Bataan Peninsula State U open for enrollees till March 20

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  • Jose Mari M. G.
  • 8 years ago

BALANGA CITY, Bataan – Students who aim to get into the province’s biggest tertiary academe, the Bataan Peninsula State University (BPSU), have until March 20 to file

their application. The filing of application, which started November 24 last year, will run until March from Monday to Saturday. The exams will take place from February 21 to March 2, and results of the BPSU-College Admissions Test (CAT) will be posted on April 14.

BPSU said in a statement that applicants must qualify through the BPSU-CAT in order to

enroll at the course they want to pursue. “Aside from the student’s performance in BPSU-CAT, the university also considers the high school grades in the computation of the college admission result,” it stated. Interested applicants may get the application forms from the Office of Admission.

For the application to be processed, the following requirements must be submitted: certified

photocopy of latest Form 138 (report card) or certification of grades from the school principal; correctly and completely accomplished BPSU-CAT Form S-001A; certificate of good moral character; two recent passport size (1½” X 2”) identical photographs; and a non-refundable application fee; P250 for Filipinos, and $50 for resident foreign applicants (supported by Immigrant Certificate of Residence or Natural Born Certificate of Residence), as well as for non-resident foreign applicants.

Other requirements include: for BS Nursing applicants (no physical defect, tattoo, piercing); for BS Hotel and Restaurant Management (male, at least 5 feet and 2 inches tall/female, at least 5 feet tall); and for Diploma in Engineering Technology (must be mathematically inclined). For transferees, they must submit their Summary/Certificate of Grades and course descriptions of subjects from their previous school.

For queries, please contact: Office of VP for Student Affairs (047 237-3221); Admission Offices -Main (237-6450); Balanga (237-2633); Orani (638-1617); Abucay (612-2180); and Dinalupihan (481-1765).

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