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School Type Local
Programs69 Courses
Academic CalendarSemestral
Accreditations1
Return on investment14 Years Return, 1M Savings in 18 Years
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Requirements

Undergraduate

Requirements

Freshmen
  • NORSU Admission Test (NAT) 
  • English Qualifying Exam 
  • Form 138 or High School Report Card 
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character signed by the High School Principal
  • 2 copies of NSO Birth Certificate 
  • Four 2” x 2” colored pictures with white background with name printed at the back
  • Mailing stamps worth Php 20 inserted in a long ordinary envelope
  • Three long-size brown envelope to contain all the above.

Transferees
 
  • NORSU Admission Test (NAT) 
  • English Qualifying Exam 
  • Official Transcript of Records and Honorable Dismissal 
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character signed by the High School Principal
  • 2 copies of NSO Birth Certificate 
  • Four 2” x 2” colored pictures with white background with name printed at the back
  • Mailing stamps worth Php 20 inserted in a long ordinary envelope
  • Three long-size brown envelope to contain all the above.

Foreign Nationals
 
  • Alien Certificate of Recognition (ACR) from the Bureau of Immigration
  • Student VISA or letter of approval for the conversion to Student VISA
  • Letter of intent to study (indicating the course) at NORSU addressed to the University Registrar.
  • Photocopies of :
     
    • Passport where the point of entry stamp is indicated
    • Passport where the personal information is indicated
       
  • Rid Ribbon Certificate of the following:
     
    • Affidavit of Support
    • Transcript of Records or Secondary Certificate
    • Birth Certificate
    • No Derogatory Record
       
  • Certificate of Secondary Course Completion (with Certificate of Red Ribbon)
  • Student Transcript of Records (with Certificate of Red Ribbon) for College Level
  • 2 x 2 colored pictures with white background (2 copies)
  • Local address (Dumaguete City address), local contact number, local person of reference

NOTE: 
 
  • All Education, Birth and supporting documents should be duly certified by the Philippine Embassy through the Certificate of Red Ribbon. 
  • Students requesting for conversion of 9(a) visa to 9(f) should comply with the requirements set by the Bureau of Immigration


Source: http://www.norsu.edu.ph/content/Instructions/43.html

PRC Ratings

  • Exam

    Passing Rate

  • Geologist Licensure Examination

    10.00%

  • Master Plumber Licensure Examination

    100.00%

  • Mechanical Engineer Licensure Examination

    0.00%

Amenities

Computer Lab
Auditorium
Canteen
Av Rooms
Library

School Overview

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Negros Oriental State University (NORSU) is a multi-campus state university system in the province of Negros Oriental. Its beginnings can be traced back in 1907 with the foundation of Negros Oriental Provincial School (now Negros Oriental High School). Two decades after, a trade school called the Negros Oriental Trade School was built in 1927, and was later converted into East Visayan School of Arts and Trades in 1956. Despite being considered as separate institutions, students in the trade school continued to have their courses in English and Mathematics in the Negros Oriental Provincial School. 

By 1983, the Central Visayas Polytechnic College was established, merging the East Visayan School of Arts and Trades with the Bais School of Fisheries and the Guihulngan Vocational School. And in 2004, it officially became the Negros Oriental State University through the Republic Act No. 9299 approved by former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo.
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  • Capitol Area, Kagawasan Ave, Dumaguete, 6200 Negros Oriental

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Shema Rara

Negros Oriental State University

BS in Pharmacy - Batch 2010

Why did I choose this school?

The difficult in this course is when you have experimentation, chemistry subject and formulation of ...

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My current job

I am 2 years working in one popular pharmacist here in our city, not really that satisfying of the s...

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About the School

It has wide place and you have to walk 10 minutes from the canteen to our department, there’s an ope...

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How long did it take to find a job?

It took me 1 year to have a regular job.

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Rona Jean Yrad

Negros Oriental State University

BS Pharmacy - Batch 2011

Why did I choose this school?

Difficult when it comes to actual practice for there’s not enough facilities for experimentation and...

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My current job

Part-time working at Mercury Drug store as cashier and teller.

About the School

The ambiance was not really for high class at it is considered as public university, overcrowded bec...

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How long did it take to find a job?

After I graduated, it took me 1 month to have work.

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Louil Gio

Negros Oriental State University

Bachelor in Marine Transportation - Batch 1999

Why did I choose this school?

You need to have some skills in navigational techniques, good analysis, Leadership, management, Engl...

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My current job

Seafarer

About the School

NORSU is a state university, from the word it self state university the school have a high standards...

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How long did it take to find a job?

6 months

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