University of Liverpool's School of Electrical Engineering, Electronics & Computer Science offers 100% Online Master's degree courses to Filipino & international students in the fields of Information Technology, Software Engineering, Project Management, and Technology Law.
Since its foundation in 1881, the University of Liverpool has produced eight Nobel Prize winners. This academic excellence is one reason why almost three thousand professionals from more than 175 countries have chosen it for their 100% online Master's degrees. They also recognise that the University’s exclusive partnership with e-Learning experts Laureate Online Education provides a uniquely global perspective and stimulating educational experience.
Outstanding Reputation - The Financial Times has ranked the University of Liverpool among the top 10 UK universities in terms of annual research income; and it is the 15th largest research university in the UK. The University is also one of the top 25 universities in England according to the latest Times Higher Education Supplement University World Rankings.
Many countries, including the US and Canada, accept the standard of degrees awarded by UK universities as equivalent to their own.
- MSc in Information Technology
- MSc in Internet Systems
- MSc in Computer Security
- MSc in Software Engineering
- MSc in Information Systems Management
- MSc in Project Management (IT)
- MSc in Operations and Supply Chain Management
- LLM in Technology & Intellectual Property Law
The Mapúa Institute of Technology, referred to informally as Mapúa, is a 80-year old technology-focused school located in the heart of the Philippine capital of Manila. With 15,000 students in college level it is the biggest engineering school in the Philippines, accounting for about 8% of engineering graduates every year. The Institute alsoruns a pre-engineering high school with about 1,800 students. The Institute prides itself with the quality of its architecture and engineering programs which has been demonstrated time and again in the long history of topnotch performance of its graduates in the government-administered professional licensure examinations.
PATTS College of Aeronautics in Parañaque City is reputedly the country's Number One Aeronautical College today. It was founded in 1969 then known as the Philippine Air Transport and Training Services a joint venture of Filipino and American pioneers in aviation. The primary aim was to establish a manufacturing and assembly plant for training aircrafts. The secondary aim was to put up an aeronautical school to meet the needs of the air transportation industry, domestic or international.