Requirements


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  • Graduate Program Requirements

    General Admission Requirements

    For CHED K+12 Grantees

    Proceed first to the Office of Graduate Studies and submit your Provisional Notice of Award.

    Minimum Requirements

    1. A bachelor’s degree, or master’s degree, from a recognized institution is required for admission to a master’s program or doctoral program, respectively.
    2. For an applicant to a master’s program, an undergraduate Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.00 or better, and for an applicant to a doctoral program, a GPA of 1.75 or better in the master’s program; or some evidences of potential ability to pursue a graduate degree, e.g., excellent performance in teaching or research.
    3. Evidence of suitable background or its equivalent in the degree sought.
    Other Requirements
    Submit two sets of documents to the program coordinator, each containing the following items:
    1. Accomplished admission form
    2. Xerox copy of Transcript of Records
    3. Xerox copy of transfer credentials/honorable dismissal (for non-MSU alumnus)
    4. 2” x 2” picture attached to the application for admission form
    5. Official receipt of the admission fee. If possible, submit also the duly sealed two (2) letters of recommendation from former professors or experts in your field.
    6. Concept paper form (Not required for applicants to CSM programs.)
    7. Personal statement form (Not required for applicants to CSM programs.)
    Evaluation and Issuance of Admission Papers
    1. Program Adviser/Coordinator evaluates application and interviews applicant (an admission exam with appropriate fees may be administered in some programs);
    2. Program Adviser/Coordinator signs the forms and endorses the 2 sets of the application documents to the Office of Graduate Studies/College of Science & Mathematics/College of Engineering & Technology);
    3. The OGS Director/CSM Dean/COE&T Dean signs the two sets of application forms and issues Notice of Admission. Copies of the Notice of Admission are attached to the application documents.
    4. One set of the application documents is filed at the Office of Graduate Studies. The other set is returned to the Program Adviser/Coordinator for filing in the applicant’s respective departments.
    5. The applicant gets a copy of the Notice of Admission and proceeds to Program Adviser/Coordinator for:
      1. CHED K+12 Grantees: Program of Study; submit to CHED K+12 Staff at the OGS; applicant proceeds to enroll.
      2. Others: Enrollment
    Typical Enrolment Procedure
    A typical enrolment procedure is conducted as follows:
    1. 1. For CHED K+12/PAHRODF ICSP Grantees: See the OGS Director otherwise go to the Dean’s Office (CSM or COE&T) where the program is offered.
    2. Get ID number from the Admissions Office (for first year students);
    3. Pay Insurance and other Student Fees at the College-Deputized Collectors;
    4. Go to Graduate Program Adviser for Preliminary Resignation Form (PRF) and Advising (The Notice of Admission and the Application documents must be duly accomplished or on file in the Department);
    5. Have your courses controlled and assessed by the College Controller and Assessor;
    6. For CHED K+12/PAHRODF ICSP Grantees, have your PRF tagged as scholar at the Office of Graduate Studies;
    7. For non-scholars, pay tuition and other fees at the college-deputized cashier or other means, e.g., electronic, G-cash, etc.
    8. Secure a Certificate of Registration (COR);
    9. Go to Program Adviser and College Dean for signatures in the COR;
    10. For CHED K+12/PAHRODF ICSP Scholars, submit a certified true copy of COR to the Office of Graduate Studies;
    11. After submitting all the requirements, proceed to the clinic; and
    12. Secure ID from the Computer Center.
    Admission Procedure

    The student is required to prepare the following documents/items:
    1. Two (2) sets Xerox copies for OGS and one (1) set certified true copies of Transcript of Records for the Registrar’s Office;
    2. Two (2) pcs. 2×2 ID pasted to application forms for OGS and another two (2) pcs. with name at the back for the Registrar’s Office;
    3. Two (2) Xerox copies of Transfer Credentials/Honorable Dismissal for OGS and one original copy for the Registrar’s Office (required only to non-MSU-IIT alumnus).
    4. Two recommendation forms from former Professors or experts in the field of specialization sought; see Guidelines on Forms, re: “Recommendation Form for Admission to a Graduate Program”;
    5. Official Receipt for admission fee to be paid at the Cashier’s Office. (Secure billing statement from the program adviser/coordinator);
    6. Xerox copy of marriage certificate (for married women) for the Registrar’s Office.
    Once the above documents/items are prepared, the student should accomplish the following:
    1. Fill up 2 sets of “Application for Admission to a Graduate Program” forms and submit these, together with items 1-5 above, to Program Adviser/Coordinator stationed at the College/School.
    2. Program Adviser/Coordinator evaluates application and interviews applicant (an admission exam with appropriate fees may be administered in some programs);
    3. Program Adviser/Coordinator signs the forms and endorses the 2 sets of the application documents to the Office of Graduate Studies;
    4. The OGS Director signs the two sets of application forms and issues Notice of Admission. Copies of the Notice of Admission are attached to the application documents.
    5. One set of the application documents is filed at the Office of Graduate Studies. The other set is returned to the Program Adviser/Coordinator for filing in the Department.
    6. Student gets a copy of the Notice of Admission and proceeds to Program Adviser/Coordinator for enrolment.
    For International Students

    Students who are not Filipino citizens nor permanent residents of the Philippines who wish to apply for Admission to MSU-IIT must do so with the Office of Admissions.
    In addition to the basic admission requirements established by the Institute, foreign students must:
    1. Provide evidence of English proficiency in the form of at least minimum passing score in TOEFL or other English proficiency tests.
    2. Complete the sequence of preparatory studies required for university admission.
    3. Request that each school they attended mail their academic records or transcripts directly to the Registrar’s Office. Transcripts must include the dates of attendance, level of study, list of subjects, studies and grades obtained, rank in class when possible, and the grading system used. Reports of examinations taken and a final average should be included. All these records must be official documents. Only certified copies or the originals will be accepted for review. These official documents must have an official seal and signed in ink by the appropriate official from the institution(s), such as the registrar. If the school(s) is/are unable to mail the original official documents, exact copies certified by an appropriate official from the institution may be sent.
    4. All documents must be accompanied by an official English translation if they appear in another language. Transfer credits are awarded at the Institute’s discretion. All documents received become a part of the permanent student record at the MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology and cannot be released.
    5. Pay all tuition and fees in full at the time of enrolment. Payment must be made in full in US dollars or equivalent. Students also must pay the following items:
      1. Application fee of $25.
      2. Tuition and other miscellaneous fees set by the Institute for all students. These fees vary by courses enrolled in.
      3. Alien student fee per semester:
        1. Non-resident: $500.00
        2. Resident: $250.00
    School Fees (For Local Students)

    Tuition Fee …………………………………... P1500/unit
    Laboratory Fee ………………………………. P 500/lab
    Miscellaneous ……………………………….. P660
    Financial Assistance
    • Graduate Teaching Assistantships (A Student with a grade point average of 2.0 or better in his/her undergraduate, or graduate subject can apply. It carries monthly stipend and school fees waiver.)
    • Financial Assistance may be availed of by the graduate students in the form of the CHED Faculty Development Program Scholarship.
    • DOST Scholarship

  • Undergraduate Programs Requirements and Procedure

    Undergraduate Freshman Students

    High School graduates seeking admission to degree and non-degree education must pass the MSU-SASE administered by the Mindanao State University Center for University Testing and Institutional Research, Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, Mindanao State University, Marawi City. Applicants qualified for admission must present/bring the following requirements upon registration:

    1. Original and one (1) photocopy of Form 138 (High School Card);
    2. Original and one (1) photocopy of MSU-SASE Report of Rating;
    3. Original and one (1) photocopy of Certificate of Good Moral Character issued by an official of the school previously attended;
    4. Authenticated Copy of Birth Certificate from NSO (to be returned), and 1 photocopy of it;
    5. Six (6) copies of ID pictures 1”x1” and one (1) 2”x2” size bust picture (recent and un-retouched);
    6. Latest income tax return of the parents with one (1) photocopy of it (optional);
    7. Certification from the principal if graduated as valedictorian or salutatorian in a school with at least sixty (60) graduates;
    8. One (1) piece long brown envelope;
    9. One (1) piece long white folder;
    10. For MSU employees dependent:  Certification from HRMO;
    11. For scholarships other than the MSU granted:  Notice of Scholarship Award issued by sponsoring agency (i.e. DOST, CHED, etc.).

    Undergraduate Transfer Students

    Transferees from within the MSU System can be automatically admitted if his/her SASE rating is above 90 (taken not more than 3 years ago);  carried a minimum load of 18 units during the past semester; and no grade of INC or FAILURE.
    Transferees from other schools who have earned at least 30 units are preferred provided that 75% of the units enrolled in the previous school are PASSED, with a GPA of at least 2.50 or better.
    Requirements to be presented during enrolment:
    1. Report of Rating  (MSU SASE);
    2. Transfer Credential/ Honorable Dismissal;
    3. Duly accomplished Program Slot Availability Certificate (PSAC)*;
    4. Birth Certificate from NSO;
    5. Two (2) copies ID pictures 1”x 1”;
    6. One (1) copy ID picture 2”x2”;
    7. One (1) piece long brown envelope;
    8. One (1) piece long white folder; and
    9. HRMO-issued certification of dependency (if dependent), or Notice of Award issued by sponsoring agency (if scholar).
    * PSAC forms are issued by the Office of Admissions and Scholarship Administration (OASA).

    International Undergraduate/Graduate Students

    Foreign students may be admitted provided that they meet the requirements from the Commission on Higher Education and from the Institute. All documents and other requirements must be received by the Office of the Registrar/Admissions at least one month before the start of registration. The requirements are as follows:
    1. Duly Accomplished Application Form for foreign students:
      1. Admission Form AFS-2007; and
      2. Letter of Application.
    2. Authenticated Transcript of Records (or Scholastic Records);
    3. Personal History Statement;
    4. Affidavit of Support;
    5. Institutional Requirements:
      1. TOEFL or Certificate of English Proficiency for students coming from countries where English is not their medium of instruction;
      2. Police Clearance issued by the country where the student came from (Certificate of Good Moral Character (CGMC) by the school principal or guidance counselor);
      3. Php150.00 Testing Fee; and
      4. Two (2) copies ID picture 1”x1”.
    6. Notice of Acceptance (from IIT Admissions Office);
    7. Student Visa (Foreign Service Post);
    8. Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR)*
    9. Certificate of Residence for Temporary Students (CRTS)*
    * These are secured from the Bureau of Immigration, Manila.
    Students who are not Filipino citizens nor permanent residents of the Philippines who wish to apply for Admission to MSU-IIT must apply with the Office of the Admissions.
    In addition to the basic admission requirements established by the Institute, foreign students must:
    1. Provide evidence of English proficiency in the form of at least minimum passing score in TOEFL or other English proficiency test. In the case of a student seeking admission to the School of Graduate Studies but whose English proficiency is low, he/she will be advised to satisfy the English proficiency requirements before the studenct can be admitted as a regular student to the School of Graduate Studies.
    2. Complete the sequence of preparatory studies required for university admission
    3. Request that each school they attended mail their academic records or transcript directly to the Registrar's Office. Transcripts must include the dates of attendance, level of study, list of subjects, studies and grades obtained, rank in class when possible, and the grading system used. Reports of examinations taken and a final average should be included. All these records must be official documents. Only certified copies or the originals will be accepted for review. These official documents must have an official seal and signed in ink by the appropriate official from the institution(s), such as the registrar. If the school(s) is unable to mail the original official documents, exact copies certified by an appropriate official from the institution may be sent.
    4. Include an official English translation for documents that are written in another language. Transfer credits are awarded at the Institute's discretion. Be informed that all documents received become a part of the permanent student records at the MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology and cannot be released.
    5. Pay all tuition and fees in full at the time of enrolment. Payment must be made in full in US dollars or equivalent. Student must also pay the following items:
      1. Application Fee of $25 for graduate students $15 for undergraduate student
      2. Tuition and other miscellaneous fees set by the Institute for all students. These fees vary by course enrolled in.
      3. Alien student fee per semester:
        • Non-resident: $500
        • Resident: $250

     

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