August 14, 2015 was special for the FEATI community; management, academe, employees, parents and students gathered as one to observe University Day, the culmination of Welcome FEATInians Week, and to hold the Students’ and Parents’ Orientation. On the same day was launched the year long celebration of the incredible 70th milestone of a University that was built and nurtured through the decades by sheer grit and determination.more >>
Adonis was a recent visitor to FEATI University and caused quite a thrill among the employees and students as the 5’10” Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Alumnus Class 1975-1980 strode into campus unaware of the pink-cheeked fuss he was stirring.more >>
The hallways and classrooms are quiet this time of year. Despite the absence of youth and their lively chatter and the pitter-patter of their shoes (kicks, as they call it), the FEATI community---officers, faculty, and employees---still took a moment, albeit simply, to celebrate the University’s 69th Foundation Day with a thanksgiving mass and a modest salo-salo.more >>
Following tradition, FEATI University observed Founders’ Day on the 108th birthday of its grand dame, president and founder, Victoria Lopez de Araneta (VLA), also honoring founding
president Salvador Zaragoza Araneta (SZA). VLA became the second president of FEATI in 1951 when SZA was invited by President Elpidio Quirino to become a member of his cabinet. VLA was to become highly prominent in the University’s day-to-day operations, but SZA’s support was instrumental to the University’s success. more >>
Le Pavillon in Pasay City became the venue for FEATI University’s High School Reunion: GR’15. The love month on which it was held also brought together alumni from 1965 through 1985. That evening guests were greeted by beautiful acoustic music as they registered and had their photos taken at the commemorative photo wall. Ron De Los Reyes, perhaps the most visible and widely-recognized personality to come out of the Class of 1971 emceed the affair after Maureen Orancia led everyone in prayer.more >>
CME in the best tip-top shape it’s ever been, is looming larger on the radar of maritime education and continuously enhancing its reputation as a maritime college that ‘can and will’ as it rises to NUMBER ONE on the list of Maritime Higher Education Institutions in the National Capital Region with a recognized Merchant Marine (Deck) Officer Program (Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation) and Merchant Marine (Engineer) Officer Program (Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering). more >>
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. more >>
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 >>