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MAPUA Student Assistantship (S.A.)

MAPUA Student Assistantship (S.A.)

Scholarship Background

The MAPUA Student Assistantship (S.A.) is one of the financial assistance programs that Mapua Institute of Technology offers to students.

Scholarship Benefits

-Minimum wage allowance

Scholarship Qualifications

-3rd year – 4th year student;
-Currently enrolled
-Admission status should be “OK”

Scholarship Requirements

Responsibilities
-Shall render work at assigned offices/departments
-Work for a maximum of 24 hours a week during a regular term. Class hours and duty hours should not exceed 12 hours per day.
-Work for a maximum of eight (8) hours a day during breaks [term breaks / vacation] and non-class days;

Requirements
-An accomplished application form for Student Assistants (SA) from CSFA
-Photocopy of Certificate of Matriculation (CM)
-Photocopy of the Latest Final Grades Reports
-Certificate of Good Moral Character from the CSAD (for new applicant only)
-Certificate of Good Health (for new applicant only)
-Letter of Consent from the Parents/ Guardian
-Two photo ID (1.5”x1.5” or 2” x 2”)
-Student Assistant Evaluation by the Immediate Head (for renewal of contract)

*The Student Assistantship is renewable every term. Students who wish to continue working as a Student Assistant must submit a renewal application form at the CSFA Office.

Number of Slots

1

Scholarship Application Schedule

Application Period Exam Schedule Scholarship Results Date
before enrollment none to be announced by the CSFA

Scholarship Exam Coverage

  • none

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