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2019 Quezon City Scholarship and Youth Development Program

The Quezon City Scholarship and Youth Development Program (QC-SYDP) is pleased to announce that the APPLICATION FOR SCHOLARSHIP for AY 2019-2020 will start on MARCH 25, 2019 UNTIL MAY 17, 2019.

The Quezon City Scholarship and Youth Development Program (QC-SYDP) offers the following scholarship programs:

Scholarship CategoryQualificationsScholarship Grant
Senior HighSchool (SHS) ScholarshipTop Three (3) Grade 10 completers of QC Public Secondary Schools

Grade 10 completers from Quezon City Public Secondary Schools who received national or international recognition in non-academic endeavors duly recognized by the Department of Education and/or the Quezon City local government

New Graduate

Quezon City Resident
Tuition Fee – 8,000.00/year

Stipend/Allowance- 3,000.00/year
Academic Scholarship (Tertiary Scholarship)Valedictorian/Salutatorian (Rank 1 to 2) graduates of Quezon City Public High Schools offering Senior High School

New Graduate

Quezon City Resident
Tuition Fee – 80,000.00/year

Stipend/Allowance- 20,000.00/year
Academic Scholarship (Tertiary Scholarship)1st-8th Honorable Mention (Rank 3 to 10) graduates of Quezon City Public High Schools offering Senior High School

New Graduate

Quezon City Resident
Tuition Fee – 30,000.00/year

Stipend/Allowance – 10,000.00/year
Economic Scholarship (Tertiary Scholarship)Quezon City Public Senior High School graduate with atleast 80% general weighted average

College Undergraduate

The student must belong to the following:

– Indigent families
– Displaced/relocated
families due to demolition and environmental hazards and danger zones
– Vulnerable and marginalized sectors such as PWD, kasambahay, ALS graduate, solo parent and Children in Conflict with the Law.
Tuition Fee – 8,000.00/year

Stipend/Allowance – 3,000.00/year
Financial assistance for Non-Collegiate/ Non-Academic CoursesQuezon City Resident

Indigent

Displaced/relocated families due to demolition and environmental hazards and danger zones

Vulnerable and marginalized sectors such as PWD, kasambahay, ALS graduate, solo parent and Children in Conflict with the Law.

Secondary education graduates and college undergraduates who wanted to continue and pursue technical vocational education and skills development trainings
Tuition Fee – 4,000.00

Stipend/Allowance – 1,500.00

Interested applicants are advised to personally apply at our office located at 7th Floor Civic Center Building A, Quezon City Hall Compound, Quezon City.

For inquiries, you may contact us thru 988-4242 local 8738. APPLY NOW!

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