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Formal Education – Local Scholarship

Selection Criteria for GRANTEEs

  1. The candidate must be a permanent full-time faculty member of Mapúa. He must have an equivalent Faculty Performance Evaluation Rating of at least “very good”.
  2. He manifests institutional loyalty and is willing to sign a service contract with Mapúa which will commence after graduation/completion of the degree program.
  3. He has potential for teaching, research, extension, or administrative work.
  4. He must have qualified for admission on the Accredited Universities and its corresponding accredited doctoral program (Table 1).
  5. He must provide the following requirements and must be submitted to his dean/subject chair:
    • Letter of Intent addressed to his dean/subject chair.
    • Duly accomplished Scholar’s Data Sheet/Application Form (Form A)
    • Letter of Acceptance from the Accredited Colleges and Universities.
    • Degree Program Curriculum Checklist
    • Proposed Dissertation Topic and Study Plan

Administration of the Scholarship Program

  1. The scholarship program shall be administered by the respective Deans/Subject Chairs and coordinated with the Faculty Development Office (FDO) for the Executive Vice-President for Academic Affairs (EVPAA).
  2. The respective Deans/Subject Chairs shall screen the candidates based on the given selection criteria for scholarship grantee’s.
  3. The Deans/Subject Chairs shall ensure that the appropriate budget has been allocated for the qualified candidates.
  4. The Deans/Subject Chairs shall then forward the applicant’s requirements together with his recommendation letter for scholarship to the EVPAA, thru the FDO.
  5. The EVPAA shall then endorse the nominees to the President for final approval.
  6. The grantee’s performance shall be monitored by the FDO and reported to the EVPAA.
  7. Non-Mapúa or “faculty-initiated” scholarships, e.g. FAPE, CHED, must be coursed through the office of the Deans/Subject Chairs, then to the EVPAA thru the FDO, who then endorses such to the President for final approval.
  8. Faculty members are allowed to simultaneously enjoy the financial support provided by the Dean’s Council Scholarship and any private or government scholarship, e.g. ERDT-DOST and CHED.

Selection of Degree Program and Training Institution

  1. The post-graduate program being applied for shall be an accredited program offered by the Local and Foreign Accredited Universities (Table 1). It shall be the same/continuation or is closely related with his Masteral Degree; or one which is related to the position he may occupy upon finishing the degree; or part of the development plan of the school/department.

Duties and Responsibilities of the GRANTEE

  1. The grantee shall submit to MAPÚA copy of grades, progress/accomplishment reports after each and every term, together with original copies of the transcript of records, certificates/diploma received upon completion of the program, and other documents as may be required by MAPÚA.
  2. The grantee shall meet the academic standards set by the university he is enrolled in.
  3. The grantee shall carry the academic load indicated in his program of study.
  4. The grantee shall complete the doctoral program within the approved duration of the scholarship grant.
  5. The grantee shall periodically update the EVPAA thru the FDO, and the concerned Dean/Subject Chair, the status/progress of his study. The grantee shall submit the following:
    • Copy of grades every term/semester
    • Progress/Accomplishment report – to be submitted within two weeks from the start of the succeeding term/semester
    • Certificate of Graduation or equivalent – not later than 1 month upon completion of the degree program
    • Transcript of Records and Diploma upon graduation
      Other pertinent documents as may be required

Scholarship Privileges

  1. Reimbursable tuition/matriculation fees and other standard school fees
  2. De-loading during Coursework and Dissertation Writing
    • A grantee may be given de-loading up to 15 units depending on the recommendation of the respective Deans/Subject Chairs and approval of the EVPAA. A salary equivalent to the total units of teaching and study load not to exceed 15 units. The grantee shall submit proof of residency to the EVPAA thru FDO.
    • A grantee with a de-loading of 15units will no longer be allowed to take teaching overload.
    • Book Allowance

      • Reimbursable book expenses not to exceed Php 4,500.00 per semester or Php 9,000.00 per year
        Reimbursement of Photocopied materials is allowed provided with official receipts.
      • Books must be purchased through the Purchasing department. A grantee shall submit the details of the book/s to FDO at least one month before the target usage. FDO will process the acquiring of the requested book/s and will update the grantee once available.
      • In case wherein requested book/s cannot be produced by Purchasing Department within the target usage, the grantee may seek approval from the EVPAA and Accounting before he may be allowed to purchase personally and then reimburse afterwards. During the reimbursement process, the approved letter must be supported with a Reimbursement Form, summary of book/s and receipts payable to “Malayan Colleges Inc.”

        Dissertation Grant (may be given on a case-to-case basis)
        Reimbursable dissertation expenses not to exceed Php 50,000.00 per doctoral student

      Expenses allowed for reimbursement include:

      • travel to a research site, expenses to attend a conference or professional meeting (travel, hotel, fees),
      • purchase of books, costs related to photocopying of materials,
      • software/computer supplies/computer time,
      • Research supplies (e.g., audio/video tapes, chemicals, inexpensive electronic storage media, etc.),
      • Photographic supplies and professional journal reprints,
      • Honoraria of individuals (such as coders, study participants, etc.)
      • Purchasing of permanent equipment (computer hardware, cameras, etc.) which will be used during experiments and simulation. Upon completion of the program, this equipment shall be properly returned to Mapua and will become its property.

      Rules for Reimbursement

      • A grantee may submit a request for dissertation budget as soon as the dissertation proposal has been accepted in his Institution. Proof of acceptance for dissertation proposal must be provided.
      • A grantee must initially pay for all dissertation expenses out of his personal pocket. Only the expenses above which incurred during the experiments/researches related to dissertation are allowed for reimbursement. Budget requests related to honoraria of individuals (such as coders, study participants, etc.) must be discussed with the Faculty Development Officer during the submission of the request for dissertation budget.
        • During the reimbursement process, the approved Dissertation Budget Request must be supported with a Reimbursement Form, summary of book/s and receipts payable to “Malayan Colleges Inc.” Original receipts must be enclosed into separate bond papers (letter size) with descriptions pertaining to the expenses.

        A grantee who finishes his Doctoral Program will be provided with a Research Grant of no more than P300,000 by the Office of Research Promotion and Coordination (ORPC) upon submission of a complete research with line item budget and subject to availability of approved budget and accounting procedure for disbursement, liquidation and reporting


Duration of Scholarship

  1. Each scholar shall be given an initial scholarship grant for three (3) years. Request for extensions are subject for approval of the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs.

Scholarship Extension

  1. Upon completion of the course work and while doing his dissertation paper, the grantee may apply for an extension of his scholarship grant provided that if (i) such extension shall be at no cost to Mapua, he will not be entitled to additional benefits and support, (ii) such extension will only mean request for non-interruption of service to Mapua and without any additional support related to his Scholarship, the equivalent return service is one quarter for every quarter or a fraction thereof, (iii) such extension shall be at cost to Mapua, it will be entitled to additional benefits/support.
  2. To apply for an extension, he must prepare a request letter where he shall justify his reason/s for the extension request with attachments of supporting documents such as progress report, copy of grades, study plan, etc. Such letter must be recommended by the Deans/Subject Chairs, Dissertation Adviser/s and Faculty Development Officer which will be approved by the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs.
  3. During the no-cost extension, the grantee may be given teaching load, subject to availability of teaching load at MAPÚA, while he is completing his Dissertation paper.
  4. Only the approved extension without any cost to Mapua will not be counted for purposes of computing the return service required. In such case, compliance with the return service shall commence from the quarter term following the expiration of the no-cost extension up to the date of completion.
  5. Request for extension shall be for a period not exceeding one (1) calendar year at a time. Extensions must not exceed more than two (2) years.

Deferment of Enrollment/Dissertation

  1. Deferment of enrollment shall not be allowed except for the following reasons:
    • Sickness/poor health, where grant is already ongoing, duly certified by a physician
    • Maternity leave
    • Other justifiable reasons acceptable by Mapúa, depending on the discretion of the Academic Council
  2. In no case shall a grantee be allowed to defer his ongoing scholarship to participate in a non-degree training program.
  3. The grantee shall be allowed to defer the use of his Dissertation Grant, which may be included in the budget of the following year. Non-consumption of the budget for two (2) consecutive years shall mean non-inclusion of the said budget item in the succeeding years.
  4. The EVPAA through the Faculty Development Office shall have the right to re-align unused Formal Education Budget (provided approved by Accounting), resulting from an approved deferment of enrolment/dissertation work, to other requirements related to Dean’s Council Scholarship.

Termination of Scholarship

  1. Scholarship grants shall be terminated under the following conditions:
    • The grantee fails to meet the academic standards set by the school where he is enrolled in.
    • The grantee willfully fails to comply with the academic load indicated in his program of study
    • The grantee fails to finish the degree within the prescribed scholarship time frame
    • The grantee commits gross misconduct as stipulated in the rules and regulations of Mapúa and of the school where he in enrolled in
    • Other justifiable grounds which contribute to the inability of the grantee to finish the degree program or to abide by duties and obligations of the grantee under the terms of the scholarship
      • Hence, if the scholarship is terminated because of the above, payback conditions will apply.

Service Contract

  1. In consideration of the opportunity for growth and learning accorded to him/her by virtue of the training program, the grantee shall render to MAPÚA a return service of full time teaching equivalent to one (1) year for every year or a fraction thereof.
  2. The number of “years of scholarship” shall be reckoned from the date the grantee was first given Scholarship support. Rendition of “return service” on the other hand, is reckoned from the date the grantee resumed full-time teaching (for Faculty Members) while full-time administrative position (for Admin) following completion and conferment of his PhD degree. Any period rendered by grantee prior to completion or conferment of his PhD degree shall not be considered as service returned. All leave of absences shall be included except for those accepted under section 4.8.

Playback Conditions

  1. In cases of willful abandonment of the scholarship, non-compliance with the terms and conditions stipulated of the Scholarship/Training Contract and if the scholarship is terminated under the conditions set forth, the grantee shall reimburse to Mapúa the total assistance given to him, plus interest at prevailing rates computed from the actual date of disbursement, the whole amount being due within 6 months.
  2. Grantee’s who do not serve Mapúa for the full matching service component after completion of their degree programs, shall be made to pay back all salary and financial benefits received, including cost of training in connection with the grant, plus interest at prevailing rates computed from the actual date of disbursement, the whole amount being due within 6 months. This will also apply for the non-completion of program.

Formal Education – Foreign Scholarship with External Funding

Selection Criteria for GRANTEEs

  1. The candidate must be a permanent full-time faculty member of Mapúa. He must have an equivalent Faculty Performance Evaluation Rating of at least “very good”.
  2. He manifests institutional loyalty and is willing to sign a service contract with Mapúa which will commence after graduation/completion of the degree program.
  3. He has potential for teaching, research, extension, or administrative work.
  4. He must have qualified for Admission and Scholarship from the Accredited Colleges and Universities (Table 1).
  5. He must provide the following requirements and must be submitted to his dean/subject chair:
    • Letter of Intent addressed to his dean/subject chair.
    • Duly accomplished Scholar’s Data Sheet/Application Form (Form A)
    • Letter of Acceptance from the Accredited Colleges and Universities.
    • Degree Program Curriculum Checklist
    • Proposed Dissertation Topic and Study Plan
    • Dissertation Topic and Study Plan

Administration of the Scholarship Program

  1. The scholarship program shall be administered by the respective Deans/Subject Chairs and coordinated with the Faculty Development Office (FDO) for the Executive Vice-President for Academic Affairs (EVPAA).
  2. The respective Deans/Subject Chairs shall screen the candidates based on the given selection criteria for foreign scholarship/training.
  3. The Deans/Subject Chairs shall ensure that an appropriate budget has been provided for the qualified candidates.
  4. Once the candidate accomplished and forwarded the requirements (under 5.1.5), the Deans/Subject Chairs shall then forward their nominations for scholarship (with the supporting documents) to the EVPAA, thru the FDO, not later than six months before the deadline set by the foreign scholarship/training funding agency.
  5. The EVPAA shall then endorse the nominees to the President for final approval.
  6. Upon the President’s approval, the applicant in coordination with the FDO, shall forward all the necessary papers to the funding agency.
  7. Upon receipt of the notice of acceptance from the funding agency, the applicant prepares his travel documents in coordination with the FDO.
  8. The grantee’s academic performance shall be monitored by the FDO, and reported to the EVPAA at the end of each term.

Duties and Responsibilities of the GRANTEE

  1. The grantee shall meet the academic standards set by the university he is enrolled in and shall carry the academic load indicated in his program of study.
  2. The grantee shall complete the doctoral program within the approved duration of the scholarship grant.
  3. Take full academic load per semester/term.
  4. Upon completion of the program, render the required number of years of return service to Mapua as full-time faculty corresponding to the duration of his training.
  5. The grantee shall periodically update the EVPAA thru the FDO, and the concerned Dean/Subject Chair, the status/progress of his study. The grantee shall submit the following:
    • Copy of grades every term/semester
    • Progress/Accomplishment report – to be submitted within two weeks from the start of the succeeding term/semester
    • Certificate of Graduation or equivalent – not later than 1 month upon completion of the degree program
    • Transcript of Records and Diploma upon graduation
      Other pertinent documents as may be required

Scholarship Privileges

  1. Full salary equivalent to 15 units teaching load for the duration of the scholarship/training including bonuses and 13th month pay
  2. Clothing Subsidy of Php 1,500/month with winter period. For those studying in Taiwan, a grantee will only be given allowance for the months of January, February, March, and December.
  3. Two-way transportation expenses (airfare or transfer costs) if these are not provided by the funding agency
  4. Visa processing fee
  5. Book Allowance
                   Reimbursable book expenses not to exceed
                   Php 4,500.00 per semester or Php 9,000.00 per year
  6. Dissertation Grant (may be given on a case-to-case basis)
                   Reimbursable dissertation expenses not to exceed
                   Php 50,000.00 per doctoral student

            Expenses allowed for reimbursement include:
    1. Travel to a research site, expenses to attend a conference or professional meeting (travel, hotel, fees),
    2. Purchase of books, costs related to photocopying of materials,
    3. Software/computer supplies/computer time,
    4. Research supplies (e.g., audio/video tapes, chemicals, inexpensive electronic storage media, etc.),
    5. Photographic supplies and professional journal reprints,
    6. Honoraria of individuals (such as coders, study participants, etc.)
    7. Purchasing of permanent equipment (computer hardware, cameras, etc.) will not be allowed to be reimbursed

            Rules for Reimbursement*
    1. A grantee may submit a request for dissertation budget as soon as the dissertation proposal has been accepted in his Institution. Proof of acceptance for dissertation proposal must be provided.
    2. A grantee must initially pay for all dissertation expenses out of his personal pocket. Only the expenses above which incurred during the experiments/researches related to dissertation are allowed for reimbursement. Budget requests related to honoraria of individuals (such as coders, study participants, etc.) must be discussed with the Faculty Development Officer during the submission of the request for dissertation budget.
    3. During the reimbursement process, the approved Dissertation Budget Request must be supported with a Reimbursement Form, summary of book/s and receipts payable to “Malayan Colleges Inc.” Original receipts must be enclosed into separate bond papers (letter size) with descriptions pertaining to the expenses.
  7. Health/Medical Accident insurance
  8. Alien Residence Certificate (for grantee’s studying in Taiwan)

    The fund needed to finance the above-cited entitlements and benefits shall be drawn from the faculty development budget of each school/department.

    A grantee who finishes his Doctoral Program will be provided with a Research Grant of no more than P300,000 by the Office Of Research Promotion and Coordination (ORPC) upon submission of a complete research proposal with line item budget and subject to availability of approved budget and accounting procedure for disbursement, liquidation and reporting.


Scholarship Extension

  1. Upon completion of the course work and while doing his dissertation paper, the grantee may apply for an extension of his scholarship grant provided that if (i) such extension shall be at no cost to Mapua, he will not be entitled to additional benefits and support, (ii) such extension will only mean request for non-interruption of service to Mapua and without any additional support related to his Scholarship, the equivalent return service is one quarter for every quarter or a fraction thereof, (iii) such extension shall be at cost to Mapua, it will be entitled to additional benefits/support.
  2. To apply for an extension, he must prepare a request letter where he shall justify his reason/s for the extension request with attachments of supporting documents such as progress report, copy of grades, study plan, etc. Such letter must be recommended by the Deans/Subject Chairs, Dissertation Adviser/s and Faculty Development Officer which will be approved by the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs.
  3. During the no-cost extension, the grantee may be given teaching load, subject to availability of teaching load at MAPÚA, while he is completing his Dissertation paper.
  4. Only the approved extension without any cost to Mapua will not be counted for purposes of computing the return service required. In such case, compliance with the return service shall commence from the quarter term following the expiration of the no-cost extension up to the date of completion.
  5. Request for extension shall be for a period not exceeding one (1) calendar year at a time. Extensions must not exceed more than two (2) years.

Termination of Scholarship

  1. The grantee fails to meet the academic standards set by the foreign school/sponsor.
  2. The grantee willfully fails to comply with the academic load indicated in his program of study.
  3. The grantee fails to finish the degree/training within the approved scholarship/training time frame
  4. The grantee commits gross misconduct as stipulated in the rules and regulations of Mapúa and of the sponsoring institution
  5. Other justifiable grounds which contribute to the inability of the grantee to finish the degree program/training or to abide by the duties and obligations of the grantee under the terms of the scholarship
  6. If the scholarship is terminated because of the above, payback conditions will apply.

Deferment of Enrollment/Dissertation

  1. Deferment of enrollment shall not be allowed except for the following reasons:
    • Sickness/poor health, where grant is already ongoing, duly certified by a physician
    • Maternity leave
    • Other justifiable reasons acceptable by Mapúa, depending on the discretion of the Academic Council
  2. In no case shall a grantee be allowed to defer his ongoing scholarship to participate in a non-degree training program.
  3. The grantee shall be allowed to defer the use of his Dissertation Grant, which may be included in the budget of the following year. Non-consumption of the budget for two (2) consecutive years shall mean non-inclusion of the said budget item in the succeeding years.
  4. The EVPAA through the Faculty Development Office shall have the right to re-align unused Formal Education Budget (provided approved by Accounting), resulting from an approved deferment of enrolment/dissertation work, to other requirements related to Dean’s Council Scholarship.

Service Contract

  1. Return service to Mapúa shall be rendered by the grantee equivalent to the length of time that he enjoyed the scholarship/training – two years of service for every year of scholarship/training or a fraction thereof.
  2. The counting of the number of required return service shall start from the first enrollment of the grantee upon admission into the doctoral program and will end on the date of completion.
  3. The counting of the number of rendered return service shall start on the semester/quarter term a grantee was given a teaching load upon completion of his program until the day he will reimburse the expenses.

Playback Conditions

  1. In cases of willful abandonment of the scholarship/training, non-compliance with the terms and conditions stipulated in the Scholarship/Training Contract, the scholarship is terminated under the conditions set forth, the grantee shall reimburse to Mapua the total assistance given to him/her, plus interest at prevailing rates computed from the actual date of disbursement, the whole amount being due within 6 months.
  2. Grantee’s who do not serve Mapúa for the full matching service component after completion of their degrees/training shall be made to pay back all salary and financial benefits received, including cost of training in connection with the grant, plus interest at prevailing rates computed from the actual date of disbursement, the whole amount being due within 6 months. This will also apply on the non-completion of the program.

Applying for De-Loading Stipend

  1. The Dean/Subject Chair shall ensure that an appropriate budget is provided to qualified grantee.
  2. The grantee shall apply for de-loading not later than one week before the start of each quarter term.
  3. The grantee shall submit the duly filled out the Request for de-loading Stipend Form provided by the FDO (Form C). He shall attach proof of current enrollment such as CM or registration form or certificate of residency when the grantee is currently doing his dissertation. The Dean/Subject Chair shall endorse the same to the FDO.
  4. The FDO shall verify and approve the request. The request shall be noted by the EVPAA.
  5. The FDO shall prepare the Request for Check Form, duly noted by the EVPAA. The request shall be duplicated:
    1. FDO receiving copy
    2. Accounting copy
  6. The FDO shall forward the Request for Check Form to the Accounting Office for processing and budget approval.
  7. The Accounting Office thru the Budget Manager shall update the FDO on the status of the request. FDO shall in turn update the grantee on the status of the same.

Applying for Reimbursement

  1. The Dean/Subject Chair shall ensure that appropriate budget is provided to qualified grantees.
  2. The grantee shall fill-out and submit the Request for Reimbursement Form (Form D) provided by FDO duly endorsed by the Dean/Subject Chair.
  3. For tuition and school fees reimbursement, the grantee shall submit to the FDO proof of current enrollment such as CM or registration form showing the amount paid. For Book, Thesis/Dissertation allowances, the grantee shall submit original receipts (sold to Malayan Colleges Inc.). The rules for reimbursement of Dissertation Grant for both Local and Foreign Studies must be followed.
  4. FDO shall verify and approve the request and noted by the EVPAA.
  5. The FDO shall prepare the Request for Check Form, duly noted by the EVPAA. The request shall be duplicated:
    1. FDO receiving copy
    2. Accounting copy
  6. Once approved, the FDO shall inform the respective scholar/school about the approval the scholar/school shall forward the Request for Check Form to the Accounting Office for processing and budget approval.
  7. The FDO shall follow-up status of the request from the Accounting Office shall in turn update the respective scholar/school.

No Cost De-Loading

  1. A probationary faculty member who would like to pursue relevant and related full-time doctoral work and who has served the Institute for at least four quarters of full-time teaching and has shown satisfactory performance may apply for a no-cost de-loading. The doctoral degree can be considered as equivalent to the remaining number of quarters of full-time service required for permanency.
  2. All applications for the no-cost de-loading scheme must be submitted by the applicant on his last quarter of teaching, and should be approved by the Dean or Subject Chair, the Faculty Ranking and Promotions Board, the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, and the President. As other factors will be considered later, the approval is not a guarantee for permanency.
  3. Only related and relevant doctoral programs, to be pursued in accredited institutions, will be approved.
  4. Doctoral candidates must apply for permanency one quarter before graduation or their intended return. Based on their graduate performance, applicable legal provisions, or other factors deemed vital and necessary by the Institute, the Institute has the right to reject any application for permanency.
  5. All the requisites for permanency as stated in the prevailing CBA must be satisfied.
  6. The change in status of the applicant, from probationary to permanent, must be recommended by the Dean or Subject Chair, reviewed and recommended by the Faculty Ranking and Promotions Board, and approved by the President.
  7. If the applicant pursues full-time or part-time work in other institution after graduation, the no-cost de-loading approval will be considered void.
  8. All faculty members who are made permanent under this scheme must render the corresponding period of return service: one quarter of return service for every quarter of no-cost full-time de-loading.

List of Local Accredited Universities and their Accredited Doctoral Programs

  1. Mapúa Institute of Technology
    • Science and Engineering
      PhD in Chemistry
      PhD in Environmental Engineering
  2. De La Salle University, Manila
    • Engineering
      PhD in Chemical Engineering
      PhD in Electronics and Communications Engineering
      PhD in Industrial Engineering
      PhD in Mechanical Engineering
    • Science
      PhD in Chemistry
      PhD in Mathematics
      PhD in Physics
    • Computer Studies
      PhD in Computer Science
    • Business
      PhD in Business Administration
    • Education
      PhD in Applied Linguistics
      PhD in Counseling Psychology
      PhD in Counseling Psychology major in Clinical Psychology
      PhD in Counseling Psychology major in Industrial Psychology
      PhD in Counseling Psychology major in School Psychology
  3. Ateneo de Manila University
    • Science
      PhD Mathematics
      PhD Physics
      PhD Chemistry
    • Information Technology
      PhD in Computer Science
    • Social Science
      PhD in Psychology
      PhD Sociology
      PhD Economics
  4. University of Santo Tomas
    • English
      PhD English
    • Social Science
      PhD Economics
      PhD Psychology
    • Natural Science
      PhD Chemistry
    • Business
      PhD Business Administration
      PhD Business Management
  5. University of the Philippines - Diliman
    • Urban and Regional Planning
      PhD Urban and Regional Planning
    • Arts and Letters
      PhD English Studies
      PhD Pilipino
    • Economics
      PhD Economics
    • Business Administration
      PhD Business Administration
    • Engineering
      PhD Electrical and Electronics Engineering
      PhD Chemical Engineering
      PhD Materials Science Engineering
    • Science
      PhD Chemistry
      PhD Environmental Science
      PhD Geology
      PhD Materials Science
      PhD Mathematics
      PhD Micro Biology and Biotechnology
      PhD Physics
  6. University of the Philippines – Manila
    • Science
      PhD Biochemistry
    • Nursing
      PhD Nursing
  7. University of the Philippines – Los Baños
    • Science
      PhD Biochemistry
      PhD Microbiology
      PhD Molecular Biology and Biotechnology
      PhD Soil Science
    • Environmental Science
      PhD Environmental Science
    • Statistics
      PhD Statistics
    • Computer Science
      PhD Computer Science

List of Foreign Universities and their Accredited Doctoral Programs

  1. Chung Yuan Christian University - Taiwan
    • Engineering
      PhD in Chemistry Engineering and Materials
      PhD in Microelectronic Engineering and Applications
  2. Hanyang University
    • Science
      PhD in Chemistry

For other doctoral programs that are not included in the list but are offered by the accredited schools, the applicant may justify why he would like to take such program and submit the courses’ description to the academic council for evaluation and approval.


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