RSU Ten-Point Agenda
1. Pursue excellence in instruction
2. Pursue excellence in research
3. Pursue excellence in extension
4. Ensure more efficient resource generation and management
5. Expand and strengthen local and international linkages
6. Pursue excellence in human resource and organizational development
7. Maximize support systems to teaching, learning and research
8. Promote students' affairs, welfare and success
9. Implement massive information and communication and technology development
10. Establish the Center for Sustainable Environment and Natural Resource Governance
MAP is the acronym for the “University Mobility in Asia and the Pacific”. Founded in 1991, it is a voluntary association of government and non-government representatives of the higher education (university) sector.
University Mobility in Asia and the Pacific (UMAP) Council Inc., Philippines
The general aim of UMAP is for each of the countries and territories in the Asia- Pacific region to achieve a better understanding of the cultural, economic and social systems of the other countries and territories in the region through enhanced cooperation among higher education institutions and increased mobility of university students and staff.
To date, there are 36 countries that are members of UMAP, and 157 HEIs/SUCs in the Philippines are active institutions. The UMAP Philippines National Secretariat is the Commission on Higher Education - International Affairs Staff (IAS), headed by Atty. Lily Freida M. Milla.
UMAP International Secretariat
Tel: +81-3-3945-7682 Fax : +81-3-3945-7994
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: c/o Toyo University, 5-28-20Hakusan,
Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 112-8606 Japan
UMAP Philippine National Secretariat
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: C.P. Garcia Avenue 2/F, CHED HEDC Building, 1100 Quezon City, Philippines