Saturday, January 15, 2011

CHED Scholarships for Outstanding Passers of NCAE

FULL  - This program is for bright Filipinos students who got the highest score in the NCAE and must belong to the top ten of the graduating class. Scholars under this program can enroll in any government or private college/university HEIs with parent whose Annual Income Tax Return of not less than P300,000.00. 

Full Merit: P15,000/semester

HALF  - For bright Filipino students who got a percentile NCAE rating score of 85 to 89. Scholars under this program shall enroll in any government or private HEIs. It also includes Persons With Disabilities (PWDS).

Hlaf-Merit: P7,500/semester

• Must be a Filipino citizen of good moral character;
• A high school graduate or a candidate for graduation from high School;
• At least 80% general weighted average (GWA) based on Form 138 and a general scholastic aptitude (GSA) of National Career Assessment Examination (NCAE), as follows:
    a. 90% above - full merit
    b. 85% above - half merit
    c. 80-84% - grant-in-aid and student loan programs
• Combined Annual Gross Income of Parents/Guardian not to exceed P300,000.00;
• Must not be more than 30 years of age at the time of application except for CHED OPAPPSGPRR;
• Entering freshmen and/or college student in any curricular year level;
• For student-borrower:
    a. must enter into a loan agreement with CHEDRO; and
    b. must have a co-borrower who is a member of SSS/GSIS in good standing (at least paying contribution for six (6) months for the last 12 months); and
• Has not availed of any government scholarship and/or grant.
• Accomplished StuFAPs Application OSS Form 01;
• National Career Assessment Examination (NCAE) Certificate;
• High School Report Card or Form 138;
• Latest Annual Income Tax Return or Certificate of Exemption of parents and or guardian from the Bureau of Internal Revenue;
• Certificate of good moral character from the high school principal/guidance counselor;
• Certified true copy of grades during the previous semester attended (SNPLP only);
• Notarized contract between CHED and student-borrower (SNPLP only);
• Proof of SSS/GSIS premium contribution of co-borrower (SNPLP only);
• Official Report of Rating or Certificate of grades for the last semester attended issued by the School Registrar; and
• Certification of co-borrower either SSS/GSIS member.

For more information about these scholarships, please visit the website of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) or you may download the PDF file of CHED Memorandum Order No. 29, series of 2009


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