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DOST-SEI Undergrad  scholarships e application open until Dec. 2  

LAMUT, Ifugao (PIA)--Grade 12 senior high school students who aspire to be government scholars,  don’t miss out on  this opportunity.

The Department of Science and Technology- Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI)     is still accepting online  applications for its  Undergraduate Scholarships   until December 2, 2022.  Interested students may  visit the link  https://www.science-scholarships.ph/.

Said scholarship program is open to all Filipino Grade 12 students of School Year 2022-2023  who are members of the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics)  strand or those belonging to the top five percent (5%) of a non-STEM strand.

It  offers a tuition fee grant of P40,000  per academic year, a monthly allowance of P7,000.00, and other privileges.  

Qualifying  examination is set on March 11-12, 2023.

In an effort to reach aspiring students and bridge DOST scholarship opportunities, the DOST -SEI)- Cordillera conducted s a week-long scholarship caravan in the province to bring the 2023 DOST-SEI Undergraduate Scholarship Program closer to Grade 12 STEM and non-STEM students who are willing to pursue careers in science, technology, mathematics, and engineering.

The Scholarship Unit with the Provincial Science and Technology Office-Ifugao     headed by   Director Genna Jallorina visited eight   senior high schools (SHS) in the province namely  the Ifugao Provincial SHS, Asipulo National  HS, Haliap NHS-Main, Assumption Academy of Mayoyao Inc., Bangbang NHS, Ubao NHS, Rufino L. Chungalao NHS, and Aguinaldo NHS.

The caravan ,  with the campaign banner  “Namnama Kadagiti Adda Arapaap Na,”   served  as an avenue to further explain the DOST scholarship program and its benefits and to answer the queries and concerns of students.   

For more information,  visit PSTO- Ifugao at Nayon, Lamut, Ifugao or message them at 0977-830-0042.(JDP/FBR-PIA CAR, Ifugao)  Photos: DOST-CAR Scholars

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