The Technological University of the Philippines is governed by a Board of Regents (BOR) chaired by the Chairman or Commissioner of the CHED. The President of the university exercises the overall leadership in ensuring that the efforts of the university are directed towards the attainment of the institutional vision, mission, goals and objectives of the TUP.
Since the TUP is a system of 4 campuses, the Executive Directors of Taguig, Cavite and Visayas campuses assist the university President in the supervision of the campus activities. The Office of Student Affairs is in charge of the different scholarship and educational grants offered to students either by the university, the national government or by any interested individual, group of persons or company.
TUP is a state institution of higher learning that offers scholarship grants to deserving students with exemplary academic and athletics achievements. In addition, they also award students scholarships or educational assistance through the auspices of their respective communities or localities, private companies and non-government organizations.
The scholarship and educational grants offered by the university are categorized into the institutionally funded grants, privately funded grants and the government funded grants.
TUP allows freshmen, senior high and graduate program applicants to verify the results of entrance examinations conducted in Manila and Taguig campuses only. The database includes applicants who passed the examinations and applicants who qualified in their second choice courses. You can check here, Admissions http://www.tup.edu.ph/admission
The enrollment and registration system (ERS) is a system developed by the university to computerize the enrollment process. The latest module of the ERS is the Students’ Report of Grades Module that allows students to verify their grades and the faculty members to preview their grading sheets through the TUP website. Login here, ERS Login http://www.tup.edu.ph/erslogin
Institutionally funded grants include the academic scholars, Philippine Artisan staffers, physical education grants or the university athletes and the Kalinangan dance troupe, and grants per Board Resolution.
The government funded grants include the Study Now Pay Later Plan, State Scholarship Program, Armed Forces of the Philippines, Clark PAF Educational Fund, Baranggay Grant/ Sanguniang Kabataan, Department of science and Technology, and the TUP-PASUC.
The Technological University of The Philippines offers the following scholarship programs listed below. Students must first submit the documents to the Office of Student Affairs (OSA) for scholarship notation before assessment of fees.
Entering honor student (Valedictorian/ Salutatorian)
Barangay grant or dependent of barangay officials
Certificate of oath of office (DILG & Mayor)
Affidavit of support
Income tax return of barangay official
Sangguniang Kabataan (within the NCR only)
Certification of oath of office (DILG & Mayor)
Photocopy of high school card
Certification of good moral character
Photocopy of income tax return of parents/ guardian/ affidavit/ certificate of non-filing
1 ½” x 1 ½ photo
Further reading, http://www.tup.edu.ph/page/students/applyscholarship
To apply for the scholarships
- Fill up the application forms available at the Office of Student Affairs. Attach 1 ID picture.
- Present a photocopy of high school cards and photocopy of ITR.
- Wait for the announcement of the schedule for interview.
Secure Notice of Admission from the Office of the Admissions upon presentation of the following documents:
- High School Card (Form 138) and Transcript of Records for transferees (Original)
- Certificate of Good Moral Character (Original)
- Test Permit
- Report to the University Clinic and secure Medical Certificate.
- With your Notice of Admission and Medical Certificate, proceed to the Office of Admissions for profiling.
- Proceed to your course adviser for enlistment.
- Students availing scholarship, report to the Office of Student Affairs for scholarship notation.
- Proceed to the Accounting Office for assessment and secure registration form.
- Pay the assessed fees at the Cashier’s Office.
- With your Registration Form, present original requirements stated in Step #1 to the Registrar’s Office for confirmation.
- Proceed to the Office of Student Affairs for Identification (ID) Card processing.
See the PDF below for admission requirementsTUP Admission Requirements
Student Assistanceship Program
Any bonafide student of the university who has at least stayed in the university for one whole school year and whose schedule of classes allow for 4 consecutive hours of free time, if interested and willing, could apply for the Student Assistanceship Program.
This Program is designed to train students in the different facets of the work place which can help broaden them to first-hand experiences which can help broaden interpersonal relationships. The university compensates the students as per approval of the Board of Regents.
Present the current registration form and the duly accomplished application form from the Office of Student Affairs. Be available for the scheduled interview and testing.
Report to the Office of the Student Affairs to follow-up your application.
Student Group Insurance
All students wishing to avail of the student group accident insurance may avail of such from the Faculty-in-charge of Ancillary Services. However, students enrolled in the On-the-Job Training and/or Supervised Industrial Training Program is required to have the student group insurance.
Any student who meets an accident during the affectivity of the one-year insurance plan will be reimbursed of the incurred expenses in accordance with the guidance set forth in the insurance plan.
Submit your application to
Technological University of the Philippines (TUP)
Ayala Boulevard, Ermita
Telephone: 02 301 3001