Asian Institute of Computer Studies

School Details
Private Non-Sectarian
Mr. Manuel T. Asis – President/Chairman of the Board
Address : 3/F A. Francisco, Ten Commandments Bldg., Rizal Avenue Ext., Grace Park, Caloocan City
Telephone : (02) 363-04-97; 323-31-24
Fax : (02) 935-16-51
Website: http://aics.edu.ph/
Year Established : 1996

Academic Programs
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
Associate in Computer Science
Associate in Computer Secretarial
Associate in Computer Technology

With the institution’s goal of providing quality but affordable IT education, AICS paves the way to spread its thrust growing into numerous branches strategically located within Metro Manila, and other provinces in Luzon. AICS, was established in November 1996 with a pioneer branch in Fairview, QC, fronting SM Fairview that covers nearby areas like Lagro, Bagong Silang, Novaliches and Bulacan. It started with a few students enrolled in the 2 –year Computer Science, Computer Technology and also in the short courses program.

Immediately the following school year, June 1997, the school took its leap garnering more than 300 students from the said areas. It has incredibly maintained more than 1,000 enrollees since school year of 2000-2001 making it the biggest AICS branch in terms of population. During the same period, June 1997, AICS España, which is in Sampaloc, Manila, opened with the same program. In year 2001, AICS took its bold step in offering BS Computer Science along with the existing programs in AICS Caloocan Branch located in Grace Park, Caloocan City. In 2003 AICS opened another branch beside SM Bicutan having an initial enrolment of 323 and with an amazing 965 population in its 2005-2006 school year opening, setting forth an unprecedented record in the history of AICS.

Immediately after a year in June 2004 AICS Taytay Branch was opened and grew from barely 50 freshmen students soaring to more than 400 in its 2nd year of operation. AICS extended its venture In Luzon’s northern part as early as 1998 through AICS Dau, in Mabalacat, Pampanga, which started in June 1998 and has to this date more than 800 students. AICS San Fernando opened in June 2002, AICS Marilao, in June 2004 and lately AICS Tarlac last June of 2005. AICS began its operation in Southern Luzon last June of 1998 in Panapaan, Bacoor, which garnered an amazing 308 students in its 1st year of operation. It was a record-breaking number in two years lately surpassed by Bicutan in 2005. It was followed by AICS Sta. Rosa that was opened just this June of 2005.

With its total of nine years in existence, AICS still vows to continually expand, extend its services and take part in the building up of the future generation in this modern world of Information Technology.

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