HomeIloiloIloilo CityMoloJohn B. Lacson Foundation Maritime University By ExploreIloilo.com. Updated on May 24, 2016.John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime University (JBLFMU) is a pioneer institution in maritime education in Iloilo. Since its establishment in 1948, the John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime University, then Iloilo Maritime Academy and all its units has gone a long long way. Today, the school holds international accreditation by being certified by Det Norske Veritas (DNV) of Norway for its Quality Assurance System – the first in the Philippines, second in Asia and third in the world to have a such distinction. Recently, John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime University is one of the top maritime schools certified by the Commission on Higher Education as having complied with the requirements of the International Maritime Organization (IMO).Academic Degrees John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime University Arevalo (Sto. NiÃ±o Sur, Arevalo, Iloilo City) Doctor of Philosophy in Maritime Education (Ph. D. M.E.) Major in Maritime Curriculum & Assessment Masters of Science in Maritime Education Majors in Administration and Supervision Teaching Competency Master of Science in Maritime Management Master of Science in Ship Management Management Level Courses (Marine Deck) Management Level Courses (Marine Engine) Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation Major in Seamanship and Navigation Seafarers Deck Rating Course Short Term Course in Computer Education Proficiency Course in Microsoft Education Proficiency Course in Microsoft Excel Proficiency Course in Microsoft Power Point Proficiency Course in Microsoft Access Proficiency Course in Adobe Photoshop John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime University Molo (JBLFMU Compound, M.H. del Pilar Street, Molo, Iloilo City) Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation Major in Seamanship and Navigation Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering Bachelor of Science in Cruise Ship Management Bachelor of Science in Custom Administration Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Shipping and Business Administration Bachelor of Science in Hotel & Restaurant Management Major in Cruise Ship Services Food & Beverage Services Seafarer: Catering/Stewarding John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime University Bacolod (Alijis, Bacolod City, Negros Occidental) Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation Major in Seamanship and Navigation Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering Bachelor of Science in Cruise Ship Management Bachelor of Science in Custom Administration Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Shipping and Business Administration Bachelor of Science in Maritime Information Technology Bachelor of Science in Tourism Major in Travel and Cruise Management Contact Details Telephone: (+63) (33) 336 5507 Email: [email protected] Website: http://www.jblfmu.edu.phDon’t leave yet. There’s more!Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment *Name * Email * Website ΔThis site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Comments dzun saysOctober 25, 2009 at 4:15 pmang parti sa courses nga offered, ang bag-uhan nga makatan-aw mag libog guid kay naka align and bullets sang COURSE kag MAJOR.Parihus sini bala,-> Bachelor of Science in …. * Major in … * Major in … -> Master of Science in … * Major in …Reply belwar saysNovember 1, 2009 at 8:27 pmDi ka kabalo mag basa kag interpret? Dn ka halin nga buho sang kalibutan man?Di ka man siguro idiot para magskwela sa johnb. Tamad kalang siguro mag basa…..Reply iEL saysNovember 3, 2009 at 4:48 pmHay, tudluan mo sa ya eh. kay ikaw tong my alam kag maayo nga pag-intindi..interpret mo sa iya kay ikaw adtong my mas mataas nga sense. Just elaborate further. Indi nga eh deprive mo pa sya. Buligan mo imo parehas kung nakita mo nga mahina pag-intindi eh.. Marcos C. saysNovember 16, 2009 at 8:30 pmthanks for your comment dzun, I’ve already edited the list.Reply Karmoy saysJuly 9, 2009 at 2:47 pmsa diin gali ang pic sang bacolod kag villa pre?Reply Karmoy saysJuly 9, 2009 at 2:45 pmbera johnbilonians, don’t feel bad about crisis, alot of lay-up vessels but that’s for a moment only, time will come that maritime will boom again not far from now, Pilipino seamens are most competent when you compare in other country , its too far, now we have a shortage of officers even there is a crisis, how much more if the economy will backtrack, we have a walk in exam to make our license easily catch, and 2 exam only (OIC and Management ) you can get your highest rank . study hard, pabay-i na ang mga uwak , chukua , indo , puti labi na gd ang mga ukrain and alike , we are superior from them. mas damo kita pinanilagan kag style even amo lang ni kita. show to the world that we can.Reply belwar saysNovember 1, 2009 at 8:24 pmKarmoy: feeling mo daw mayo kana gid in the sense sang life sa barko, ,kung nis ka, i have pitty on you, coz you know what, am also one of (nis 2ndbatch engine). Know y? coz you dont need to blog others esp uwak, ukranians and blah blah blah! I have saile to this freakin nationalities but its their life of style… We have our own and some of us is also an asshole…. Am now serving as cheifengineer in one of stolt nielsen vessel, Dont mess too much w/ this freakin people, be smart and not put down others! pakita mo ang abilidad mo nga la ka may natapakan, make me proud kung ma prosper mo ang imu abilidad! keep cool men !belwarReply Karmy saysNovember 2, 2009 at 11:03 pmTama ka meg. But so what kung nis ka, gapabalo2x ka gd nga nis ka. Daw wala ko da b kabalo eh. Wel regular malang ko ya ah. Baln man na sang mga regular kung anu ang nis . iEL saysNovember 3, 2009 at 4:34 pmKarmoy: your convincing other Filipino’s to excess among those people in other countries. But on the other hand you shame them. Those were just individual differences among those other cultures.Belwar: The sense of showing your self on that you belong to (NIS) and being a chief eng right now is being proud on what you have. I salute on that.. I think you strive hard on it and making proud here in public as others do not know about you. Your right that he don’t need to freakin other nationalities. But then you are also freakin other Filipinos as you said “We have our own and some of us is also an asshole”. What do you think on it?The fact that people, mapa pinoy man oh ibang lahi ay iba iba ang ugali..Belwar as I have known this person “Karmoy” you both are in the same field working in vessels. Yung kinaiba nga lng chiefmate sya at ikaw chief engineer. Both of you has your own perseverance towards your professions. Keep it up men, and be progressive in life…Tani tandaan nyo lng pirmi nga bisan ano pa inyo nalab-ot indi kamo you must know were to look back sa inyong pinanggalingan.Godbless!!!Reply toto saysNovember 3, 2009 at 9:04 pmkadlaw man ko sang englis nyo ba…abi ilonggoha na lang bala kay daw ka balik-awot sang inyo sentence specifically grammar usage. I dont mean any offense but we all should know that not only people in john b lacson, not only people in iloilo city but all those in general who happen to come across your thread – here and abroad – may find your sentence laughable. Remember we represent our school everytime we scribble our ideas through this blog. It is only but fitting that we should filter and edit those things we ought to say here because we are creating impressions upon the mind of the readers. toto saysNovember 4, 2009 at 7:53 pmTwo things could happen here:1. Honor 2. EmbarassmentTherefore, think twice before you enter your ideas so as not to put our institution to shame.