ADMISSIONS PROCESS

Step 1. Online Application
  • Sign up for an online account in the UA&P Online Application site. Save your login details in case you need to go back to access your online application. You may edit your online application as long as you have not submitted it.
  • Accomplish the online application form completely. Once submitted, your application status should be “Processing”.

Important: Take note of your online applicant number. This will be used for other transactions with the Admissions Office.


Step 2-A. Submission of Required Documents

Note: Incorrect forms, as well as accomplished forms (School Record Form and Guidance Counselor Recommendation Form) sent directly by the applicant, will not be accepted.

  • For college applicants with Entrepreneurial Management as their 1st or 2nd choice of course, accomplish the Entrepreneurial Management (EM) Parents’ Info Sheet.
  • For Grade 12 graduates who have not enrolled in any college or university yet, include a copy of your Grade 12 report card.
  • For scholarship applicants, submit all scholarship application requirements to scholars@uap.asia (see Scholarship Application below for the complete scholarship application process).
Step 2-B. Payment

Pay the application fee through funds transfer or OTC payment:

BPI Peso Current Account
Account Name: University of Asia and the Pacific Foundation, Inc.
Account Number: 0201041473

Unionbank Peso Current Account
Account Name: University of Asia and the Pacific Foundation, Inc.
Account Number: 000880021287

Regular Exam fees (2020 exam dates)
Local private schools – Php 600
Local public and science high schools – Php 250
Schools based abroad (including home schools based abroad) – US$50
Applicants using an international program or test in lieu of the UA&P entrance test (e.g. SAT) – US$50
EM Assessment (for Entrepreneurial Management applicants only) – additional Php 250

Special Exam fees (2021 exam dates):
Local Applicants – Php1000
International Applicants – USD75
EM Assessment (for Entrepreneurial Management applicants only) – additional Php250

Once payment has been made, accomplish the UA&P Application Log for Applicants and upload your proof of payment along with the other applicable documentary requirements (e.g. EM Parents’ Info Sheet, Gr. 12 report card): http://go.uap.asia/applicants2122


Step 3. Acknowledgment

Once all application requirements have been received, both from you and your school, an acknowledgement email with additional information and instructions shall be sent to you within 5-7 working days.

For further information, you may contact the Admissions Office at admissions@uap.asia.

Scholarship Application

UA&P offers various scholarships to help Filipino students finance their graduate and undergraduate education. Application forms for scholarship must be submitted along with the other requirements for admission. Take note that scholarship applicants should submit all requirements from September 21 to October 21, 2020 only. All scholarship applicants are required to take the November 7 entrance exam of the University.  


Step 1. Application for Admission

Step 2. Application for Scholarship
  • For Merit Scholarship and Financial Assistance applications, submit the accomplished application form along with the other requirements to scholars@uap.asia with the following subject heading: level applied for, applicant number, full name (e.g. College, 12345, Juan dela Cruz)

Note: The school personnel accomplishing the Recommendation Form for Scholarship should send it directly to scholars@uap.asia following the same subject heading.

  • For Merit Scholarship, a high school average of at least 90 is required to qualify for application.
  • For Financial Assistance, a high school average of at least 86 with a gross family income of Php 800,000 and below are required to qualify for application.
  • For Athletic Scholarship applications, get in touch with the following:

Center for Student Affairs (Office of Sports Development)
Coach Mec (jemima.fajardo@uap.asia)
Coach Chi (patricia.marcelo@uap.asia)

Likewise, the University recognizes and accepts the following external grants:

  1. Presidential Decree No. 577 (PD 577) – for dependents of military personnel who die or become incapacitated in line of duty
  2. Republic Act No. 9049 (RA 9049) – for dependents of Medal of Valor awardees
  3. Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Scholarship – valid for the following programs: AB Health Humanities, BS Data Science, BS Industrial Engineering, and BS Information Technology

Submit a copy of documents or certifications pertaining to these grants to scholars@uap.asia with the following subject heading: level applied for, applicant number, full name (e.g. College, 12345, Juan dela Cruz)

Transfer Application

UA&P accepts transfer students from other universities and colleges accredited by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) who are willing to start again as freshmen and who meet the admissions criteria of the university.


Step 1. Evaluation
  • Prior to application, the transfer applicant must submit a copy of the following for evaluation:
    1.  Official transcript of records
    2.  Certificate of good moral character
    3.  Certification of not being academically dismissed from the school previously attended
  • General Weighted Average should be 2.0 or higher (UA&P equivalent of GWA in other schools). Minimum of 30 units should have been taken and must not be currently enrolled.
  • If the applicant meets the criteria, he/she will be advised to proceed with his/her application. Do not proceed with the Admissions Process unless advised by the Admissions Office.

Submit all pre-application requirements for evaluation to admissions@uap.asia with the following subject heading: Transfer Evaluation – full name (e.g. Transfer Evaluation – Juan dela Cruz)


Step 2. Application for Admission
  • Accomplish the application process for admission to the University (see Admissions Process). However, take note of the following changes in documentary requirements:
    • In lieu of the School Record Form, submit your transcript of records.
    • In lieu of the Guidance Counselor Recommendation Form, submit two (2) recommendations from former professors or teachers who know you well. Use the Recommendation Form for Transfer Applicants.

Note: The University reserves the right to credit or not to credit any subject taken elsewhere.

International Programs

True to our credo to be a university that promotes understanding and cooperation among persons of all races, beliefs, and social conditions, UA&P is now accepting Grade 12 graduates from various international programs and standardized tests.

The results of these programs and tests may be used to replace the UA&P Entrance Exam ONLY when the following conditions have been met:

International Baccalaureate (IB)

  • The IB Diploma was awarded within the last 2 years.
  • The IB predictive scores in grades 9-11 merit a score of 28.

Cambridge Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) Diploma

  • An AS Level should have a grade of A or a Percentage Numeric Mark (PUM) equivalent to 85 or higher.
  • An A Level should have a grade of A or a (PUM) of 85 or higher.

SAT

  • A minimum rating of 1140

UA&P’s Designated Institution (DI) Code for SAT is 7183.

Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE)

  • A cumulative GWA of B.

General Admissions Test (GAT) and Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR)

  • The tests are taken by June with results released by December of the preceding academic year.
  • For ATAR, a score of at least 75.
  • Test results must be equivalent to 85% of the UA&P CEE.

Step 1. Application for Admission
  • Accomplish the application process for admission to the University (see Admissions Process).

Step 2. Submission of Additional Requirements for Applicants Using an International Program or Test
  • In addition to the requirements mentioned in the Admissions Process, submit certificates of evidence for the respective program or test to be used in lieu of the UA&P Entrance Exam along with your other requirements for admission.

Foreign Applicants

Step 1. Application for Admission
  • Accomplish the application process for admission to the University (see Admissions Process).

Step 2. Submission of Additional Requirements for Foreign Applicants
  • In addition to the requirements mentioned in the Admissions Process, foreign applicants are also required to the submit the following:
  • Copy of passport
  • Copy of Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR)
  • TOEFL/IELTS results (see note below)

A foreign applicant is required to submit a copy of his/her TOEFL or IELTS results if any or all of the following conditions apply:

  1. If the foreign applicant’s native language is not English,
  2. If the medium of instruction in his/her secondary school is not English, and/or
  3. If he/she came from a non-English school and has been studying in the Philippines for less than 4 years.

For TOEFL, a minimum rating of 75 for internet-based testing or 550 for paper-based testing.

For IELTS, a minimum rating of 6.

Requirements Checklist

For your guidance, please see the summary of requirements below:


Local Applicants (for College and Junior College)

  • Online application
  • School Record Form
  • Guidance Counselor Recommendation Form
  • Proof of payment

Other Requirements:

  • Scholarship application (for scholarship applicants only)
  • EM Parents’ Info Sheet (for EM applicants only)
  • Gr. 12 report card (for Gr. 12 graduates who have not enrolled for college only)

Transfer Applicants

Prior to application:

  • Copy of transcript of records
  • Certificate of good moral character
  • Certification of not being academically dismissed from the school previously attended

Upon approval:

  • Online application
  • Transcript of record
  • Two (2) Recommendation Form for Transfer Applicants
  • Proof of payment

Foreign Applicants

  • Online application
  • School Record Form
  • Guidance Counselor Recommendation Form
  • Proof of payment
  • Copy of passport and ACR
  • TOEFL/IELTS results (if applicable)

Special Exam Dates


 

Get in touch

Address

Pearl Drive, Ortigas Center, Pasig City 1605, Philippines

 

Contact

Phone: (632) 8637-0912 to 26
E-mail: info@uap.asia