Mariners of all time, riding the waves of success in marine engineering and transportation

The BS Marine Engineering (BSMARE) and BS Marine Transportation (BSMT) are valued programs of FEATI University with application on design and delivery of Maritime Education based on the requirements of MARINA/CHED and STCW78 as amended with conventions according to each IMO. FEATI’s Maritime programs have been consistently ranked No. 1 in the National Capital Region by Marina/CHED.

BSMARE and BSMT are both 4-year degree programs that consist of three years of academics and one-year On-the-Job Training.

The Great FEATI Experience

Students taking up BS Marine Engineering and BS Marine Transportation are exposed to the rigors of academic challenges with courses that test the limits of their knowledge and skills, both in theories and practical applications.

The College of Maritime endeavours to qualify excellent maritime cadets who have the competitive capability to meet the Maritime Industry’s requirements in both local and international levels. It conducts studies and researches, in addition to providing consultation, to support and develop this vital industry by using the most developed techniques which meet international criteria and accreditation standards.

• Department Academic Experience


- Instruction is fully guided by the College’s policy, vision, and mission, and ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System which is not only supported by simulator-based training including maintenance but also includes shipboard training and completion.

- The teaching, learning and assessment activities are aligned with the syllabi and curriculum guides using English as the medium of instructions to prepare students for the global demand.

- There are written and laboratory exercises with actual hands-on practice by the students as part of outcomes-based education and as required by Flag Administrations.


Cadets of the College of Maritime Education do research works in accordance with the required courses and subjects.

Projects / Hands-on

The CME cadets undergo training on SolidWorks application software and work on the design and construction of sailboats to be used in an upcoming regatta activity.

Immersion / OJT

Cadets are required to undergo the 12-month OJT Program on-board seagoing vessel USL of at least 500GT after completing the three-year academic requirements to earn the BS degree in either Marine Engineering or Marine Transportation.

The Great FEATI Advantage

Faculty and resource persons

The faculty members of the College of Maritime Education are in full-time capacity and with professional license in the fields of maritime profession and are well-experienced both in land-based and sea-based operation. Our mentors are hired in accordance with the requirements of regulatory bodies.

The College, with the assistance of its faculty members and staff, builds and empowers students by bringing together alumni and upperclassmen to collaborate and participate in mentoring activities like seminar-workshops, symposia, and convocations. These are being done as the College strongly adopts outcomes-based education to achieve enduring learning.


The College of Maritime Education maintains accreditations by MARINA / CHED and Global Group Phils. As proof of its ability to consistently meet statutory and regulatory requirements in Maritime Education particularly in relation to the BSMT and BSMARE curricula. The College continues to improve customer satisfaction through the effective application of the ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System.

The Great FEATI Partnership


The College of Maritime Education has linkages with various regulatory bodies on Flag Administration like MARINA, CHED, and GlobalGROUP. The IMO and its conventions are adopting international regulations such as Basic Training, STCW, MARPOL, ISM Code, ISPS Code, as well as those from the Philippine Coast Guard, Philippine Navy and Marines, PAMI and international and local shipping or manning agencies.

Industry Partners

The College of Maritime Education has a number of partners in the maritime industry and profession that accept cadets in their companies. One active partner is the Manila Shipmanangement Inc (MANSHIP) owned and managed by FEATI alumnus Capt. Albert Bartilad. The company helps qualified FEATI cadets through scholarships.  MANSHIP assures them employment after graduation, aboard foreign seagoing vessels like huge tanker ships and other types of marine transportation.

The Great FEATI Reward

The FEATI mariners are the most sought-after seafarers by both local and international shipping and manning companies because of their knowledge, skills and character that make them distinct from the rest.

First-time mariners get to enjoy perks such as above-industry pay rates, opportunities to travel abroad, and other fringe benefits even while they are still finishing their degrees.

The Great FEATI Legacy

The College of Maritime Education prides itself with accomplished alumni who are recipients of FEATI Maritime Recognition & Awards.


Associate in Nautical Science, FEATIU 1967

PRC Licensed Captain, 1980

Promoted as Captain in 1983 and in-charge of various types of vessel and crews until 2015

Currently a Board Member of FEATI University Alumni Association Global, Inc. (FUAAGI)


Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation, FEATIU 1977

One of the first graduates of FEATIU BSMT

Master in Shipping Business Management, PMMA 2004

Port Captain of Vanguard Ship Management (Singapore) from 2008 to 2010

Currently the Training Manager of Phil Transworld Shipping Corp.


Associate in Nautical Science, FEATIU 1973

PRC Licensed Master Mariner, 1999

MARINA Course Content Developer

MARINA Panel of Examiners Member for Major, Minor Patron and Boat Captain

MARINA Accredited Instructor

Worked as Port Captain, Training Director, Operations Manager, Crewing Manager, and Maritime

Instructor in various companies

17 years shipboard experience as Master Mariner


Associate in Nautical Science, FEATIU 1974 (Consistent Scholar)

Ranked Top 4 in the 1990 PRC Licensure Exam for Master Mariners

Experienced Master Mariner in various ocean-going tanker vessels

OWWA-accredited and certified Pre-Departure Orientation Seminar Trainer

Lead Auditor for Quality Management Systems for the Safe Operation of Ships and Pollution


10 years as Master Mariner commanding various tanker vessels of Hellespont Group

Currently the Chief Port Captain of Manila Shipmanagement & Manning, Inc. (FEATI CME Industry


Manages Manila Shipmanagement & Manning, Inc. Scholarship Program extended to FEATIU BSMT students


Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation, FEATIU 1977 with Distinction

One of the first graduates of FEATIU BSMT

14 years of tanker experience plying worldwide trades from 3rd Officer to Master Level

22 years of shore-based experience from Fleet Training Officer to Safety and Environment

Protection Manager

Currently the Safety and Environment Protection Consultant of Taiyo Nippon Kisen Co., Ltd.-Regional

Operating Headquarters, Manila

Authored Safety and Environment Protection Manual for all ship management vessels in Japan


BS Marine Engineering, FEATIU 2003

PRC Licensed Chief Marine Engineer, 1987

Youngest, at the age of 29 y/o, Chief Engineer in command for National Shipping Corporation of the

Phils. (NSCP), the sole Philippine flag carrier in 1987

23 years of sea-based experience including 12 years as Chief Engineer

VP-CEO of Orophil Shipmanagement Corp, a company that earned the 25th Asia Pacific Achievers

Excellence Award as the Best Shipmanagement Company in Asia-Pacific from Asian world Class

Quality Citation in 2014

PRC Outstanding Professional of the Year Award in the field of Marine Engineer in 2005

Founder and Trustee of Marine and Technical Superintendent Association of the Philippines




FEATI Maritime Recognition and Awards 2018 Teaser

Prince Danielle B. Astete - 3rd Year BS Marine Engineering, Dean’s Lister

Capt. Albert E. Bartilad Short Testimonial

Annual Cadets Night & Ring Hop Ceremony at City State Hotel, Ermita, Manila (Best Maritime School)

BS Marine Engineering and BS Marine Transportation third year students, together with their parents, attended the Annual Cadets .... Read More