To enable cutting-edge education through state-of-the-art facilities that allow students to master the most important lessons and most innovative techniques in the health sciences. Mapúa University, together with ASU, boasts of innovative multifunctional simulation centers, up-to-date technological innovations for teaching and learning, and an immersive environment that allows students to adapt to the challenges of the future.
Access to world-class health sciences content, as well as cutting-edge knowledge, equips Mapúa students with a global and forward-looking mindset that prepares them for a career in healthcare in step with the rest of the world.
Mapúa University’s collaboration with Arizona State University, ranked first as the most innovative university in the U.S., gives students the power to harness digital technology and tools – a competitive advantage in their study of health sciences, which will lead them to achieve success in the healthcare industry.
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Mapúa University in collaboration with Arizona State University empowers students in health sciences with real-world experiential learning, world-class facilities, digitally enhanced learning methods, and global exposure. These innovations in education pave the way for careers in healthcare both in the Philippines and around the world.
ASU, ranked No. 1 “Most innovative school” in the U.S. by U.S. News & World Report for eight years in succession, is the largest public research institution in the U.S., measured not by whom it excludes, but by whom it includes and how they succeeded; advancing research and discovery of public value; and assuming fundamental responsibility for the economic, social, cultural and overall health of the communities it serves.
# 1 in the U.S. for Innovation, ASU ahead of MIT and Stanford (U.S. News & World Report, 8 Consecutive Years, 2016-2023)
# 1 in the U.S. and # 2 in the World for Global Impact Research, Outreach and Stewardship (Times Higher Education, 2022)
Top University Worldwide for Academic Reputation (Times Higher Education, World Reputation Rankings, 2022)
#1 Public University in the U.S. Chosen by International Students (Institute of International Education, 2022)
#2 EPA Green Power Partnership in the U.S. (Environmental Protection Agency, 2021)
#4 Best Online Bachelor's in Psychology Programs ( U.S. News & World Report, 2023)
In collaboration with the most innovative university in the U.S.
Student life in ASU Campus
June 18 - July 1, 2023
ASU-Cintana Summer Experience
Access ASU Summer Programs are available for students in grades 8th - 12th in a variety of topics including engineering, leadership, math and the arts. Programs are offered on all four ASU campuses and online, and formats range from day camps to residential programs, where students have the opportunity to live on campus.
As part of the innovations of Arizona State University's partnership with Mapua University, Business and Health Sciences students from Mapua University together with Malayan Colleges Laguna and Mapua Malayan Colleges Mindanao participated in an 11-week co-lectured discussions on Communications in Business and the Profession course conducted by Dr. Susana Valenzuela of Arizona State University. 246 students are enrolled in the course, held twice a week via Zoom. Co-lecturing refers to the practice of two or more professors or instructors jointly teaching a course or lecture. This can be done in a variety of formats, such as both instructors presenting material in front of the class together, taking turns leading discussions or activities, or dividing the material among themselves and each teaching their own section. There are several benefits to co-lecturing, including the ability to share the workload and responsibilities of teaching, the opportunity for instructors to learn from one another and collaborate on teaching strategies, and the potential for a more diverse and dynamic learning experience for students. Co-lecturing can also be a valuable opportunity for professional development and career advancement for the instructors involved