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Board Topnotchers since 2000
Internationally Accredited Undergraduate Programs
Be assured of quality education with our ABET-accredited programs
With the ABET accreditation, students are assured that our engineering and IT programs meet the quality standards to prepare them to enter the global workforce. Learn how our ABET-accredited programs can give you the advantage to launch your career anywhere in the world.
Access high-quality international education in business and health sciences
With our partnership with Arizona State University, the #1 in the US for innovation, through Cintana Education, students will access highly differentiated education in business and health science that provide international exposure, real-world experiential learning, and digital expertise.
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Quality education easily within reach with Mapúa’s fully online programs
Distance and time should never be a hindrance for anyone to get quality education. However, these factors dictate whether some aspiring undergraduate and postgraduate students can enroll into a program or not.
Mapúa Senior High School helps students gain a winning edge through its solid S&T background
Mapúa Senior High School's solid curriculum aims to build up the capabilities of students in critical thinking, problem solving, innovation, and creativity, cultivating passions that can introduce and devise solutions to industrial, societal, and environmental problems as well as developments that further improve quality of life.
Dreaming of establishing a career in engineering? Here’s how to choose the right field and specialization
If there’s one occupation that has remained enduring throughout the years, it’s engineering. Engineers are relied on by industries to develop innovations, systems, and products, so they’re always in demand, especially with the advance of the fourth industrial revolution. The collaborative research of the Department of Science and Technology and the Philippine Institute for Development Studies even forecasts that the country will need 1.8 million engineers by 2025.
CineMapúa opens 2022 tilt, welcomes over 600 international entries for new foreign film category
CineMapúa, the longest-running student film festival of the Philippines, celebrates its 20th year by going international.
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Information to 4th quarter AY2021-2022 Graduating students
Full Road Closure of Muralla Street in Front of Mapúa University (August 22 - November 20, 2022)
Reminder for Students: Accomplish the Daily Health Checklist Before Going to Campus
Guidelines for 1st Quarter, A.Y. 2022-2023
Enrollment Schedule 1st Quarter AY 2022-2023
College and Senior High School Learning Delivery Modes for Academic Year 2022-2023
Guidelines for Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) Certificate Distribution
Guidelines for Taking Exit Exams in the 4th Quarter of A.Y. 2021-2022
Information to 3rd Quarter AY2021-2022 Graduating Students
Online Faculty Evaluation and Laboratory Assessment
Start of Limited Face-to-Face Classes on Intramuros Campus
ETY SHS Scholars SY 2022-2023
Deadline for reactivation and shifting of program
Deadline of submission of grades: Module 2 of 3-unitUG lecture courses
Deadline for application of withdrawal of courses and cancellation of enrollment
Deadline of submission of grades: Module 3 of 3-unit UG lecture courses; Module 2 of 2-unit UG lecture courses; Module 2 of UG laboratory courses; Module 2 of GS courses; Non-modular courses
Second Quarter, 2022-2023 Enrolment (Load finalization, assessment and Payment)
Deadline for completion of deficiencies by 1/2022-23 candidates for graduation