UNITED States-based engineering firm MSC Software has appointed FEATI University as its Center of Excellence in the Philippines.
The two organizations will celebrate the milestone on Tuesday, May 7, 2019, starting at 4 p.m. at Solaire Resort and Casino, ASEAN Boulevard, Entertainment City, Paranaque City, Metro Manila.
To launch their partnership, MSC Software and FEATI University will sign a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA), with a number of their officials in attendance as well as local and foreign dignitaries not only from the academe but also from other sectors.
MSC Software is the world’s pioneer with the most advanced engineering simulation software portfolio, a perfect fit for FEATI University, which was founded in 1946.
The founders Don Salvador and Dona Victoria established the country’s first Filipino-owned airline to help the Philippines recover economically from the devastation of World War II.
“The new revolution in engineering technology” — FEATI University President Dr. Adolfo Jesus R. Gopez
This led to the couple’s establishment of “FEATI Institute of Technology to train and develop aircraft mechanics and engineers for the maintenance and operation of the airline industry.”
MSC Software is part of Hexagon, a global leader in digital transformation with a proven heritage in quality and manufacturing technology, which gives it the position to help its customer’s products reach its potential by closing the loop between simulation and reality. Real world performance can be predicted more accurately than ever, creating a more reliable and dependable product at a faster rate.
On the other hand, as the Philippines’ pioneer in aviation education and aeronautical engineering, FEATI University through its partnership with MSC Software takes another leap in helping prepare future engineers from various Engineering disciplines to meet new challenges in product design or product innovation as well as industry requirements which intensifies their employability.
FEATI University President Dr. Adolfo Jesus R. Gopez welcomed the partnership, calling it “the new revolution in engineering technology.” (FEATI)
Featured image courtesy of FEATI University.