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DOST Scholarships Now Open For SY 2023

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The Department of Science & Technology–Science Education Institute is now accepting online applications of its 2023 Undergraduate Scholarships.

Interested Grade 12 students in the Province can submit their application form and requirements online through https://usas.science-scholarships.ph

They must have a secure email address, a working mobile number, and stable internet connection before accessing the site.

Students with high aptitude in science and mathematics may apply for the Merit Scholarship. RA 7687 is also meant for talented and deserving students from lower income families.

Successful applicants are required to enroll in any priority science and technology courses. For those who will enroll in any DOST-accredited private universities, DOST will pay P20,000/semester as tuition subsidy.

Other benefits include a monthly stipend of P7,000 for 10 months, book allowance of P5,000/semester, thesis allowance at an outright grant of P10,000, transportation allowance for scholars who will study outside their Province, a one-time clothing allowance, and a graduation allowance.

For SY 2022, some 43 Grade 12 students from Negros Oriental successfully qualified for the DOST Undergraduate Scholarships.

Deadline of application is on Dec 2. For more information, applicants may visit the DOST Negros Oriental Facebook page, or call 0955-019-2814. (DOST NegOr PR)

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