Filipinos are indeed fond of learning. Two years for pre-school, six years for elementary, four years for high school, and four to ten years for college – the base of education could be bitter, devoting years for school and increasing fees as the year level goes up, but the top of education is always sweet. So to give good education but lack funds, there are scholarship program offered as follows by Metrobank:
• Boysen being a long-time valued client of Metrobank integrate their intention to help youth to reach their dreams by giving a scholarship program for college level, mostly incoming sophomore architecture student. The school they are open for are University of the Philippines (UP Diliman) and University of Santo Tomas (UST). Sign an MFBI application form with documentary requirements (Birth certificate, TOR, Latest Income Tax Return of parents, Certificate of Enrollment, notarized affidavit ensuring the applicant is not a recipient of any major scholarship, award certificate, medical certificate, and certificate of good moral character) and submit to the respective office.
• Metrobank is also partnered with Fluor Inc. – the world’s leading publicly traded engineering, procurement, construction, maintenance and project companies which also have scholarship program for freshmen but focuses more on Engineering students striving for the school Adamson University, Technological University of the Philippines, University of the East, University of the Philippines, and University of Santo Tomas requiring cumulative high school grade point average not lower than 85%, with total annual family income not exceeding P250,000 for a family of five, Filipino citizen, not a recipient of any major scholarship aid, medical certificate, certificate of good moral character to be submitted in the school.
Credits to Metrobank’s official website and for more info, contact any Metrobank branches!