Issue of March 4, 2018
Mt. Province

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SM welcomes walk–in scholarship applicants
by Press release

SM Foundation announced that graduating grade 12 students who were not able to apply online for the College Scholarship Program can be accepted as walk-in applicants.

Those qualified to avail of the scholarship program are graduating grade 12 students whose family’s yearly income is P150,000 or less. This must be supported by an Income Tax Return or a Certificate of Non-filing of Income Tax.

The applicants must have an average of at least 88 percent in the second or third grading period.

Grade 12 students who graduated from private high schools but who completed their grade 10 in public high schools, may also apply for the scholarship.

The exam is set at the Event Center of SM City Baguio on March 14 at 10 a.m. Those who pass the exam will be interviewed in the afternoon.

The applicants are advised to wear complete uniform and bring a photocopy of their grade 12 report card, a photocopy of their family’s Income Tax Return or Certificate of Non-filing of Income Tax, and a ballpen. 

SM Foundation scholars are expected to enroll in Bachelor of Science in Accountancy, BS in Accounting Information Systems, BS in Internal Auditing, BS in Management Accounting, BS in Computer Science, BS in Information Technology, BS in Civil Engineering, BS in Computer Engineering, BS in Electrical Engineering, BS in Electronics and Communications Engineering, BS in Mechanical Engineering, BS in Elementary Education, BS in Secondary Education major in Biology, Chemistry, English, Mathematics, or Physics.

In Baguio, the accredited schools are Saint Louis University, University of the Cordilleras, and University of the Philippines Baguio.

SM Foundation scholars will receive full tuition assistance, monthly allowance, part-time job opportunities during Christmas and semestral breaks, exclusive job offers with the SM group upon graduation, and other fun-filled activities and enrichment programs.

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