Education Science and Teacher Training

Short Courses & Certifications




  • Students must have graduated from recognized secondary schools
  • Students must meet all the prescribed admission requirements of NSU.
  • Must qualify for the NSU College Admission Test.
  • Must have a complete and valid credential (F-138, Certificate of Good Moral Character, Medical Certificate, ISHIHARA and AUDIOMETRY Test Result (For Maritime students), NSO authenticated Certificate of Live Birth, 2x2 ID picture, and mailing envelope).
  • Students must qualify in the general weight average (GWA) grade requirements set by each College/Department.
  • Students must qualify for the Medical Examination. No student is admitted into the College of Maritime Education if he failed in ISHIHARA Vision Test and Audiometry Hearing Test.
  • Students must pledge to abide by and comply with all the rules and regulations of the NSU.
  • Students must not have enrolled in any academic or college subjects prior to their enrollment as beginning freshmen; otherwise, they shall be classified as transferees.
  • Students enrolled in vocational courses of those leading to a degree program that is not ladderized are admitted as beginning freshmen.
  • New/beginning freshmen may be accepted during the second semester/summer term subject to the requirements above.

Laboratory High School Freshmen Students
  • Students must be elementary graduates from government/private recognized schools.
  • Students must meet all the prescribed admission requirements of the University.
  • Must qualify for the NSU Secondary Admission test.
  • Must present the original copy of Form 138 (report card).
  • Must present a Certificate of Good Moral Character.
  • Must present a Medical Certificate.
  • Students must pledge to abide by and comply with all the rules and regulations of the University.
  • Students must qualify in the general weight average (GWA) grade requirement set by the NSU Laboratory High School.

  • Must have complete and valid credentials.
  • Must meet all the prescribed admission requirements of the University and the concerned College/Department.
  • Passed the qualifying Test for Transferees.
  • Must obtain a general weight average (GWA) grade requirements prescribed under the curriculum.
  • Present copy of grades signed by the Registrar or TOR for reference purposes.
  • Present the Certificate of Transfer Credential.
  • Passed the College Interview.
  • Present Medical Certificates.
  • Passed the ISHIHARA Vision test and AUDIOMETRY Hearing Test – for Maritime students only.
  • Present 2x2 ID picture.
  • Present NSO authenticated Certificate of Live Birth.
  • Only students who have enrolled in any course leading to a degree program are admitted as transferees.
  • Admission shall be on probation basis during the first term of stay in the University or until such time that they shall have validated/repeated in accordance with University policies all the subjects taken outside the NSU which are required for their course.
  • Official Transcript of Records (TOR) and other transfer credentials shall be submitted prior to admission for the following semester as indicated in the duly filled up Undertaking and Waiver; otherwise; enrollment will not be allowed.
  • Transferees from State College or University (SUC) shall be admitted and treated as regular students in accordance with the existing policies of the University.
  • Must pledge to abide by and comply with all the rules and regulations of the NSU. 

  • A student may be allowed to cross-enroll in another school under the following conditions.
  • The student is graduating at the end of the school year.
  • The subject to be cross-enrolled is not a major subject and is not being offered in the University.
  • The subject to be cross-enrolled belongs to the old curriculum and is not anymore being offered in the university.
  • The maximum number of units allowed for cross-enrollment is six (6) unless otherwise, they are already at the last number of units to be taken by the students to qualify him/her for graduation.
  • Request for cross-enrollment shall be recommended by the Dean, noted and approved by the University Registrar. The Registrar’s office shall prepare the cross-enrollment form to be carried by the student to the concerned school.
  • Cross-enrollees from other universities must present a cross-registration permit from the mother university.

Source: http://www.nsu.edu.ph/student/admission-requiremnts.html



School Overview

Want to update information about this school? Click here.
Biliran Province State University - Biliran (BPSU - Biliran) is a public university campus established in 1949. It was originally the NIT - Biliran, a secondary school in Biliran, and then eventually became a tertiary institution in the form of Biliran National Agricultural College. By the virtue of RA 9718,  the school was integrated into the Biliran Province State University in 2009.

The Biliran campus presently offers undergraduate programs in the field of Agriculture and Teacher Education. It also offers diploma and technical-vocational courses in Agriculture and Fisheries. 

Because of its dynamic and progressive research programs and extension services, NSU has received a Level 3 accreditation from the Accrediting Agencies of Chartered Colleges and Universities of the Philippines (AACCUP). NSU is also an accredited testing and assessment center by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA).
Read More.


Contact & Location

  • Address
  • Naval, Biliran

Available Contact Details

By requesting the contact details you may view the following information:

  • Phone Number
  • Mobile Number
  • Email
  • Website
Request Contact Info