Admission for Graduate School

Steps for Entrance Examination

Step 1:
Proceed to the Dean’s Office of the College you wish to apply for evaluation and screening.
(Present Transcript of Records or any document that will serve as reference of academic performance and subjects enrolled)

Step 2:
If qualified to take the university exam, pay testing fee at the Cashier’s Office.
(Present permit to take the exam)

Step 3:
Proceed to the Guidance and Testing Center to take the test.
(Present Official Receipt, permit to take the exam signed by the respective deans, one (1) pc. recent 2×2 I.D. picture – not scanned, photocopied or cut-out and bring pencil, eraser and ballpen)

 

Testing Fee:
Graduate School P500.00

Requirements for Admission to Graduate Programs

Doctorate Programs:
To be eligible for admission to a doctorate degree program, an applicant
must:

  1. hold a master’s degree, preferably has undertaken thesis work, in a relevant field of study from an institution of recognized standing; an applicant who has not done a thesis or a master’s research shall be required to submit research proposal as part of the requirement for admission;
  2. pass the entrance examination for graduate studies;
  3. submit a study objective which would include the required research facilities, if applicable;
  4. submit 2 letters of recommendation from supervisors or professors not related by consanguinity or affinity;
  5. pass the interview with the department chairman/program coordinator; and
  6. satisfy other requirements as specified by the College concerned.

Master’s Programs:
To be eligible for admission to a master’s degree program, the applicant
must:

  1. hold a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent in an appropriate field of study from an institution of recognized standing;
  2. pass the entrance examination for graduate studies;
  3. submit a study objective which would include required research facilities, if applicable;
  4. submit two letters of recommendation from supervisors or professors not related by consanguinity or affinity;
  5. pass the interview with the department chairman/program coordinator; and
  6. satisfy other requirements as indicated by the College wherein the degree program is being offered.