No. C-002, Series of 2008.

In June 2008, the School of International Hospitality Management opened its course offering, Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management. Following the CHED-TESDA interface curriculum, the dean of the college, a BSHRM and MSBA-HRM graduate, spearheaded the design of lessons and training program presentation. The other seven terminal competencies with National Certificate Level II under TESDA are issued upon completion and passing the trade skills test.

Technical-Vocational Department[edit]

Student life[edit]

Houses[edit]

  • Aer
  • Aqua
  • Ignis
  • Solis
  • Terra
Student activities at GCIC

Student organizations[edit]

  • Global Supreme Students Association
  • Globalian Press Corps
  • Commission on Student Elections (ComSEL)
  • Management Society of Global (MSG)
  • Global Education Organization (GEO)
  • Med.Tech. Organization (METEOR)
  • Global Student Nurses Association of the Philippines
  • Global Chorale
  • Dance Groove
  • Es Cosmos
  • Rockoustica
  • Lifebox
  • Exempli Gratia Foundation
  • Red Cross Youth
  • Student Catholic Action

Office of the Alumni Affairs[edit]

The Office of the Alumni Affairs (OAA), created under the Office of the President, serves as liaison between the alumni and the Global community.

The Office of Alumni Affairs assists the Global and the Global Alumni Association, Inc. (GAAI) in involving the alumni in institutional and alumni activities. It represents the college and GAAI at institutional and alumni activities.

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