BIT International College

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BIT International College
BIT International.jpg
Main campus
Other name
Balite Institute of Technology
Type Private, non-sectarian, Co-educational
Established 1981
President Atty. Dionisio Balite (President Emeritus)
Address 100 Gallares Street, 6300 Tagbilaran City (Tagbilaran Campus), Tagbilaran City, Bohol, Philippines
Campus Tagbilaran City (Main)
Talibon
Jagna
Carmen
Siquijor
(as Balite Institute of Technology)
Butuan City
(as Balite Institute of Technology)
Nickname BIT-nians, BIT Cruisers, BIT-IC Beavers
Website http://www.bit-internationalcollege.com

The BIT International College (BIT-IC), 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 with his wife Dr. Lilia Balite in 1981.

It offers college courses, primary and secondary education. It is situated along 100 Gallares Street, and has branches in the towns of Talibon, Jagna, and Carmen in Bohol, as well as in the province of Siquijor, and in Butuan City where it is using the trade name Balite Institute of Technology.

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Coordinates: 9°38′47.2806″N 123°51′9.5148″E / 9.646466833°N 123.852643000°E / 9.646466833; 123.852643000