Mapúa now rated 4 Stars by QS Intelligence Unit

Mapúa University is now a 4-star institution under the QS Intelligence Unit’s QS Stars Rating System.

The QSIU is an independent organization providing global intelligence in line with the higher education sectors around the world.

Coming from 3 stars in 2017, the Yuchengco-led university managed to attain an overall rating of 4 stars this 2020, garnering high scores under eight performance categories.

The QS Stars Rating System evaluates higher education institutions against a range of performance indicators across several categories and pre-established international standards.

A 5-stars rating was given to Mapúa under the Employability, Facilities, and Social Responsibility categories for its graduates’ readiness for work, its various facilities, and its environmental impact and efforts in the community.

Meanwhile, the university was given a 4-stars rating under the Teaching and Inclusiveness categories, taking into account student satisfaction and the opportunities it provides for learning and development.

It also received 4 stars under the Program Strength category for its Bachelor of Science in Computer Science program.

Mapúa also attained 3 stars for Internationalization and Academic Development, considering international collaboration, international faculty, international diversity, and faculty development.

The 4-stars overall rating highlights Mapúa University’s strength as a top educational institution in the country, adding to its list of international accreditations and recognitions in the last 10 years.

Topics: QS Stars Rating System , Mapúa University , Academic Development
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