bulletin

2014 Science and Technology Undergraduate Scholarships

Thursday, April 11, 2013 01:25 AM    Views : 18256by:DOST-SEI

The Undergraduate Scholarship Programs of the Department of Science and Technology implemented by the Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) are open yearly to talented and deserving students who wish to pursue 4- or 5- year courses in priority science and technology fields. The RA 7687 Scholarships and the Merit Scholarships both aim to produce and develop high quality human resources who will man the Science and Technology (S&T) and Research Development (R&D) efforts in the country.

With the fast-paced advancement of technology and the increasing demands of globalization, there is a need to increase the pool of expertise in S&T. Through the S&T Scholarships, DOST-SEI helps contribute in providing human resources that will beef up attainment of the national R&D priority thrusts. Thus, the 2014 S&T Undergraduate Scholarships are now open to qualified secondary senior students. High school graduates who have not undertaken any college units may also apply. Application forms and scholarship brochures can be obtained at the Science Education Institute, 2/F Science Heritage Building, DOST Compound, Bicutan, Taguig City; DOST Regional Offices; Provincial Science and Technology centers (PSTC) or Offices of the Congressmen and Senators during months of June or July.

Click here for more details about the S&T Scholarship Programs.

Click here to download the 2014 DOST-SEI S&T Undergraduate Scholarships Brochure

Deadline for filing of application is on 23 August 2013 (Friday) and the nationwide conduct of the DOST-SEI Undergraduate Scholarship Examination is on 22 September 2013 (Sunday).

Privileges include tuition and other school fees, monthly stipend, book allowance, and other benefits. For more information, you may contact us here

Source: http://www.science-scholarships.ph/

S & T Trivia

" Wilmo Orejola, a Filipino surgeon, created the harmonic scalpel, an ultrasonic surgical knife that doesn't burn flesh. He has more than a dozen medical and toy patents in the US and in the Philippines. Francis Duhaylongsod, a Filipino heart surgeon in Hawaii, invented an operation called minimally-invasive cardiac surgery. This uses smaller cuts into the body, reducing the nine-week recovery period to two. "

Online Resources
© copyright 2012 www.science.ph. All rights reserved.

Login