Asian College of Science and Technolgy (Asian College) first came to existence as the Asian Institute of Electronics (AIE), founded in 1972 by Dr. Constancio A. Sia and his wife, Gloria Durano Sia.
Incorporated that same year, AIE tried to fill the demand in high-quality training and education in electronics and technology in the Philippines. It opened its doors to 300 students in 1973, in a few rooms of the Prudential Bank Bldg., in Cubao, Quezon City.
AIE was later accredited by the Department of Education, Culture and Sport (DECS) as a full-fledged college, precipitating a change in name to Asian College of Science and Technology (ACSAT).
Today, Asian College’s main campus is located in Aurora Blvd., Quezon City. The Center is an eight-storey building that provides a conducive learning atmosphere with modern facilities such as air-conditioned classrooms, LCD and overhead projectors, complete library facilities, electronic testing tools and equipment, internet access, audiovisual room, gym, simulated hospital and professional kitchen laboratories. Its faculty and administrative staff are professionals in their fields, well-motivated, and devoted to providing high-quality education.
History Of Asian College
Won the National Championships in Electronics Division again in the National Youth Skills Olympics
Unhampered campus expansions and franchises across the country in Metro Manila and various provinces
Relocates main campus to Aurora Blvd., Quezon City
The new name ushers in a new era for the school as it strives to continuously evolve with the changing times, not merely catering to science and technology courses, but also focused on developing professionals in the fields of business and management.