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Who are eligible to apply for Scholarship?

- Incoming freshmen who are already accepted to the JPRSM

- Incoming Level 2 or Level 3 students with good academic performance

General Requirements for Scholarship Application:

Please provide all document in PDF Format for uploading:
 Letter of Acceptance for Admission (for incoming freshmen)
 Parent's Latest Income Tax Returns or BIR-issued Certificate of Exemption
 Certificate of Residence from the Barangay or Homeowners’ Association
 Latest Proof of Billing (Electricity Bill AND Water Bill)
 Photos of Home/Permanent Residence (Front, Sides, Back, Kitchen and Living room)
 Proof of Payment of Scholarship Application Processing Fee
 Certificate from Level Coordinator indicating Rank and GWA (for upperclassmen)
 Fully accomplished Scholarship Application Form (click here)
 Pay the Non-Refundable Processing Fee: Scholarship Application Processing Fee of Php 1,000.00

Payment Options:

  1. University Finance Office (Account Code 5101-9028)
  2. Bank of the Philippine Islands
  • ATM, Internet, Telephone for BPI account holders (enrollment at branch of account isrequired)24/7
  • over the counter at any branch
  • banking hours, Mondays to Saturdays
  • account no: 9330-0016-55
  • After Payment, please accomplish form in the link below

Non-tuition Payments – All        https://forms.gle/yehiUBvfXWi1tKxF7

Additional requirements for Applicants to the CHED MSRS Program?

✅ Proof of Filipino Citizenship such as any government issued document including, but not limited, to certified true copy of Birth Certificate(PSA), PHILSYS ID, Passport

✅ Good Moral Certificate (From the Dean/DSA)

✅ Affidavit of No Existing Scholarship Grant, those who have a scholarship return service clause in their contracts (e.g., DOST) must secure a certification of deferment of return service from the concerned agency.

✅ Additional requirements for priority applications: (when applicable)

  • Member of Indigenous People or Minority Group (e.g. Manobo, Aeta, Mangyan, Tausug, Maranao, Badjao, etc.) Certification to be issued by National Commission on Indigenous Peoples [NCIP])
  • Dependent of Community Health Volunteer  (Certification to be issued by the DOH-Bureau of Local Health Systems and Development)
  • Victim of Calamities/Insurgencies (Certification to be issued by the local Risk Reduction and Management Office [LDRRMO] or Department of Social Welfare and Development [DSWD])
  • Whose Parents are suffering from chronic disease (e.g. Undergoing Dialysis, CA patients/PWD/Solo Parent) (Certification to be issued by the licensed physician)
  • Tax exemption or Tax Declaration from the BIR

 Accomplished (MSRS Form 2) Scholar’s Commitment to Render Service Obligation. This form will be available upon submission of all your documents, Prepare an additional PhP 250.00 for Notarial services

✅ Community Tax Certificate

 Prepare all MSRS requirements in 2 sets and put it in a long brown envelope. Incomplete documents will not be processed.


Note: Scholarship Application will close on: 6 June 2024 at 5:00PM


Scholarship Examination: Saturday, June 2024 1:00-3:00 PM at XUJPRSM (F2F, onsite)

Scheduled of Panel Interview: 10-22 June 2024, 1:00-5:00 PM at XUJPRSM (F2F, onsite)



All communications should be addressed to:
Scholarship Committee
Scholarship Secretariat
Xavier University Dr Jose P Rizal School of Medicine
Telephone No: (088) 583 9800 Local 9434
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Helpdesk: xuhelpdesk.xu.edu.ph/open.php
Help Topic: Admission or Enrollment
Department: School of Medicine