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.
Nominations for A.Y. 2017-2018 are now closed.
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”
CMO no 13, s. 2020
Interim Policy on Documentary Submissions and Mitigation Measures for the SGS-L During the COVID-19 Pandemic