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Philippine College Scholarships: The Asian Institute of Tourism Scholarship

A lot of the scholarships we know of tend to favor freshmen, yet there are grants out there specifically for students of higher levels.  For those of you who are majoring in Tourism, the Asian Institute of Tourism (AIT) offers … Continue reading

Philippine College Scholarships: Shouichi Yoshida Memorial Scholarship

It’s interesting to see that other people recognize the value of our country’s natural resources, even if we ourselves don’t.  In fact, there is at least one scholarship grant out there that caters to potential graduates of agriculture courses in … Continue reading

Philippine College Scholarships: OWWA EDSP Scholarship

Children of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) face the challenge of growing up in a home where at least one parent is not physically present.  Perhaps that is why certain organizations have chosen to act compassionately toward them and to assist … Continue reading

OWWA EDSP 2011 Results Out!

Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) has just posted the  OWWA EDSP 2011 exam results in their website. The OWWA EDSP (Education for Development Scholarship Program) exam for school year 2011-2012 was administered in November 2010. Out of the 3,338 OFW-dependents who … Continue reading

DOST 2011 S&T Exam Results Out!
DOST SEI Scholarship

The results of the DOST 2011 Scholarship exam (i.e. DOST Science and Technology Scholarship Exam held last November 2010) are out now. According to DOST, 1,246 high school students passed the DOST S&T 2011 scholarship exam! Congratulations to the lucky … Continue reading

DOST Exam 2011 Results Update

A lot of you are coming here to look for DOST exam 2011 results (i.e. the DOST Science and Technology Scholarship Exam for SY 2011-2012). Thus, we are writing this post to inform you that – at the moment – … Continue reading

Philippine Selected Ethnic Group Educational Assistance Program (SEGEAP)

While most scholarships and grants aren’t restricted to specific groups of people, there are times when the government will extend financial assistance to certain communities who may need some special attention—ethnic groups, for instance. Now members who belong to cultural … Continue reading


Besides learning institutions, the government is usually one of the best sources of financial assistance for poor yet deserving students.  In fact, certain departments have their names affixed to scholarship grants, making for easy sponsor identification. Speaking of which, the … Continue reading

The Peace Corps Alumni Foundation Scholarships

Scholarship sponsors usually have a predetermined list factors with which to judge applicants.  Academic excellence is definitely an important consideration, yet it’s not all that sponsors are looking for.  Other intangibles, such as being active in extra-curricular activities and showing … Continue reading

KPI Academic Scholarships for Financially Challenged Filipino Youths

With the qualifications I mentioned in the previous articles, you may be tempted to think that Kabataang Pilipino, Inc. (KPI) is always on the lookout for applicants with “special” needs or abilities. That’s not necessarily the case, however.  As the … Continue reading