Mindanao Kokusai Daigaku (Mindanao International College) Requirements

Angliongto Ave., Mamay Rd., Lanang, Davao City, 8000 Davao del Sur
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Requirements


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  • Undergraduate

    Freshmen
    Requirements

    • Admission Slip from the Guidance Center
    • Senior High School Card/ Form 138
    • NSO Authenticated Birth Certificate (Original)
    • Certificate of Good Moral Character
    • 2 pcs. 2x2 photo w/ blue background
    • 2 pcs. 1x1 photo w/ blue background
    • Physical Examination with Medical Certificate (Stool, Urine, CBC, X-ray, and Drug Test)

    Transferees
    Requirements
    • Admission Slip from the Guidance Office
    • Honorable Dismissal
    • Transcript of Records (Informative) for evaluation purposes
    • NSO Authenticated Birth Certificate (Original)
    • Certificate of Good Moral Character
    • 2 pcs. 2x2 photo w/ blue background
    • 2 pcs. 1x1 photo w/ blue background
    • Physical Examination with Medical Certificate (Stool, Urine, CBC, X-ray, and Drug Test)

    Foreign Students
    Requirements for Qualified Applicants
    • For high school graduates: High School Report Card or equivalent
    • For college level: Transcript of Records (Informative) or its equivalent
    • Certificate of Good Moral Character or Recommendation from the Principal or Guidance Counselor (if applicable)
    • Two (2) copies of Birth Certificate (must be translated in English for non-English language)
    • If Dual citizen: NSO Copy if with Philippine Passport
    • 2 pcs. 2x2 photo w/ blue background
    • 2 pcs. 1x1 photo w/ blue background
    • Photocopy of the Passport page where the name, photo, birth date and entry stamp marked from the Bureau of Immigration appear (latest VISA stamped on it).
    • Special Study Permit (SSP) / Student Visa
    • Identification Certificate No. from the Bureau of Immigration (BOI)
    • Alien Certificate of Registration or ACR I-Card (if applicable)
    • Visa extension (if applicable)

    Entrance Examination
    Requirements
    • Official Receipt of Php 100.00 testing fee paid at the cashier's window
    • School ID (if available)
    • Pencil with eraser
    Schedule
    • Mondays to Fridays, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
    • Saturdays, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 n.n.


    Source: http://www.mkd.edu.ph/admission/admission-requirements-and-procedure/

  • FOREIGN STUDENTS

    A. Entrance Examination Procedure (c/o Guidance Office)
    A prospective foreign student-applicant for the tertiary or college level must be a
    graduate of high school/secondary school or its equivalent.

    1. Present a copy of Secondary School Records or its equivalent at the Admissions Office for evaluation. (All necessary documents to be presented are translated in English)
    2. The Admissions Office will inform the applicant whether he/she is qualified or not to take the Entrance Examination. If the applicant is qualified, he/she will fill out the Entrance Examination Form.
    3. Pay the Entrance Exam fee of Php100.00 at the Cashier.
    4. Submit completed Entrance Examination Form with the Official Receipt (OR) to the Guidance Office and take the Entrance Exam on a scheduled date.
    5. Get the results of the Entrance Exam from the Guidance Office.
    6. If passed, the applicant will be interviewed by the Program Chair/College Dean with respect to the desired course applied.
    7. After the interview with Program Chair/College Dean, the Admissions Office will prepare the Notice of Acceptance required for processing the student visa.
    B. Requirement for Qualified Applicants
    1. High School Report Card or its equivalent (for High School Graduates)
    2. Transcript of Records (Informative) or its Equivalent (for College level / Undergrad)
    3. Certificate of Good Moral Character or Recommendation from the Principal or Guidance Counselor (if applicable)
    4. Two (2) copies of Birth Certificate (must be translated in English for non English language)
    5. If Dual citizen: NSO Copy if with Philippine Passport
    6. 2 pcs. 2×2 photo w/ blue background
    7. 2 pcs. 1×1 photo w/ blue background
    8. Photocopy of Passport page where name, photo, birth date and entry stamp marked from the Bureau of Immigration appear (latest VISA stamped on it).
    9. Special Study Permit (SSP) / Student Visa
    10. Identification Certificate No. from Bureau of Immigration (BOI)
    11. Alien certificate of Registration or ACR I-Card (if applicable)
    12. Visa extension (if applicable)
    C. Fill out Enrollment Forms
    After the evaluation, you will be given an ENROLLMENT SLIP. Complete the Enrollment Slip procedure and then secure F-02; Registration Form from the Registrar’s Office.
    Note: Fill out the form. Subject schedules will be posted in the designated area/s.
    D. Encoding & Official Listing
    Return the Registrar’s copy (F-02) to the Encoder to be officially listed. Have your subjects encoded temporarily. You will be advised in case the subject is already closed.
    E. Payment and Assessment
    Pay your corresponding fees at the Cashier to be officially enrolled.
    F. Proceed to Office of the Student Affairs (OSA)
    Proceed to OSA for your temporary School ID and issuance of student’s handbook. The official School ID will be released after a month.
    If the Applicants is a Temporary Visitor in the Philippines:
    Documents required changing from Temporary Visitor (9a) to Student Visa (9f):
    • Duly notarized Letter of Request from the Applicant, indicating that all
    • General Application Form duly accomplished and notarized (BI Form No. MCL-
    • Original copy of the Notice of Acceptance (NOA) containing a clear impression
    • Original copy of Medical Certificate issued by the Bureau of Quarantine and documents submitted were legally obtained from the corresponding agencies. (Submit 3 original copies) 07-01). (Submit 3 original copies) of the school’s official dry seal and a duly notarized written Endorsement from the school for the conversion of the applicant’s status signed by the School Registrar. International Health Surveillance or a government medical institution with competence to certify that the applicant is not afflicted with any dangerous, contagious or loathsome disease and is mentally fit.
    • Photocopy of applicant’s passport where name, photo, birth date is shown, admission and authorized stay of at least 20 days from date of filing (latest VISA stamped on it).
    • National Intelligence Coordinating Agency (NICA) Clearance. The NICA Form is sent to NICA Office in Manila for evaluation and approval which requires 10-15 working days.
    • Submit Bureau of Immigration (BI) Clearance Certificate
    • 6 pcs 2×2 colored pictures taken within the last six months

  • FOR TRANSFEREES

    1. Entrance Examination and Interview – at the Guidance Office
    2. Proceed to Admissions Office
      Present the following requirements:
      1. Honorable Dismissal
      2. Transcript of Records (Informative) – For evaluation purposes
      3. Birth Certificate – NSO Authenticated
      4. Certificate of Good Moral Character
      5. 2 pcs. 2×2 photo w/ blue background
      6. 2 pcs. 1×1 photo w/ blue background
      7. Admission Slip from the Guidance Office
      8. Physical Examination with Medical Certificate
        – Stool, Urine, CBC and X ray
      Note:
      1. For transferees, the grades will be evaluated by the Registrar/Admission Officer
      2. F-02 (Official Registration Form) will be given after evaluation.
    3. Encoding & Official Listing
      Return the Registrar’s copy (F-02) to the Encoder to be officially listed. Have your subjects encoded temporarily. You will be advised in case the subject is already closed.
    4. Payment and Assessment
      Pay your corresponding fees at the Cashier to be officially enrolled.

  • OLD STUDENTS

    1. Complete Clearance form (Information Counter)
      Complete Clearance Form (F-11). If form is lost, you need to pay Php10.00 to secure a new one. A completed clearance is a requirement for the releasing of grades.
    2. Releasing of Report Card (at the Library)
      After complying F-11 form, get the semester grades for the evaluation.
    3. Evaluation of Grades
      Irregular and Regular students from 1st year to 3rd year, kindly proceed to your respective Department/Program head for your grades evaluation and the list of the subjects you need to enroll.
    4. Fill out Enrollment Forms
      After the evaluation, you will be given an ENROLLMENT SLIP. Complete the Enrollment Slip procedure and then secure F-02; Registration Form from the Registrar’s Office.
      Note:
      • Fourth Year students are required to report to the Registrar for evaluation.
      • Fill out the F-02 form. Subject schedules will be posted in the designated area/s.
    5. Encoding & Official Listing
      Return the Registrar’s copy (F-02) to the Encoder to be officially listed. Have your subjects encoded temporarily. You will be advised in case the subject is already closed.
    6. Payment and Assessment
      Pay your corresponding fees at the Cashier to be officially enrolled.

  • HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES

    1. Entrance Examination and Interview – at the Guidance Office
    2. Proceed to Admissions Office
      Present the following requirements:
      1. High School Card (Form 138)
      2. Birth Certificate – NSO Authenticated
      3. Certificate of Good Moral Character
      4. 2 pcs. 2×2 photo w/ blue background
      5. 2 pcs. 1×1 photo w/ blue background
      6. Admission Slip from the Guidance Office
      7. Physical Examination with Medical Certificate
        – Stool, Urine, CBC and X ray
    3. Fill out Enrollment Forms
      After the evaluation, you will be given an ENROLLMENT SLIP. Complete the Enrollment Slip procedure and then secure F-02; Registration Form from the Registrar’s Office.Note: Fill out the form. Subject schedules will be posted in the designated area/s.
    4. Encoding & Official Listing
      Return the Registrar’s copy (F-02) to the Encoder to be officially listed. Have your subjects encoded temporarily. You will be advised in case the subject is already closed.
    5. Payment and Assessment
      Pay your corresponding fees at the Cashier to be officially enrolled.
    6. Proceed to Office of the Student Affairs (OSA)
      Proceed to OSA for your temporary School ID and issuance of student’s handbook. The official School ID will be released after a month.

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