Payment of non-refundable processing fee of P 300.00
Copy of birth certificate
Copy of Old BEC High School or Senior High School Diploma, if Senior High School / High School (Old BEC) graduate
Copy of School Registration Form, if College Level
Copy of certification to prove that you are currently enrolled for Grade 12 if Senior High School
Copy of ALS Certificate of Rating, if ALS Passer
Copy of valid School ID
Copy of the latest School Report Card with a GPA of at least 83%
Graduate School Students
Correctly and completely accomplished Application for Admission (F-001).
Photocopy of Management Level License.
Letter of Recommendation from the employer or supervisor or former professor.
Original copy of Transcript of Records (TOR) & one (1) set photocopy (Copy for: MAAP)
One (1) set photocopy of Diploma. 6. Three (3) recent 1 ½” x 2” Passport Size Photo with plain white background.
Tuitions / Fees
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Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific (MAAP) is a private maritime education and training institution established in 1998 by Capt. Gregorio S. Oca. It offers bachelor’s and master’s degree courses in Marine Transportation and Marine Engineering.
MAAP provides modern and up-to-date curriculum for its students through partnering with the top local and international maritime organizations including the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF), International Maritime Employers Committee Limited (IMEC), Japanese Shipowners Association, All Japan Seamen’s Union, International Mariners Management Association of Japan (IMMAJ), the Norwegian Seafarers’ Union (NSU), and the Filipino Association of Maritime Employers (FAME).
Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific boasts of its Navigation Simulator Complex with 360° field of vision on a platform each linked to Full Mission Engine Simulator along with other top-of-the-line machineries and equipment that give students hands-on experience. The academy also has a vessel named “T/S Kapitan Felix Oca” that serves as a training ship for MAAP students; it can accommodate 180 midshipmen and 9 instructors in its 30 cabins and 6 berths.