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College Admissions Info


Application Fees






Entrance Exam Results





online application



P450 for Filipinos
a. The non-refundable application fee is: • P450 for Filipinos with annual gross family income of more than P100,000 and resident foreign applicants studying in the Philippines; • US $50 for non-resident foreign applicants;• US $100 for applicants taking the UPCAT in the Middle East. b. Exempted from payment of the application fee are Filipino applicants belonging to either of these groups: 1. Those with annual gross family income of P100,000 or less (supported by 2009 Income Tax Return (ITR) of earning members ofthe family or BIR Certification of Exemption); or, 2. Top ten graduates or prospective graduates of public high schools for SY 2010-2011 (supported by a ranked listing of the school’s TOP TEN students as of SY 2009-2010 signed by the School Head/Principal). MODES OF PAYMENT Through any of the following (payable to UPCAT): 1. Any Land Bank (LBP) branch, Account No. 1462-2220-13 (only for peso payments); or; 2. Any Philippine National Bank (PNB) branch, Account No. 393496000021 (for peso payments) or Account No. 393496000039 (for US dollar payments); 3. Postal Money Order (PMO); or 4. Manager’s/Cashier’s Check/s (MC/CC) from any of the following: Allied Banking Corporation, Banco de Oro, Universal Bank, Bank of the Philippine Islands, China Banking Corporation, Development Bank of the Philippines, Land Bank of the Philippines, Metropolitan Banking Corporation, Philippine National Bank, Prudential Bank, Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation, Security Bank Corporation, Union Bank of the Philippines, United Coconut Planters Bank NOTE: (1) Land Bank and PNB will be charging a service fee of P25.00 for every application; (2) The Philippine Postal Corporation charges variable fees for every piece of PMO issued, depending on denomination; and (3) Different banks have also set their own fees for the purchase of Manager’s Checks and Cashier’s Checks. The application and testing fee for applicants from local high schools is PhP500.00. The application fee for applicants from high schools abroad is US$50.00 or PhP2,800.00.

3rd to 4th week of may

2nd to 3rd week of june

1st Saturday and Sunday of august


1st – 3rd week of january

1. http://upcat.up.edu.ph/results/
2. http://upcat.stickbreadsolutions.com/
4. http://upcat.pregi.net/

To be eligible to take the UPCAT, you must meet certain specific requirements. FIRST: You must belong to one of the categories listed below: 1. Senior students (e.g., Fourth Year, Grade 12, Senior 6) of DepEd-accredited schools or secondary schools abroad (expecting to graduate at the end of the school year); 2. Graduates of DepEd-accredited schools or secondary schools abroad; or 3. Those declared eligible for admission to college after taking the Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT). SECOND: You must also have: 1. Final grades for the First, Second and Third Years of the 4-year secondary school curriculum in schools with DepEd recognition/permit to operate said curriculum (or Grades 9, 10 and 11 or, their equivalent for international or foreign schools); and, 2. Not taken the UPCAT previously. NOTE: Graduates of DepEd-accredited schools or secondary schools abroad and those declared eligible for admission to college after taking the PEPT: 1. must not have taken any college subject/s previously; 2. must not be taking any college subject/s at present; and 3. will not be taking any college subject/s prior to or for the semester/academic year for which the UPCAT is to be taken. IMPORTANT REMINDERS: • There is no minimum high school average grade requirement for taking the UPCAT. • The UPCAT can be taken only once. Those who have already taken the UPCAT are not allowed to take it again.
1. Correctly and completely accomplished UPCAT Forms 1 and 2 a. If the applicant is a transferee or has taken some subjects from another school (e.g. for summer courses), then a signed and certified legible photocopy of the Permanent Secondary School Record (F137) from the other school must be attached to UPCAT Form 2 containing all the grades earned therein. b. Likewise, if the applicant needed more than 4 years to finish high school, a signed and certified photocopy of the F137 must be submitted. 2. Four 2″x2″ identical recent photographs taken within the last 6 months; and 2 sealed recommendation forms or recommendation letters, sealed secondary school record and principal’s recommendation form

(632) 981-8500 and input locals 3827, 3828 or 3831, oadms@up.edu.ph



UPCAT General Info:  http://upcat.up.edu.ph/htmls/GenInfo2011.doc


The application and testing fee for applicants from local high schools is PhP500.00. The application fee for applicants from high schools abroad is US$50.00 or PhP2,800.00.
1st to 2nd Week of June

1st to 2nd week of August

3rd Week of September
For Freshman and Transfer Applicants: Venue: Provincial Testing Centers* Date: September 18, 2010 Time: 7:30 am to 12:30 pm Venue: Ateneo de Manila University Manila University, Loyola Heights Campus, Quezon City Date: September 18, 2010 / September 19, 2010 Time: 7:30 am to 12:30 pm / 1:30 pm to 6:30 pm January 15, 2011 7:30 am to 12:30 pm Provincial Testing Centers (PTCs) (Cagayan de Oro City, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Naga, and Zamboanga ONLY) January 16, 2011 7:30 am to 12:30 pm Ateneo de Manila University Loyola Heights Campus Quezon City

http://academic-clinic.com/2010/06/acet-provincial-testing-centers/  http://www.admu.edu.ph/index.php?p=2644

Usually 2nd to 3rd week of January

Ateneo Blue Gym  http://ls.ateneo.edu/acet_results.php [disabled]

Loyola Heights, Quezon City (632) 426-6075 (632) 426-6001 Loc. 4154 to 5155 (632) 426-1214 Contact persons: Ms. Holly, Ms. Queenie, Mr. Fajardo oaa@admu.edu.ph http://www.admu.edu.ph/ls-oaa

Office of Admission and Aid Ground Floor, Kostka Hall Ateneo de Manila University Loyola Heights Campus Quezon City [sample application form: http://images.mikya.multiply.multiplycontent.com/attachment/0/SFNxeQoKCCMAAFGnPC01/admu.pdf?key=mikya:journal:26&nmid=100968118]





June or July   1st or 2nd Week of December

  August, October and December

http://www.ust.edu.ph/index.php/undergraduate-programs/62-provincial-testing-centers.html  http://www.ust.edu.ph/index.php/undergraduate-programs/63-international-testing-centers.html

Last Week of January

http://myuste.ust.edu.ph:8888/admission/results.jsp                results are also posted on the college buildings in UST main campus

1. Only high school candidates for graduation in the current school year are qualified to apply directly for the University of Santo Tomas Entrance Test (USTET). 2. The following applicants must submit the required documents and secure clearance from the UST Registrar’s Office before they apply for USTET: 1. Applicants who took and passed the Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT) and Non Formal Education Accreditation and Equivalency (NFEA&E) Test: Submission of the certification for passing is required. 2. Applicants who are graduates of previous school years: Submission of original high school credentials is required. 3. Applicants who are candidates for graduation of foreign schools: Submission of academic records, Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR) and photocopy of the passport is required. Filipino citizens who are graduates of foreign schools are required to submit their academic records and photocopy of passport. 4. Applicants who carry an alien passport but are graduates of local schools: Submission of academic records and Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR) is required. *Applicants with incomplete requirements will not be entertained.

# Printed application form # Clear photocopy of birth certificate # Certificate of Candidate for Graduation to be signed by the School Principal/School Registrar # Two (2) 2″ x 2″ recent identical pictures with printed name and signature at the back; and # Payment of application fee

Telephone: +632 406.1611 local 8276; + 632 309.7211 Mobile: +63 917.815.6323; +63 919.352.2634 Tele-facsimile: +632 309.7214 E-mail: ofad@mnl.ust.edu.ph This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Or visit us at: Office for Admissions Rm 104, UST-Tan Yan Kee Student Center University of Santo Tomas España, Manila






# For Filipino citizens and dual citizens: Php 600.00 # For International students (non-Filipino Citizens): US$ 50.00

Usually June to August/September

august to september

DLSU-Manila College Entrance Test Dates: usually 2nd-4th Sundays of October

Applicants from the following provinces may also inquire at the Guidance Offices of: Venue: Testing Date: St. Agnes Academy, Legaspi City Contact no. (052) 480 1682 Assumption Iloilo, Iloilo City Contact no. (033) 338 1816 28 August 2010 (Saturday) Davao Psychological Services & Research Center, Davao City Contact no. (082) 224 1578 Escuela de Nuestra Señora de La Salette, Dagupan City Contact no. (075) 522 3279 04 September 2010 (Saturday) Sacred Heart School-Hijas de Jesus, Cebu City Contact no. (032) 253 6347 St. John Integrated School, Angeles City Contact no. (045) 892 2837 or 892 0244 11 September 2010 (Saturday) University of St. La Salle, Bacolod City Contact no. (034) 432 1180 Palawan Hope Christian High School, Puerto Princesa City Contact no. (048) 433 2849 18 September 2010 (Saturday) Oro Christian Grace School, Cagayan de Oro City Contact no. (088) 857 1526 University of La Sallette, Santiago City Contact no. (078) 682 4799 25 September 2010 (Saturday)

!st week of Jan


1.1. Certified Correct Secondary Scholastic Records (pdf) (Students who have graduated high school/secondary level will have to submit a photocopy of their 4th year high school report card or high school Transcript of Records for foreign applicants.) 1.2. Two (2) recommendations from any two of the following: (High School Principal, Class Adviser, or Guidance Counselor) Use the DLSU Recommendation Form (pdf) 1.3. Three (3) identical passport photographs 1.4. Photocopy of National Statistics Office (NSO) Birth Certificate
Admissions Office Br. Andrew Gonzalez Hall, De La Salle University 2401 Taft Avenue 1004 Manila, Philippines Tel. Nos.: (632) 523-4230 (Direct) or (632) 524-4611 to 19 locals 166 and 167 Office Hours Mondays to Fridays: 8:00 am – 12 noon; 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm Saturdays: 8:00 am – 12 noon only E-mail: admissions@dlsu.edu.ph








First Semester S.Y. 2011 – 2012 September 4, 2010 Saturday, 8 – 12 NN Guidance Testing Center September 11, 2010 Saturday, 8 – 12 NN Guidance Testing Center September 18, 2010 Saturday, 8 – 12 NN Guidance Testing Center September 25, 2010 Saturday, 8 – 12 NN Guidance Testing Center October 2, 2010 Saturday, 8 – 12 NN Guidance Testing Center October 16, 2010 Saturday, 8 – 12 NN Guidance Testing Center October 23, 2010 Saturday, 8 – 12 NN Guidance Testing Center November 13, 2010 Saturday, 8 – 12 NN Guidance Testing Center November 20, 2010 Saturday, 8 – 12 NN Guidance Testing Center November 27, 2010 Saturday, 8 – 12 NN Guidance Testing Center December 4, 2010 Saturday, 8 – 12 NN and 1 – 5 PM Guidance Testing Center December 11, 2010 Saturday, 8 – 12 NN and 1 – 5 PM Guidance Testing Center January 8, 2011 Saturday, 8 – 12 NN and 1 – 5 PM Guidance Testing Center January 15, 2011 Saturday, 8 – 12 NN and 1 – 5 PM Guidance Testing Center January 22, 2011 Saturday, 8 – 12 NN and 1 – 5 PM Guidance Testing Center January 29, 2011 Saturday, 8 – 12 NN and 1 – 5 PM Guidance Testing Center February 5, 2011 Saturday, 8 – 12 NN and 1 – 5 PM Guidance Testing Center February 19, 2011 Saturday, 8 – 12 NN and 1 – 5 PM Guidance Testing Center February 26, 2011 Saturday, 8 – 12 NN and 1 – 5 PM Guidance Testing Center March 5, 2011 Saturday, 8 – 12 NN and 1 – 5 PM Guidance Testing Center March 12, 2011 Saturday, 8 – 12 NN and 1 – 5 PM Guidance Testing Center March 19, 2011 Saturday, 8 – 12 NN and 1 – 5 PM CS Bldg. Rm. 202, 203, 204 March 26, 2011 Saturday, 8 – 12 NN and 1 – 5 PM CS Bldg. Rm. 202, 203, 204 April 2, 2011 to May 28, 2011 Monday to Friday except holidays, 8 – 12 NN and 1 – 5 PM CS Bldg. Rm. 202, 203, 204 Notes: * UEE Application ongoing * Enrollment starts on April 4, 2011 (Freshmen)

main campus

2 – 3 days after exam

Admissions Office

# Four (4) pieces of 2×2 ID picture
# Photocopy of Form 138  *birth certificate photocopy

525-7013, 527-1823 and 524-2011 locals 129, 102 and 133.  E-mails go to registrar@adamson.edu.ph  900 San Marcelino St., Ermita, Manila, Philippines.





P250-P500 [depending on Campus]



september – june: mon-sat 9am and 2 pm july-august: mon-fri 9am and 2pm


30-60 minutes after the exam

Admissions Office

* valedictorian or salutatorian: certificate issued by their high school principal indicating the honors or academic award they’ve received and that the number of graduates from their batch is at least 200, to qualify for University or College scholarships * full-time working students: certificate of employment * applicants to the College of Fine Arts: an extra Talent Test administered by the college.
Pre-admission will ask freshmen applicants for the following: * accomplished admission application form * two copies of the applicants’ latest 2″x2″ ID photo * a photocopy of the applicants’ junior year high school grade and/or senior year high school 1st quarter grades (if available) The admission phase requires that incoming freshmen submit these: * high School Report Card (Form 138) * certificate of Good Moral Character * report of entrance exam (CET) results

Admissions Office: (632) 735-54-71 loc 398 – 399
Direct Line: (632) 735-85-77
Email: admission @ ue.edu.ph



http://www.ue.edu.ph/manila/?page=academic&link=admission  http://www.ue.edu.ph/manila/?page=admission&link=requirements  http://www.ue.edu.ph/manila/news/2010/img/july2010/UE_admission_brochure.pdf


P250-public school students

P550-private school students

$50 – foreign students


2nd to 3rd week of jan

school year 2011-2012 have been set for August 29, September 26, November 14, November 28, 2010 and Feb6, 2011 [will be indicated in test permit]  ownload updated schedules here:  http://uap.edu.ph/#subcategory-6

main campus and http://uap.edu.ph/#subcategory-6


http://horatio.uap.edu.ph/uapceer/Default.aspx Letters of acceptance, non-acceptance, or inclusion in the waiting list are released by end of January and made available through the guidance counselor of the applicant’s school or sent to the applicant by registered mail or courier service. The names of those who qualify and those in the waiting list will be posted on the UA&P Admissions Bulletin Board located at the Ground Floor, CAS Building.


* Graduates of DepEd-accredited high schools: * High school seniors (equivalent to 4th year or grade 12, depending on the educational system that the school follows) expecting to graduate at the end of the school year * High school students who have not taken any college work and hold Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT) certificates indicating their eligibility for admission to college * Transfer students from other universities and colleges accredited by the Commission on Higher Education (willing to start again as freshmen) * Filipinos who have graduated from secondary schools abroad * Foreign applicants who are graduating or have graduated from a high school abroad

Requirements The paperwork for incoming freshmen is as follows: * the completed application form * three 2 x 2 size ID photos * a photocopy of the applicants’ birth certificates (NSO-authenticated) * the applicants’ secondary school record, placed in a sealed envelope, with the flap signed by their school registrar. * a recommendation form, also housed in a sealed envelope, with the flap signed by the applicants’ guidance counselor or principal * a personal essay with the following specifications * o It must be typewritten on short bond paper. o It should show readers what the applicants are like. This is done by discussing the applicants: + hobbies and interests + accomplishments + experiences with their families, friends, businesses and education + goals for the future + strengths and weaknesses + their positive contribution to the school o It must be no longer than 250 words. Please note that the deadline of submitting all the documents will depend on the date when they received and filled out their application form. This determines the testing date, which, in turn, determines the deadline. Generally, the paperwork should be accomplished and turned in at least a week before the scheduled testing date (Please see below.).
Admissions Office is Admissions Office 1/F APEC Communications Building University of Asia and the Pacific Pearl Drive, Ortigas Center Pasig City 1603 PHILIPPINES Telephone: (632) 637-0912 to 26 local 310 Fax: (632) 634-2809 Email: admissions@uap.asia

http://uap.asia/docs/Application%20for%20Freshman%20Admission.pdf  http://uap.asia/preview/docs/Guidance%20Counselor%20Recommendtion%20Form%20%28for%2040year%20and%205-year%20programs%29.pdf  http://uap.asia/preview/docs/Secondary%20School%20Record.pdf  http://uap.asia/preview/docs/FORM_parents_Info_sheet.pdf




220 pesos for the admission fee and 500 pesos for the medical check-up



No entrance exam




* form 137A (your high school report card * a Certificate of Good Moral Character (from your principal or guidance counselor) * a clear photocopy of your birth certificate * a clear photocopy of high school diploma * a couple of colored 2″ x 2″ ID pictures Students applying for medicine-related courses at the College of Medicine have a different set of requirements in conjunction with the application form: * NMAT Certificate. * eight colored 2″x2″ ID photos taken recently (that is, at least a couple of months before application) * your original transcript of records from the last attended college (This must show the credits and the degree earned, as well as your fully authenticated special order number.) * your original college diploma or certificate of graduation. * a clear photocopy of your birth certificate * a clear photocopy of your marriage certificate, if you are married. * a certificate of eligibility for admission (issued by CHED). * a certificate of good moral character accomplished by two former professors in the pre-medical course.
ADMISSIONS OFFICE: Mondays to Fridays 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Saturdays 8:00 am to 12:00 pm 1.) VALENZUELA CITY CAMPUS Mailing Address: 120 McArthur Highway, Valenzuela City,Philippines. Tel #s: 0632-2916644, 2916556, 2932703-06 Email: admissions@fatima.edu.ph 2.) QUEZON CITY CAMPUS Mailing Address: Hilltop Subdivision, Lagro, Novaliches, Quezon City, Phillipines Tel #s: +63 (2) 419-5363 Email: admissions_qc@fatima.edu.ph 3.) ANTIPOLO CITY CAMPUS Mailing Address:Brgy. Sta. Cruz, Sumulong Highway, Antipolo City, Rizal, Philippines Tel #s: +63 (2) 571-899 Email: admissions_antipolo@fatima.edu.ph

available at admin office




P500 for local applicants $50 for foreign students


august-march: This year, the Mapua Intramuros campus has its exam days on: * August 14, 2010 * August 28, 2010 * September 18, 2010 * October 2, 2010 * October 23, 2010 * November 13, 2010 * December 11, 2010 * January 8 & 22, 2011 * February 5 & 19, 2011 The Makati campus, on the other hand, has reserved the following days for testing: * September 4, 2010 * October 16, 2010 * November 6, 2010 * December 4, 2010 * January 15, 2011 * February 12, 2011

makati campus, mapua campus, http://www.mapua.edu.ph/Admissions/ExaminationSchedule.aspx

week after exam

mailed to applicants,http://www.mapua.edu.ph/Admissions/ExaminationResult.aspx

Graduates of accredited high schools may be admitted as freshmen on the basis of the following: * Performance in the Mapúa Scholastic Aptitude Examination (MSAE) * Quotas and other provisions as required by the chosen program * Performance in 4th year high school (or its equivalent): no failing grade in any subject in any quarter/term
The following are required in applying for the entrance examination: * Proof of candidacy for graduation (PHOTOCOPY of ANY of the following: 4th year HS Report Card, Certificate of Good Moral Character, etc.) * Two (2) identical pictures (plain background), size 1½” x 1½” * Application fee * Additional Requirements: o For previous graduates + Original and photocopy of 4th year HS Report Card + Photocopy of certification from the high school principal stating that the Form 137-A is still in the school file and has not been forwarded to another school o For Filipino applicants coming from schools abroad (except for Filipino schools under DepEd) + Certificate of completion of secondary education (high school or its equivalent) o For foreign nationals + who graduated from high schools in the Philippines: # Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR) or Special Study Permit # Original and photocopy of Passport + who graduated from high schools abroad: # Certificate of completion of secondary education (high school or its equivalent) # For other requirements please see/call the Registrar’s Office
Intramuros Admissions Office G/F South Building Muralla St., Intramuros, Manila 1002 Philippines Telephone: +632.247.5000 local 5100-5102 Tele-facsimile: +632.524.5570 E-mail: admissions@mapua.edu.ph Makati Admissions Office 333 Sen. Gil Puyat Ave. , Makati City 1200 Philippines Telephone: +632.896.1650 E-mail: admissions@mapua.edu.ph







starts aug7 and every Saturday 8am and 1pm

main campus and http://academic-clinic.com/2010/09/feu-application-and-entrance-exam-basics/

2 days after the exam

http://online.feu.edu.ph/feu/verification/01-inputname.php Notification letters to all examinees • Official results posted in the website two (2) working days after the testing date. • Phoned in inquiries, except for transferees to Accountancy, Architecture, Nursing, and Medical Technology. • Posted results in bulletin boards located at the Technology Building lobby one (1) week before the start of the freshmen enrollment period
1. Satisfactory completion of secondary education or its equivalent, e.g. Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT) or a Non-Formal Equivalency test both given by the Department of Education. 2. Passing the FEU College Admissions Test (FEU-CAT).

2 pcs 2×2 picture and school ID

FEU Manila Admissions & External Relations Office Nicanor Reyes St., Sampaloc, Manila Ground Floor, Arts Building Telephone Numbers : (02)736-0036, (02)735-5621 to 30 loc. 251/ 295 Fax : (02)734-4971 admissions@feu.edu.ph FEU Makati Gil Puyat Avenue corner Zuellig Loop, Makati City Telephone Numbers : (02)836-2002, (02)836-9870 loc. 119, (02)330-2269 feu-makati@feu.edu.ph








Makati Campus: August to September Saturdays Only 08:00 a.m. October to May Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays Manila Campus August to September 2nd and 4th Saturdays October to May Mondays to Saturdays 08:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. and 01:00 p.m. and 03:00 p.m. Malolos Campus August to September 2nd and 4th Saturdays October to May Mondays to Saturdays 08:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. and 01:00 p.m. and 03:00 p.m.

several hours to 1 day


* the completed application form * two to five 1 ½ x 1 ½ ID pictures (black and white or colored) * original copy of form 138 (high school report card) * certificate of good moral character (from the applicants’ high school principal) * the original copy and a photocopy of the applicants’ NSO birth certificate * pencils and ball pens for the exam different campuses need different amounts of ID pictures( five for Mendiola, four for Malolos and two for Makati)

Manila 9Mendiola Sreet, San Miguel, Manila (632)735-6861 loc. 215 (632)735-6860 ceuadmission@ceu.edu.ph Makati (Gil Puyat) 259 Senator Gil Puyat Avenue, Makati City (632)843-0300 (632)889-8169 papanlasigui@ceu.edu.ph Makati (Legazpi) 103 Esteban St. Legazpi Village, Makati (632)893-2461 893-2464 papanlasigui@ceu.edu.ph Malolos KM 44 McArthur Highway, Malolos, Bulacan (6344)791-9223 (6344)791-5100 jmalvaro@ceu.edu.ph







Last Sunday of January, 3rd Sunday of February for main campus, up to April for others



usually around march

All PUPCET results are announced at the university’s website, usually around March. The lists of qualified students are also posted at the main campus. Aside from these, a notice letter and their corresponding qualifying status is sent to the examiners’ mailing address. Finally, individual letters containing qualifying information and further instructions, if any, are sent to the individual examinees.
* Graduating high school students of the current school year * High school graduates who have not enrolled in any technical/diploma/degree program immediately after high school graduation * A Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT) passer, eligible for admission to college with an average rating of 82 or higher in its five subject areas: Mathematics, Communication Arts (English), Science, Communication Arts (Filipino), and Araling Panlipunan * An Alternative Learning System Accreditation & Equivalency (ALS A & E) Test for Secondary Level passer, eligible for admission to college and has 100 or higher Standard Score (SS) and an essay writing proficiency level of 2 or higher
1. (Online application) PUPCET 2011 Application Payment Voucher (printed from the PUP iApply) 2. (Online application) PUPCET Payment Fee Receipt of Five Hundred Pesos (Php 500.00) from any LANDBANK branch nationwide (Manual application) PUPCET Payment Official Receipt of Five Hundred Pesos (Php 500.00) from PUP Campus Cashier’s Office 3. Original or certified true copy, if lost, of F138 with school dry seal (for high school graduates who have not enrolled in any technical/diploma/degree program immediately after high school graduation) 4. Duly authenticated copy of the PEPT/ALS A&E Test Certificate of Rating, certified by the DepEd-BALS 5. School ID (for currently enrolled students) or any valid ID with picture (for previous HS graduates)

For more details or inquiries, please call us at 7167832 to 45 loc. 287/322, Admission and Registration Office, PUP, Sta. Mesa, Manila.






$100 for foreign applicants



main campus

month after exam

http://www.mc.edu.ph/academicunits/college.html A list of successful applicants shall be posted on www.mc.edu.ph a month after the exam. A Notification Letter will be e-mailed directly to the applicant. Admission status may be sent through SMS. You may also get in touch with the Admissions Office.
• Application For Admission Form • Personal Essay Sheet • Secondary School Record Form ( in sealed envelope) • Recommendation Form for Adviser (in sealed envelope) • Recommendation Form for Guidance Counselor ( in sealed envelope)
Admissions Office MIRIAM COLLEGE UP PO Box 110 Katipunan Avenue, Loyola Heights, Quezon City, Philippines Trunkline: (+632) 580-5400 to 29 extn. 2026 (+632) 435-9240 to 46 local 240 Fax (+632) 435-3504 E-mail: coll-admission@mc.edu.ph

http://www.mc.edu.ph/downloads/revised%20appli%20slip%202011.pdf  http://www.mc.edu.ph/downloads/APPUndergrad-3.pdf  http://www.mc.edu.ph/downloads/Secondary%20School%20Record.pdf  http://www.mc.edu.ph/downloads/RFundergrad-1.pdf  http://www.mc.edu.ph/downloads/RFundergrad-2.pdf







Every last Sunday of the month from November 2010 to April 2011

3 weeks after exam

http://www.tup.edu.ph/page.php?id=admissions&subid=query  Results are posted at the Lobby of CAS Building three weeks after taking the test.

For New Applicants 1. Pass the oral and written tests 2. Certification of good moral character 3. Physically and mentally fit 4. Meet the grade requirements in the respective course applied. Obtained at least 80% grades in Mathematics, Science, and English subjects for Engineering, Architecture and other Science courses. 5. Form 138 (HS Card) or Form 137 6. For transferees, TOR and must have no failing grade in any subject (can only apply in the engineering technology courses)

    * Fully accomplished application form
* Two (2) pieces of recent colored ID pictures (1 1/2in. x 1 1/2in.)

Prof. Emma B. Taar Director, Office of Admissions Ground Floor, Arts and Sciences Bldg., Ayala Blvd., Ermita, Manila 1000, Philippines Contact Numbers: +63 (2) 525.0675 +63 (2) 524.4721 +63 (2) 302.7750 loc. 606 or 603

http://www.tup.edu.ph/download/TUP_Application_Form_for_College_Admission.pdf  http://www.tup.edu.ph/download/TUPT-AdmissionDegreeLadderized.pdf



Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila



nov-dec [ • December 05, 2010 • January 16, 2011 • December 12, 2010 • January 23, 2011 • Valedictorians and Salutatorians will be scheduled tentatively by 3rd week of April 2011.]

main campus


Subject to a relevant announcement, the PLMAT results will be posted in PLM grounds by the Dean of Admissions (University Registrar) on 18 February 2011. Releasing the results thru the website may be subsequently authorized by the University President.

Graduates or senior students of the Division of City Schools-Manila and private high schools recognized by the Department of Education, provided they are qualified residents of Manila, may be admitted as freshmen to PLM based on the following: * General Weighted Average (GWA) obtained in the Fourth Year level in high school of 80% or its equivalent * Performance in the PLM Admission Test (PLMAT)
Qualifying Requirements Bring the original copy and photocopy of the following: * Fourth-year high school report card with a general weighted average (GWA) of at least 80% or better * Parent’s latest Voter’s ID/Voter’s Registration record, SK Voter’s ID of the applicant (as primary proof of Manila residency) * Parent’s Income Tax Return/Real Property Tax receipt (2009) * Birth Certificate (to establish the applicant’s relation with the parent) * Barangay certification of residency, or the parent’s company ID (as secondary proofs in support of the primary proofs) * It is incumbent for an applicant to bring a verifiable identification as adjunct to the above submittals so as to establish proof of ownership of the documents so submitted (high school ID). Application Requirements Upon satisfaction of the qualifying criteria, submit the following requirements: * Correctly and completely accomplished PLMAT Form No.1 (Application Form); and * Two (2) 1.5″ x 1.5″ identical photographs taken within the last six months

Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila
Gen. Luna cor. Muralla St., Intramuros
Manila, Philippines 1002
Trunkline: (+63 2) 527-7941 to 48
(connecting various departments)

Beginning November 2009, General Information on Freshman Admission will be available at PLM, Intramuros, Manila, and all public high schools of the City of Manila under the Department of Education.   Application form is available in campus only



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    thanking you in advance and i look forward to hear from you.
    EEI Amupolo

  2. Hello!Hi! I’m interested of searching for continuing education online studies; I would like to know if you can send me a messages on my email; Lacap.D.Mariahquein@Gmail.com. I’m a returning students from this school thrity-seven years ago of year 1979 to 1980 was graduated From University of the Philippines in Manila, Diliman of Mastering Degree Pharmaceutical Research year 1979 of March/April and Graduated in Lyceum University Of The Philippines in Quezon City; continuing education for Ph Degree Doctorate Degree in the same field of SurgicalResearch Medicine New Invention in Laser Technology & Pharmaceutical Research Of year 1980 of March/April. I’m enrolling for this coming for spring,summer & fall admission; and sending me for a brochure a new up coming program listed your catalog at this Address: Mariahquein Duran Lacap, 13926 Bellgreen St. ; Baldwin Park, California 91706. Well, I have been studying right after my graduation in University of the Philippines & Lyceum University of the Philippines and have been immigrated of port of entry in State of New York U.SA. of May 17, 1980 & relocated here of State of California U.S.A. for continuing of Highest Learning of Education in some research for new invention in Medical Research Field, Computer Programming Technology. Thank You! For considerations and very well supported of all “The Gifted Talents Educations Research” & “Advance Research Achievements Awards For Continuing Educations”. “God Bless You All Always!”. Amen! & Amen!

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