The University of Perpetual Help System currently offers, among its many accredited programs, three maritime programs, namely Marine Transportation, Marine Engineering, and Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, which are available in two accessible campuses – one in Las Piñas City and the other in Biñan, Laguna. Both campuses are equipped with the state of the art instructional facilities such as the Kongsberg Full-Mission Bridge and Engine Room Simulators and other technical laboratories. Dedicated UPH maritime professionals are always ready to mold students to the best of their abilities while instilling in them the core values of professionalism, teamwork and excellence which are essential to the students’ pursuit of a dignified maritime profession. Recently, Senior High School with Pre-Baccalaureate Maritime Specialization has likewise been introduced into the system.
The College of Maritime Education of the University of Perpetual Help System DALTA, with its guiding principle “Character Building is Nation Building,” believes that national development is grounded in the quality of life of the Filipino, that its improvement is primarily based upon God’s divine guidance, their character essential to the development of the student’s competence and quality maritime education and training programs. Thus, the college is dedicated to meet its maritime students’ fullest potential through the ideals of teaching and learning outcomes, community service, and research, as it nurtures the value of being “Helpers of God.”
The College of Maritime Education of the University of Perpetual Help System envisions itself to be a premier institution that provides quality maritime education and training programs for the development of competent maritime professionals/manpower.
To educate, train and develop young men and women to become competent seafarers, maritime officers, and ship designers with distinct knowledge, skills, attitude and values, and with high sense of diligence, loyalty, service, and honor essential to the pursuit of a dignified maritime profession in support of national development.