A good design means a good product! Learning Adobe Photoshop can instantly help you create good designs for your collaterals and other materials. The short course in Photo Editing covers lessons in editing images, creating beautiful background and layout, and then preparing your creation for publishing using Adobe Photoshop CS6. Classes for this course will […]
Are you planning to shift to a new career? Do you have the passion for arts and design, computer software and technology, or animation and programming? CIIT has the best programs in Multimedia Arts and Fine Arts to fully enhance those creative skills. We offer great opportunities for software engineers, game developers, and animators to […]
The Game Developers Association of the Philippines (GDAP) held its #GameFest2015, an annual gathering of game developers and enthusiasts in the industry, on October 2-3, 2015 at The Alpha Tents at the Alphaland Southgate in Makati. Apart from being a sponsor in the event, our school President, Mr. Niel Dagondon, was one of the guest […]
Lights, music, and people – the night was filled so many things but mostly of these three. It is the time of the year, a highly anticipated night every CIIT student is always looking forward to. This is the night we are called to have fun and enjoy, dress up and be ourselves, and unite […]
Osias Bantug and Kristoffer Lirazan, both second year Game Development students of CIIT, won fifth place at the recently held Stencyl Game Jam 2015.
One of the most-awaited event in a student’s life is the day he finally sets foot on that stage where his diploma awaits, where he can finally reap the fruit of his hard work.
Third year students led by Jim Mikael Carpio, Game Development; Rex Sueno, MMA Graphic Design; and Khalil Albuainain, MMA 3D Visualization; won third place at the recently held Sportshouse App Challenge joined by 16 competing teams from various universities and colleges.
CIIT College of Arts and Technology is pleased to announce its partnership with Microsoft Philippines, Inc. aiming to aid in the academic development programs of the school
Imagination is more important than knowledge, we believe. And as an arts school ourselves, CIIT encourages a creative environment where students can further develop and freely express their skills and passion in the arts.
Second year Video and Motion Graphics student Dexter Jordan and MMA Diploma students Amiel Kabigting and Kathrine Jamandre placed third in the recently held online, amateur video competition Pangraph.PH.
All third and fourth year high school students in Metro Manila are encouraged to join this annual competition focused in traditional and digital arts to win cash and scholarships from CIIT College of Arts and Technology on Saturday, 7 March 2015, in Quezon City. CIIT College of Arts and Technology will hold its annual […]
Graphika Manila is the biggest design and multimedia conference in the Philippines for a decade now since its commencement in 2006. Celebrating its tenth anniversary this 2015, the conference was held for two days for the first time from January 31 to February 1 at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City.
The winner of the 4th Video Music Awards, Figtree Wonders, will debut in the mainstream as local band UNICO releases their winning entry as the official music video of their single “Alone”.
Sheina Cortez, CIIT’s student council vice president for this school year, won second place for her entry, Wanderboy, at the recently concluded National Digital Arts Awards (NDAA) 2014 under the Motion Graphics Category for students. She also won People’s Choice Award for the same category.
Established in 2008, CIIT provides Multimedia Arts & Information Technology education that is crafted to equip its students with relevant skills that ensure great careers after graduation. It is the brainchild of Mr. Niel Dagondon, CIIT's current president, and also the founder of Anino Games, the country's first and largest game development firm.
The idea of opening CIIT came from the difficulty of finding Software Engineer, Digital and Multimedia graduates who were ready for work in the careers they were trained for. What few talents that were present were easily pirated by studios and production houses abroad. This limited the huge potential in growth in the Business Process Outsourcing industry for non-voice services. One such example is the global game development and digital arts industry which is constantly in need of talented developers for web, games, mobile application, graphic design, and the like.