Top 8 Philippines Scholarship For Students

HERE IS THE 8 SCHOLARSHIPS FOR FILIPINO STUDENTS IN THE PHILIPPINES

CHED Scholarship

The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) is an attached agency to the Office of the President for administrative purposes. Its creation was part of a broad agenda of reforms on the country’s education system outlined by the Congressional Commission on Education (EDCOM) in 1992. Part of the reforms was the trifocalization of the education sector into three governing bodies: the CHED for tertiary and graduate education, the Department of Education (DepEd) for basic education and the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) for technical-vocational and middle-level education.

CHED has been given the national government’s commitment to transformational leadership that puts education as the central strategy for investing in the Filipino people, reducing poverty, and building national competitiveness and pursuant to Republic Act 7722.

Carrying out its missions and in consonance with the mandate, CHED has established projects and programs named under the Student Financial Assistance Programs (StuFAPs) to provide poor and deserving Filipinos opportunities to quality higher education as articulated in its Long-Term Development Plan provisions for “Access and Equity” with the establishment and maintenance of scholarship, grants-in-aid, and loan programs.

  • Scholarship Type
    1. State Scholarship Program (SSP)
      • Full Scholarship: ₱30,000 per academic year
      • Partial Scholarship: ₱15,000 per academic year
    2. Private Education Student Financial Assistance (PESFA) Scholarship (PS): ₱15,000 per academic year
  • Grants-In-Aid (GIA): ₱6,000, ₱9,000, and ₱12,000 per academic year based on tuition and other fees of HEIs
  • Study Now Pay Later Plan (SNPLP): ₱15,000 per academic year

CHED Scholarship requirements are as follows:

  • Must be a Filipino citizen
  • Must be a high school graduate, candidate for graduation with earned unites in college, passer of Alternative Learning System (ALS) / Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT)
  • Must have a combined annual gross income of parents / guardian not to exceed ₱300,000 (three hundred thousand Pesos)
  • Must avail of only one CHED scholarship or financial assistance program
  • Must not be a graduate of any degree program

You can find the CHED Scholarship application form at www.ched.gov.ph.

8 Scholarships for Filipino Students in the PHILIPPINES


DOST Scholarship

The Republic of the Philippines’ Department of Science and Technology (DOST) provides undergraduate and graduate scholarships to students pursuing degree studies

  • Undergraduate Scholarships
    • S&T Undergraduate Scholarships: Aims to stimulate and entice talented Filipino youths to pursue lifetime productive careers in science and technology and ensure a steady, adequate supply of qualified S&T human resources which can steer the country towards national progress.

There are two types of S&T Undergraduate Scholarships:

  • RA 7687: The Republic Act No. 7687, also known as the “Science and Technology Scholarship Act of 1994”, provides for scholarships to talented and deserving students whose families’ socio-economic status do not exceed the set cut-off values of certain indicators. Qualifiers must pursue priority fields of study in the basic sciences, engineering, other applied sciences, and science and mathematics teaching.
  • Merit: The DOST-SEI Merit Scholarship Program, formerly known as the NSDB or NSTA Scholarship under RA No. 2067, is awarded to students with high aptitude in science and mathematics and are willing to pursue careers in the fields of science and technology.

The Undergraduate DOST Scholarship benefits are as follows:

  • Regular Academic Year
    • Tuition and other school fees: ₱40,000 per year
    • Book allowance: ₱10,000 per year
    • MS/PE uniform (1st semester of first year only): ₱1,000
    • Group health and accident insurance: Premium
    • Transportation allowance (for those studying outside of home province): 1 economy-class round-trip fare
    • Monthly living allowance: ₱7,000 per month
    • Graduation clothing allowance: ₱1,000
  • Summer Allowance (if required in the curriculum)
    • Tuition and other school fees: ₱1,500
    • Book allowance: ₱500 (to submit Official Receipt)
    • Monthly living allowance: ₱7,000 per month for two months

8 Scholarships for Filipino Students in the PHILIPPINES


OWWA Scholarship

OFW Dependent Scholarship Program (ODSP)OWWA (Overseas Workers Welfare Administration) provides a variety of scholarships to OFW dependents and beneficiaries.

One of the scholarship programs available include the OFW Dependent Scholarship Program (ODSP). This scholarship program is available to dependents of active OWWA members enrolled or planning to enroll in any 4-year or 5-year baccalaureate course at any college or university. Any OFW’s dependent who is an active member of OWWA is eligible to apply.

Also Read: List of OWWA Programs and Services for OFWs

The OFW Dependents Scholarship Program (ODSP) provides financial assistance of P20,000.00 per academic year to eligible dependents of active OWWA members with a monthly salary of not more than US$600.

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LANI Scholarship

The Lifeline Assistance for Neighbors In-need (LANI) Scholarship Program was established to improve both the quantity and quality of graduates in the Taguig City, especially college graduates. Applicants for this scholarship should meet the following basic qualification criteria:

  • Bona fide resident of Taguig City for at least 3 years immediately preceding the application. Must be a registered voter of the city if 18 years or older, and with at least one of the parents also a registered voter of the city.
  • Of good moral character both in paper and in deeds
  • Determined to finish the course or pass the bar / board examination
  • Committed to love and serve Taguig City

There are 8 different LANI scholarship types offered:

  • Premier / Specialized School: For those enrolling in or enrolled in the University of the Philippines System (Luzon Campuses) and other public and private colleges and universities certified by CHED as Centers of Excellence in the NCR. This is open to graduates of either public or private secondary schools. Amounts from ₱40,000 to ₱50,000.
  • Honors (Full): Top 10 graduates of public high schools in Taguig, regardless of the schools or courses in college. Amounts from ₱40,000 to ₱50,000.
  • Priority Courses and Skills Training: For those enrolling in or enrolled in courses identified by the City as responsive to its present and future needs, and in cognizance of the DOST-listed priority courses. This category includes persons with disabilities (PWDs) as certified by the City’s PDAO, or if taking up law or medicine, must be enrolled or enrolling in top performing schools as listed by PRC / CHED / SC. This is open to graduates of either public or private secondary schools. Amounts from ₱40,000 to ₱50,000.
  • Basic + SUC/LCU (Basic Plus): For graduates of public high schools in Taguig or nearby LGUs, who are enrolled or enrolling in an SUC or LCU in the NCR, except for TCU students who are already full scholars of the City. Amounts from ₱20,000 to ₱30,000.
  • SUC/LCU: For graduate of private school who are enrolled or enrolling in an SUC or LCUs in the NCR. Amounts from ₱15,000 to ₱25,000.
  • Basic: For graduates of any public high school in Taguig or nearby municipalities or cities within the NCR who are enrolled in higher education institutions in the NCR which are not SUCs or LCUs. Amounts from ₱15,000 to ₱25,000.
  • Review Assistance: A one-time assistance for residents who have already graduated, and are preparing for their licensure / board or bar examinations.
  • Leadership and Educators Advancement and Development (LEAD): For those pursuing Master’s or Doctoral degrees, who are government employees working either in local or national government for at least 3 years, based in Taguig, and whose performance evaluation is outstanding or at least very satisfactory. This includes teachers in both public and private schools in Taguig.

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Megaworld Scholarship

Megaworld Foundation offers scholarships that include full tuition fees, allowance per academic year, and career opportunities at Megaworld Corporation and/or its subsidiaries and affiliates. These scholarships are intended for undergraduate studies, and are aimed at incoming freshmen, sophomores and juniors whose incoming tax return (ITR) does not exceed ₱300,000..


FEU Scholarship

Far Eastern University (FEU) Scholarships are offered to freshmen students. There are 6 types of scholarships available:

  • Entrance Scholarship: Awarded to 1st year exam takers who meet the eligibility requirements and will enroll during the 1st semester of the academic year.
  • Teacher Scholarship Program: Awarded to 1st year exam takers who meet the eligibility requirements and will enroll in the identified degree programs of the Institute of Education during the first semester of the academic year.
  • LEAP: Long-term education assistance program (LEAP) is awarded to students who are in dire need.
  • NRSSP: Nicanor Reyes Science Scholarship Program (NRSSP) is awarded to students from the identified science high schools whose FEU CAT percentile score is superior with a HS GWA of at least 88 and an annual family income not exceeding ₱360,000 per year.
  • Service Group: Support talented students who embody the core values of Fortitude, Excellence and Uprightness and help promote the University through sports, arts, and culture.
  • External Scholarships: Externally-funded scholarships will not be included in the budget tally for FEU scholarships.

Aboitiz Scholarship and Financial Assistance

Aboitiz Foundation grants scholarships and financial assistance to students from all levels of study who excel in academic but are financially unable to finish their studies. College scholars are encouraged to take courses that give them better chances in landing a job at the Aboitiz Group after graduation. These courses include Accountancy, Management, Psychology, and Engineering. The Foundation supports scholars in pre-school, elementary, high school, and college levels.


DLSU Scholarship

De La Salle University (DLSU) scholarships are offered to needy but capable Filipino men and women desiring to continue educational and training programs in both the undergraduate and the graduate levels.

  • Mutien Marie Scholarship Grant (Graduate): For those who are engaged in the profession of human formation and development.
  • Archer Achiever Scholarship: For students who top the DLSU College Admission Test. Available for students who graduated from Philippine private / public and science high schools.
  • The Star Scholars Program: Integrated undergraduate and graduate scholarship for high-achieving students from around the country.
  • Vaugirard Scholarship Program: 50 scholarships offered every year exclusively for students who graduated from Philippine public high schools.
  • Gokongwei Grants: For students who wish to pursue priority fields of study in any undergraduate engineering degree program as offered by the college.
  • Andrew Gonzalez Academic Scholarship: For high school students who ranked Top 1 (with highest honors) for each strand (STEM, ABM, and HUMMS) of La Salle district schools and have passed the entrance exam.
  • La Salle Financial Assistance Grant: For Filipino students who meet specific criteria for eligibility. Selections are based on financial need and academic competence.
  • Brother President Scholarship Program (BPSP): Awarded to legitimate or legally-adopted children of married, permanent and full-time faculty, and administrative service personnel who joined DLSU in May 1987 of after and have served the University for at least 3 years and are in active University Service while availing of the grant.
  • Centennial Scholarship Program (CSP): For qualified children of full-time permanent faculty (teaching and academic service faculty) and administrative service personnel (ASP) of the University.
  • Scholarship for Children of Faculty (SCF): For qualified children of full-time, part-time, and retired faculty members who joined DLSU before May 1987.
  • Scholarship for Children of Co-Academic Personnel (SCC): For dependents of Co-Academic Personnel of the University.
  • Military Scholarship (PD 577): For dependents of military personnel who died or became incapacitated in the line of duty .

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