Columban College

Olongapo City, Zambales
Application
Application for 2nd sem AY 2015/16 Bachelor's programs Will open Oct 2015
Master's programs Will open Oct 1, 2015
Doctorate programs Will open Oct 1, 2015
Tuition fees
Bachelor's degree ₱ 46,000-50,000 per year
Master's degree ₱ 18,500-32,000 per year
Type of school: Private College
Religious affiliation: Nonsectarian
Gender admission: Men & Women
Term type: Semester
Entrance exam: Required
Total enrollment (AY 2013/14): 3,600 students
Website: www.columban.edu.ph

COURSES OFFERED AT COLUMBAN COLLEGE:



LOCATION

Address:
Columban College
No.1 Mt. Apo St., New Asinan, Olongapo City 2200, Zambales, Philippines



SCHOLARSHIPS AT COLUMBAN COLLEGE:

1. ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS

Valedictorians from all duly accredited High Schools in the Philippines are entitled to free tuition for one (1) year and salutatorians, one (1) semester; corresponding certificates issued by the High School Principal must be presented upon enrollment. These students however, have to pay the miscellaneous fees prescribed for the course.

Scholarship for valedictorians and salutatorians may be renewed at the start of every semester provided that the student:

• maintains a general weighted average of not less than 1.75 every semester,

• does not get a grade lower than 2.0 on any academic subject,

• is enrolled with not less that 18 units, excluding Theology subjects on that particular semester.

Free tuition will be granted each semester to the highest ranking student each curriculum year, provided that the student:

• maintains a general weighted average of not less than 1.75 every semester,

• does not get a grade lower than 2.0 on any academic subject,

• is enrolled with not less that 18 units, excluding Theology subjects on that particular semester.

The average is computed at the end of each semester and the scholarship is applied to the student to the subsequent school term. PE and NSTP are excluded in the computations.

2. CATECHETICAL SCHOLARSHIPS

For religious and values education students.

3. WORKING STUDENTS (Student Grantees)

The school gives scholarship to poor but deserving students under the Student Assistance Program.
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