If the gov't PMMA can't force their graduates (all commissioned in the Naval Reserves) to join the PN, how much more from the MAAP a private academy?
Remember that cadets in PMA are made to sign a contract that they would have to serve as Officers in AFP for eight years no less.
This must be how PCG does it for their PMMA scholars.
It is only another measure to improve training of future naval officers. The real and long-term solution would be the improvement of training, facilities and Faculty of NETC in Zambales which has not seen any notable improvement for the past years, decade even.
It is not a problem sending trainees to civilian training institutions, even through 22-K scholarship program, the scholars are required to render service to the AFP under contract.