Faculty and non-teaching staff from Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) can go on full-time study to earn Master’s or Doctorate degrees, with scholarship privileges that include tuition cost, stipend, book allowance, and transportation allowance.
Individuals with completed master’s or doctoral coursework may receive a grant to undertake research for the completion of the corresponding master’s thesis or doctoral dissertation.
The Scholarships for Graduate Studies (Local) is designed to fulfill the following objectives.
|Assist in managing the impact of the K to 12 transition period to labor||Upgrade qualifications of HEI personnel during this opportune time||Increase the availability of quality graduate programs|
|Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) may nominate TEACHING & NON-TEACHING PERSONNEL who meet the following eligibility criteria:
||Sending HEIs are requested to notify their prospective nominees to prepare the CLEAR COPIES of the following documents prior to the nomination period:
Note: The copy of the requirements listed above shall be scanned and uploaded through the Online Nomination portal.
Process of Application
Nomination Quick Guide
CHED Memorandum Order
CMO No. 3, 36 s. of 2016, CMO No. 4, s. of 2017
Guidelines on Scholarships for Graduate Studies – Local for Higher Education Institution (HEI) Teaching and Non-Teaching Personnel Under the K to 12 Transition Program
CMO No. 3, s. of 2016
Guidelines on Graduate Education Scholarships for Faculty and Staff in the K to 12 Transition Period
CMO No. 36, s. of 2016
Amendments to CMO no. 3, s. 2016, Guidelines on Graduate Education Scholarships for Faculty and Staff Development in the K to 12 Transition Period
CMO no. 4, s. 2017
Further Amendments to Ched Memorandum Order No. 3, Series of 2016 as Amended by Cmo No. 36, s. 2016: “Guidelines on Scholarships for Graduate Studies – Local for Higher Education Institution (Hei) Teaching and Non-teaching Personnel Under The K to 12 Transition Program”