Welcome to STI College Muñoz – EDSA
In the ‘90s, the need for graduates of Computer Science became apparent. STI thus resolved to convert its schools into colleges with bachelor programs in Information Technology. In line with STI’s thrust, STI COLLEGE- MUÑOZ EDSA was converted into a college in 1995.
STI COLLEGE-MUÑOZ EDSA continues and will continue to stand committed to its vision and mission.
- We are an educational institution composed of dedicated and competent personnel who provide quality education and services to our community of learners.
- We advocate “ANGAT ESTUDYANTE” principle through development of four important values of our students: Pursuit of Knowledge, Positive Attitude, Interpersonal skill, and integrity.
- We build an effective partnership with the family of our learners, involving them in training our students to be productive citizens of our country.
- We provide education for real-life programs and activities to challenge student in maximizing their full potential.
Our Core Values
- Faith in God
- Love for Country
- Academic Excellence
STI College Muñoz – EDSA, 2nd Flr. Tanco-cu Bldg. EDSA cor., Congressional Ave. Quezon City, Philippines 1105 Telephone No: 920-8645
Have you ever stood on a crossroad, wondering about the fastest and easiest way to your destination? Guess what! It is not about the easiest nor the fastest way but the BEST way towards your goal, and we are glad to announce that STI College Munoz-EDSA can help you decide on the best way through our Career Guidance Program (CGP).Read more
Our CGP is a fun, interactive workshop that helps the youth discover what they really want to become, and where they really want to be by answering the three essential questions on life: “Who I am?” “Where should I go?” and “How do I get there?” The workshop emphasizes the power of choice through games and group activities.
At the end of the workshop, the youth attendees were challenged to make wise decisions in life. This includes what track or specialization to take in Senior High School and the possible career opportunities in store for them. Hence, should they want to move further forward, they can do so by first believing in themselves, and knowing where and how to get to their desired place. It has been conducted to hundreds of youth from our partner schools like Francisco School, and partner organizations like Children International.
Above all, our students are our topmost priority and more empowerment workshops like this are held for them only here in STI College Munoz-EDSA where they not just conquer crossroads, but also be victorious in their run towards the finish line.
Take Advantage of the “Last Chance”
Perhaps you’ve kept on hearing the line “don’t let this chance pass you by” but you just can’t keep on ignoring it. This time, there should be no doubting or considering second thoughts to go back to studying!
In reference to the memorandum order STI schools received from the Chairperson of the Commission on Higher Education, this academic year 2017-2018 is the LAST CHANCE for two-year program finishers and college undergraduates to continue to a Bachelor’s Degree, and for high school graduates to enroll to first year college because by 2018, only graduates of Senior High School are allowed to enroll to College.
Here are some frequently asked questions regarding the LAST CHANCE.
QUESTION: I am a graduate of High School in 2015. Can I enroll to college?
Yes! Graduates of 2015 and the preceding years (2014, 2013, 20112, etc.) have this last chance to enroll to college this academic year 2017-2018. If you let this chance pass you by, you will have to enroll to Senior High School by 2018-2019 if you want to go back to studying.
QUESTION: I am a college undergraduate. I studied for two years in college and decided to stop schooling to work. What will happen to me?
You have this last chance to continue your program. The subjects you took and passed may be credited if you enroll this A.Y. 2017-2018. Otherwise, you will have to go back to Grade 11 should you wish to study again by A.Y. 2018-2019.
QUESTION: I graduated from a two-year program in 1997. Am I included in this?
Yes! All two-year program finishers will be considered High School Graduates by 2018. Meaning to say, your two-year certificate will be considered at par with a Senior High School diploma. Needless to say, if you wish to go back to studying by 2018-2019, you will have to enroll to First Year College again.
Don’t fret! You have this last chance, A.Y. 2017-2018 to continue your program to a Bachelor’s Degree without having to go back to square one anymore.
Most of us have been in a situation when we’re given only ONE LAST CHANCE. Whether in life, love, career or school, we are advised to not let the chance pass us by. So, what are you waiting for? Grab that phone and inquire at 9208645 or visit us at STI College Munoz-EDSA’s Admissions Office and we’d be glad to assist you as you take advantage of this last chance with us.