University of Makati
  • The History of the University of Makati

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    The University of Makati was founded in 1972 as Makati Polytechnic Community College, also known as MPCC. MPCC offered technical vocational programs in industrial and business technology. In 1987, MPCC was renamed Makati College.

    The Philippine Army turned over the Fort Andres Bonifacio College to the Municipal Government of Makati and merged with Makati College in 1990. In 1991, Makati College was renamed Pamantasan ng Makati by virtue of Municipal Order no. 433.

    To be more globally competitive, Pamantasan ng Makati changed its name to University of Makati or UMak in 2002 through City Ordinance 2002-111 paving the way for education innovations in the City of Makati.

    Producer: UMak Corporate Communications Center
    Script and Concept: Prof. Cynthia Margaretta José and Mr. Steve Villacorta
    Director and Editor: Mr. John Japhet Tubeo
    Videographers: Mr. John Japhet Tubeo and Mr. Joshua Pensotes
    Production Assistant: Mr. Niño Commerciase
    Voice-over: Prof. Jeff Aragon
    Photo Courtesy: Prof. Calixta Caber and Dr. Loreta Catipon Show less
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