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BE DIGITAL. BE GLOBAL WITH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COURSE AT SOUTHVILLE

WHY BS IT AT SISC?

The BS Information Technology course at Southville international School & Colleges is structured to produce graduates that are prepared for the global workforce. The technology landscape continuously changes with new technologies rapidly replacing existing ones. We are able ensure that graduates receive the best international education to prepare them for careers locally and globally.

  • Cutting edge technology: Java, .Net, SQL, Oracle, Mobile, Web 2.0, Virtual Infrastructure 
  • 100% Passing Rate Microsoft Certified Database Specialist
  • ETS TOEIC Certified English Communication skills

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"Having global technology credentials and strong English skills landed me my dream job"

LEA VALERA
Software Engineer, Netsuite (NYSE: N)

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RECENT NEWS AND ARTICLES

 

100% Passing Rate for Southville BS IT Students in Microsoft Technology Associate Certification

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October 21, 2016 - 20 of the BS Information Technology students of Southville International School and Colleges took and passed the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialists for SQL Server 2008 (MCTS)  and are now recognized worldwide as Microsoft Certified Professionals.

Four months prior to that, 30 students also took the Microsoft certifications and aced the certification garnering a record of 100% passing rate for Southville examinees since 2010 or six years in a row! [read more]

 

 

 

Youth for Internet Governance Forum: Responsible in the Digital World

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July 23, 2016 - Dean Aris Ignacio and 21 students of Southville International School and Colleges - College of Information Technology took flight for Taipei, Taiwan to represent the Philippines in the 2016 Youth for Internet Governance Forum (YIGF). 

Jozeff Perez, Margareth Cailing Arvin Reyes, Ardonuel Bautista, Jamaela Fae Chua, Ana Patricia Dagdag, Dominique Frogoso, Rafael Lagrisola, Adrian Linsangan, Aaron Paul Macabebe, Alexander Bagorio, James Montes, Jan Myckel Perez, Mico Salvador, Winnie Mae Silva, Miguel Efraim Virtusio, Ian Patrick Ylagan participated in the seminars and workshop on Internet usage, policy awareness, and internet governance... [read more]

 

 

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