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Mapúa University ( Filipino: Pamantasang Mapúa ), also known simply as Mapúa or MU, is a private research-oriented non-sectarian university located in Metro Manila, Philippines. The university was founded in 1925 by the first registered Filipino architect, Tomás Mapúa, a graduate of Cornell University in New York, US.
Māpua is a small town in the South Island of New Zealand. It is to the west of Nelson on State Highway 60 and on the coastline of Tasman Bay. With a thriving wharf and commercial area, Māpua has grown in popularity for visitors, with numbers swelling the region over the summer months. A large fair and market is held every Easter Sunday.
Mapúa Malayan Colleges Laguna. / 14.243375°N 121.112716°E / 14.243375; 121.112716. Mapúa Malayan Colleges Laguna ( MMCL ), formerly known as Malayan Colleges Laguna ( MCL ), is a private, research, and nonsectarian university wholly-owned subsidiary of the Mapúa University along Pulo–Diezmo Road in Barangay Diezmo, Cabuyao, Laguna.
1921- Tomas Mapua, member, became the first registered architect with the Professional Regulation Commission license number 00001. 1925- Tomas B. Mapua established the Mapúa Institute of Technology to train and to share to the Filipino artisans what he have learned from the Cornell University in the United States.
Mapua, or Mapúa may refer to: Mapuá River, a river in the Pará state of north-central Brazil. Mapua, New Zealand, a small town on the South Island of New Zealand. Mapúa University, a tertiary institute in Manila, Philippines. Tomás Mapúa, the first registered Filipino architect. This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the ...
Pandacan, Manila (Jrs.) The Mapúa Cardinals are the varsity sports teams of Mapúa University that play in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (Philippines) . The Mapúa Cardinals holds the NCAA record for the most General Championships in the seniors' division with a total of 20—the last of these championships was won in 1993.
Don Tomás Bautista Mapúa (December 21, 1888 – December 22, 1965) was a Filipino architect, educator and businessman from the Philippines.He was the founder and first president of the Mapúa Institute of Technology (MIT) together with Civil Engr. Gonzalo T. Vales as co-founder and founding dean of school and co-founder and founding president of Central Colleges of the Philippines, after he ...