CTU Medellin poised to fuel aviation prospect

CTU Medellin would soon be home to those who aspire to a successful career in the aviation industry; thanks to the CTU- Philippine State College of Aeronautics (PhilSCA) consortium, which sends a clear message of offering aircraft maintenance technology and aviation electronics technology as per PhilSCA’s Resolution No. 354, s. of 2019.

“Strong need for complementation…towards becoming globally responsive” was PhilSCA President Marwin Dela Cruz’s raison d’être in the letter to CHED NCR director dated June 6th (furnished to CTU President Rosein Ancheta Jr.) to fast-track assessment of program compliance.

Medellin campus was gifted with an area suited to the required environment strictly mandated by CHED, in preparation for the long-haul training with whoever wants to turn tables on his life given the vast opportunities in the industry.

Philippine State College of Aeronautics (PhilSCA) is recognized as one of the country’s aeronautical engineering schools, with four campuses in Pasay, Batangas, Cebu and Pampanga. UICPA