The Harvard University International Graduate Students have a number of programs for international students from the Philippines planning to study at the Harvard graduate and professional schools. The Ayala Scholarship Fund and the Eugenio Lopez Scholarship Fund fellowships support citizens of the Philippines who are enrolling in graduate degree programs. Candidates must have financial need as determined by the Harvard school on which they plan to enroll.
The CFA Institute offers a need based scholarship opportunity for those who are unable to afford the full price of the CFA Program enrollment and registration fees. The Access Scholarship awards waive the CFA Program enrollment fee and reduce the exam registration fee to $250, including the CFA Program eBook.
The Japanese Grant Aid for Human Resource Development Scholarship (JDS) opens scholarship to Filipinos to study in Japan. This is one of the longest running international scholarship programs offered by the Japanese government to Filipino professionals who want to study in Japan. The Project for Human Resource Development Scholarship by the Japanese Grant Aid or JDS is open for Filipinos engaged in formulating and implementing socio-economic development plans and become future leaders in their respective fields.
The Asian Institute of Management MBA and MDM Scholarship Programs are available to Asia’s vibrant pool of aspiring graduates. The institute provides full or partial scholarships to exceptionally qualified students wanting to pursue Master in Business Administration (MBA) and Master in Development Management (MDM). These students are chosen not only for their potential to enrich discussions in their case rooms and encourage wider worldviews among the student body, but for their ability to contribute to their own organizations and communities upon graduation.
The Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) is a regional intergovernmental organization established in 1965 among governments of Southeast Asian countries to promote regional cooperation in education, science and culture in the region. As an organization that has continued to nurture human capacities and explored the peoples’ fullest potential, the SEAMEO maintains its work and aspirations for development with peoples of the region to make lives better in quality and equity in education, preventive health education, culture and tradition, information and communication technology, languages, poverty alleviation and agriculture and natural resources.
The Paglaum Scholarship Program aims to provide assistance to students from the Cebu province who could not afford to finish their studies due to financial constraints. Under the program, selected students are granted P10,000 subsidy for their school expenses as well as monthly allowances of P1,500. The scholar is required to maintain a passing grade of 75%.
The Zalora Scholarship gives a P35,000 grant plus an internship opportunity with Zalora. Zalora welcomes applicants from all tertiary institutions, including undergraduates and students from vocational schools. Having a passion for fashion is a plus, but you will be assessed mainly based on academic results and the quality of your entry.
Cebu Doctors’ University (commonly abbreviated as CDU) is a private university located in Mandaue City, Cebu, Philippines. It was founded in 1975 at Cebu City, as Cebu Doctors’ College, with the opening of its College of Nursing, one of the first nursing colleges in Cebu. After successfully establishing Cebu Doctors’ Hospital, its core founders conceived the opening of a school of medicine as another venue of service that may have a significant effect and contribution to the welfare and progress of the nation.
The Cebu Doctors’ University College of Medicine Awards Committee is the sole body tasked to screen and determine the qualification of all potential awardees. After ratification by the Board of Trustees, the Awards Committee’s shall be final. All scholarships and awards shall be granted upon recommendation of the Dean and the approval of the Board of Trustees. No student shall be granted more than one scholarship at a time. Foreign medical students are not eligible for scholarships.
The Aboitiz Foundation has been very active in developing special science elementary schools and technical vocational high schools, repair and construct regular classrooms, construct AGAPP Silid Pangarap kindergarten classrooms, and grant scholarships and financial assistance to deserving students. Education remains at the forefront of the Aboitiz Group’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives. Every year, a big part of the annual CSR budget has been allotted to education related initiatives to deliver on their promise of a better learning environment for the Philippine communities.