If high school is the best and happiest part of being a student, how does it feel to be a college student? Of course, the top one response to this question is “it is soooo stressful to be a college student.” Then I ask, “why?” and then the common answer comes out, “THESIS!!” Yes, college life is about thesis and endless projects and homework that comes with the deadline that is same as the schedule of your recitation and final exam, #FML right? But have you ever thought of what college is really about? The sense of doing every non-sense thing that your professor asks you to do? The reason why you are memorizing those formulas and understanding each not-making-any-sense number and letter? The answer is simple, welcome to the real life where not everything you do for living is what you really want, but gives you a book of life’s do’s and don’ts that will sooner or later become your life’s handout and ultimate formula.

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I am not saying that life sucks and unfair, because since the beginning of all the decision and action you did, you have always been accompanied by “choice” and “balance”, and these two are the scope to make your life happy and worth it. Why these two are important? Because #YOLO (You Only Live Once). That is why college is there, because everyone has adjustment period and everyone should be trained to be prepared in facing the reality of life; because in college, you learn to be independent, strong, street smart, responsible, and most especially, you learn that procrastination produces nothing but a trashy outcome –unless you are good at it!

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But how will you learn these things if you chose an environment that lacks the ability to provide enough knowledge and training, which should be the one that will enhance and challenge each of your skills, learning, personality and experiences?

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Being one of the best colleges in the country, iACADEMY makes sure to provide the needs that each college student must earn to prepare him or her to the real world industry. iACADEMY prioritizes three things: first, excellent education technique that caters students’ needs through in-class and practical instruction; second, it provides sufficient equipment and technology in each classroom that can be used by students for a better educational experience; and third, it has an overall environment designed to make students ready for the workforce –nothing teaches students better than hands-on immersion, which can be done via internships, study abroad programs, mentorship programs and other non-classroom educational initiatives.

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So if you think that these things are what your current college is lacking or if you think that your present college is not a great fit for you, iACADEMY is open for transferees. iACADEMY understands that transferees are a source of quality and diverse students, which is why they try to provide rational and easier transfer policies. Interested applicants can start by following this simple 3-step process:

  1. Get a copy of your current college transcript and download the iACADEMY transferee application form from the website.
  2. Fill out the form and bring it when you visit the campus.
  3. Upon submission of the application form, iACADEMY’s admissions counselors will provide you with the following information:
  • Which of your current subjects and units will be credited to iACADEMY after transfer.
  • Schedule for guidance counseling regarding your academic future with our team.
  • Detailed next steps on what you can do to move forward with the process of transferring.

Wondering how really it is to be a student of iACADEMY? Just click play and watch this YouTube video below!

For more information, you can visit www.iacademy.edu.ph, call (02) 889-7777, like www.facebook.com/iACADEMY or send an email to inquiry@iacademy.edu.ph. You can also drop by the iAcademy campus at 324 Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, Bel Air, Makati.