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Misamis Institute of Technology quadrangle
Philippines

This is quadrangle of the Misamis Institute of Technology (MIT).  MIT is among the best maritime schools throughout the Philippines. Its alumni are operating ships in international routes.  Aside from maritime courses, MIT also offers other engineering and technical courses.

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更新: 13/05/2012
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  • Antonovko over 1 year ago
    This is not the same MIT that was closed many years ago. I think this is MIT, Inc.
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