Study Now Pay Later Plan Act of 2017

Study Now Pay Later Act of 2017 program mandating all private higher education institutions (PHEIs) to let poor students get a degree and pay when they land in a job when they graduate got a push from Baguio lawmaker Marques Go in the House of Representatives. Go filed House Bill Continue Reading

DBP Endowment For Education Program (DEEP) Philippine Scholarship

The Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP), through its corporate social responsibility initiative DBP Endowment for Education Program (DEEP) has benefitted thousands of poor, but brilliant Filipino students since its inception in 2008. Most of the scholars are children of farmers, laborers, drivers, teachers, housewives, government employees, retired policemen, and Continue Reading

Student Financial Assistance Programs (StuFAPs) For Filipinos

CHED continues to provide poor and deserving Filipinos the opportunity to access quality higher education as articulated in its long term development plan provisions through maintenance of scholarships, grants-in-aids, and loan programs. The Commission en Banc (CEB) approved the enhanced guidelines for the implementation of the StuFAPs effective 2014, CMO Continue Reading

What Can Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency And Accreditation (ETEEAP) Do For The Filipinos?

The ETEEAP is a comprehensive educational assessment program at the tertiary level that recognizes, accredits and gives equivalencies to knowledge, skills, attitudes and values gained by individuals from relevant work. It is implemented through deputized higher education institutions that shall award the appropriate college degree. Beneficiaries must be Filipinos who Continue Reading

University Of The Visayas ETEEAP Alternative Education Competency Award

The University of the Visayas was founded by the late Don Vicente Gullas in 1919 as the Visayan Institute in Cebu City. Today, it has grown into an 8 campus, province wide system of higher education and lower level laboratory schools. The main campus in Cebu City, with a 6 Continue Reading

University of San Carlos Philippine Scholarships

The University of San Carlos grants scholarship privileges to students who excel in their studies, as well as to those who qualify as members of the USC varsity teams and the USC performing arts groups, and also, providing grants-in-aids to those who are financially  deprived. The scholarship programs consists of Continue Reading

SM Foundation College and Tech-Voc Philippine Scholarship Programs

SM Foundation was established in 1983 by Henry Sy Sr. and Felicidad T. Sy to pursue its mission anchored in “People Helping People”. The SM group of companies focused on social inclusion by nurturing and caring the underserved communities where SM is present. The affiliates of the programs managed by Continue Reading

University Of The Philippines Iskolar Ng Bayan Scholarship Programs

UP students play a significant role in fulfilling the University’s mandate as agents of national development. As an Iskolar ng Bayan, all UP students are entitled to support through subsidies provided by the National government. This is granted through discounts on tuition and other school fees. UP students are often Continue Reading

Iskolar Ng Bayan Act of 2014 (R.A. 10648) Philippine Scholarship

The law, Iskolar Ng Bayan Act of 2014 (R.A. 10648), was authored by Rep. Roman Romulo of Pasig City. In his three successive terms as congressman, Romulo has made a continuing advocacy of providing greater access to higher education for all Filipino students, regardless of their social or economic standing. Continue Reading

Asian Center Masters Scholarship Programs In University Of The Philippines

The Asian Center is the University of the Philippines’ only unit with a regional area of specialization and one of the colleges in the university’s Diliman campus. Established in 1955 as the Institute of Asian Studies, the Asian Center offers graduate-level multidisciplinary academic programs on Asian Studies and on Philippine Continue Reading