Advantage Of Mapua

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“A dream doesn’t become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work” – Colin Powell. Everyone has a dream to pursue, to obtain that you need to study hard. And to help the teenagers with their future, universities in each country, gives a proper education to them how to deal in the real world. Like here in the Philippines, many schools are giving their best just to teach their students. Example of the schools are, (DLSU) De la Salle University, (ADMU) Ateneo De Manila University, (UST) University of Santo Tomas, (MIT) Mapua Institute of Technology and many more. Even though MAPUA is not a university it still gives better education like the said universities. And some are choosing Mapua instead of the top three universities. Why or how Mapua is better than other schools? Even though I had a chance to study…show more content…
It is the first school that was credited in the Philippines. ABET accreditation provides assurance that a college or university program meets the quality standards of the profession of the student picked in the said university. Actually, ABET accredited programs of the school not the institution itself. Mapua has 10 programs that was been accredited by ABET. And these are BS ChE, BS CE, BS CpE, BS EE, BS ECE, BS EnSE, BS IE, BS ME, BS CS, and BS IT. It just shows that how Mapua is competitive not just here in the country but also all over the world. And I did some research to some students of Mapua. I just found out that Mapua is joining contests here in the Philippines and also outside of the country. And it always get a medal in every contest that they have participated. Even though it is gold, bronze, or silver. What important is, it just shows that Mapua is doing their best to produce an efficient student to handle pressure in a short span of time. Because when you’re participating to a contest it doesn’t mean that you are excused to your class. That’s why you have two responsibilities to work

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