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Students from School of International Hospitality and Tourism Management (SIHTM) came home after their six-months Student Internship Abroad Program (SIAP) in Bangkok, Thailand.

In partnership with two of the renowned hotels in Bangkok, the Urbana Hotel and Centara Grand at Central World, 16 Dominicans from SIHTM were able to immerse themselves in a real-life work setting. They have spent six months, with allowance, working to various departments such as Front Office Departments, Food and Beverage Department and Banquet Services.

Days after their arrival in the Philippines, the students had the chance to share their experiences during their lunch with the school president, Dr. Gregorio A. Andaman Jr. Here, they shared how pleased they are of being able to work abroad, “Thailand Internship Program is indeed the most fulfilling part of my life”, says Ashlyne Joyce Olivarez, a Tourism student. Through this program, the students were able to learn different skills and apply their learnings from SDCA. According to Arah Teope, “I was given a chance to show off what I’ve got and what I’ve learned from my school.”

Dominicans are also looking forward for another batch of trainees who will be experiencing the SIAP. Want to be a globally competitive hotelier? Visit us to know more about our programs, enrollment for college is now open.


Students from Basic Education, Sean Hanlict Asehan and Jehu Jaziel V. Guevarra won 3rd place in the MakeX World Robotics Competition held in Guangzhou, China, from November 28 to December 1, 2019.

Asehan and Guevarra represented the Philippines in the Elementary category during the competition. They were chosen through the MakeX Robotics Competition Starter which was participated by various schools around the country, held in Sta. Rosa Laguna. Out of several participants, the Dominicans bagged the championship award together with their coach, Catherine Beltran.

St. Dominic College of Asia Basic Education students bagged the CHAMPIONSHIP award in the First Creotec MakeX Robotics 2019 City Guardian Competition held in Sta. Rosa, Laguna last October 23-24,2019..

Jehu Jaziel V. Guevarra and Sean Hanlict G. Asehan will be representing the Philippines in China on November 28 to December 2, 2019. The students will be accompanied and guided by their coach, Ma. Catherine Joy D. Beltran.

The theme of Creotec MakeX Robotics 2019 City Guardian Competition is City Lights. The challenge for the participating students includes everyday problems such as food safety, recycling and many more.

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