With the objective of getting bright students to enroll in AMAES for college, particularly in programs with board examinations, the Chairman hereby approves to revive the Amable R. Aguiluz V Honors Scholarship Program. This scholarship program will also entice potential topnotchers in board examinations.
Top 1 or Top 2 of the Graduating Class with distinction of “With Highest Honors”
1. Top 1 – 100% Discount on All Fees, waived application fees
2. Top 2 – 75% Discount on All Fees, waived application fees
3. Student will be provided the following:
Terms and Conditions:
1. must enroll in a program with a PRC-administered board examination.
To continue enjoying the scholarship grant, the grantee…
1. Certificate of Ranking as Rank 1 or Rank 2 issued by the Principal
2. Two (2) Letters of Recommendation from previous high school teachers
3. Certificate of Good Moral Character
4. Endorsement of the AMAES School Director for Chairman’s approval.
1. One (1) year residency.
2. GWA of 1.0-1.75 for a minimum load of 15 units if trimester and 18 units if semestral
3. No grade of 3.0 and lower, D or UD
4. No disciplinary cases and/or academic violations.
1. GWA of 1.25 or better- 100% discount on all fees
2. GWA of 1.26 t0 1.50- 75% discount on all fees
3. GWA of 1.51 to 1.75- 50% discount on all fees
4. Must pay processing fee
1. Maintain a running GWA of 1.00-1.75
2. No grade of 3.00 or lower, D and UD.
3. No conduct/academic violation.
4. Grant is good for 4 years and subject to renewal every semester.
The priority beneficiaries for the Tertiary Education Subsidy (TES) are:
TES grantees can only enroll in the following:
For Higher Education:
TVET program with Certificatie of Program Registration (CoPR) and officially listed in the TESDA Compendium of Registered Program in any public or private technical-vocational institution (TVI)
Beneficiaries enrolled in higher education programs will enjoy a full academic-year of the grant amount, subject to yearly renewal based on their continued studies.
Private HEIs and TVIs:
Students enrolled in private HEIs and TVIs are entitled to the following benefits (Sections 23 and 24. IRR of RA 10931):
The TULONG DUNONG is a Grants-in-Aid (GIA) under the Student Financial Assistance Programs (StuFAPS) of Commission on Higher Education (CHED). This is intended for:
High school graduates whose GWA is at least a passing grade and for graduating high school students whose GWA is at least a passing grade in the third year and in the first three grading periods of the fourth year and who will enroll in identified priority courses in duly authorized public or private HEIs.
Students with earned units in college – whose weighted average is at least a passing grade for the last two (2) semesters and enrolled in identified priority courses in duly authorized public or private HEIs.
Students who passed the Alternative Learning System (ALS) and the Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT).
What is the Worth of this Tulong Dunong Scholarship?
The package of financial assistance to grantees shall be six (6) semesters for a three (3) year program, eight (8) semesters for a four (4) year program or ten (10) semesters for a five (5) year program.
Full Merit Program – P15,000 per semester
Half Merit Program – P7,500 per semester
Study Now Pay Later Plan – P7,500 per semester
Eligibility Criteria for CHED-Tulong Dunong Scholarship
The following criteria must be met in order for applicants to be eligible for this CHED Scholarship:
The CHED-Tulong Dunong Scholarship program is available for pursuing an undergraduate degree in any of the fields of studies in any of the Institutions.
The CHED-Tulong Dunong Scholarship is hosted by the Commission on Higher Education, Philippines.
This CHED Scholarship program is open to local high school graduate students in the Philippines who are intending to enroll in the college.
CHED Scholarship Application Procedure:
To apply for this CHED Scholarship, applicants should follow the following procedures:
Required Documents for this Scholarship:
The following documents should be submitted together with the CHED-Tulong Dunong Scholarship form:
For the incoming freshmen:
For Other Applicants:
ALS – Accreditation and Equivalency Test Passer Certificate.
PEPT – Certificate of Advancing to the Next Level.
Latest Income Tax Return (ITR) of parents and Guardians.
Benefit: Full scholars will receive financial assistance worth PhP30,000 while partial scholars are set to receive PhP15,000 per academic year. On the other hand, PESFA scholars will receive PhP15,000.
Qualification / Eligibility Requirements
A student-applicant must comply with the following criteria to qualify for the scholarship grant:
NOTE: Students should enroll in any of the priority courses identified by CHED.
The EALP beneficiaries may be…
Amount of Loan
For degree courses, maximum of P20,000 per program term or net tuition/miscellaneous fees/assessment balance on cash basis, whichever is lower. For a four-year degree program or its equivalent, the maximum number of times a member-borrower can avail himself of the EALP shall be eight semesters/12 trimesters/16 quarters, or a maximum of P160,000 full allocation. For a five-year degree program or its equivalent, the maximum number of times a member-borrower can avail himself of the EALP shall be 10 semesters/15 trimesters/20 quarters, or a maximum of P200,000 full allocation. For two-year vocational/ technical courses, maximum of P10,000 per semester/trimester or net tuition/miscellaneous fees/ assessment balance on cash basis, whichever is lower. For a semester program, the maximum number of availments shall be four semesters or a maximum of P40,000 full allocation. For a trimester program, the maximum number of availments shall be six trimesters or a maximum of P60,000 full allocation. The loan amount shall be funded on a 50:50 basis by the national government and SSS.
“We will allow GSIS members who have at least 15 years of government service to avail of an educational loan for their kins in college. The loan has a term of ten years but we will not require them to pay anything in the first five years. So they don’t have to worry about the tuition of their children for the first five years,“ Macasaet explained in a radio interview.
Under the GFAL-Educational Loan (GFAL-EL), the maximum amount that may be borrowed per academic year is Php100,000 covering tuition and other school fees. The interest rate is only 8%.
A GSIS member may nominate up to two student-beneficiaries under the program. The two must be related to him or her up to the third degree of consanguinity or affinity and enrolled in a four-or five-year course in a private or public educational institution.
The loan proceeds will be directly paid to the school under the student’s account every semester or trimester until the beneficiaries finish their courses.
Members, including special members, who have at least 15 years of service may apply for the loan. They must not be on leave of absence without pay, have no pending administrative or criminal case, and have no past due GSIS loans (including housing loans).
Scholarships for Instructors’ Knowledge Advancement Program (SIKAP) provides opportunities for Higher Education Institution (HEI) teaching personnel, or former HEI teaching personnel seeking advanced studies in identified universities and colleges in the Philippines.
Eligibility Criteria: Applicants must…
There are two types of scholarship grants offered by OWWA:
OFW Dependent Scholarship Program (OFWDSP) – This program can be availed by OFW dependents (siblings or children) who are planning to enroll or are already enrolled in any degree course in a state college or university of their choice, and whose OFW relative earns a monthly salary of NOT more than USD 400 in equivalent. If granted, the recipient of the scholarship will receive P20,000 in total for one whole academic year which they can use for covering their school tuition (if there is) or other academic-related fees.
Education for Development Scholarship Program (EFDSP) – The program is open to all OFW dependents who are planning to enroll or are already enrolled in any 4- or 5-year degree course in their university of choice. The recipient will be entitled to a total of P60,000 per academic year.
Basis of Benefit:
Sec. 3 or RA 6948 as amended by Sec. 1 of RA 7696
Nature of Benefit
Payment of school fees not to exceed Php 40,000 per year.
Each veteran is entitled to one educational benefit only.
• Proof of Service: Military Service Record/s.
• Proof of Filiation: Birth Certificate of the Waivee / Student Ward; Marriage Certificate of the Waivee’s Parent.
• Waiver: Executed by the veteran’s children in favor of the waivee in case the veteran and the spouse are both deceased.
• Proof of Identity: Claimant’s Valid IDs; waivee’s / Student Ward’s IDs and school credentials.
All applicants must be natural-born Filipinos with good moral character and in good health. Application is open to students in the STEM strand but non-STEM students may also apply provided they belong to the top 5% of their graduating class.
Students who belong to families whose socio-economic information meet the cut-off values for certain socio-economic indicators may apply as RA 7687 scholars, while those who belong to families whose socio-economic information are above the cut-off values may apply as Merit scholars. RA 7687 scholarship applicants must also be residents of the municipality for the last four years.