Rep Juan Edgardo M Angara Scholarship | Philippine Scholarship

Rep Edgardo A Angara Scholarship

Rep Juan Edgardo Manalang Angara, most widely known as Sonny Angara, was elected to the Senate in 2013. Like his parents, he values education as a tool to fight poverty. He pushed for laws to widen access to education through the passage of the Free College Law, and the Unified Student Financial Assistance System (UNIFAST).

 

He is also one of the authors of the Universal Kindergarten Law, the Ladderized Education Act, the Open Learning and Distance Education Act, Youth Entrepreneurship Act, the law integrating Moro history in the school curriculum, and laws to create universities in far-flung rural areas.

 

Sen. Sonny believes that given the right opportunity, Filipinos will have a better quality of life. Thus, he authored laws to ensure sustainable jobs and decent working conditions: the law creating Public Employment Service Offices (PESO) nationwide, the JobStart Law and the revised Special Program for the Employment of Students (SPES) to help ease youth unemployment.

 

He led the passage of the law that raised workers’ take-home pay, the 13th month pay and other bonuses by lowering and simplifying income taxes. He also sponsored the law strengthening the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) to provide greater OFW representation and benefits, the Seafarers Protection Act, and the law that made OFW balikbayan boxes tax-free.

 

Senator Sonny champions laws that empower women (the Magna Carta of Women), senior citizens (Expanded Senior Citizens Act), persons with disabilities (Act Expanding the Benefits and Privileges of PWDs), and the informal sector (Magna Carta for Workers in the Informal Economy bill).

 

 

Eligibility

  • Must have been admitted in any undergraduate degree program of the University, or if already enrolled, must have passed all courses enrolled in the previous semester;
  • Must be resident of the Lone District of Aurora Province or as nominated by the Donor and,
  • Must comply with Rules for Scholarship and Fellowships of the Donor.

 

 

Benefits

  • P19,000.00 total tuition fee, laboratory and miscellaneous fees of the UP Campus where the students is enrolled in. in case the scholarship grantee is also a recipient of the University of the Philippines Socialized Tuition and Financial Assistance Program (STFAP), the University shall only release to the grantee the balance of the tuition fee that the grantee is required to pay;
  • P5,000.00 semestral book allowance; and
  • P3,000.00 monthly living allowance (with a maximum of P15,000.00 per semester)

 

 

Conditions

The grantee shall be entitled to renewal of the scholarship grant every semester until the grantee finishes his/ her degree or course of study, provided the following are satisfied

  • Must be enrolled full-time each semester;
  • Must have passed all subjects enrolled in the preceding semester. Any grade of “4.00” or “inc.” must be removed or completed on or before the last day of registration of the following semester;
  • Must not have been the subject of any disciplinary action;
  • Must not shift to another course or go on leave of absence without prior approval from the Office of Scholarships and Student Services.

 

Further reading, https://www.upm.edu.ph/node/1341

 

In the event that the grantee is also a recipient of the University of the Philippines Socialized Tuition and Financial Assistance Program (STS), the balance of the tuition fee that the grantee shall pay after applying the STFAP discount shall be charged against the grant. In case of grantees who belong to STS Bracket E, the entitlement to monthly stipend shall follow the UP rules.

 

 

Submit your application to

University of the Philippines Manila

Pedro Gil Street, Taft Avenue and Padre Fauna Street

Manila, Philippines

Telephone: 02 524 0534

Globe: 0915 231 1167

Email: upm-our@up.edu.ph

 

 

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Lyceum Of The Philippines University Scholarships | Philippine Scholarship

Lyceum Of The Philippines University Scholarships

Lyceum of the Philippines University prides itself with its long and rich tradition of academic excellence. The founder, Dr Jose P Laurel, is the only Philippine President to have served in all three branches of the government.

 

The school also offers TESDA courses. The Center for Technical Skills Development and Assessment facilitates the registration of technical vocational qualifications for various programs and the conduct of assessments.

 

Financial aids and discounts are given to students under the Athletic Grant, Dance Troupe/ Chorale Grant, Tuition Fee Discounts for Siblings, Alumni-LPU Educational Assistance Program (A-LEAP), and the External Scholarships Program implemented through partnership with LPU.

 

The school offers the ETEEAP or Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP), which recognizes the knowledge, skills and prior learning obtained by individuals from non-formal and informal education experiences. See the checklist of requirements and programs on their website, https://manila.lpu.edu.ph/index.php/admission/eteeap-program.

 

The school has global linkages with both schools and other organizations and also, employs the LPU Manila Internship Program to provide students for all courses with practicum subject. The Internship Program aims to promote and provide students with competitive skills and attitudes for employment through practical application of learned theories and knowledge in an actual working environment.

 

 

Entrance Scholarships

All qualified students for the Entrance Scholarship are exempted to take the entrance exam. Valedictorians are given a 100% discount on tuition and miscellaneous fees for 1 academic year.

 

Salutatorians are given a 50% discount on tuition and miscellaneous fees for 1 academic year. The First Honorable Mentions are given 50% discount on tuition fee only for 1 academic year for SHS or 1 semester for college.

 

Editors-in-Chief of the official student or high school publication are given 50% discount on tuition fee only for 1 academic year for SHS or 1 semester for college.

 

Requirements

  • Certification of Ranking (Valedictorian, Salutatorian & First Honorable Mention); must include the total number of graduating students.
  • Published School Newspaper (Editor-in-Chief)
  • Original Report Card
  • Good Moral Certificate
  • PSA Birth Certificate

 

Jose P Laurel – Sotero H Laurel President’s Scholarship

The JPL-SHL Scholarship exam will also serve as the entrance exam of the qualified takers. Programs covered are

College

  • Accountancy
  • Computer Science
  • Customs Administration
  • Foreign Service
  • International Hospitality Management
  • International Travel & Tourism Management
  • Journalism
  • Legal Studies
  • Mass Communication

 

Eligibility

  • Must be currently Grade 12 or a qualified candidate for graduation
  • Must belong to the top 10% of the graduating batch of at least 35 students or with at least 90% GWA (Grade 11 Ranking or Grades) or students of Science High School
  • Must be of good moral character as certified by the high school principal
  • Must be a Filipino citizen
  • Must pass the qualifying examination and interview given by the Scholarship Committee

 

Requirements

  • Accomplished scholarship form
  • Certification from the high school principal stating that the student belongs to the top 10% of the graduating batch of at least 35 students or copy of Report Card with at least 90% GWA (Grade 11 Ranking or Grades) or students of Science High School
  • Certification of Good moral character
  • Two 2” x 2” identical photos, with white background and signature over printed name at the back
  • Photocopy of birth certificate
  • 1 long brown envelope

 

Benefits

  • Free tuition and miscellaneous fees
  • Monthly stipend for 10 months
  • Book allowance per semester
  • Clothing allowance per school year

 

 

Senior High School

  • ABM
  • STEM
  • HUMSS

 

Eligibility

  • Must be currently Grade 10 or a qualified candidate for graduation
  • Must belong to the top 10% of the graduating batch of at least 35 students or with at least 90% GWA ( Grade 9 Ranking or Grades) or STUDENTS OF SCIENCE HIGH SCHOOL
  • Must be of good moral character as certified by the high school principal
  • Must be a Filipino citizen
  • Must pass the qualifying examination and interview given by the Scholarship Committee
  • All students coming from laboratory / science high schools are automatically qualified to apply.

 

Requirements

  • Accomplished scholarship form
  • Certification from the high school principal stating that the student belongs to the top 10% of the graduating batch of at least 35 students or copy of Report Card with at least 90% GWA (Grade 9 Ranking or Grades) or students of Science High School
  • Certification of Good moral character
  • Two 2” x 2” identical photos, with white background and signature over printed name at the back
  • Photocopy of birth certificate
  • 1 long brown envelope

 

Benefits

  • Free tuition and miscellaneous fees
  • Monthly stipend for 10 months
  • Book allowance per semester
  • Clothing allowance per school year

 

Applications should be processed and requirements submitted at least a week before the intended testing date.

 

Further reading, https://manila.lpu.edu.ph/index.php/admission/academic-scholarships

 

 

Submit your application to

Lyceum of the Philippines University

Manila Campus, Batangas, Laguna, Cavite or Davao

 

 

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Rotary Club Scholarships | Philippine Scholarship

Rotary Club Scholarships

The Rotary Foundation Educational Programs promote international understanding by bringing together people from different countries and cultures. The foundation offers 2 types of programs in the Philippines, namely the Global Grant (formerly Ambassadorial) Scholarships and the Rotary Peace Center Fellowships. The Rotary Foundation’s oldest and best known program is the Ambassadorial Scholarships in which about 30,000 men and women from 100 nations have studied abroad under its auspices.

 

Today, it is the world’s largest privately funded international scholarship program. Through this grant, recipients from some 69 countries have studied in more than 64 nations.

 

The purpose of the Ambassadorial Scholarships program is to further international understanding and friendly relations among people of different countries. The program sponsors several types of scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students as well as for qualified professionals pursuing vocational studies.

 

Interested applicants must apply for the Rotary Foundation Ambassadorial Scholarships through their local Rotary Club. Because application deadlines vary by club and district, only your local club can provide specific information on deadline. If your local district is not offering scholarships, you may wish to inquire next year.

 

The purpose of the Ambassadorial Scholarships program is to further international understanding and friendly relations among people of different countries and geographical areas. The program sponsors academic year scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students as well as for qualified professionals pursuing vocational studies.

 

While abroad, scholars serve as goodwill ambassadors to the host country and give presentations about their homelands to Rotary clubs and other groups. Upon returning home, scholars share with Rotarians and others the experiences that led to a greater understanding of their host country.

 

Eligibility for the Global Grant (Ambassadorial) Scholarships

  • Must have completed at least second year of college by the district interview date
  • Must have high academic scores
  • Must be sponsored by the local Rotary Club
  • Applicants must be citizens of a country in which there are Rotary Clubs
  • Candidates cannot be Rotarians, Honorary Rotarians, or employees of a club, district or other Rotary entity or of Rotary International.
  • Persons with disabilities and members of Rotaract Clubs are eligible and encouraged to apply.

 

See the PDF for more information,

Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarships Global Grant

 

Further reading, https://dcrotaryclub.org/sitepage/scholarships/global-grant-(formerly-ambassadorial)-scholarships

 

On the other hand, each year the Rotary selects up to 100 professionals from around the world to receive fellowships to study at one of their peace centers. Through academic training, practice and global networking opportunities, the Rotary Peace Centers program develops who become catalysts for peace and conflict prevention and resolution.

 

The Rotary Peace Center fellowships cover tuition and fees, room and board, round trip transportation and all internship and field study expenses. The center has trained more than 1,000 fellows for careers in peacebuilding. Many of them serve as leaders at international organizations or have started their own foundations.

 

Eligibility for the Rotary Peace Center Fellowship

Master’s degree programs – last 15 to 24 months and require a practical internship of 2 to 3 months during the academic break.

 

Professional Development Certificate Program – for experienced professionals and lasts 3 months with 2 to 3 weeks of field study.

 

Requirements of the Rotary Peace Center Fellowships

  • Proficiency in English; a second language is strongly recommended
  • Demonstrated commitment to international understanding and peace
  • Excellent leadership skills
  • Master’s degree applicants: minimum three years of related full-time work or volunteer experience, bachelor’s degree
  • Certificate applicants: minimum five years of related full-time work or volunteer experience, strong academic background

 

Further reading, https://www.rotary.org/en/our-programs/peace-fellowships

 

 

Submit your application to

Your local Rotary Club chapter

 

Contact information

The Rotary Club of Manila

RCM-Secretariat

543 Arquiza corner Grey Street

Ermita, Manila City, Philippines

Telephone: 02 527 1886

Email: rcmanila@rcmanila.org

 

Get in touch with

Mrs. Anna Kun Toledo

Executive Secretary

 

 

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Saint Louis University Scholarships

Saint Louis University offers a wide range of scholarships and financial aids for students. SLU provides several awards based on merit in recognition of academic excellence. SLU offers need based financial aid in the form of work-study and institutional grants for sports and the arts. In addition, SLU participates in government and privately funded scholarships and loans.

 

The Saint Louis University is an excellent missionary and transformative educational institution that is creative, competent, socially involved and imbued with the Christian spirit. As one of its internationalization strategies, it has establish partnerships for agreements with local, national and international entities to further its student exchange, research and community extension goals.

 

In line with its Vision-Mission, the Institute of Foreign Languages and International Studies provides for the study of English and Foreign Languages and Literature and promotes collaboration for research, education and community outreach efforts in languages, literatures and culture.

 

Moreover, the Institute designs interdisciplinary programs to help students acquire proficiency in the social and cultural development of various world regions, develop linguistic skills, and prepare for careers in international affairs.

 

The SLU Clinical Pastoral Center is its deeply humane outreach system designed to assist people who are in difficult personal predicaments. The goal is to help them discover new options and workable perspectives so they can acquire a more effective and meaningful outlook towards life.

 

 

Scholarships

SLU Entrance Scholarship for 4th year high school Valedictorians and Salutatorians and top 100 placers in the regular SLU College Entrance Examination.

 

SLU Academic Scholarship is awarded every semester based on the student’s academic performance of the previous semester.

 

SLU Activity Grants for

  • Members of the SLU Band
  • Performers of the Center for Culture and Arts
  • Varsity Athletes

 

SLU Service Grants for Working Students

 

PD 577 Scholarship

 

SLU Special Scholarship

 

Private Scholarships implemented by SLU

  • Ambassador Philip J. Lhuillier Scholarship for BSAC and BSBA courses
  • Analog Devices Scholarship Program for 3rd, 4th and 5th year BSEE
  • PAMWE Scholarship for Engineering courses
  • Philex Mining Corp Scholarship Program for BS Mining Engineering
  • Phinma Foundation Scholarship for 3rd to 5th year engineering students

 

Government Scholarships

  • CHED Special Study Grant Program
  • CHED-Senate Study Program
  • National Scholarship Program
  • Student Assistance Fund for Education

 

Further reading – see the complete list on their scholarship page, http://www.slu.edu.ph/admission/scholarships/

 

 

Submit your application to

Saint Louis University campus of your choice

 

Contact information

Guidance Center

Saint Louis University

Diego Silang Building

A Bonifacio Street, Baguio City 260.

Philippines

Telephone: 063 74 444 8246 to 48

Email: guidance@slu.edu.ph

 

 

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St. Dominic College of Asia Scholarship

St. Dominic College of Asia is an institution that envisions a community of dynamic and proactive learners within the Asia Pacific region. Initially offering programs in Caregiving and BS Nursing, it has evolved into a full fledged collegiate institution. Rebranding strategies were also explored to make the college more relevant, responsive and congruent with the current trends and practices of a highly globalized educational system.

 

Located within a safe and secure learning environment, St. Dominic College Basic Education provides excellent academic and formation programs in Basic Education by enriching students with real life experiences, leadership opportunities and intercultural engagements.

 

The school offers Entrance Scholarship, Academic Honors Scholarship, and other scholarship grants such as faculty educational benefits, grants-in-aide for families, campus leaders’ benefits, campus journalists’ benefits, student athletes’ scholarship and the externally funded scholarship grants. Basic Education provides preschool, elementary and junior high school.

 

Senior High School education offers the ABM for accountancy and business management, HUMSS for humanities and social science, STEM and TVL Cookery for technical vocational track. The college also offers college courses and graduate studies.

 

TESDA course in Caregiving NCII designed to enhance the knowledge, skills and attitudes of the caregivers are also offered. The course covers core competencies in different areas such as giving care in new born, infant, toddler, special child, elderly and sick old.

 

The college also offers Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery & Pattiserie, which is a 1 year certificate program designed to produce internationally qualified chef. After completing the 1 year program, the students are required to take 2 months internship program, either locally or in Australia. Upon completion of the program, you can opt to work in Australia but must undergo evaluation if you are eligible for further employment or renewal.

 

Further reading, http://www.stdominiccollege.edu.ph/index.php/admissions

 

 

Submit your application to

St. Dominic College of Asia

Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, Bacoor City 4102

Philippines

Telephone:  046 417 8161

 

 

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Chevening Fellowships

The Chevening Fellowships are awarded to talented mid-career professionals who have already demonstrated their capacity to lead and influence. Chevening Fellows are active in their field or subject and are looking to further enhance and expand their knowledge, skills and expertise by spending time in the UK on a fully funded short course or research project.

 

Chevening is funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and partner organizations with the aim of helping develop talented individuals from across the globe who will go on to be future leaders and decision makers. All of their partners are like-minded organizations with real desire to enhance the lives of people from all corners of the earth.

 

Chevening is the UK government’s global scholarship program that offers a unique opportunity to study in the UK and pursue a 1 year master’s degree in any subject at any UK university. If you have an ambition, leadership potential and strong academic background, you may apply for this program.

 

Applicants must demonstrate they have fulfilled the English language requirement by taking an English language test or claiming an exemption based on the UKVI exempt categories. They do not pay for the cost associated with the testing.

 

Prior to starting your application, please ensure you have your documents scanned and converted to PDF formats. The file should cannot be over 5MB in size.

 

 

Requirements

  • 2 references to be provided in a letter format and written in English
  • Valid passport and national ID card
  • University transcripts

 

 

Benefits

  • University tuition fees
  • Monthly stipend
  • Travel costs to and from the UK
  • An arrival allowance
  • A homeward departure allowance
  • The cost of one visa application
  • Travel grant to attend Chevening events in the UK

 

 

Agencies offering assistance on Chevening Scholarship applications for a fee are not approved, confirmed or endorsed by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the Chevening Secretariat.

 

The use of a paid service is not allowed by Chevening and strongly encourage you to submit your application using the Chevening online application system, available through the apply button on this page, https://www.chevening.org/fellowships/philippines.

 

You can check your status in the online application system. Login using the details you registered with. Please note that if you are shortlisted for an award, you will be required to log into the online application system and request a reference from your referees. If they do not submit the letter on or before the deadline, you cannot proceed with the interview.

 

If your application is successful and you have applied to study a subject of degree programme supported by one of their partners, you will be considered for a co-sponsored Chevening Award.

 

Due to the large number of applications received, they are unable to provide individual application status updates or feedback to unsuccessful applicants. Please do not contact the British embassy or high commission with application inquiries.

 

If your work experience is not related to your course choices, you need to explain why you are seeking to make a career change. Note the transferable skills you have gained from your current field of work and how they will help you in your studies and with your future career goals.

 

 

Submit your application to

Chevening Online

 

Contact information

Chevening Officer

British Embassy Manila

120 Upper Mckinley road, McKinley Hill

Taguig City, Manila 1634, Philippines

Telephone: 02 858 2200

Email: ukinthephilippines@fco.gov.uk

 

 

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Hope 4 Change International Student Sponsorship | Philippine Scholarship

Hope for Change International Student Sponsorship

Hope for Change seeks to alleviate the redundant cycle of poverty by providing opportunities for an education through sponsorship. Sponsorships are provided to students who are motivated to attain an education but who are not given the opportunity to attend school due lack of funds and financial constraints. The student sponsorship is a project that covers the needs of the students living in extreme poverty from elementary through college for the entire school year.

 

Hope for Change also seeks to improve adult literacy in the Philippines and break the cycle by providing literacy programs to adults needing basic, general or specialized skills instruction. The aim is to enable every adult learner the necessary basic skills of reading, writing and arithmetic.

 

Education is the primary focus of their work in the Philippines. They were made successful through their sponsors or donors. Using the public school system keeps the costs of sponsorship low.

 

The sponsorship fee provides for uniforms, school supplies, special projects, travel and family needs. Without this support many students would not be able to attend school.

 

Hope for Change is a non-profit humanitarian organization dedicated to eradicating the effects of hunger, illiteracy and disease ravishing impoverished communities throughout East Africa, Philippines and the Indo-Asia.

 

Disparities within urban areas reveal that many children lack access to schools, health care and sanitation, despite living alongside these services. The growth in population is projected to continue into the foreseeable future, threatening to further marginalizing an entire generation of impoverished children.

 

Due to rapid global urbanization the traditional face of poverty is no longer best represented by a child in a rural village. Nowhere is this change more evident than in the poorest urban areas of the Philippines.

 

Children growing up in these urban areas are increasingly worse off than those in rural regions and face greater risks from natural disasters, exploitation and HIV.

 

Education is the best hope for breaking the vicious cycle of poverty. Considered an inalienable right by many the barriers for entry are seemingly insurmountable for those most in need.

 

Currently, there is an estimated 1 million adolescent children out-of-school in the Philippines. That number sharply increases when accounting for secondary level students whose educational aspirations are often sidelined by the potential income that could be earned by entering the workforce.

 

Further reading, http://www.h4cinternational.org/current-projects/philippines-student-sponsorship/

 

 

Combined the life skills necessary to fight poverty and prevent diseases, Hope for Change believes that education provides a way forward.

 

Several current and former sponsorship students created an outreach project to connect with children in a nearby squatter village. They organized an empowering event in which they taught songs, performed skits and fed over 60 children!

 

Each of the sponsored students suffers extreme hardships yet they looked past their own needs in order to reach out to others worse off. Sponsorship made a difference in their lives.

 

 

Submit your application to

Hope for Change International

P.O. Box 692 Lake Katrine

NY 12449

Telephone: +1 845 336 0736

Email: mail@h4cinternational.org

 

 

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PD 577 Scholarship Military Personnel

The Presidential Decree 577 exempts dependents of military personnel who die or become incapacitated in line of duty from the payment of tuition and matriculation fees in public or private schools, universities, colleges and other educational institutions.

 

The benefit shall be extended to any one dependent of the military personnel in the active service who have died or were incapacitated in line of duty. The benefit may be enjoyed for a maximum of 10 school years.

 

The benefit is transferable to any of the dependents of the military personnel, at the option of the next of kin, provided it will not exceed 10 school years. However, the admission of grantees to any school shall be in accordance with the existing laws and admission policies of the school.

 

As long as the grantee satisfactorily passes the course of instruction based on the approved standards of the schools, the scholar shall continue to enjoy the benefit.

 

In case of failure in any subject or in a school year, the benefit shall be suspended and the grantee, at his option, may retake the subjects failed, or repeat the entire school year at his own expense.

 

 

Requirements

Duly accomplished AFPEBSP Educational Benefit Application Form with 2 copies of latest 2×2 of the applicant

1 copy of PSA birth certificate of applicant

1 copy of PSA marriage contract of military personnel

1 copy of Report Card Form 138, Certification of Grades or TOR of the applicant

High School diploma

Course Prospectus

Notarized declaration of legal beneficiaries of the AFP/ CAA member

Certificate of good moral character

PSA death certificate or Casualty Report from military personnel unit and Posthumous Separation Order from his unit

 

 

Benefits

Full tuition, registration fees and computer fees

 

 

How to apply?

Ask the school you want to enroll if they offer the PD 577 scholarship.

Follow the requirements of the school.

Submit all requirements to the AFPEBSO.

Successful applicants will be notified by the AFPEBSO through mail or phone call.

Submit the certification letter to the school admissions.

 

Further reading, https://www.officialgazette.gov.ph/1974/11/11/presidential-decree-no-577-s-1974/

 

See the PDF sample application below

PD 577 Application

 

 

Submit your application to

AFPEBSO

General Enrile corner General Ramos Avenue

Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo, Quezon City 1110

Philippines

Telephone: 02 911 6001 local 6010 or 02 426 2239

Mobile: 0917 507 6617

Email: afpebso@gmail.com

 

 

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TELUS International University Program

The Telus International University (TIU) Program, in partnership with local and accredited universities, offers team members the opportunity to complete their education or degree through subsidized tuition and classes taught onsite.

 

Apart from the university programs, team members can also pursue their own passions in cooking, languages, fashion, performing arts, and more through their partnerships with top notch schools.

 

In addition, they offer numerous cloud based tools and on demand learning opportunities to help you advance your career on a continual basis. The leading BPO company has more plans of reinforcing its academic program.

 

The TIU started as a project under their human resources department. Since then, they moved to Learning and Development and to Global Learning excellence, with the intent to align all learning initiatives under one global learning organization.

 

TIU has a relatively different setup from other BPO-owned educational programs. In fact, it is founded on partnerships with universities and learning institutions like the University of the Asia and the Pacific and Asia Pacific College, which then offer and conduct various courses and classes for enrolled TIP members.

 

First, they partner with schools and universities where they team members have the opportunity to finish their college or even take a double degree. Secondly, they partner with other learning institutions that deal with courses and help fulfill life’s passion, from culinary arts to music to fashion design.

 

TIU’s unique setup involves professors holding onsite classes at TIP on a block schedule basis. This offers convenience for students who find difficulty traveling to and from school. TIU also has site-to-site or school-to-site shuttles for the students.

 

There are courses that also entail students attending on-campus classes. These allow the student to maximize the partner school’s physical properties like its equipment and facilities.

 

TIU offers subsidy, discounted rates, and staggered payment schemes to interested team members plus that of the same percentage for their respective family members and friends. The TIU rates are lower compared to the program rates when the courses are taken externally.

 

TIU as a program aimed to support team members not only financially but cognitively and socially as well. For example, TIU holds no control over a student’s choice of course, offering him the freedom and opportunity to enrich himself as he moves up in his career and in life.

 

Further reading, https://www.telusinternational.com.ph/perks-benefits/

 

It is not necessarily related to the team member’s current role and they do not require a training bond. TIP wants to back their team members by supporting what they are passionate about.

 

Aside from the subsidy and liberty in course selection at TIU, TIP, for example, also assists team members in their educational needs through career counseling. It also conducts and supports other activities and events that might interest team members.

 

 

Submit your application to

TELUS International

TELUS House McKinley Exchange, Makati City, Philippines

Telephone: 02 638 9440

Email: happyhere@telusinternational.com

 

 

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NTMA DEEP Scholarship

The NYK-TDG Maritime Academy (NTMA) represents the single biggest investment in the Philippines of the NYK Line and TDG as their corporate social responsibility and contribution to the global competitiveness of the Filipino Merchant Marine Officers. The NTMA offers payment option plans for school fees. Payment options are full payment upon enrolment, 2 installments, 4 installments and monthly installments within a semester. Payment can either be made through cash, bank transfer or cheque.

 

NTMA offers the DBP DEEP scholarship grant as a form of financial assistance to deserving high school graduates who have performed well academically but are financially challenged. The application form and other requirements shall be issued by the NTMA to candidates but only upon passing the entrance examination and oral test of the NTMA examinee.

 

Qualified applicants have to pass all the qualification requirements of the school prior the interview with the DEEP project team or designated representative. You can look at the schedule posted on their website whenever you are ready to take the first step, which is taking the entrance examination.

 

That means you have to download and fill out the student application form and attach a passport size white background ID picture. You can download the application form from the NTMA website, http://www.ntma.edu.ph/Application.aspx.

 

On the examination day, you submit the duly accomplished application form to the examiner and present a valid school ID. Don’t forget to bring a pencil and a black pen.

 

The entrance examination is free and will take about 2.5 hours. It covers English, Basic Math, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, General Science, Chemistry and Physics.

 

To check if you passed the examination and interview, please visit the NTMA website. If you passed, you will receive an email for the schedule of the pre-enrollment briefing and the list of documentary requirements.

 

Contact the admission@ntma.edu.ph for followups. If you did not receive any communication from them, please contact the Office of the Registrar so you can submit the required documents before the deadline.

 

There is a different set of requirements for the Study Now Pay Later Program. Please see the admission entrance page for this. The NYK-TDG Maritime Academy provide holistic maritime education to produce competent and qualified Merchant Marine Officers to the NYK Group through outcomes based education, values inculcation, leadership development, as well as concern for the protection of the environment.

 

The school hopes to provide each cadet the opportunity of 12 month shipboard training. It aims to provide continuing maritime education and training to upgrade the seafarers to become management level officers and engineers.

 

Further reading, http://www.ntma.edu.ph/Adm_tuition.aspx

 

Since opening in 2007, NTMA has established a scholarship program for students who might find it financially challenging to pursue such a degree. The curriculum offered at NTMA produces high-quality seafarers by providing them with a unique core curriculum in addition to valuable training on board, drawing on NYK’s extensive experience cultivating the best seafarers from all over the world.

 

NTMA has been highly evaluated as a maritime school and was one of the first maritime academies to be recognized in 2011 by Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism under a new certification program for graduates of overseas maritime academies.

 

After obtaining the seafarer certificate of competence, graduates of NTMA will begin a career as a third officer or third engineer on NYK-operated ships and aim to become a captain or chief engineer on NYK vessels, including the more technically challenging high-risk ships.

 

NTMA students are taking the ship officer examination, and after acquiring the seafarer certificate of competency, each graduate will begin a career as a third officer or third engineer on an NYK ship, thus starting the journey through the NYK Group’s career development programs to eventually become a captain or chief engineer.

 

NTMA has established a scholarship program for students who might find it financially challenging to pursue such a degree. The curriculum offered at NTMA produces high-quality seafarers by providing them with a unique core curriculum in addition to valuable training on board.

 

A total of 700 students have graduated from NTMA since the academy opened, and most graduates are actively engaged as officers or engineers on NYK-operated ships. NYK will continue its effort to improve both the quality and quantity of Filipino seafarers as executive candidates within the NYK Group.

 

 

Submit your application to

NTMA

Knowledge Avenue, Carmeltown

Canlubang, Calamba City 4037

Laguna, Philippines

 

 

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