Undergraduate Project Competition
College of Engineering
UPC is an annual inter-department competition of undergraduate projects in the UP College of Engineering.
Founded on June 13, 1910, the UP College of Engineering offers the most comprehensive engineering curricula in the country. In keeping with the highest academic standards set by the University, six professional departments and two institutes offer undergraduate and graduate programs that are recognized by Universities around the world.
The College’s thrust towards research is emphasized in the number of research laboratories attached to each Institute or Department. Through works conducted by students and faculty members, the College has consistently published their work in reputable engineering and scientific journals as well as in conferences both here and abroad.
With a tradition of excellence in teaching and research, the College boasts of faculty members with advanced degrees. The College has the highest concentration of faculty members with Ph.D. in any Engineering school in the country. Our faculty members have obtained their advanced degrees in well-known Universities in the United States, Japan, Europe, and Australia.
The College actively pursues collaborative works with industries, government agencies, academes, and other units of UP. The College also provides extension services by its faculty members through its research and extension arm, the National Engineering Center and its affiliated research centers namely, Building Research Service, National Center for Transportation Studies, National Hydraulic Research Center, and Training Center for Applied Geodesy and Photogrammetry.