Mapua University - Manila Requirements

658 Muralla St., Intramuros, Manila 1002 Philippines
PHP 130,000 to 195,000
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  • Does this mean I will spend two more years in High School?

    Yes. But these two additional years will equip you with skills that will better prepare you for the future, whether it be; Kolehiyo, Trabaho or Negosyo!

  • SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS

    Requirements

    • Original or certified true copy and photocopy of Grade 9 report card
    • Proof of candidacy for completion (any of the following)
    • Photocopy of report card for the current school year
    • Photocopy of Certificate of Good Moral Character
    • Photocopy of Certificate of Enrolment
    • Photocopy of current school ID with school year & year/grade level
    • Two pcs. ID picture (plain background), size 1½” x 1½”
    • Application fee (if applicable)

    Additional Requirements:

    For junior high school completers who did not enroll the following academic year in Senior High School (completion year is 2016 and prior):
    • Original and photocopy of junior high school (Grade 10) report card
    • Photocopy of certification from the high school principal stating that the applicant’s Form 137-A is still in the school file and has not been forwarded to another school
    • Additional requirements for non-Filipino applicants from Philippine schools:
    • Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR) or Special Study Permit (SSP)
    • Original and photocopy of Passport
    For applicants who attended Non-Formal Education Accreditation and Equivalency or completers of Alternative Learning System Accreditation and Equivalency:
    • Certificate of Rating (with passing marks in all subjects)
    • For foreign applicants who completed their junior high school abroad except Philippine schools and under DepEd:
    • Scholastic records or Transcript of Records duly authenticated by the Philippine Embassy in the applicant’s country of origin
    • Certificate of Completion in Grade 10 (junior high school or equivalent)
    • Photocopy of applicant’s passport bio-page, latest admission, and authorized stay

    IMPORTANT REMINDERS :
    • Applicants with at least 85% General Weighted Average (GWA) and final grades in Science, Mathematics, and English in Grade 9 are exempted from taking the Mapúa Scholastic Aptitude Examination (MSAE).
    • Applicants who attended Non-Formal Education Accreditation and Equivalency or completers of Alternative Learning System Accreditation and Equivalency shall be required to take the MSAE.
    • All applicants who are interested in studying senior high school in Mapúa, regardless if they are exempted or not from taking the exam, shall provide all admission requirements.
    • Applicants exempted from taking the MSAE may confirm their slots by paying the non-refundable reservation fee of Php 5,000 at the Mapúa Treasurer’s Office starting August 2017.
    • The application is considered official once a receipt has been issued (for MSAE takers):
    • MIT’s official receipt (for those who applied in-campus) or
    • MIT’s provisional receipt (for those who applied at any accredited Testing Center)
    • Examinees should present their examination permits together with the receipts on the day of the examination.

    ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS:
    • Mapúa examination permit or examination result letter or notice of results
    • Original grade 10 report card with the applicant's eligibility for admission to senior high school duly signed by the school principal
    • Original certificate of good moral character (dated not earlier than February of the completion year) from the high school (with school seal)
    • Original birth certificate printed on PSA / NSO paper
    • Fully accomplished SHS Student Data Sheet / SHS Enrolment Form
    • One pc. ID picture (plain background), size 1½” x 1½”
    • One (1) long brown envelope to contain all of the above

    Additional/other requirements:

    For junior high school completers of previous years who did not enroll in any school after completion:
    • Certification from the high school principal stating that the Form 137-A is still in the school file, and has not been forwarded to another school
    For students who attended Non-Formal Education Accreditation and Equivalency or completers of Alternative Learning System Accreditation and Equivalency:
    • Certificate of rating with passing marks in all subjects
    • Photocopy of diploma
    For Filipino students coming from schools abroad (except for Filipino schools under DepEd):
    • Authenticated transcript of records from junior high school (in place of number 2)
    • Certificate of completion of grade 10 (junior high school or its equivalent)
    • Certificate of good moral character or recommendation from the school guidance counselor or principal (in place of number 3)
    • Original and photocopy of Filipino passport
    For foreign nationals:
    • Current junior high school completer from high schools in the Philippines or high schools abroad under DepEd:
    • Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR) or Special Study Permit (SSP)
    • Original and photocopy of passport
    • Photocopy of birth certificate from the country of origin
    Junior high school completers from schools abroad:
    • For the complete list of requirements, please see/call the Registrar’s Office or refer to this link: http://mapua.edu.ph/admissions/foreignstudentguide/index.html

    Enrollment Schedule:
    April

  • UNDERGRADUATE/BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS

    Requirements:

    • Completely filled-out Application form.
    • 2 pcs. ID picture (plain background), size 1½” x 1½”
    • Photocopy of any of the following indicative of the student’s strand:
    • Grade 12 Report Card
    • Certificate of Good Moral Character (with school year)
    • Certificate of Enrollment
    • Current school ID with school year and year level
    • Application fee (if applicable)

    Additional Requirements:

    For applicants from schools in the Philippines or schools abroad under DepEd, who graduated in the previous years (graduation year is 2017 and prior) and did not enroll in any college/university after graduation:
    • Original and photocopy of Grade 12 Report Card
    • Certification from the high school principal regarding the student’s F137-A.
    • Contents of the certification are as follows:
    • The student’s Form 137-A is still in the school file
    • The student’s F137-A has not been forwarded to another college/university
    • Additional requirements for foreign nationals:
    • Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR) or Special Study Permit (SSP)
    • Original and photocopy of Passport
    • For graduates of Non-Formal Education Accreditation and Equivalency or graduates of Alternative Learning System Accreditation and Equivalency:
    • Certificate of Rating (with passing marks in all subjects)

    For graduates of Associate Degree Programs:
    • Transcript of Records
    • No failing grade
    • Weighted average of at least 2.00 or its equivalent, excluding Religion, PE, and NSTP
    • Honorable Dismissal/Certificate of Transfer Credential
    • Photocopy of NSO Birth Certificate
    • Photocopy of the Certificate of Good Moral Character
    • For applicants coming from schools abroad (except for Filipino schools under DepEd):
    • Scholastic Records duly authenticated by the Philippine Foreign Service Post located in the student applicant’s country of origin or legal residence
    • Certificate of completion of secondary education (senior high school / grade 12 or its equivalent)
    • Certificate of Good Moral Character or Recommendation from the School Guidance Counselor or Principal

    For Filipino applicants:
    • Birth certificate printed on National Statistics Office (NSO) paper
    • Original and photocopy of Filipino passport

    For foreign nationals:
    • Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR) or Special Study Permit (SSP)
    • Original and photocopy of data page of the applicant’s passport showing date and place of birth, and birth certificate or its equivalent duly authenticated by the Philippine Foreign Service Post.
    • Five (5) copies of the Student’s Personal History (PHS) duly signed by the applicant, both in English, and in his/her national alphabet accompanied by his/her personal seal, if any, and containing, among others, his left and right thumbprints and a 2x2 inch photograph on plain white background taken not more than six months prior to submission of his/her documents.
    • A notarized affidavit of support including bank statements or notarized notice of grant for institutional scholars to cover expenses for the student’s accommodation and subsistence, as well as school dues and other incidental expenses.
    NOTE:
    * The application is considered official once a receipt has been issued:
    MIT’s official receipt (for those who applied in-campus) or
    MIT’s provisional receipt (for those who applied at any accredited Testing Center)
    * Examinees should present their examination permits together with the receipts on the day of the examination.


    Enrollment Requirements:
    • Mapúa Examination Permit or Examination Result Letter or Notice of Results
    • Original grade 12 report card (Form 138) with the applicant's eligibility for admission to college duly signed by the school principal
    • Fully accomplished Student Data Sheet / Undergraduate Enrolment Form
    • Original birth certificate printed on PSA / NSO paper
    • Original certificate of good moral character (dated not earlier than February of the graduation year) from the high school (with school seal)
    • 1 pc. ID picture (plain background), size 1½” x 1½”
    • One (1) long brown envelope to contain all of the above

    Additional requirements:

    For graduates from schools in the Philippines or schools abroad under DepEd, who graduated prior to the current school year and did not enrol in any college/university after graduation:
    • Certification from the high school principal regarding the student’s F137-A.
    • Contents of the certification are as follows:
    • The student’s Form 137-A is still in the school file
    • The student’s Form 137-A has not been forwarded to another college/university

    For graduates of Non-Formal Education Accreditation and Equivalency or graduates of Alternative Learning System Accreditation and Equivalency
    • Certificate of rating (with passing marks in all subjects)
    • Photocopy of diploma

    For graduates of Associate Degree Programs:
    • Transcript of records
    • Honorable dismissal/Certificate of transfer credential
    • Certified true copy of Form 137-A

    For Filipino graduates coming from schools abroad (except for Filipino schools under DepEd):
    • Authenticated transcript of records from grade 12 or its equivalent
    • Certificate of completion of secondary education (senior high school or its equivalent)
    • Certificate of good moral character or recommendation from the school guidance counselor or principal

    For foreign nationals:
    • Current graduates who graduated from senior high school in the Philippines or schools abroad under DepEd:
    • Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR) or Special Study Permit (SSP)
    • Original and photocopy of passport
    • Photocopy of birth certificate from country of origin
    • Current and previous graduates from schools abroad: For the complete list of requirements, please see/call the Registrars’ Office or refer to this link: http://mapua.edu.ph/admissions/foreignstudentguide/index.html
    Additional Requirements:
    • For enrollees beginning 2nd or 3rd term: Official Results of Basic Medical Laboratory Work-up (CBC, Urinalysis, Chest X-Ray: PA View) from any major hospitals.
    • For Valedictorians and Salutatorians (of duly accredited Philippine high schools with at least 60 graduating students): a certification of honors indicating the total number of graduates signed by the high school principal (with school seal).
    • For other scholars, please refer to this link: (Scholarship Grants) for the list of requirements.

    Enrollment Schedule:
    May

  • GRADUATE SCHOOL PROGRAMS

    Application Requirements

    • An official transcript of records showing the award of the baccalaureate degree in engineering or any related program by a recognized institution of higher learning, and one photocopy of the transcript.
    • A request for “transfer of credentials” from the Registrar’s Office of the school where the baccalaureate degree was obtained. Mapúa graduates are exempted.
    • At least two letters of recommendation from previous professors and/or current employers.
    • Two copies of accomplished application forms with 2” x 2” (identical) pictures.
    • Additional requirements for international students:
    • For non-native English speakers
    • A score of at least 500 in the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) exam is required.
    • The application form and all supporting documents shall be forwarded to the Dean of Graduate Studies. An application will not be processed until all required credentials have been received. Applicants are advised to arrange for the transmittal of all documents well ahead of the application deadline.
    • All first-time applicants are required to pay a non-refundable application fee of P400. For non-resident foreign applicants, the application fee is US$50 payable to Mapúa University in cashier’s check or postal money order.
    Note: For BS-MS, Post-Graduate Diploma, and Master’s programs - All candidates for admission shall be subject to approval for acceptance by the Dean of Graduate Studies and the Head of the respective graduate program with a GWA of 2.50 or better, or its equivalent. For Doctoral programs - All candidates for admission shall be subject to approval for acceptance by the Dean of Graduate Studies and the Head of the respective graduate program with a GWA of 2.00 or better, or its equivalent.
    • Diagnostic Test: Applicants for the Master of Engineering Programs are given diagnostic tests in Engineering Mathematics, Computer Fundamentals, and Technical Communications. Those who obtain scores of 70% or better in each test shall be exempted from registering for the equivalent course.
    • Interview: The Dean of the School of Graduate Studies or the Program Coordinator will conduct an interview with the applicant prior to admission.
    • Notice of Admission: If qualified, an applicant will receive a letter informing him of his admission to the program. The admission is valid for one year. If the applicant fails to complete any graduate course or a portion of the prescribed program within this period, the acceptance lapses and the student will be subjected to any newly adopted requirement upon application for readmission.
    • Conditional Admission and Retention for Post-Graduate Diploma and Master’s programs: A graduate student is conditionally admitted if his average in professional courses is below 2.50. He will be dismissed from the program if he fails to get a GWA of 2.00 or higher after completing 12 units of the program. Under this term, the student is not allowed to withdraw any course. The grade of “I” (INCOMPLETE) is equivalent to “4” in the computation of the GWA.

    Application Deadline
    1st Quarter: 2nd week of June
    2nd Quarter: 2nd week of September
    3rd Quarter: 2nd week of December
    4th Quarter: 2nd week of March

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