Issue of August 4, 2019
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DOST study grant opens
by Julie G. Fianza / PIO

Department of Science and Technology scholarships are now available for graduating senior high students in Science Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) and non-STEM strand.

Forms may be downloaded at or could be procured from the Public Information Office, Mayor’s Office, Baguio City Hall.

The forms, which should be filled up properly by the applicant, parents/guardians, guidance counselor, physician, principal, and barangay official/s for Republic Act  or the Science and Technology Scholarship Act of 1994, must be submitted on or before Sept. 6 at the DOST office, Km. 6, La Trinidad, Benguet for evaluation.

The examination is on Oct. 20. For the exam venue and other inquiries, contact 422-0979.

The DOST Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) undergraduate scholarship application is open for non-STEM graduates who belong to the upper top five percent of their graduating class, and to all STEM students who want to pursue careers in basic and applied sciences, engineering, and science and mathematics teaching.

In a letter to Mayor Benjamin Magalong, DOST-Cordillera Regional Director Nancy Bantog requested for the dissemination of the scholarship to the city’s senior high schools.

Applicants may be those who plan to pursue priority fields in basic sciences, mathematics, or teaching.

For the DOST Merit Scholarship program, students with high aptitude in science and mathematics and are willing to render return service on a full-time basis for a period equivalent to the scholarship are encouraged to apply.

The scholars should study in state universities and colleges; Commission on Higher Education-identified centers of excellence or centers of development to the science and technology programs; and institutions with Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines or FAAP level III accreditation.

Student-applicants should supply their personal data including the Department of Education learner reference number, affidavit of guardianship for parents who work abroad or who have passed on, certificate of good moral character, good health, principal’s certification, residency, parents’ certification of non-pending application for immigration, and household profile, among other information.

The applicant must also certify that he has not taken any previous DOST-SEI undergraduate scholarship, or may have qualified but did not avail of the award, and has not earned any post-secondary or undergraduate units.

The applicant should also pass the university entrance examination where he intends to study or related fields of sciences.

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