Years later, MINT has established itself as a respected brand in the areas of business, arts and technology education.  In fact, our reputation is that of an innovative, creative and non-traditional school.  With the school’s steady push of empowering students to actually practice their learnings in real, professional settings, students from arts, business, and technology programs get to participate at professional and semi-professional competitions and win. Our senior students get absorbed in the various top companies they applied to for their on-the-job trainings, and get scouted by top agencies while still in school. These validate the MINT education model of developing students to conceptualize, plan and execute like creative professionals.

Founded in 2010, Meridian International College (MINT College), has proven that it is possible to offer a modern approach to education in a country that generally practices old-fashioned and traditional educational norms.  While the Philippines lags behind its more progressive Asian neighbors in the quality of education, the founders at MINT sought to start a movement by applying international standards to college education coupled with unique attributes that further enhance all programs being offered.  Key international faculty with impressive professional credentials are the primary drivers tasked to deliver the MINT brand of education in the budding metropolis of McKinley Hill, Taguig City and in the midst of the bustling corporate area of Ortigas East, Pasig City.  

Values: 

  • Creativity - Values imagination and the sense of ingenuity as drivers of creation and innovation.

  • Diversity - Embraces new ideas and our individual differences in order to broaden understanding of the world and each other.

  • Community - Appreciates that our worth as individuals is greater when part of a whole; that our impact as professionals is multiplied when part of a team; and that our lives are richer, if shared.

Vision:

Prepare our students to meet the challenge of a fast-changing modern world and the responsibility of making it a better one. 

Mission:

To provide our students a collaborative environment immersed in creativity and engaging activities with a focus on the applied. We take pride in the diversity of our student community—letting them learn from one another, as well as from faculty and individual experiences. 

 

Collaboration is MINT’s greatest feat. Students from various disciplines won back-to-back at ABS-CBN MYX’s  Himig Handog . Two music videos of two groups,  Tayo Na Lang Kasi  (sung by Kyla and Jason Dy) and  O Pag-Ibig  (featuring Bailey May and Ylona Garcia), both won grand prize in the said competition.

Collaboration is MINT’s greatest feat. Students from various disciplines won back-to-back at ABS-CBN MYX’s Himig Handog. Two music videos of two groups, Tayo Na Lang Kasi (sung by Kyla and Jason Dy) and O Pag-Ibig (featuring Bailey May and Ylona Garcia), both won grand prize in the said competition.

MINT MMA students finished painting a second mural at the Venice Grand Canal Mall Foodcourt. Their first mural project was beside Coffee Bean Tea and Leaf. They were tapped by Shakey’s Pizza, through the partnership of MINT College and Megaworld Lifestyle Malls.

MINT MMA students finished painting a second mural at the Venice Grand Canal Mall Foodcourt. Their first mural project was beside Coffee Bean Tea and Leaf. They were tapped by Shakey’s Pizza, through the partnership of MINT College and Megaworld Lifestyle Malls.

MINT Junior Marketing Association (JMA) were grand champions at De La Salle University Manila’s marketing competition, DeMAND. It is sponsored by BAYO. They won the grand prize with their business pitch of having BAYO collaborate with local artists and small businesses to sustain the products they sell.

MINT Junior Marketing Association (JMA) were grand champions at De La Salle University Manila’s marketing competition, DeMAND. It is sponsored by BAYO. They won the grand prize with their business pitch of having BAYO collaborate with local artists and small businesses to sustain the products they sell.

MINT College Multimedia Arts students win 5 out of 7 awards at the annual adobo Design Awards Asia 2017 event in April 2017. This was MINT's first time to compete in this prestigious contest, garnering a total of 5 awards, with 9 nominations - the most out of any school.

MINT College Multimedia Arts students win 5 out of 7 awards at the annual adobo Design Awards Asia 2017 event in April 2017. This was MINT's first time to compete in this prestigious contest, garnering a total of 5 awards, with 9 nominations - the most out of any school.

MINT College did it again! We now achieved a triple crown at the adobo Design Awards Asia as three Multimedia Arts students— senior high Andy Dimagmaliw and college students Nikki Albert and Gaby Salgado—won for the school again. They were awarded two Bronze and a Silver.

MINT College did it again! We now achieved a triple crown at the adobo Design Awards Asia as three Multimedia Arts students— senior high Andy Dimagmaliw and college students Nikki Albert and Gaby Salgado—won for the school again. They were awarded two Bronze and a Silver.

Two teams of Entrepreneurship students joined 2018 Start-Up Weekend Manila, a 54-hour start-up business competition participated by mostly professional corporate teams. Our team of senior high students—Reyjude Ramos, Sofia Manzano, and Julia Chong—came out on top with their mobile app SWAGE that aims to help people with dietary restrictions.

Two teams of Entrepreneurship students joined 2018 Start-Up Weekend Manila, a 54-hour start-up business competition participated by mostly professional corporate teams. Our team of senior high students—Reyjude Ramos, Sofia Manzano, and Julia Chong—came out on top with their mobile app SWAGE that aims to help people with dietary restrictions.