People are in awe of Engineers and for good reason. Nothing on land, air, and sea gets built without them.
At FEATI University’s College of Engineering-Aeronautical Engineering and Aircraft Maintenance Department, the graduates from post WWII to the present day of intense social media continue to trail-blaze their way to a sky-is-the-limit career. Decades of quality education has led to thousands of Filipinos and foreign nationals having gone through #TheGreatFEATIExperience in aviation; and, since a few days ago was International Women’s Day, it is reason for us to rejoice over the fact that FEATIU has been the university of choice for young women who want to build planes or sit in the cockpits of the leading airlines of the world.
Elaine, FEATI University’s candidate, conducted herself in effervescent style and displayed inspired grace under pressure at the Ms. Aviation Philippines 2015 Coronation Night held very recently at the Rigodon Ballroom of the Manila Peninsula.
It was an evening where women of aviation showed that they were more than just pretty faces. As expected our candidate’s hard work (that included months of getting in shape, healthy eating, catching up on the latest news and traveling to event commitments) earned her a well-deserved place in the Top Eight of the finals while taking home the award for Miss Personality.more >>
The last day of January proved to be a cliffhanger for the FEATInian community as the first ever Isetann Department Store & Supermarket’s Miss U-Belt 2015,
one of the most-anticipated events in the area, saw Miss FEATI Joshiene Blease T. Sagun, 2nd year BS Tourism Management, competing on an even keel with 14 other finalists who comprised the best of the best to emerge from a pool of 30 aspirants from UP Manila, UST, MAPUA, FEU, TIP, EAC, PNU, Colegio de San Juan de Letran, Lyceum, and Arellano University.more >>
The University’s College of Maritime Education (CME) went through a two-day exigent verification for re-certification of CHED/MARINA/PRC using the
Outcomes-Based the Outcomes-Based Teaching and Learning (OBTL) instrument under the CHED-mandated Outcomes-Based Education (OBE) framework in the last quarter of 2014.Official results received recently confirm that CME passed the audit and has two months to act on the findings. With both the BS Marine Transportation and BS Marine Engineering programs already at Level I, CME is now preparing for a Level II Accreditation by PACUCOA.more >>
AR. Domingo LL. Tablizo, Jr., FUAP, ASEAN Architect, 30-year public servant (He is Chief of Construction Management at the NBI), and one of the Philippines’ First 40 ASEAN Architects, has been chosen to deliver an inspirational message at the Opening Ceremonies of the National Architecture Week (NAW) December 8, 2014 at the SM Manila Exhibit Hall. The exhibit features the Philippines First 40 ASEAN Architects with AR. Tablizo the sole FEATInian featured in this elite circle. more >>
And then there was one.
Twelve Grand Finalists with different sets of talents gave it their absolute best in front of judges McCoy Fundales (Kenyo/Orange and Lemons); Iyah Tiu Ladip (VIVA Talent/Songstress); and Roberto ‘Bobby’ Tobillo (Joey De Leon Kalokalike/Library Bar Performer). Of these twelve, there was one performance that made a lasting impression. more >>
FEATI University through its Student Assistance Services Office (SASO) and the Graduating Students Preparation
Program a.k.a. GradSPreP is at it again--Preparing students, that is, for the imminent phase of their lives that consists of moving up, landing a job, earning their way, and making a niche in their chosen field.more >>