Various Offices and Linkages

The MARINERS' SYSTEM endeavors to carry out the philosophy and objectives of maritime education. Aside from the leadership of the administration and the management, competent corps of professors and disciplined cadets, the institution maintains various offices and establishes linkages here and abroad in adherence to maritime global competitiveness.

The Office for Apprenticeship and Employment Assistance (OAEA)

Contact Person: Mrs. Cynthia A. Duka - Asst. Director

The management assists the students and graduates of the school on their on-the-job-training and practicum, apprenticeship and job placement opportunities through the Office for Apprenticeship and Employment Assistance (OAEA). The OAEA was established in 1988 to respond to the commitment of the institution to promote immediate employment for both maritime and non-maritime and non-maritime students/graduates. The office seeks possible placement for the graduates along their specific areas of specialization. They are better served by the office in terms of assistance extended in processing essential documents and requirements needed in their job. This assistance is in line with the MPCF SYSTEM's mission "FROM ENROLMENT TO EMPLOYMENT".

The UNLAD Ship Manning and Management Corporation

The UNLAD Ship Manning and Management based in Metro Manila is a sister shipping company of the school that deploys qualified students and graduates for domestic and overseas employment. To augment its being a manning corporation, it has an array of linkages and principals to meet the growing demands of the shipping industry.

The Office for Research and Extension Services (ORES)

The Mariners System pushes the frontiers of knowledge through researches and sustain activities towards social commitment through extension services or outreach programs. The office looks into future studies for the betterment of the academe it serves and also the environment where it belongs. Part of its extension program is the prevention of marine environmental pollution.

The MPC/MPCF Alumni Association

The System's Alumni/alumnae are ambassadors of goodwill. The association strengthens the ideals of their alma mater and serves as instruments towards the realization of its objectives contributory to its growth and success. The association monitors the status and updates of the graduates.

The MARINERS' System

Commission on Higher Education (CHED)

Technical Education Skills Development Authority (TESDA)

Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA)

Philippine Association of Maritime Institutions (PAMI)

Association of Non-Traditional Education in the Philippines (ANTEP)

Philippine Association of Technical Education (PATE)

Philippine National Science Society (PNSS)

Apotleship of Sea, CBCP

National Power Corporation

Philippine Port Authority

Philippine Shipyard & Ship Repair Association

Tsakos Shipping & Trading, Greece

UNLAD Ship Manning & Management Corp.

Ventis Maritime (Kawasaki)


William Lines

Lorenzo Shipping

Aboitiz Shipping


Laine Shipping

Philippine Transmarine Carriers, Inc.