Admission

The VMA Global College on its way to Modernization and Expansion Plan to Provide Quality Education & Compentent Globally Skilled Seafarers a commitment to the Nation and to the Maritime , Tourism, Information Technology and Business Industry.
PRE-ADMISSION PROCEDURE (NEW STUDENTS & TRANSFEREES ONLY)

1. Qualifying Examination/Issuance admission Form
GUIDANCE

2. Medical/Dental Check-up
CLINIC

3. Presentation of Requirements/Approval of Admission
DEANS(ACAD)

Documentary Requirements:
First Year Students
1) Form 138
2) Authenticated Birth certificate (Security Paper)
3) Good Moral Certificate
4) Picture (colored 1x1)

Transferees
1) Transcript of Records
2) Certificate of Eligibility to Transfer
3) Authenticated Birth Certificate (Security Paper)
4) Good Moral Certificate
5) Picture (colored 1x1)

Returnees/Shiftees
1) Clearance from the VMA Accounting Office
2) Evaluation of subject/grade requirements by the Dean/Dean's approval
3) Picture (colored 1x1)

Program Requirements:

a. Maritime Program
1. General Health
Candidates must be physically, mentally and emotionally fit. Epilepsy, impaired vision, color blindness, badly impaired hearing, insanity, or any other disability, which might prevent the candidate from performing the normal or standard duties of an officer at sea, would preclude admission for maritime license programs.
a) Visual Acuity
Deck License : Minimum 20/20 in each eye, correctable to at least 20/40 in each eye.
Engineering License : Minimum 20/20 in each eye, correctable to 20/50 in each eye.
b) Color Perception
Deck Candidate : Must pass one of the color tests without use of color sensing lenses: Ishihara, Pseudoisochromic Plates, Farnsworth or Williams Lantern, Keystone Orthoscope, Keystone Telebinocular, SAMCT or Titmus Optical VisionTester
Marine Engine Candidate : Must be able to identify the colors red, green, blue, and yellow/pass Ishihara Test
 c) Hepatitis Screening and Immunization
Deck and Engine students must undergo Hepatitis screening or HBSAg within the prescribed screening period. The student should have a "NON-REACTIVE' result in HBSAg  before having his/her immunization. Students with "REACTIVE' result and are willing to pursue his/her course, must sign a waiver. A referral must then be made to the Academy Physician for consultation and medical management. This procedure is undertaken to secure students future for employment in terms of medical examinations.

2) Age upon entry: 15-21 years old
3) Height Requirement: Male - 5'2" or 156 cm. Female - 5'0" or 150 cm.
4) With good moral character
5) Must pass the school's entrance examination.

Business Courses (Non-Maritime Program)
1) General Health - physically, mentally & emotionally fit;
2) With good moral character;
3) Must undergo aptitude testing.

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