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Mapúa Admissions

International Students' Guide

Don't know where to start? Click on this link to know what to do and how to go about applying for the University.
Application
The Mapúa University accepts applicants thru its local and international partner agencies.
Partner Agencies
Need help/assistance from your foreign embassy? You may refer to the following contact information here
Foreign Embassies
Wonder what it's like to become a Mapúan? Click here and discover a fun campus life - the Mapúan way
Campus Life
Filipinos are a fun-loving people. Throughout the islands, there are fiestas celebrated everyday and foreign guests are always welcome to their homes.
It's More Fun in the Philippines
Looking for school forms? Download them right here.
Downloadable Forms

Qualifications

Who are Qualified for Admission?


  1. All undergraduate applicants must be non-immigrants and have completed secondary education (senior high school or its equivalent). They must pass the Mapúa Scholastic Aptitude Examination (MSAE) or submit their Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) results before they become eligible for admission.
    • Test score of at least 1600, old SAT (of 2400)
    • Test score of at least 1100, redesigned SAT (of 1600)
    *Scores for the old SAT (of 2400) will be considered until school year 2017-2018 only
  2. All senior high school applicants must be non-immigrants and have completed Grade 10 (junior high school). They must pass the Mapúa Scholastic Aptitude Examination (MSAE) or must have at least 85% General Weighted Average (GWA) and final grades in English, Mathematics and Science in Grade 9.
  3. For non-native English speakers, applicants are required to take and pass the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS). Please refer to item No. 1d under Admission Guidelines for Foreign Applicants.

Admission Guidelines for Foreign Applicants

Change/Conversion of Admission Status


An international student admitted into the Philippines under any visa category may apply in the Bureau of Immigration for the change/conversion of his admission status to that of a student.


Application Procedures


  1. All international student who wish to study at Mapúa are required to submit the autheticated copies of the requirements listed below to the Office of the Registrar for evaluation:
    1. Original copy with school seal, and signature of authorized signatory of the following:
      • Scholastic records or Transcript of Records
      • For undergraduate applicants:

      • Certification of Graduation or Certificate of Completion (Grade 12)
      • For Senior High School applicants:

      • Certificate of Completion (Grade 10)
      • Grade report card 9
    2. Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR) or Special Study Permit (SSP)
    3. Original and photocopy of data page of the applicant’s passport showing date and place of birth, and birth certificate or its equivalent duly authenticated by the Philippine Foreign Service Post.
    4. Five (5) copies of the Student’s Personal History (PHS) duly signed by the applicant, both in English, and in his/her national alphabet accompanied by his/her personal seal, if any, and containing, among others, his left and right thumbprints and a 2x2 inch photograph on plain white background taken not more than six months prior to submission of his/her documents.
    5. A notarized affidavit of support including bank statements or notarized notice of grant for institutional scholars to cover expenses for the student’s accommodation and subsistence, as well as school dues and other incidental expenses
    6. Clearance from the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) for foreign applicant who resided in the Philippines for more than 59 days at the time he applies for the change/conversion of his admission status to that of a student
    7. In cases wherein the applicant is not a native speaker of English, the applicant has to submit his/her TOEFL/IELTS exam results with the following cut-off scores:
      1. TOEFL
        • Internet-based test, score of at least 75
        • Paper and pencil- based test, score of at least 500
        • Computer-based test, score of at least 173
      2. IELTS
        • Overall band of 6.0, no single test score below 5.5
      • Note: If the applicant has not taken either TOEFL or IELTS upon application, he/she must pass the Mapúa English Language Test (MELT) to be given by the Institute's English Language Center (ELC).
  2. The Office of the Registrar, upon evaluation, recommends the applicant to take the Mapúa Scholastic Aptitude Examination (MSAE).
  3. The applicant takes and passes the Mapúa Scholastic Aptitude Examination (MSAE).
    • Note: In lieu of the MSAE, the applicant may instead submit his/her SAT results with a score of at least 1600.
      • Test score of at least 1600, old SAT (of 2400)
      • Test score of at least 1100, redesigned SAT (of 1600)
    *Scores for the old SAT (of 2400) will be considered until school year 2017-2018 only
  4. Upon satisfying the abovementioned requirements, an applicant must then submit to the Office of the Registrar the following documents for enrolment:

    Bureau of Immigration (BI) Checklist of Documentary Requirements for Application for Conversion of Student Visa
    1. Duly notarized letter of request from the applicant, with a statement that all the documents submitted were legally obtained from the corresponding government agencies
    2. Duly notarized General Application Form accomplished by the applicant (BI Form No. MCL-07-01)
    3. Original copy of the Notice of Acceptance (NOA) containing a clear impression of the school's official dry seal or a duly notarized written endorsement from the school for the conversion of the applicant's status signed by the school's Registrar
    4. Original copy of Medical Certificate issued by the Bureau of Quarantine and International Health Surveillance or a government medical institution with competence to certify that the applicant is not afflicted with any dangerous, contagious or loathsome disease and is mentally fit
    5. Photocopy of applicant's passport showing it's bio-page, latest admission and authorized stay of at least 20 days from the date of filing
    6. National Intelligence Coordinating Agency Clearance
    7. Bureau of Immigration (BI) Clearance Certificate
  5. Upon submission of the requirements listed above, the Office of the Registrar prepares the documents and bills the student of the required fees.
  6. The school Liaison Officer submits the documents to the Bureau of Immigration and pays the required fees.
  7. Bureau of Immigration processes the conversion of visa.
  8. The school Liaison Officer claims the visa after two weeks.
  9. The Office of the Registrar informs the student when the Student Visa is already available and assists the student for enrolment.

Note: International students are given one term, upon enrolment, to complete all the documents under Application Procedure item number 4. They may be accepted as a student of the Institute under conditional enrolment if they will enroll without those said documents.

School Calendar

Start of the Program


All qualified applicants for incoming students for Batch 2017 shall start their program on the first term of the academic year of the Institute. Schedule of the terms are:


  • First Term: July 11, 2016
  • Second Term: October 3, 2016
  • Third Term: January 9, 2017
  • Fourth Term: April 17, 2017

Foreign Student Fees

About Mapúa

MAPÚA UNIVERSITY offers its students professional and advanced scientific and engineering education with a healthy dose of the arts, letters, philosophy and social sciences to form men and women who shall possess not only technological expertise but also the human values and perspective that promote moral development. In line with this educational philosophy, the University welcomes international students in its different undergraduate and graduate programs. Click here to view the University 's program offerings.


Academic Programs

Responding to the challenge of globalization in the education sector, Mapúa has adopted the learner-centered Outcomes-Based Education (OBE) system. The OBE system ensures the professional readiness of the students as they are trained to become globally competitive after graduation.


After establishing itself as the leading technological school in the country, Mapúa University has successfully achieved its global status with 10 ABET-accredited programs. ABET is the leading accrediting body for applied science, engineering, computing, and technology programs at universities and colleges worldwide.


The University pioneered in the Philippines the Quarterm system, which divides the academic year into four terms. Quarterm provides an opportunity to students to be in the mainstream of a productive career in the shortest possible time.


Mapúa offers programs that have the highest level of quality only.

  • Undergraduate Program Offerings
  • Graduate Program Offerings
  • Special classes

    All courses/classes (except Filipino classes) are done in English. All the International Students are also required to attend special Filipino classes. In those two courses, they are taught the fundamental skills in speaking, reading and writing in Filipino.

Services

Student Advising


  • Academic Advising

    Academic Advising is the first of the triad which involves the faculty members who are designated as Academic Advisers of all the students assigned to them. They monitor the scholastic performance of the students by assisting them in choosing the group of courses they need to take to ensure that they fulfill the curriculum requirements in the most effective and efficient manner.


    The system enjoined the faculty members to set a schedule of advising hours which could be availed by their advisees. During the term, the academic advisers advise students on how to maximize their academic performance in class. Academic Advisers and Advisees sessions could involve topics for i) helping an advisee plan a course of study (termed as Program Advising), as well as ii) addressing advisee's learning difficulty of the courses (termed as Course Advising). They could also endorse their advisees to other Student Personnel Services (SPS) units based on the nature of their concerns or achievements and potentials.

  • Peer Advising

    Peer Advising (PA) is the second of the triad that involves selected student achievers who passed the qualifications to be a peer adviser. Peer advising involves, but is not limited to the following:

    1. providing academic assistance to students in a form other than classroom style;
    2. strengthening student to student (peer) support; and,
    3. providing an avenue for student achievers to develop their potentials.

    Peer Advisers are volunteer undergraduate students of Mapúa who were screened by the CSA Coordinator. They have undergone special training/orientation in preparation for peer advising. Their tabulated schedules will be posted and they are expected to report at the CSA during their duty hours.


    Students who wish to avail of the PA may visit the CSA to register for the program anytime during the term. They should coordinate with the peer advisers for the scheduling of regular peer advising. Peer Advising formally opens every second week of every term and ends until the ninth week.


    The different programs being undertaken by the peer advisers are:

    1. One-on-one peer mentoring;
    2. CSA Culminating - Final Exam Review
    3. CSA Awareness Campaign; and
    4. Peer Advisers' Enhancement Program;

  • Developmental Advising

    Developmental Advising is the third of the triad that involves the guidance counselors and some selected student volunteers.


    The guidance counselors help the students to achieve better self-understanding so they could acquire intelligent decision making skills that would ultimately lead to the realization of their full potentials.


    Developmental advising involves, but is not limited to the following:

    1. Completion of the Cumulative Record folder (CRF);
    2. Administration of Psychological Test;
    3. Intake Interview of all Freshmen;
    4. Routine Interview and Counseling;
    5. Seminars and Trainings;
    6. Exit Interview for Graduating Students; and
    7. Graduate tracking.

    Through the CGC ASPIRE (Achieving Satisfactory Performance In Response to EWP) Program, the guidance counselors assist the students to achieve an academic status of “Ok” either through counseling and/or peer advising.


    Developmental Advising is being administered by the Center for Guidance and Counseling.


Medical Services/Nearby Health Care Providers


The Institute provides Medical and Dental services to all its' students.


Medical Services include the following:


APPRAISAL ASPECTS:

  • Health examination of the freshmen & consultation of old students.
  • Treatment and dispensing of medicines.
  • Prescribing follow-up medicine & issuance-up medical certificate.
  • Computerized Eye Examination (semi-annually) with the help of a private optometrist.
  • Cleanliness inspection of school surroundings.

PREVENTIVE:

  • Control of communicable diseases through voluntary vaccination. Illnesses like- Chickenpox, Influenza, Hepatitis A & B, Typhoid and MMR vaccine.
  • First aid treatment of minor injuries and mild illness which can be treated in the clinic e.g. - sprain, cough, colds, muscle pain, diarrhea, sore eyes, epigastric pain, hyperacidity and dysmenorrhea.
  • Emergency treatment in case of serious illness and injuries, patients are transported to an affiliate hospital. (MANILA DOCTOR'S HOSPITAL). After medical evaluation has been done at the clinic.
  • Water supply examination and treatment are done by DOH.

REMEDIAL ASPECTS:

  • Referral of patient to other hospitals for further evaluation and management.
  • Follow-up of referred emergency patient at the MANILA DOCTOR's HOSPITAL

Dental Services


SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICES:

  • Seminars are conducted for students relevant to health awareness.
  • Physical examination & issuance of medical certificate for Scholars sponsored by the DOST & Graduate School, OJT, Sports Activities and applicants for Student Assistantship.

Manila Doctor's Hospital is the Institute's affiliate hospital/health care provider. Mapúa Intramuros Campus, being in the heart of Manila, is located near hospitals/health care providers such as Seamen's Hospital, Medical Center Manila, Philippine General Hospital and Ospital ng Maynila.


Mapúa Makati Campus, on the other hand, located inside Makati Central Business District is also strategically located along Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue and is nearby hospitals/health care providers such as Makati Medical Center, St. Luke's Hospital and Ospital ng Makati.

Guidance Society of Mapúa - International Students

For years, the Center for Guidance and Counseling (CGC) has been training talented and service-oriented Mapúans who are willing to serve as peer facilitators to their fellow students. These students compose the Guidance Society of Mapúa (GSM) which has served as the Center for Guidance and Counseling's student service-arm. Its vision is to respond to the developmental needs of the students by providing them with balanced activities and experiences in participatory leadership.


Consistent with its strong conviction in student's potentialities and assets, the society aims its effort to help students in two ways - assisting them in their personal growth and development; and utilizing their personal commitment and voluntary services in the delivery of the guidance program and services to their fellow students.


Along with the different transitions the institute has to go through, GSM has also undergone some restructuring. The most recent change the group has had undeniably gave the organization a huge transformation. CGC's thrust of producing well-adjusted individuals and peer helpers at the same time was complemented by the overwhelming demands of international students to be accommodated.


In support to the initiatives of some foreign students who are cognizant of the needs of their fellow foreign students to be part of a school community without any feelings of discomfort due to racial difference, the Center for Guidance and Counseling took the effort to gather interested foreign students to be part of the Guidance Society of Mapúa.


As a preliminary step, a survey on school adjustment was conducted in order to identify the common concerns of international students and to determine ways to address them. The survey was answered by 53 foreign students, mostly belonging to batches 2009 and 2010. These batches are perceived to have greater adjustment concerns compared to higher batches who considerably have longer time spent in the institute.


The Center for Guidance and Counseling, being the advising party, consistently took time to facilitate essential activities that would address the needs of these international students. Instead of forming an organization of international students, they were adopted to eventually become members of the Guidance Society of Mapúa. True enough, the succeeding activities marked the birth of a new organization with a defined set of objectives and a desire to work towards achieving them. Hence, the name of the organization became GSM-IS to signify that members are mostly "International Students".


Members of the newly-formed Guidance Society of Mapúa-International Students then were able to establish themselves as a group with a set of competent officers, under the supervision of the guidance counselors who have served as their advisers. From then on, GSM-IS has committed itself to upholding the legacy that CGC has envisioned during its earlier conceptualization.


GSM-IS activities include, but are not limited to Freshmen Orientation, Seminar-Workshops on Self-Awareness and Interpersonal Relationship, Facilitating Training Seminar, Leadership Training Seminar, Teambuilding Activities, and Cultural Night.


With this organization, the members are able to gain social learning experiences, create an avenue where potentials can be shared, developed, and maximized, and establish social support (sense of belongingness, interpersonal relationships/ social interaction, helping resources, and teamwork).

Off-campus Accommodation

The Mapúa University, based on city and national building and safety standards, has recommended the following housing facilities off-campus. Please coordinate directly with the contact person of your desired accommodation should you wish to know more information.


Name of Accommodation
Madrigal Dormitory


Madrigal Dormtel




Zen Towers







Casa Consuelo



Maia Suites



TRP Building





The Beacon Makati










Sta. Philomena Residences






Ramagi Building




Manila Real Residences
Address

Bgy. 658 Magallanes St. Intramuros, Metro Manila

Cabildo St. Intramuros, Manila



1111 Natividad A. Lopez St., cor. San Marcelino St., Ermita, Manila (right across SM City Manila and Manila City Hall)




Lot 3, Block 41, Solana St., Intramuros, Manila


1747 N. Garcia corner D. Oliman Streets, Makati City


5576 P. Binay Street, corner Ben Harrison Street, Brgy. Pio del Pilar, Makati City



Don Chino Roces Avenue corner Arnaiz Avenue, Makati City








1254 Cruzada St., Quiapo, Manila (near Mendiola/LRT Legarda area, one ride from SM Manila)





1081 Pedro Gil Street, Paco, Manila (beside Mercury Drug Store)



1129 Natividad Almeda Lopez Street, Ermita, Manila
Contact Information

Jenifer H. Sarte
Dormitory Administrator
Tel #: (+632) 5211123
Email:
jenny_himallasarte@yahoo.com
Website:
www.madrigalproperties.com

Christopher James L. Tan
Senior Manager
Tel #: (+631) 5264855
Email: cjtan@zentowers.com.ph
Website: www.zentowers.com.ph

Malou Dagapioso
Tel #:(+632) 5367114
Mobile #:(+63917) 8451821

Christian R. Antonio
Tel #:(+632) 8719884
Mobile #:(+63920) 9178888

Daniel Guiam
Tel #:(+632) 4546533
Email:
dan@businessdan.com
estiincorp@gmail.com

Michelle Mabel L. Amio
Leasing Officer
Tel: (+632) 5196765/
(+632) 8470399
Mobile: (+63905) 2613334/
(+63999) 8864035
Email:
mdamio@geostate.com.ph
Website: www.thebeacon.com.ph

Princess C. Noriesta
Building Administrator
Tel: (+632) 7330120
(+632) 5466356
Mobile: (+63923) 4711662
Email:
princessnoriesta@yahoo.com

Rosario Ma L. Herbosa
Vice President
Tel: (+632) 7084756
Mobile: (+63917) 8122563

Maura F. Guiron
Lease Marketing Manager
Tel: (+632) 7354749
Fax: (+632) 7354754
Mobile: (+63917) 7199717
E-mail: mfguiron@evermalls.com.ph

If you wish to stay at any other accommodation/housing facility near Mapúa Intramuros campus aside from the ones stated above, dormitories, boarding houses, or apartments are located along Victoria, Magallanes and Solana Streets within the walls of Intramuros. Students have the option to stay in nearby districts like Binondo, Sta. Cruz, Quiapo, Sampaloc, España, Paco, Malate, San Marcelino, and San Andres.


If you will be studying at Mapúa Makati Campus, you may stay in apartments, boarding houses, or dormitories in nearby barangays such as Sta. Cruz, Valenzuela, Olympia, Poblacion, La Paz, San Miguel, or San Antonio - all in the heart of Makati Central Business District.

How to get there (Intramuros Campus)

From Quezon City (northern part of the metropolis), one can take any TM Kalaw- or Vito Cruz-bound PUV, and get off at Victoria Street, fronting Manila City Hall. From there, it is a 5-minute walk to Muralla Street.


From the southern part of the metropolis, one can hail any PUV bound for Quiapo, Lawton, Sta. Cruz or Divisoria, and get off at the Manila City Hall. From there, it is a 10-minute walk via the city hall underpass.


For those taking the LRT - Line 1, they may get off at the Central Station, and take a 15-minute walk via the city hall underpass.


For those taking the LRT - Line 2, they may get off at Doroteo Jose Station, and take any TM Kalaw-, Vito Cruz- or Mabini-bound PUV, and get off at Victoria Street, fronting Manila City Hall.


For those using the MRT, they may get off at the Taft Avenue Station then tread the bridge connecting to LRT - Line 1. From there, get off again at the Central Station, and take a 15-minute walk via the city hall underpass.

How to get there (Makati Campus)

The Mapúa Makati Campus, located in the country's premier city and financial district, occupies the former RCBC building along Sen. Gil Puyat Ave. (Buendia), and Nicanor Garcia St. (Reposo). Among its immediate neighbors are the World Center, the Yupangco Building, and the Ospital ng Makati.


For those taking the EDSA route, they may take the MRT or PUB, and get off at Sen. Gil Puyat Ave. (Buendia), and hail any PUV going to Crispa, Washington or Taft Ave.


For those taking the Taft Ave. route, they may take the LRT - Line 1 or any PUV, and get off at Sen. Gil Puyat Ave. (Buendia), and hail any PUV going to Bel-Air, and get off in front of the campus. An alternate route (coming from Taft Ave. - Pedro Gil) is to take Leon Guinto-Guadalupe PUV, get off at Kalayaan Ave., hail a tricycle, and get off at the back of Mapúa along Jupiter Street.


For those using the LRT Line 2, they may get off at Doroteo Jose Station then take the connecting bridge to LRT - Line 1. From there, get off again at Sen. Gil Puyat Ave. (Buendia), and hail any PUV going to Bel-Air, and get off in front of the campus.

Estimated Cost of Living

Living Cost


Living costs in Manila varies depending on the accommodation/housing of your choice and your lifestyle. This would give you an overview on the range of living costs here in Manila.

Annual Cost of Attendance

Approximate in US Dollars


School Fees
Fees (program cost)
Books
Other Fees(appl, visa, etc.)

Living Allowance
Food
Housing
Transportation

2,400 - 3,000
500
700


1,200 - 2,500
890 - 5,000
500

Note: This estimate does not include travel expenses to other areas of the Philippines that you may want to visit.

In the Neighborhood

Intramuros


The Mapúa Intramuros Campus is strategically located at the heart of the City of Manila - the capital of the Philippines, specifically within the walls of historic Intramuros or the "Walled City". Its immediate neighbors are the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), Manila Bulletin Offices, and Manila High School. Within reach from the campus are historic places such as the Fort Santiago, San Agustin Church, Manila Cathedral, Manila Ocean Park, and the Casa Manila Museum.


Being the historic and oldest area in Manila, Intramuros is also known as the Spanish City and houses a lot of palaces, churches, monasteries, convents, schools, and exceptional courtyard houses. During the Spanish times, it is the center of commerce, government and faith. Nowadays, some of those remarkable structures have been destroyed during the war but were successfully restored. The "Walled City", is definitely a sight to see.


Accessible from the campus are malls and recreational centers such as SM City Manila, behind the Manila City Hall, Robinson's Place Ermita, Harrison Plaza in Vito Cruz, and Rizal Park and the Baywalk along Roxas Blvd..


Malls:



Restaurants:


Click on these websites to find comprehensive information regarding restaurants found in Intramuros:



Hotels:


  • The Bayleaf Hotel
  • White Knight Hotel Intramuros
  • Manila Hotel

Coffee Shops:


  • Barbara's Coffee Shop
  • Starbucks
  • Ristorante delle Mitre, Intramuros
  • Cioccolata at The Bayleaf

You may also want to check on Wiki Travel for more in-depth information on Intramuros' "go-to places".



Makati


The Mapúa Makati Campus, located in the country's premier city and financial district, occupies the former RCBC building along Sen. Gil Puyat Ave. (Buendia), and Nicanor Garcia St. (Reposo). Among its immediate neighbors are the World Center, the Yupangco Building, and the Ospital ng Makati.


Accessible from the campus are malls, restaurants, recreational centers and other establishments. You may refer to the following list for your establishments you may want to visit in Makati:


Malls:



Restaurants:


Click on these websites to find comprehensive information regarding restaurants found in Makati:



Hotels:



Coffee Shops:
For an extensive list of coffee/tea shops in Makati, you may click on the following links:



You may also want to check on Wiki Travel for more in-depth information on Makati's "go-to places".

Partner Agencies

The Mapúa University accepts applicants thru its local and international partner agencies.



INDIA

The New IIRMA Education World

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Kailash Sagar Complex Sector-22, Near-GH-5, Gandhinagar Gujarat, INDIA
+91-079-232 45688
+91-9408816090, 9377918772, 9377818772, 9409112282, 9409112281
info@iirma.org
www.iirma.org

PHILIPPINES

The Queen's Global Consultancy and Assistance Services, Inc.

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RM 412 Cityland 10 Tower 2 Dela Costa St. Cor Valero St., Salcedo Vlg., Makati City, Philippines
+632-892-1439
+632-813-2467
thequeensglobalconsultants
@yahoo.com.ph

www.queensglobal.com.ph

NEPAL (Nepal Office)

Dolphin Education Consultancy Center Pvt. Ltd.

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21551, BJ Bhawan-4th Floor Exihibition Road, Kathmandu, Nepal
+977 1 4254282, 4223053
+977 1 4224189
spdolphin@wlink.com.np
www.dolphineducation.com.np

Partner Agencies

The Mapúa University accepts applicants thru its local and international partner agencies.



NEPAL (Philippine Office)

Dolphin Student Consultancy Inc.

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303 State Condominium-1, Salcedo Street Legaspi Vlg., Makati City 1229, Philippines
+63-28563944
+234-807-5542279
philippines@dolphinconsultant.com
www.dolphinconsultant.com

NIGERIA

Besor Associates (formerly Badabeat Associates)

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Suite C4, Goshen Plaza, 2 Akinremi Street P.O.Box 20679 Ikeja, Lagos State, Nigeria 100001
+234-1-7645314
+234-8075542279
admissions@besorassociates.com
www.besorassociates.com

NIGERIA

Edrizon LLC

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42 Mbiama, Yenagoa Road (Opposite St Judes Girls School), Amarata, Yenagoa., Bayelsa State, Nigeria
+2347066091700
info@edrizonllc.com
http://www.edrizonllc.com

It's More Fun in the Philippines

“The Philippines is the third largest English speaking country in the world. It has a rich history combining Asian, European, and American influences. Prior to Spanish colonization in 1521, the Filipinos had a rich culture and were trading with the Chinese and the Japanese. Spain's colonization brought about the construction of Intramuros in 1571, a "Walled City" comprised of European buildings and churches, replicated in different parts of the archipelago. In 1898, after 350 years and 300 rebellions, the Filipinos, with leaders like Jose Rizal and Emilio Aguinaldo, succeeded in winning their independence.


In 1898, the Philippines became the first and only colony of the United States. Following the Philippine-American War, the United States brought widespread education to the islands. Filipinos fought alongside Americans during World War II, particularly at the famous battle of Bataan and Corregidor which delayed Japanese advance and saved Australia. They then waged a guerilla war against the Japanese from 1941 to 1945. The Philippines regained its independence in 1946.


Filipinos are a freedom-loving people, having waged two peaceful, bloodless revolutions against what were perceived as corrupt regimes. The Philippines is a vibrant democracy, as evidenced by 12 English national newspapers, 7 national television stations, hundreds of cable TV stations, and 2,000 radio stations.


Filipinos are a fun-loving people. Throughout the islands, there are fiestas celebrated everyday and foreign guests are always welcome to their homes.”


Source: www.tourism.gov.ph



Why Study at Mapúa

Mapúa University provides world-class education to its students as it strives to become a global center of excellence in education. The Institute is the premier technological and biggest engineering school in the Philippines, with its graduates composing of professionals whose skills and knowledge meet the global standards.


Founded on January 25, 1925, it has already established a name for itself as an academic institution that consistently produces topnotchers and a leader in technological innovations and inventions.


Aside from its numerous industry and academic partners here and abroad, Mapúa has been successful in getting its academic programs accredited by local and foreign accrediting bodies. These accreditations are external validation of the quality of the Institute's academic programs.


The school has two campuses - one located in the historic Walled City of Intramuros in the Philippine capital, Manila, and the other is in Makati City, the country's premier city and financial district.


Mapúa provides a place where students can dream, prepare, pursue and secure the future that they want. The Institute also hones its students to become productive and responsible citizens of the country.


The Institute welcomes international students who are thinking of studying in the Philippines. Undergraduate and graduate students all over the world enroll in Mapúa for its world-class academic programs, topnotch professors and state-of-the-art facilities.


Click here to know more about Mapúa.

Foreign Embassies in the Philippines A-B

If you would like to seek help/assistance from your Foreign Embassy here in the Philippines, you may refer to the following contact information*

Embassy of the Republic of Angola

Mr. Fernando Miguel
Minister Counsellor

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Unit 1904, The Peak Towers 107 L.P. Leviste Street Salcedo Vlg., Makati City
892-4081/ 82
892-4195
embangola@pacific.net.ph

Embassy of the Argentine Republic

H.E. Joaquin Daniel Otero
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

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8/F Liberty Center, 104 H.V. Dela Costa St., Salcedo Vlg., Makati City
845-3218/ 845-3219/ 845-3238
845-3220
embajada_efili@mrecic.gov.ar

Embassy of Australia

H.E. William Tweddell
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

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23rd Level- Tower 2, RCBC Plaza 6819 Ayala Ave., Makati City 1200
757-8100
757-8268

Embassy of the Republic of Austria

H.E. Wilhelm Maximillian Donko
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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4th Floor, Prince Bldg. 117 Thailand (Rada) St., Legaspi Vlg. Makati City
817-9191/ 817-4992/ 817-4993
813-4238

Embassy of the People's Republic of Bangladesh

H.E. Majeda Rafiqun Nessa
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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2nd Floor, Universal-Re Bldg. 106 Paseo de Roxas cor Perea St., Legaspi Vlg., Makati City
817-5001/ 817-5010
816-4941
dutabash.phil@pacific.net.ph

Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium

H.E. Christian Meerschman
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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Multinational Bancorporation Center, 9th Floor, 6805 Ayala Avenue, Makati City
845-1869
845-2076
manila@diplobel.org
bletrade@info.com.ph


*source: http://www.dfa.gov.ph/index.php/links/foreign-embassies/foreign-embassies

Foreign Embassies in the Philippines B-C

If you would like to seek help/assistance from your Foreign Embassy here in the Philippines, you may refer to the following contact information*

Embassy of the Federative Republic of Brazil

H.E. Alcides Gastao Rostand Prates
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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16th Floor, Liberty Center 104- H.V. de la Costa St., Salcedo Vlg. Makati City
845-3651 to 53
845-3676/ 845-3655
brascom@info.com.ph

Embassy of Brunei Darussalam

H.E. Malai Halimah Yussof
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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11/F Ayala Wing, BPI Bldg. Ayala Ave. cor Paseo de Roxas, Makati City
816-2836 to 38
891-6646
bruemb@info.com.ph

Royal Embassy of Cambodia

H.E. Hos Sereythonh
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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Unit 7-A, Country Space 1 Bldg. Sen. Gil Puyat Ave., Makati City
818-9981/ 810-1896
818-9983
cam.emb.ma@netasia.net

Canadian Embassy

H.E. Christopher Thornley
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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Level 6 to 8, Tower 2, RCBC Plaza 6819 Ayala Ave., Makati City 0707
857-9000/ 857-9002
843-1082/843-1075
http://www.manila.gc.ca

Embassy of Chile

H.E. Roberto Mayorga Lorca
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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Email
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17/F, Liberty Center Bldg 104 H.V. de la Costa cor. Leviste St., Salcedo Vlg., Makati City 1227
843-3461
843-1976
echileph@eastern.com.ph
www.embaschileph.com

Embassy of the People's Republic of China

H.E. Ma Keqing
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address

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4896 Pasay Road, Dasmariñas Vlg., Makati City
844-3148/ 843-7715
845-2465


*source: http://www.dfa.gov.ph/index.php/links/foreign-embassies/foreign-embassies

Foreign Embassies in the Philippines C-D-E-F

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Embassy of the Republic of Colombia

Mrs. Stella Marquez de Araneta
Charge d' Afaires, a.i.

Address

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18/F, Aurora Tower, Araneta Center Quezon City
911-3101
911-2846

Embassy of the Republic of Cuba

H.E. Juan Carlos Arencibia Corrales
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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Penthouse, Cacho Gonzales Bldg. 101 Aguirre cor. Trasierra St., Legaspi Vlg., Makati City
817-1192
816-4094
cubaminrex.cu/filipinasing
cubaminrex.cu/filipinas

Embassy of the Czech Republic

H.E. Josef Rychtar
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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Email
Website
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30/F Rufino Pacific Tower 6784 Ayala Ave. Cor .V.A. Rufino St., Makati City
811-1155 to 56/ 811-1160
811-1020
manila@embassy.mzv.cz
www.mfa.cz/manila

Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt

H.E. Ahmed Mahmoud Maher Abbas
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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7/F, G.C. Corporate Plaza, Legaspi St., Legaspi Vlg., Makati City
843-9220/ 843-9232
556-5731

Delegation of the European Union

H.E. Guy Ledoux
Head of the Delegation

Address


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Email

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30/F Tower II, RCBC Plaza 6819 Sen. Gil Puyat cor. Ayala Ave., 1200 Makati City
859-5100
859-5109
Delegation-Philippines@ec.europa.eu
http://www.delphl.ec.europa.eu

Embassy of the Finland

H.E. Heikki Hannikainen
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address

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21/F, BPI Buendia Center Sen. Gil J. Puyat Ave., Makati City
891-5011 to 15
891-4107/ 891-4106
sanomat.mni@formin.fi


*source: http://www.dfa.gov.ph/index.php/links/foreign-embassies/foreign-embassies

Foreign Embassies in the Philippines F-G-H-I

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Embassy of the Republic of France

H.E. Gilles Garachon
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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:
16/F The Pacific Star Bldg. Makati Ave. cor Gil Puyat Ext. Makati City
857-6900/ 857-6999
857-6948/ 857-6952/ 857-6951

Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany

H.E. Joachim Heidorn
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address

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Email
Website
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:
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25/F Tower II, RCBC Plaza 6819 Ayala Ave., Makati City
817-1192
816-4094
deboma@pldtdsl.net
www.manila.diplo.de

Embassy of Greece

H.E. Constantina Koliou
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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:
Unit 701 SEDDCO Bldg. 1, cor. Rada and Legaspi St., Legaspi Vlg., Makati City
gremb.man@gmail.com
gremb.man@mfa.gr

Embassy of the Holy See

H.E. Giuseppe Pinto
Apostolic Nuncio

Address
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2140 Taft Avenue, Manila
521-0306/ 521-0307
521-1235

Embassy of the Republic of India

Mr. Madhukar Asnani
Charge d' Afaires, a.i.

Address

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2190 Paraiso St., Dasmariñas Vlg., Makati City
843-0101/ 843-0102
815-8151/ 892-7301
www.embindia.org.ph

Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia

H.E. Yohanes Kristiarto Soeryo Legowo
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address

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Email

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:
:
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:
185 Salcedo St., Legaspi Vlg., Makati City
892-5061 to 68
892-5878
kbri@info.com.ph
protkonskbrimla@yahoo.com.ph
www.kbrimanila.org.ph


*source: http://www.dfa.gov.ph/index.php/links/foreign-embassies/foreign-embassies

Foreign Embassies in the Philippines I-J-K

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Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran

H.E. Ali Asghar Mohammadi
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address

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Email
:

:
:
:
2224 Paraiso cor. Pasay Rd. Dasmariñas Vlg., Makati City
888-4757 to 59/ 840-1879*
888-4777
iranembassymanila@yahoo.com
1271@mfa.gov.ir
ambassador@iranembassy.org.ph

Embassy of the Republic of Iraq

H.E. Wadee Batti Hanna Al-Batti
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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Website
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2209 Paraiso cor. Acacia St., Dasmariñas Vlg., Makati City 1202
843-8880/ 843-8881/ 843-3081
887-1953
iraq_embassy@yahoo.com

Embassy of the State of Israel

H.E. Menashe Bar-On
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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23/F Trafalgar Plaza 105 H.V. dela Costa St., Salcedo Vlg., Makati City
894-0441 to 43/ 892-5329 to 32
894-1027
info@manila.mfa.gov.ph

Embassy of the Republic of Italy

H.E. Luca Fornari
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address

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Website
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:
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6/F Zeta Bldg. 191 Salcedo St. Legaspi Vlg., Makati City
892-4531 to 34
812-8943 / 817-1436
www.ambmanila.esteri.it

Embassy of Japan

H.E. Toshinao Urabe
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address

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:
2627 Roxas Blvd., Pasay City 1300
551-5710
551-5780 / 551-5781 / 551-7590

Embassy of the Republic of Korea

H.E. Lee Hye-min
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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122 Upper McKinley Rd., McKinley Town Center, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City 1634
856-9210
586-9008 / 856-9019 / 856-9024 / 856-9025


*source: http://www.dfa.gov.ph/index.php/links/foreign-embassies/foreign-embassies

Foreign Embassies in the Philippines K-L-M

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Embassy of the State of Kuwait

H.E. Waleed Ahmad Al-Kandari
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address



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8/F, Total Corporate Center Kalayaan & Triangle Ave., Global City, Fort Bonifacio,Taguig City
556-3860 to 63
556-3865

Embassy of the Lao People's Democratic Republic

H.E. Malayvieng Sakonhninhom
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address

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:
34 Lapu-Lapu Ave., Magallanes Vlg., Makati City
852-5759
851-3752

Embassy of Libya

Mr. Bashir A.M. Elakkari
Charge d' Affaires, a.i.

Address

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:

:
:
:
2056 Lumbang cor. Caballero St.,Dasmari�as Vlg., Makati City
817-7331 to 32/ 813-73333
817-7337
info@manila.mfa.gov.ph

Embassy of Malaysia

H.E. Dato' Seri Dr. Ibrahim Saad
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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Email
:


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10/F & 11/F, the World Centre Bldg. 330 Sen. Gil J. Puyat Ave., Makati City
864-0761 to 68/ 817-4551 to 53
864-0727/ 864-0724
malmanila@kln.gov.my

Embassy of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta

H.E. Leonida L. Vera
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address

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:

:
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:
908 Paragon Plaza, EDSA cor. Reliance St., Mandaluyong City
812-9497
817-4263
embassy.smomphil@gmail.com

Embassy of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar

H.E. U Aung Khin Soe
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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8/F, Gervasia Corporation Centre 152 Amorsolo St., Legaspi Vlg., Makati City
893-1944/ 812-3644
892-8866
myanila@mydestiny.net


*source: http://www.dfa.gov.ph/index.php/links/foreign-embassies/foreign-embassies

Foreign Embassies in the Philippines N-P

If you would like to seek help/assistance from your Foreign Embassy here in the Philippines, you may refer to the following contact information*

Royal Netherlands Embassy

H.E. Robert Gerard Brinks
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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Email
Website
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26/F Equitable PCI Bank Tower 8751 Paseo de Roxas,Makati City
786-6666
786-6600/ 786-6644
man@minbuza.nl
www.netherlandsembassy.ph

New Zealand Embassy

H.E. Reuben Levermore
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address

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Fax #
Email
Website
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:
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:
PO Box 3228, MCPO, Makati City 1272
891-5358
891 5357
nzemmanila@globelines.com.ph
www.nzembassy.com

Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria

Mr. Stevie Aldrin Ogenyi Egurube
Charge d' Affaires en titre

Address

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2211 Paraiso St., Dasmari�as Vlg.,Makati City
843-9866/ 9868/ 70/ 73
843-9867

Royal Norwegian Embassy

H.E. Knut Solem
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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Fax #
Email
Website
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21/F, Petron Mega Plaza Bldg. 358 Sen. Gil Puyat Ave., Makati City
982-2700
982-2799 / 886-3384
www.emb.manila@mfa.no
www.norway.ph

Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan

H.E. Mohsin Razi
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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Fax #
Email
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:
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6/F. Alexander House 132 Amorsolo St. Legaspi Vlg., Makati City
817-2772 / 817- 2776
840-0229
pakrepmanila@yahoo.com

Embassy of the Republic of Palau

H.E. Ramon Rechebei
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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Marbella Condominium II, Unit 101, G/F 2071 Roxas Blvd., Malate, Manila
522-1982/ 522-2849
521-0402


*source: http://www.dfa.gov.ph/index.php/links/foreign-embassies/foreign-embassies

Foreign Embassies in the Philippines P-Q-R-S

If you would like to seek help/assistance from your Foreign Embassy here in the Philippines, you may refer to the following contact information*

Embassy of the Republic of Panama

H.E. Roberto Carlos Vallarino Moreno
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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Email
Website
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11/F, National Life Insurance Bldg., 6762 Ayala Ave., Makati City 1200
338-5811/ 892-6601
338-8841
panamaph@pldtdsl.net

Embassy of the Independent State of Papua New Guinea

H.E. Christian Anthony Vihruri
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address

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Fax #
Email
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:
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:
3/F, Corinthian Plaza Bldg., Paseo de Roxas cor. Gamboa St., Makati City
811-3465 to 66
811-3468
kundumnl@pngembmnl.com.ph

Embassy of the State of Qatar

H.E. Jassim Ali Abdullah Al Obaidli
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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2/F, One World Bldg. #10 Upper McKinley Rd., McKInley Hill, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City
856-6666/ 856-1222/ 856-1444*
856-1999/ 856-2444*
manila@mofa.gov.qa

Embassy of Romania

H.E. Valeriu Gheorghe
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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Fax #
Email
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6/F, GC Corporate Plaza, 150 Legazpi St., Legaspi Vlg., Makati City
843-9014/ 892-7682
843-9063
amarom@globelines.com.ph

Embassy of the Russian Federation

H.E. Nikolay R. Kudashev
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address

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Fax #
Email
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:
:
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1245 Acacia Rd., Dasmari�as Vlg., Makati City
893-0190/ 817-5406/ 810-9581
810-9614
RusEmb@i-manila.com.ph

Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia

H.E. Abdullah Al Hassan
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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128 H.V. Dela Costa cor. Sanchez St., Salcedo Vlg., Makati City
856-4444/ 812-9997
856-5365/ 856-5366


*source: http://www.dfa.gov.ph/index.php/links/foreign-embassies/foreign-embassies

Foreign Embassies in the Philippines S-T

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Embassy of the Republic of Singapore

H.E. Hirubalan V P
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address

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Email
Website
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505 Rizal Drv., Bonifacio Global City 1634 Taguig City
856-9922
856-9932
singemb@sgmfa.gov.sg
www.mfa.gov.sg/manila

Embassy of the Republic of South Africa

H.E. Agnes Nyamande-Pitso
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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Fax #
Email
Website
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:
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29/F Yuchengco Tower, RCBC Plaza 6819 Ayala Ave., Makati City
889-9383
889-9337/ 889-9379
manila@foreign.gov.za
www.dfa.gov.za

Embassy of Spain

H.E. Jorge Domecq
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address

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Fax #
Email
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27/F Equitable Bank Tower 8751 Paseo de Roxas, Makati City
817-6676 / 817-9997 / 817-6266 / 817-5131 / 817-6298
817/4892
emb.manila@maec.es

Embassy of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka

H.E. Nawalage Bennet Cooray
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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Email
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:
7/F, #150, G.C. Corporate Plaza Legaspi St., Legaspi Vlg., Makati City
812-0124/ 8124-0125/ 812-0126
srilanka@broline.com

Embassy of the Swiss Confederation

H.E. Ivo Sieber
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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Fax #
Email
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:
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24/F, Equitable Bank Tower 8751 Paseo de Roxas 1226 Makati City
845-4545
845-4538 / 845-4539
vertretung@eda.admin.ch

Royal Thai Embassy

H.E. Abdullah Al Hassan
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address

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Fax #
Email
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107 Rada St., Legaspi Vlg., Makati City
815-4219/ 816-0696/ 810-3833/810-3833/ 817-4262
815-4221
infomnl@pldtdsl.net


*source: http://www.dfa.gov.ph/index.php/links/foreign-embassies/foreign-embassies

Foreign Embassies in the Philippines T-U-V

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Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste

H.E. Francisco T. Cepeda
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address



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17/F, Rm. 1703, Centerpoint Condo, Garnet cor. Julia Vargas Ave., Ortigas Center, Pasig City, 1605
637-9405/ 638-0654/49
637-9408
timorlesteembassyinmanila@yahoo.com

Embassy of the Republic of Turkey

H.E. Hatice Pinar Isik
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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2268 Paraiso St., Dasmariñas Vlg., Makati City 1222
843-9705/ 843-9707/ 889-4636
843-9702/ 889-4637
manila.be@mfa.gov.tr
turkembm@info.com.ph

Embassy of the United Arab Emirates

H.E. Moosa Abdulwahid Alkhajah
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address



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16/F., Commerce & Industry Plaza Bldg.1030 Campus cor. Park Ave., McKinley Town Center, Fort Bonifacio
822-1777 / 822-2777 / 822-3777 / 822-4777 / 555-1843
uaembmla@info.com.ph

Embassy of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland

H.E. Stephen Lillie
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address


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Fax #
Website
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:
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:
120 Upper McKinley Rd. McKinley Town Centre, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City 1634
858-2200
858-2216/ 858-2237
www.britishembassy.gov.uk/philippines

Embassy of the United States of America

H.E. Harry K. Thomas, Jr.
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address

Tel. #
Fax #
Website
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:
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:
Chancery Bldg., 1201 Roxas Boulevard, Manila
301-2000
522-4361
philippines.usembassy.gov

Embassy of the Bolivirian Republic of Venezuela

Ms. Yelitza Ventura Polanco
Charge d' Affaires, a.i.

Address


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Email
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Unit 17 A, Multinational Bancorporation Center, 6805 Ayala Ave., Makati City 1227
845-2841/ 845-2842
845-2866
venezemb@info.com.ph


*source: http://www.dfa.gov.ph/index.php/links/foreign-embassies/foreign-embassies

Foreign Embassies in the Philippines V

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Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam

H.E. Nguyen Vu Tu
Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary

Address

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Fax #
Email
:

:
:
:
670-Pablo Ocampo St., Malate, Manila
521-6843
526-0472
vnembph@yahoo.com
vnemb.ph.info@mofa.gov.ph


*source: http://www.dfa.gov.ph/index.php/links/foreign-embassies/foreign-embassies