Capt. Gregorio S. Oca
Founding Chairman of MAAP

Filipinos comprise the largest number of seafarers manning the global shipping industry.

The Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific (MAAP)
is intent on nurturing not only seafarers but leaders
who are highly competent and disciplined.

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ATTENTION: To all Class 2018 applicants who undergone the phase 3 of the admission process (medical and physical examination)

Please be informed that the Indoctrination and Orientation Period (IOP) is scheduled on April 21, 2014. MAAP is still waiting for the final selection list from the Sponsoring Companies.

All successful candidates for IOP will receive a notification thru letter/phone call from MAAP. Please feel free to inquire a week before the specified date above.

Below is the copy of Letter FOR THOSE WHO PASSED AND ARE QUALIFIED FOR IOP/RAMP on April 21, 2014. For the LIST OF PASSERS you may verify by calling us at 02-784-9100 or just wait for the letter to be sent via courier (LBC/JRS/TO GO). You will also receive a notification thru phonecall/text for further instructions. PLS. BE INFORMED ALSO THAT THIS IS JUST A PARTIAL LIST PASSERS YOU MAY STILL VERIFY IF EVER THE APPLICANTS NAME IS NOT YET INCLUDED. Thank you!

Downloadable File: Letter for IOP/RAMP


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Graduate Programs



1. Scholarship grant
2. Free board and lodging
3. Insured while enrolled in the Academy
4. In-house shipboard training
5. Personality, character, and leadership development through physical fitness, emotional literacy, NROTC and varied extracurricular activities
6. Use of modern equipment and facilities
7. Lucrative employment onboard modern vessels of foreign
shipping companies

1. Male or female, Single
2. Filipino Citizen
3. Physically fit
4. Morally upright and has no derogatory record
5. Born from 01-Jan-1993 to 31-Mar-1998.
6. May be a high school or college graduate or candidate for graduation from both
7. Minimum height of 5 ft. 4 in. (162.5 cm) for MALE and 5 ft. 2 in. (157.5 cm) for FEMALE applicants
8. Has never been officially admitted at MAAP

NOTE: Strictly comply with qualification requirements. Inaccurate records may disqualify an applicant.

1. 2 copies of recent 2 x 2 colored pictures
2. Payment of non-refundable processing fee of P 300.00 in cash or check/money order payable to MAAP
3. Photocopy of birth certificate
4. Photocopy of valid school ID or certification from your principal/registrar, that you are a bonafide or graduating student with good standing.
5. Photocopy of High School Report Card with at least a GPA of 83%.
     -- For High School Graduating Student :
                            High School Report Card during your 3rd Year Level.  
     -- For College Level :
                            High School Report Card during your 4th Year Level.
6. LBC Prepaid Regular Pack worth P95.00 for Luzon and P105.00 for Visayas and Mindanao; or other courier services.

1. Get MAAP scholarship application forms from any of the
testing/filing centers, Naval ROTC units, or PCG stations
2. Submit duly accomplished application form with the
requirements to designated filing centers either by mail
or in person
3. Receive admission slip either by mail or in person

NOTE: Registration time for entrance examination starts at 0630H and ends at 0930H.


Applicants must pass/meet standards covering four stages:

  • MAAP Entrance examination inclusive of the aptitude/emotional/intelligence/personality/psychological/neuro-psychiatric tests
  • Personal interview to be conducted by the BOA members
  • MAAP Medical criteria inclusive of physical, drug, lungs, dental, laboratory, audio test and color blindness test (ISHIHARA test), visual acuity for far vision should be at least 20/30.
  • Orientation training for two months (April-May) inclusive of refresher classes in Math and English coupled with semi-regimental training
Downloadable Files:
Application Form

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MAAP Equipment

Full-Mission Motion Bridge Simulator is a moving platform simulator comprised of six (6) MOOG electro-pneumatic actuators...

The Secondary Bridge Simulators are three (3) DNV Class B type bridge simulators designated as Bridge B, Bridge C, and Bridge D...

The Desktop Simulator center contains 10 desktop entry-level bridges. Each bridge station has three (3) monitor displays for Radar/ARPA...


The engine room simulator is comprised of LOS stations, alarm panels and seven (7) mimic panels. The engine control room...

The Integrated Bridge System is a combination of interconnected systems that allows the control of navigation equipment...



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Kamaya Point., Brgy. Alas-asin, Mariveles, Bataan

MAAP Satellite: (02) 527-2110
MAAP Tel. No.: (02) 784-9100
MAAP Bataan: (047) 237-3355
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