Batangas State University

Logo Batangas State University
HE Institution
Year of foundation: 
1903
Member since: 
07/06/2022
Batangas State University

Contact

Institutional postal address: 
Rizal Avenue, Batangas City 4200 Philippines
Region: 
Asia and The Pacific
Country: 
Philippines
City: 
Batangas City
Institutional phone: 
(+63 43) 980-0385, 980-0387, 980-0392 to 94 425-7158 to 62 loc. 1546/1822

Mision / Vision

University vision: a premier national university that develops leaders in the global knowledge economy.

University mission: A university committed to producing leaders by providing a 21st century learning environment through innovations in education, multidisciplinary research, and community and industry partnerships in order to nurture the spirit of nationhood, propel the national economy, and engage the world for sustainable development. 

Goals

Pillar 1: Brand of Excellence

In its pursuit to become a national university, the Batangas State University shall be known as a leading producer of researchers, scholars, and innovators. It shall spearhead the development and excellent delivery of dynamic curricula that are responsive to the drivers of industry. It shall be the primary generator of new knowledge on niche areas by conducting high-impact research that contributes to national development. Through community and global partnerships, it shall provide innovative solutions to emerging societal problems. 

GOAL: A culture of curiosity, inquiry, discovery, social responsibility and diversity.

Pillar 2: Access

Adherent to the government's drive to promote universal access to quality education, Batangas State University shall provide a 21st century learning environment, through smart infrastructure and innovative services, geared towards meaningful learning experiences for holistic student development.

GOAL: A Holistic, Quality, and Inclusive Learning Environment in the 21st Century

Pillar 3: Social Relevance

The University shall respond to problems in communities and industries through the development of relevant institutional programs, provision of expertise and quality services, and strategic partnerships and knowledge-based solutions to achieve a more sustainable future. In particular, the University shall take a proactive role in advancing the sustainable development strategies and educating the public on emerging and pressing social concerns.

GOAL: Reponsive Sustainable Solutions for Social Dvelopment through Community Partnerships

Pillar 4: Inclusive Innovation

The University shall be a catalyst for building an innovation ecosystem that supports wider participation of stakeholders in developing products and services for national development.

GOAL: Primary Catalyst and Staging Ground for Inclusive Innovation

Pillar 5: Capacity

The University shall provide its personnel with continuing professional development towards achieving service excellence. In pursuit of achieving performance excellence in teaching, research and extension, and institutional service at par with accepted global standards, the University shall provide infrastructure and institutional programs for the strategic development of administrators, faculty and staff.

GOAL: Institutional Readiness as a University in the 21st Century

Pillar 6: Sustainability

The University shall ensure sound resource management in order to effectively and efficiently carry out its mandates and to guarantee continuity of its programs. It shall observe accountability, transparency and efficiency in all its operations. The University shall explore public and private partnerships in its investment initiatives as well as global funding in order to widen streams fo resources. It shall consider environmental sustainability in the planning and implementation of its programs, projects, and activities.

GOAL: Tactical Resource Generation and Management for Institutional Growth and Sustainability

Main activities

Instruction, Research, Extenion Services, and Production

Access, equity and quality

Access

Strategy 1: Formulate policies that articulate affirmative actions for accommodating marginalized sectros of society in compliance with government policies on RA 10931

Strategy 2: Offer well-established academic programs through open distance learning

Strategy 3: Establish an ICT-based academic environment that will support distance teaching and learning

Strategy 4: Develop fully functional and effective information systems and services that support administrative and finance activities, analytics and decision making

Strategy 5: Improve student services

Strategy 6: Develop well-designed programs for local culture and the arts

Strategy 7: Develop well-designed programs for sports development

Strategy 8: Offer an Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP) that allows students to obtain college and post-graduate degrees through their relevant working experience.

Quality

Strategy 1: Implement a culture chage management program

Strategy 2: Develop programs and curricula that reflect 21st-century skills and competencies

Strategy 3: Develop research programs responsive to the needs of the community and industry

Strategy 4: Strengthen international partnerships that support the teaching and research programs of the University

Strategy 5: Increase the number of international students and academic staff

Curricular innovation in higher education institutions (HEIs)

Strategy 1: Develop institutional programs and activities that would spur innovation and technopreneurship. 

Strategy 2: Establish niche Techology Business Incubators to develop technology-based products, services, and social enterprises for national development

Strategy 3: Establish the Knowledge, Innovation and Science Technology (KIST) Park in support of academic and research programs and to spur economic and social development in the community. 

Opening up higher education to society

Strategy 1: Intensify research-based extension services programs focused on issues of national importance such as poverty, protection and reservation of natural resources, and disaster risk reduction and management

Strategy 2: Engage partners and collaborate with external stakeholders to improve university relations in the community and attain national relevance

Strategy 3: Take a proactive role in educating the public on emerging and pressing social concerns

Higher education's contribution to sustainability

Strategy 1: Constantly strive for financial viability and sustainability of university operations

Strategy 2: Strengthen Risk Management

Strategy 3: Ensure a disaster-resilient and environmentally-sustainable University

Strategy 4: Ensure the efficient delivery of all its administrative and financial services

Social responsibility of higher education

Strategy 1: Intensify research-based extension services programs focused on issues of national importance such as poverty, protection and reservation of natural resources, and disaster risk reduction and management.

Strategy 2: Engage partners and collaborate with external stakeholders to improve university relations in the community and attain national relevance

Strategy 3: Take a proactive role in educating the public on emerging and pressing social concerns

Partners

  • UNESCO. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
  • The Catalan Association of Public Universities (ACUP)

Sponsored by

  • Generalitat de Catalunya. Ministry of Business and Employment. Department of Research and Universities
  • Generalitat de Catalunya. Ministry for Foreign Action and Open Government