STI College

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STI College
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STI College
Motto "Education For Real Life"
Established August 21, 1983
Type Private, for-profit studies
Chairman Monico V. Jacob
President Monico V. Jacob
Students 62,500 nationwide
Undergraduates 13,200 a year
Location Philippines
Campus Multiple campuses nationwide
Colors Yellow, Blue & White               
Mascot Globe

STI College, formerly known as Systems Technology Institute, is the largest network of for-profit information technology based colleges in the Philippines. This private college system offers a curriculum including business studies, computer science, education, engineering and health care. It is wholly owned by the STI Education Systems Holdings Inc. of Eusebio H. Tanco.

STI uses a trimestral calendar as opposed to the typical semestral collegiate education program mostly used by Philippine universities.

STI has branches all over the Philippines and claims to be the second largest IT-based educational institution in Asia.[1]

STI Academic Center at University Parkway Drive in Bonifacio Global City, Metro Manila.

The acronym STI has been declared as an orphan initialism after their name change in 2006.


STI was organized in 1983, when entrepreneurs Augusto C. Lagman, Herman T. Gamboa, Benjamin A. Santos and Edgar H. Sarte set up the Systems Technology Institute to train people in programming and IT. At first there were two schools, and now there are more than 100.

Programs include: information and communications technology, engineering, health care, business & management, hospitality and tourism management.[2]

But started last 2006, the acronym of STI is no longer the meaning as Systems Technology Institute because it is not only the school of Technology and Sciences but with Health, Arts, Managements, Businesses, Hospitality and Culinary school. It is only STI College without meaning but the school for learning students. But still in this present, IT and CS courses is the largest population in this school.

DLS - STI College[edit]

Main article: DLS-STI College

In 2002, STI obtained a majority share in De los Santos College to create the DLS-STI College of Health Professions. In 2006, they acquired a stake in the De Los Santos Medical Center, now known as De Los Santos - STI Medical Center.[3]


STI College is the Philippines' largest network of colleges with over 200 campuses nationwide.

Metro Manila
  • Alabang
  • Caloocan[4]
  • Cubao
  • Fairview
  • Global City
  • Las Pinas
  • Makati
  • Marikina
  • Muñoz-EDSA[5]
  • Novaliches
  • Parañaque
  • Pasay
  • Quezon Avenue
  • Recto
  • Shaw
  • Taft Avenue
North Luzon
  • Alaminos City
  • Angeles
  • Antipolo
  • Baguio
  • Panay
  • Taytay
  • Cainta
  • Balagtas
  • Balanga
  • Baliuag
  • Cabanatuan
  • Cauayan
  • Dagupan
  • Guagua
  • Ilagan
  • Laoag
  • La Union
  • Malolos
  • Meycauayan
  • Muñoz
  • Ilongapo
  • San Carlos
  • San Fernando, La Union
  • San Fernando, Pampanga
  • San Jose, Nueva Ecija
  • Santiago City
  • Sta. Maria
  • Tarlac
  • Tuguegarao
  • Urdaneta
STI College Campus, Santa Cruz, Laguna

According to the latest CHED data, the STI Network is the Philippines’ largest, private, for profit tertiary education provider in the Philippines, by number of students, with a network of education institutions comprising approximately 67,361 students in 65 STI branded college campuses and 20 educational centres.

The Group also owns and operates two non-STI branded colleges and will manage one university.

Other higher education institutions owned by STI

See also[edit]

STI Novaliches Academic Center in Novaliches, Quezon City

Other higher education institutions in the Philippines of similar type:


  1. ^ "STI Colleges and Education Centers". Retrieved 2013-09-14. 
  2. ^ "STI Colleges and Education Centers - Education for Real Life". Retrieved 2013-09-14. 
  3. ^ "STI, De los Santos hospital merge". Archived from the original on 2007-11-09. Retrieved 2008-03-29. 
  4. ^ "STI College Caloocan". Retrieved 2013-09-14. 
  5. ^ "STI College Munoz - EDSA | Angat Estudyante! Angat STI! – Education for Real Life!". 2013-08-22. Retrieved 2013-09-14. 

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