Relevance of School Related Factors to the Job Placement of Engineering Graduates

  • Nemy H. Chavez College of Engineering
  • Evelyn L. De Castro College of Engineering
  • Nestor C Camello College of Engineering
  • Joselito A. Dolot College of Engineering
  • Jake M. Laguador College of Engineering
Keywords: research, community service, student services, job placement


This study aimed to determine the relevance of school related factors in terms of Faculty and Instruction, Student Services, Organization and Administration, Community Extension, Linkages & Research to the job placement of Engineering graduates. Descriptive type of research as utilized in the study. Results revealed that the engineering graduates believed that community extension, linkages and research have the highest relevance to their job placement followed by student services, faculty and instruction while the organization and administration obtained the least mean score. Employees of higher education institutions should be aware of the image they project while dealing with the students and they should keep on reminding their value as part of the students’ development of future engineers and professionals

How to Cite
N. H. Chavez, E. L. De Castro, N. C. Camello, J. A. Dolot, and J. M. Laguador, “Relevance of School Related Factors to the Job Placement of Engineering Graduates”, EPH - International Journal of Science And Engineering (ISSN: 2454 - 2016), vol. 2, no. 6, pp. 30-36, Jun. 2016.