De La Salle University

Quick Links: http://www.dlsu.edu.ph | http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/students/international/index.asp (International Student Guide)

PLEASE NOTE: check directly with the university for updated information: be sure to look for ‘international college’ or ‘international program’ or ‘international admissions’ for information about international students fees; if you cannot get the information or applications you require, contact universityapps@gmail.com

Location

Manila, Philippines

Introduction

De La Salle College was founded in 1911 when the Brothers of the Christian Schools opened their first school in the Philippines. The University has placed much emphasis on the formation of various consortium agreements with other major universities in the country. As a result, De La Salle students and faculty may enjoy not only the use of facilities of these schools but also the opportunity to work with their counterparts in the consortia. “Inspired by the charisma of St. John Baptist de La Salle, the University harmonizes faith and life with contemporary knowledge to nurture a community of distinguished and morally upright scholars who generate and propagate new knowledge for human development and social transformation.” De La Salle University offers many different courses and degrees at all levels taught exclusively in English.

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Myanmar Students at This University

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Financial Assistance Available

There are no scholarships for foreign students.

Costs

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Undergraduate:

Schedule of tuition and fees at: http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/offices/accounting/tuition_fees/ug_tuition.pdf

Graduate:

Schedule of tuition and fees at: http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/offices/accounting/tuition_fees/gs_tuition.pdf

Living expenses:

De La Salle University does not have residences on campus. These are estimated expenses per month in Philippine Pesos.

Accommodation (sharing an apartment/living in a dormitory): 4,500

Electricity, Water and Telephone: 700

Food: 6,000

Clothing: 1,500

Transportation: 950

Textbooks, typing, supplies: 1,000

Others: 1,620

TOTAL: 16,270

The student must provide personal health insurance. De La Salle University-Manila has a minimal accident insurance for its students performing or attending a University function or activity.

Details at: http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/students/international/studentconcerns/costofliving.asp

General Application Procedure

Undergraduate:

Application procedure:

  • Present a Certified True Copy of Secondary School Records at the College Admissions Office for evaluation.
  • College Admissions Office will inform applicant whether he/she qualified or not to take the College Entrance Test.
  • If qualified to take the test, pay US $50.00 application fee (includes application form, testing and processing, informational materials)
  • Present the Official Receipt to the College Admissions Office and secure the Application Form and other requirements.

Fill out the Application Form and attach the required documents:

  • Certified True Copy of Secondary School Records
  • Two (2) Recommendations (From any two of the following: High School Principal, Class Adviser or Guidance Counselor; use DLSU Recommendation Form)
  • Three (3) 2” x 2” identical photographs
  • Photocopy of Birth Certificate (From the Local Civil Registrar or National Statistics Office – For Permanent Philippine Residents) or Passport

Submit completed Application Form with all the required documents at the College Admissions Office before the entrance exam date to secure the exam permit.

  • Take the exam on the scheduled date.
  • Get status letter (pass/fail) from the College Admissions Office on the announced date for release of results.
  • If accepted, applicant will schedule interview with the OSAC (Office of Students Activities) Coordinator and secure the requirements for international students. (Personal History Statements, etc.)(College Admissions Office forwards all documents to the OSAC Coordinator.)
  • After the interview with OSAC Coordinator, clearance with or without condition will be issued.
  • Proceed to the College Admissions Office to confirm his/her enrollment.

Details at: http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/students/international/requirements/undergraduate.asp

http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/help/highlights/international.asp

Graduate:

Application procedure:

  • Secure a referral slip from the Graduate Admissions Office; proceed to the Accounting Office and pay the non-refundable fee of $30.00 (International).
  • Present the official receipt; 2 pieces (2×2) picture; then secure application form and exam permit from Graduate Admissions Office.
  • Take the entrance examination on the scheduled date at the Institutional Testing and Evaluation Office (ITEO).

Accomplish the Graduate Application Form and submit this together with the following documents to the Graduate Admissions Office:

  • Two copies of your Transcript of Records (original and certified true copy). Undergraduate transcript of records (for Master’s program), Master’s transcript of records (for Ph.D. program) (If written in a language other than English, Official translation must be submitted together with a copy of the original records or certified true copy).
  • Two letters of recommendation from previous professor or employer whoever is available.
  • For International student applicants – Photocopy of the data page of your passport.
  • Updated Curriculum Vitae/Résumé
  • Personal Statement containing Academic and Career Objectives with specific area of study intended. For Ph.D. applicant the proposed program of research must be included.
  • Listings of research (completed or in progress, if any) including titles of publication.

Check with the Graduate Admissions Office two weeks after the exam date for your interview schedule with the department.

  • Come for the scheduled interview.
  • Upon acceptance, claim Notice of Admission from the Graduate Admissions Office on the enrolment schedule.
  • Present Notice of Admission to the department secretary to secure enrollment form during enrollment period.

Details at: http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/students/international/requirements/graduate.asp

http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/help/highlights/international.asp

Important Dates

De La Salle University-Manila has a trimestral calendar consisting of three regular trimesters of about 13 to 14 weeks each and trimestral breaks of about two weeks in between trimesters. The first trimester starts in early June (or in some cases, late May), the second in early September and the third in early January.

Check the deadlines for applying for international students with the college admission office or with the graduate school admission office.

Degrees Offered

Bachelor:

BSC Advertising Management
BSC Business Management
BSC Legal Management
BSC Management of Financial Institutions
BSC Marketing Management
BS Accountancy
BS Applied Economics
BS Interdisciplinary Business Studies
BS Applied Economics and BS Accountancy
BS Applied Economics and BS in Commerce
BA Economics
BA Economics and BS Accountancy
BA Economics and BSC Advertising Management
BA Economics and BSC Business Management
BA Economics and BSC Legal Management
BA Economics and BSC Management of Financial Institutions
BA Economics and BSC Marketing Management
BS Computer Science Major in Computer Systems Engineering
BS Computer Science with Specialization in Software Technology
BS Computer Science with Specialization in Network Engineering
BS Information and Communication Technology Management
BS Computer Science with Specialization in Instructional Systems Technology
BS Early Childhood Education
BS Educational Psychology
BSE English
BSE Biology
BSE Chemistry
BSE Mathematics
BSE Physics
BSE Physical Sciences
BA Sports and Recreation Management
BSE Mathematics with specialization in Computer Application
BS Chemical Engineering
BS Chemical Engineering, minor in Semiconductor Processing
BS Civil Engineering with Specializations in Structural Engineering
BS Electronics & Communications Engineering
BS Industrial Engineering
BS Manufacturing Eng and Management/Spec. Mechatronics and Robotics Eng
BS Manufacturing Eng and Management/Biomedical Eng
BS Industrial Management Engineering minor in Information Technology
BS Industrial Management Engineering minor in Service Management
BS Mechanical Engineering/concentration in Mechatronics Engineering
BS Computer Engineering
BA Behavioral Sciences
BA Development Studies
BA International Studies, major in American Studies
BA International Studies, major in European Studies
BA International Studies, major in Japanese Studies
BA Political Science
BA Communication Arts
BA History
BA Literature
BA Organizational Communication
BA Philosophy
BA Psychology
BS Psychology
BA Philippine Studies, major in Filipino in Mass Media
BA and BS in Commerce
BS Biology
BS Human Biology
BS Mathematics
BS Statistics, major in Actuarial Science
BS Biochemistry
BS Chemistry minor in Business Studies
BS Physics
BS Physics, minor in Economics
BS Physics, minor in Finance
BS Physics with specialization in Materials Science
BS Physics with specialization in Medical Instrumentation
BS Premed Physics

Master:

M Applied Economics
M Risk and Insurance Management
M Marketing Communications
MS Accountancy
MS Economics
MS Entrepreneurship
MS Financial Engineering
MS Industrial Relations Management
MS Marketing and Diploma in Marketing
Postgraduate Diploma in Computer Science
M Computer Applications Major in Instructional Systems Technology
MS Information Technology
MS Computer Science
MA Counseling (Thesis Program)
MA Counseling (Non-thesis Program)
MA Education, major in Student Affairs & Services Management (Thesis Program)
M Learning and Teaching (Non-thesis Program)
MS Educational Measurement and Evaluation (Thesis Program)
MS Guidance and Counseling (Thesis Program)
MA Teaching English Language (Non-Thesis Program)
MA English Language Education with specialization in English for Specific Purposes (Thesis)
MA English Language Education with specialization in Reading Education (Thesis Program)
MA English Language Education with specialization in Second Language Teaching (Thesis)
MA Education, major in Educational Leadership and Management (Thesis Program)
MED Educational Leadership (Non-Thesis Program)
MA Education, major in Early Childhood Education (Thesis)
MED Early Childhood Education (Non-Thesis)
MA Education major in Special Education (Thesis)
MED Special Education (Non-Thesis)
MA Teaching General Science
MED specialization in General Science, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics (Non-Thesis)
MS Teaching with specialization in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics (Thesis Program)
M Teaching English in Basic Education
M Teaching Mathematics in Basic Education
MS Chemical Engineering
MS Civil Engineering
MS Electronics and Communication Engineering
MS Environmental Engineering and Management
MS Industrial Engineering
MS Manufacturing Engineering and Management
MS Mechanical Engineering
M Engineering Science – Non Thesis
MENG Chemical Engineering – Non Thesis
MENG Civil Engineering – Non Thesis
MENG Electronics and Communications Engineering – Non Thesis
MENG Environmental Engineering and Management – Non Thesis
MENG Industrial Engineering – Non Thesis
MENG Manufacturing Engineering and Management – Non Thesis
MENG Mechanical Engineering – Non Thesis
MA International Studies major in European Studies
MA Communication major in Applied Media Studies
MA Political Science
MA Political Science – Non Thesis
MA Education major in Religious Education
MA Applied Behavioral Sciences major in Social Planning
MA Applied Theology (thesis/non-thesis)
MA Asian Studies Major in Japanese Studies
MA Development Policy
MED religious & Values Education with specialization in Formative Counseling
MA History
MA History (thesis/non-thesis)
MA Language and Literature, major in Filipino
MA Language and Literature, major in Literature
MA Philippine Studies
MED Religious Values Education – non thesis
MED Religious Values Education
MFA Creative Writing
M Health Social Science
M History/Political Science
M Philosophy
MS Psychology major in Industrial Psychology
MS Psychology major in Clinical Psychology
MS Psychology major in Human Development Psychology
MS Psychology major in Psychological Measurement
MS Psychology major in Social Cultural Psychology
Applied Theology Program (Diploma, Masters and Doctor of Philosophy)
Certificate in Teaching Religion
MS Biology
MS Chemistry
MS Environmental Science and Ecosystem Management
MS Mathematics
MS Physics
M Biology – Non Thesis
M Chemistry – Non Thesis
M Mathematics – Non Thesis
M Physics – Non Thesis

PhD:

PhD Computer Science
PhD Science Education (specializ. Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics)
PhD Educational Psychology (major in Educational Measurement and Evaluation)
PhD Counseling Psychology (with specialization in Clinical, School or Industrial)
PhD Applied Linguistics (Regular Program)
PhD Applied Linguistics (Straight Program)
PhD Education, major in Educational Leadership and Management
PhD Education, major in Educational Leadership and Management (Executive)
PhD Chemical Engineering
PhD Electronics and Communications Engineering
PhD Industrial Engineering
PhD Mechanical Engineering
Doctor of Education, major in Religious and Values Education
Doctor of Arts in Language and Literature, major in Filipino
Doctor of Arts in Language and Literature, major in Literature
PhD Applied Theology
PhD Development Studies
PhD Filipino, majors in Language and Literature
PhD Literature
PhD Philosophy
PhD Biology
PhD Chemistry
PhD Mathematics (Regular and Straight Programs)
PhD Physics (Regular and Straight Program)