Looking for a scholarship?
The De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde has recently announced a list of scholarships available for academic year 2018-2019
Among the grants offered are six types of academic scholarships, seven kinds of merit scholarships, and several categories of financial aid for incoming freshmen and currently enrolled students.
The Pierre Romançon Grant provides full tuition subsidy and fees waiver to qualified enrollees in need of financial support.
For incoming freshmen, Benilde grants the top 20 achievers of the Benildean Entrance Exam the Entrance Academic Scholarship, which entitles recipients with waived tuition and other fees.
The Honors Scholarship likewise awards incoming college students who ranked in the top 10 of their graduating class with full tuition and other fees subsidy, free dormitory accommodations, and a monthly allowance.
Currently enrolled students with outstanding academic performance, on the other hand, can take advantage of the Benildean Excellence in Scholastics and Talents Scholarship, which awards full tuition, miscellaneous support, and a stipend per term. To qualify, students must have a high school grade point average of 90 percent or equivalent and must embody the characteristics of a potential student and community leader.
The Vatel Scholarship, made possible through an existing partnership with the Vatel International Business School of Hotel and Tourism Management, awards students of Bachelor of Science in Hotel, Restaurant, and Institution Management who showed an exceptional academic performance for five consecutive terms full tuition and waived fees for a year.
The Top Ten Honors Scholarship confers the top 10 ranking student-achievers from DLS-CSB’s respective schools with a stipend commensurate to their ratings for three consecutive terms.
The Athletic Recruit Scholarship gives the opportunity for the athletically skilled to represent the institution in intercollegiate sports competitions while having access to quality education.
Abiding by the philosophy of innovation and inclusion, the Kapitbahay Grant reaches out to academically deserving but impoverished high school students residing within the college’s beneficiary areas in Manila and Pasay City. They may enjoy full tuition, fees subsidy, and allowance. Applicants must be residents of the community for at least two years and present a certification from the Barangay Captain.
Finally, the Benildean Hope Grant likewise endows education for those from the marginalized sectors, such as street children, and youth from indigenous communities, identified and recognized by the college and endorsed by non-government organizations and partners.
Benilde’s student population is currently composed of 25 percent scholars based on merit and circumstance, but regardless of class, age, gender, and culture.
Visit www.scholarships.benilde.edu.ph or call (02) 230-5100 loc 1821 for more information.
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