AIT WELCOMES NEW BATCH OF ACCEPTED APPLICANTS
After a series of interviews held last week, 87 shiftees and transferees from other universities and UP campuses have been accepted for the first semester of 2013. Fourteen students, however still remain either on the waitlist or on probation.
Below are the links of accepted students who made it for this semester:
For accepted students, kindly inform the Office of the Institute Secretary as soon as possible to confirm your intention to enrol at AIT. You must confirm before the deadline of Tuesday, 28 May 2013. Please follow further instructions by clicking here.
Welcome to AIT!
35TH PARANGAL PARA SA MAGULANG AT UPFI YESTERDAY
The UPFI stage was adorned with flowers yesterday as AIT's 35th Parangal Para sa Magulang conferred 80 graduates of Batch 2013. Over a hundred parents, relatives, and friends attended the event that also highlighted the students' dedication to their parents.
END OF ANOTHER BUSTLING YEAR FOR AIT
Another school year is about to end with several things to look back and reflect, as well as many exciting things to look forward to. Last few weeks have been an endurance test for many senior students who took underwent their TOUR 200 thesis defence. At the end of the day however, many felt the joyous moment of finally ending the barrage of questions from their panelist professors. Such joy was just a quickie for most still had to experience the next step of revisions and incorporation of comments and suggestions.
SETs EXTENDED TO 10 APRIL 2013
An important reminder to all students that the Student Evaluation of Teacher (SET) has been extended to Wednesday, 10 April 2013. This is mandatory for all students to accomplish to enable CRS to allow professors to enter students' grades. To add, students who have not accomplished their SETs will not be able to view their grades through CRS.
According to Dr. Portia Padilla of the Office of the Director of Instruction, "A student who fails to accomplish the SET may lose pre-enlistment privileges or be assigned a low batch run priority in the registration next semester".
8 AIT STUDENTS GEAR UP FOR CHIANG MAI, THAILAND PRACTICUM
[by Asst. Prof. Paolo Fresnoza and Dr. Ed Dela Santa]
Last week, eight students were selected to do their summer on-the-job training (TOUR 109) through Maejo University in Chiang Mai, Thailand. For two exciting months, the students will attend lectures on tourism by professors from Maejo University's School of Tourism Development, visit ecotourism sites around Chiang Mai including the Mae Taeng Elephant Park, stay with Thai families, and receive on-the-job training at Furama Hotel, a partner hotel of Maejo University.