VYP MSC Institute of Technology is among the 277 colleges and universities in the Philippines included in the World Ranking Web of Universities, according to the Cybermetrics Lab, a research group belonging to the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), the largest public research body in Spain.
MSC is ranked 49th in the Philippines, and 11,304 in global rank in this prestigious list. In overall ranking, MSC is just below De La Salle College of St. Benilde, Mariano Marcos State University, and De La Salle Lipa. It is just above Adamson University, University of St. La Salle Bacolod, St. Mary’s University of Bayombong and Batangas State University.
MSC ranks even higher at 21st spot in terms of Web Presence with a global presence rank of 4,848, a few notches below Ateneo de Davao University (rank 15, global presence rank 4,464), and ahead of Far Eastern University (rank 22, global presence rank 5,064), University of the East (rank 24, global presence rank 5,033) and UP Los Baños (rank 25, global presence rank 6,079)!
MSC’s rank is driven mainly by its web presence, and the volume of informative content it has been publishing for many years. The MSC web presence is a collaborative effort by its research staff and students trained in various Internet and information technology
MSC In Wikipedia : Laguna, History, Girl Scouts, etc
MSC is the acknowledged Internet pioneer in San Pablo, setting up the first ISP(Internet Service Provider) in 1998 to bring the countryside closer to the global Internet community. The domain msc.edu.ph has been publishing quality Internet content since then, on various geographic and historical topics.
Today, MSC has at least 25,000 content pages indexed by Google, and its pages are cited as authority pages all over the Internet. This includes at least 90 pages directly referenced by Wikipedia (The Free Encyclopedia) on various topics:
Laguna and San Pablo
- Paciano Rizal
- Treaty of Paris
- Lupang Hinirang
- US Territorial Acquisitions
- 1909 Crystal Palace Scout Rally