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College of Teacher Education

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Undergraduate

Requirements

Freshmen
  • Original Copy of Form 138 (High School Card Report)
  • MMSU College Freshman Admission Test (CFAT) Rating Reports
  • College Admission Slip
  • Medical Examination Permit
  • Birth Certificate (issued by National Statistics Office (NSO)
  • One (1) 1x1 ID picture

Transferees
 
  • Transfer Credential Eligibility or Honorable Dismissal
  • Certificate of Grades on courses taken
  • MMSU CFAT Rating Report for those who transfer with less than 30 units of credit
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character from the Guidance Counselor or Dean of previous institution attended
  • Birth Certificate issued by National Statistics Office (NSO)
  • Validation of courses taken in a private institution where the grades are below 2.75 or 80%

Foreign Students
 
  • Duly accomplished application form for undergraduate admission with a non-refundable application fee of $30 in money order or manager's check payable to MMSU
  • Two original copies of the Official Transcript of Records (TOR) from each high school and college attended duly authenticated by the Philippine Foreign Service Post (PFSP) located at or having consular jurisdiction over the applicant's country of origin or place of residence. If these records are written in a language other than English, complete official translations must be submitted together with a copy of the original. The Transcript of Records should indicate all subjects taken and the grades earned. The grading system should be clearly stated on the TOR
  • Duly authenticated copy of birth certificate and passport by the Philippine Embassy.
  • Two original copies of a notarized affidavit of support of the applicant's parents or Notice of Grant for Institutional Scholars to cover expenses of the student while studying
  • Six (6) original copies of Personal History Statement (PHS) duly signed by him/her both in English and in his/her national alphabet and stamped with his/her personal seal, if any, and containing among others his/her original 2x2 recently taken photograph with plain white background and his/her original left and right hand thumbprints. PHS forms may be obtained from any Philippine Mission abroad
  • Result of English Proficiency Test for applicant whose native language or whose medium of instruction in secondary school is not English; a minimum score of 250 in the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or a rating of 4 in the English Language Test (ELT) is required. If the applicant did not take the TOEFL or IELTS, he/she may opt to undergo the crash program in English offered by the University
  • A Filipino who graduated from a secondary school abroad applying for admission to the University must satisfy the same requirements as those of foreign students
  • Course syllabus, school catalogues or description of courses taken from other colleges (for transferees)
  • Other institutional requirements:
     
    • College Freshman Admission Test (CFAT) Rating.
    • Certificate of Good Moral Character from the Principal or the head of the institution last attended.
    • Two passport-size colored pictures with white background


Source: http://www.mmsu.edu.ph/admission/undergraduate

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Mariano Marcos State University - Laoag Campus 1 (MMSU - Laoag Campus 1) is a public university originally established in 1917 as the Laoag Normal School. In its first operation as an academic institution, the campus offered a four (4) year secondary normal school curriculum. But with the oversupply of teachers, the school temporarily closed its operation and resumed in 1938 as the Ilocos Norte Normal School.

Eventually, the school was converted into the Northern Luzon Teachers College by the virtue of Republic Act No. 3705 which led to the opening of their undergraduate offering in Elementary Education. And through the PD No. 944 enacted by the late president Ferdinand Marcos, the NLTC was to Northern Luzon State College and finally became part of the Mariano Marcos State University as the campus that houses the College of Teacher Education.
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