The following documents should be submitted directly to the respective college offering the intended program.
1. Official transcript of academic record of undergraduate work (and graduate work, if any) – one original and two photocopies
For evaluation purposes, photocopies of records may be accepted provided they are properly authenticated (in the case of foreign applicants, by the Department of Education or by duly designated authorities in the country of the applicant). Final admission will be subject to verification of documents submitted against the original copies of credentials. Certified English translations should also be submitted, where necessary.
Applications accompanied by photocopies of academic records not properly authenticated will not be processed.
2. Two written recommendations from former professors or experts in the field;
3. Duly accomplished application for admission form, including two (2) passport-size photographs;
4. Marriage contract (for married women applicants);
5. Certification of English/Filipino language proficiency;
6. A non-refundable application fee (minimum of P100 for Filipino citizens, P200 for resident aliens, and US$25 for non-resident aliens, depending on the college).
Credentials filed in support of the application become the property of the University of the Philippines and will not be returned to the applicant.
All applications must be received on or before February 15 for those enrolling in the first semester and on or before July 30 for those enrolling in the second semester. Some colleges may set a different deadline for filing.