The ranking of the Best Civil Engineering Schools in the Philippines for 2019 has been released, which featured only 20 out of 270 colleges and universities offering undergraduate programs in civil engineering.
Mapua University-Manila is still ranked first in the country for civil engineering with 85.94% overall score based on overall board exam performance (70%), accreditation (20%), and faculty-student ratio (10%). The school is one of the two institutions in the country accredited as the Center of Excellence (COE) in civil engineering by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). (READ: 31 Best Civil Engineering Schools in the Philippines for 2018)
De La Salle University made the 2nd rank on the list for 2019 with an overall score of 84.04%, ahead of the University of Santo Tomas at 3rd rank with an overall score of 81.61%, University of the Philippines-Diliman (81.52%) at 4th rank, and University of San Carlos (77.27%) at 5th. The University of Santo Tomas and the University of San Carlos are presently CHED’s Center of Development (COD) in civil engineering.
Rounding out the remaining five places for the first top 10 performing schools are the University of the Philippines-Los Baños at 6th rank, Ateneo de Davao University at 7th, University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos at 8th, Central Philippine University at 9th, and Central Mindanao University at 10th.
The list is based on the results of this year’s biannual civil engineer licensure examinations (May, November) plus other factors including accreditation status of the program and faculty-student ratio to find out which schools offering programs in civil engineering have the most valuable degree programs to produce batch of examinees with high civil engineer licensure examination passing rates.
The ranking used the same performance indicators as the Local Pulse School Rankings, however, the weightings for the number of examinees were adjusted to reflect programs with fewer examinees. Details on the methodology are discussed here or can be accessed using this page. Other possible factors that are possibly secondary variables in determining the best Philippine schools to study civil engineering are included in the disclaimer page. Factors such as international linkages, community involvement, employer reputation, research outputs, and research citations per faculty are not part of this study. These variables are assumed to be assessed by accrediting agencies such as PACUCOA, PAASCU, AACCUP, and CHEd.
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Read on to see which schools made the list.
|20 Best Philippine Schools with Civil Engineering Undergraduate Programs for 2019|
|OVERALL BOARD EXAM PERFORMANCE (70%)||OTHER CRITERIA (30%)|
|Rank||OVERALL SCORE (%)||PASSED||FAILED||TOTAL||Weighted Ave. (PASSED) (40%)||No. of Examinees (20%)||With Top Examinees (10%)||Accreditation Level||Accreditation Level Score (20%)||Faculty-Student Ratio (FSR)||No. of Students per Faculty||FSR Score (10%)|
|2||DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY-MANILA||84.04||109||21||130||83.85%||70||80||COE||100||1:14||14||85|
|3||UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS||81.61||196||56||252||77.78%||100||40||COD||90||1:15||15||85|
|4||UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN||81.52||149||12||161||92.54%||80||80||Independent||60||1:15||15||85|
|5||UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS||77.27||87||43||130||66.92%||70||100||COD||90||1:16||16||85|
|6||UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-LOS BANOS||73.60||87||2||89||97.75%||50||40||Independent||60||1:15||15||85|
|7||ATENEO DE DAVAO UNIVERSITY||73.14||49||6||55||89.09%||40||70||Level III||70||1:13||13||85|
|8||UNIVERSITY OF NEGROS OCCIDENTAL-RECOLETOS||68.35||100||34||134||74.63%||70||40||Level II||60||1:16||16||85|
|9||CENTRAL PHILIPPINE UNIVERSITY||67.61||91||26||117||77.78%||60||40||Level II||60||1:15||15||85|
|10||CENTRAL MINDANAO UNIVERSITY||66.55||94||45||139||67.62%||70||40||Level III||70||1:20||20||75|
|11||PAMANTASAN NG LUNGSOD NG MAYNILA||66.17||33||3||36||91.66%||30||40||Independent||60||1:21||21||75|
|12||BOHOL ISLAND STATE UNIVERSITY-TAGBILARAN||65.72||59||8||67||88.06%||40||40||Level II||60||1:32||32||65|
|13||CARLOS A. HILADO MEMORIAL STATE COLLEGE-TALISAY||65.24||50||3||53||94.34%||30||40||Level I||50||1:25||25||75|
|14||NEGROS ORIENTAL STATE UNIVERSITY-DUMAGUETE||64.17||26||4||30||86.67%||30||40||Level II||60||1:23||23||75|
|15||CAMARINES NORTE STATE COLLEGE-DAET||62.39||65||25||90||72.22%||50||40||Level II||60||1:26||26||75|
|16||DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY-DASMARINAS||60.50||51||17||68||75.00%||40||40||Level I||50||1:16||16||85|
|17||PANGASINAN STATE UNIVERSITY-URDANETA||60.46||63||24||87||72.41%||50||40||Level I||50||1:29||29||75|
|18||VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY-BAYBAY||58.07||51||18||69||73.91%||40||40||Candidate||40||1:17||17||85|
|19||UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MINDANAO-KABACAN||56.44||33||16||49||67.35%||30||40||Level II||60||1:26||26||75|
|20||UNIVERSITY OF PANGASINAN||56.39||71||24||95||74.73%||50||40||Not Accredited||30||1:37||37||65|
To rank the schools, we took the weighted passing rate average of the biannual civil engineer licensure examinations in 2019, the number of examinees, and top performing examinees as the overall board exam performance, and faculty-student ratio and accreditation status of the civil engineering programs as other criteria. Note that the weighted passing rates we used for 2019 civil engineer licensure examination were 65% (unlike the PRC’s 80%), and a minimum of 30 examinees (unlike the PRC’s 50 minimum examinees).
- Private Higher Education Institutions Faculty-Student Ratio. (2019, June 8). Retrieved from https://ched.gov.ph/wp-content/uploads/2019-Private-HEIs-Faculty-Student-Ratio.pdf
- State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) Faculty Student Ratio. (2019, June 8). Retrieved from https://ched.gov.ph/wp-content/uploads/2019-SUCs-Faculty-Student-Ratio.pdf
- November 2019 Civil Engineer Licensure Examination results released in four (4) working days. (2019, November 14). Retrieved from https://www.prc.gov.ph/article/november-2019-civil-engineer-licensure-examination-results-released-four-4-working-days/4216
- May 2019 Civil Engineer Licensure Examination results released in four (4) working days. (2019, May 10). Retrieved from https://www.prc.gov.ph/article/may-2019-civil-engineer-licensure-examination-results-released-four-4-working-days/3957
- Accreditation Status of Institutional Members (All Years, 1992-2017). Retrieved from http://www.aaccupqa.org.ph/index.php/about-aaccup/institutional-members/4-institutional-members
- Institutions/Programs that were Granted Various Accredited Status by Region, (2019, July 4). Retrieved from https://drive.google.com/file/d/1uQi3ioO1duYpDC8CAfpZ821QDtTem4dS/view
- Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities. Retrieved from http://paascu.org.ph/?page_id=119