Undergraduates (incoming freshmen), foreign students and transferees

Students in a classroom of the APEC Communications Building, UA&P

There are two ways by which you can apply for admission. You may now go online or you may download the forms.

Applying online:

  • Sign up for an account in the UA&P Online Application site. Once you’re given access to the application form, fill out all the necessary information. When you’re done, click Save. An applicant number will be generated for you.
  • Download and print the (1) Secondary School Record form and the (2) Guidance Counselor Recommendation.
  • Give the forms to the persons concerned and retrieve it from them (it should be enclosed in a sealed envelope) once it is accomplished.
  • Submit these two forms together with your applicant number to the Admissions Office.
  • Pay the application fee, you will be issued an exam permit.

If you choose to download the forms:

Application process for undergraduates (incoming freshmen), Senior high School, foreign students and transferees

1. Download and submit the accomplished application form and other requirements to the Admissions Office. Secure and fill out the Applicant Information Slip. (Note: While inside the UA&P campus, please observe the proper dress code–no sleeveless shirts, shorts and skirts above the knee.)

2. Submit Applicant Information Slip to the cashier at the Financial Management and Reporting (FMR) group, 2nd floor, College of Arts and Sciences Building. Pay the admissions processing fee.

  • For students from local private schools: Php 600.00
  • For students from local public schools: Php 250.00
  • For students from foreign schools: US $ 50.00

Applicants from public schools should present their student’s ID to the cashier.

3. Go to the Admissions Office to present your Official Receipt and get your test permit. The College Entrance Exam (CEE) testing date and time will be indicated in your test permit.

4. Take the CEE. Present your test permit. Latecomers will not be permitted to take the exam. Requests for a re-scheduling of the entrance exam are allowed, but are not encouraged. A Php 300.00 deferment fee will be charged, regardless of the reason given.

5. For EM applicants: Wait for a notice regarding an interview. The Admissions Office will inform you of the personal or panel interview schedule not later than 60 days after your exam date. You will be notified through any of the following: school’s guidance counselor, home telephone, mobile phone, email or courier.

6. The list of the accepted applicants will be posted at the UA&P website www.uap.asia and at the Admissions Bulletin Board located at the Ground Floor, CAS Building, UA&P campus.

7. Acceptance letters will be sent to the applicant by registered mail or courier service. If you do not receive your letter by the first week of March, please inquire immediately from the Admissions Office at telephone number 634-2809 (telefax) or 637-0912 local 321 or 310.

8. For admitted applicants: read carefully the attachments to your acceptance letter (instructions for Incoming Freshmen, Schedule of Fees, and the Confirmation Fee Slip). The date for enrollment will be indicated in your acceptance letter.

9. Prepare these documents for enrollment:

  • Form 138 (Original senior report card)
  • Form 137 (Transcript of Records, if available at the time of enrollment)

Required Documents (for undergraduates)

  • Accomplished application form.
  • Secondary school record (enclosed in a sealed envelope; have the flap signed by the School Registrar.)
  • Recommendation form (enclosed in a sealed envelope; have the flap signed by the Principal or Guidance Counselor.)
  • Personal essay (typewritten on short bond paper) that conveys interests (visual/theater arts, sports, music, gourmet cooking, etc.); accomplishments; family, educational, entrepreneurial, and social experiences; future goals; strengths, weaknesses and potentials that positively contribute to the development of the University (maximum of 250 words).
  • Parents’ information sheet — for Entrepreneurial Management Program applicants only.
  • Three 2″ x 2″ identical pictures (one for the application form and one for the exam permit)
  • Accomplished scholarship / financial aid application and recommendation form for those applying for grants.
  • Photocopy of NSO-authenticated Birth Certificate

Note: All credentials, including the application form submitted to the University Admissions Office become property of the school. They will not be returned to the applicant.

Required Documents (for Senior High School/ 6-Year Integrated Program)

  • Accomplished application form.
  • School record (enclosed in a sealed envelope; have the flap signed by the School Registrar.)
  • Recommendation form (enclosed in a sealed envelope; have the flap signed by the Principal or Guidance Counselor.)
  • Personal essay –on a short bond paper, write an essay which captures a snapshot of yourself (interests, accomplishments, experiences, dreams (maximum of 250 words).
  • Three 2″ x 2″ identical pictures (one for the application form and one for the exam permit)
  • Photocopy of NSO-authenticated Birth Certificate
  • Accomplished scholarship / financial aid application and recommendation form for those applying for grants.

Note: All credentials, including the application form submitted to the University Admissions Office become property of the school. They will not be returned to the applicant.

Required Documents (for foreign students)

  • Accomplished application form.
  • Photocopy of birth certificate
  • Photocopy of passport
  • Photocopy of Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR)
  • Three 2″ x 2″ identical pictures (one for the application form and one for the exam permit)
  • Official secondary school transcript of records
  • Accomplished recommendation form from the applicant’s guidance counselor
  • Personal essay (typewritten on short bond paper) that conveys interests (visual/theater arts, sports, music, gourmet cooking, etc.); accomplishments; family, educational, entrepreneurial, and social experiences; future goals; strengths, weaknesses and potentials that positively contribute to the development of the University (maximum of 250 words).

Note: Please make sure to complete all the requirements in order to facilitate the processing of your application. The applicant should apply for a Student Visa at the Philippine Embassy or consulate only after receiving the official letter of acceptance from the University. Inquiries may be made at the Embassy regarding a Student Visa. All credentials, including the application form submitted to the University Admissions Office, become property of the school. They will not be returned to the applicant.

Required Documents (for transferees)

Note: The University accepts transfer students from other universities and colleges accredited by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) who are willing to start again as freshmen.

For evaluation prior to application: Certified true copy of grades from the last school attended. The General Weighted Average should be 2.0 or higher and a minimum of 30 units should have been taken. If the transferee meets the requirements, he or she will be advised to proceed with the application. The following documents should then be submitted.

  • Accomplished application form.
  • 2 letters of recommendation from professors or teachers who know the transferee well.
  • Original transcript of records.
  • Three 2″ x 2″ identical pictures (one for the application form and one for the exam permit).
  • Photocopy of NSO-authenticated birth certificate.
  • Certificate of good moral character.

Note: Please make sure to complete all the requirements in order to facilitate the processing of your application.

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