External Scholarships & Financial Aid Programs
Hopper-Bhatia Canada Fellowship - Institute for Philippine Culture
The Hopper-Bhatia Canada Fellowship at the Institute of Philippine Culture (IPC) is open to all Ateneo de Manila graduate students in MA/MS or PhD programs with a field research component currently working on or about to undertake a thesis or dissertation field work. The Fellowship Program provides support for Field Work and Thesis Production, as well as a Skills Enhancement program.
The research priorities of IDRC and the IPC ADMU focus on providing new insight into societal issues that require both a keen understanding of the local context and its connection to the global environment. Themes include (but are not limited to) health, technology, governance and sustainability, local communities, social capital, globalization and social change.
Fellows will be provided with up to six units of thesis related tuition and fees, along with a field research subsidy of up to CAD $1,000 or its equivalent in Philippine Pesos. The maximum amount for Field Research Subsidy and Thesis Production is the equivalent of CAD $2,100 in Philippine Pesos.
For further information, please refer to http://www.ipc-ateneo.org/content/idrc-call-applications.
Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund (SYLFF) Program
The SYLFF Program for Tomorrow’s Intellectual Leaders envisions to produce responsible citizens who can deal with social issues with a critical and constructive sense, formulate solutions for local and regional problems, and participate effectively in the country’s efforts to engage the global community.
The SYLFF program was designed for the best and brightest students with strong leadership potential. It supports outstanding, highly qualified graduate students with full one-year scholarships for Master’s, Master of Laws, PhD, or Juris Doctor degrees who are in their theses or dissertations stages, and whose research is oriented towards the social sciences and/or public policy, may apply.
The grant includes full tuition and fees subsidies including thesis writing and oral defense. A monthly living allowance for 10-12 months is also given depending on the applicant’s academic advisement.
Scholarships from the Department of Science and Technology, Philippines
Accelerated Science and Technology Human Resource Development Program-National Science Consortium (ASTHRDP-NSC)
ASTHRDP-NSC aims to provide master’s and doctoral degrees in priority S&T areas to help improve the country’s global competitiveness and capability to innovate through Science and Technology (S&T) and to accelerate the production of high-level human resources needed for Research and Development (R&D) in S&T.
CBPSME is a graduate scholarship for master's and doctorate degrees in science and mathematics education. The program aims to improve the quality of education and accelerate the development of critical mass of experts in Science and Mathematics Education.
ERDT scholarship aims to provide master’s and doctoral degrees in various engineering fields to deliver high-impact research, upgrade the qualifications of practicing engineers, and develop a culture of research and development.
United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia Faculty Scholarship Program (UBCHEA)
The United Board Faculty Scholarship Program supports promising young faculty currently employed at a college or university in the United Board network to pursue advanced degrees, taught in English, in an Asia-Pacific country outside of their own. Scholars may receive up to four years of support for doctoral programs and two years of support for master’s programs, pending satisfactory progress.
For application deadlines and other information, please visit the United Board website: https://unitedboard.org/programs/faculty-development/faculty-scholarship-program/
Scholarship for the Armed Forces of the Philippines
This is a scholarship program for officers of the Armed Forces of the Philippines with the rank of captain. Applicants have to be recommended by the Armed Forces of the Philippines and the Sapientes Milites Scholarship Foundation, Inc. and must qualify for admission in the Loyola Schools.
Successful applicants may take any of the following professional master’s degree programs: Master in Communication, Master in Economics, Master in Political Science major in Global Politics, Master in Organizational Psychology and Master in Applied Sociology and Anthropology.
The Loyola Schools provides 50% of the funds for the scholarship through the Ateneo Graduate School Scholarships. The other 50% is funded by the Office of the President, ADMU.