United Kingdom’s prestigious Institution of Civil Engineers acknowledged the civil engineering program of Mapúa University. Great news for Mapúa’s civil engineering graduates who are planning on applying for an academic assessment to earn an ICE professional qualification.

To detail at length, the school’s civil engineering program fully satisfied the educational foundation for an Incorporated Engineer and halfway satisfies the educational base for a Chartered Engineer. Professional registration as Incorporated Engineer or Chartered Engineer means that graduates have expertise in their field and commitment to their profession, meeting the UK’s standard for professional engineering competence.

ICE, based in London-UK with over 92,000 members, is an independent professional association for civil engineers. Three quarter of these members are located in the UK, while the rest are located in more than 150 other countries.

So far, Mapúa has the most number of ABET-accredited programs in one campus with 11 programs accredited by ABET’s Engineering Accreditation Commission and 3 programs accredited by ABET’s Computing Accreditation Commission. With the accreditation made by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of the US-based ABET, recognition is granted to civil engineering degrees in which qualifies graduates of the programs to pursue a more global career in their profession. Furthermore, Mapúa holds the most number of engineering programs that are declared by the Commission on Higher Education.

The new recognition from UK’s ICE is serves as testimony to the university’s pursuance in inculcating world-class standards in its education for competent and professional-ready graduates.