Scholarships

Kingster University offers a variety of scholarships and fellowships designed to help you and your family pay for university. Scholarships and grants are types of gift aid that do not have to be repaid. They may take the form of University scholarships, federal or state grants, or outside scholarships.

Internal Scholarships

Academic Scholarships

1. MSU-SASE Top 20

Scholarship   MSU-SASE Score     Monthly Stipend     Maintaining GPA  
Rizal’s Excellence Award   150-156 Php 2,000 1.20 – 1.00
Chancellor’s Award 143-149 Php 1,300 1.44 – 1.21
Dean’s Award 136-142 Php 500 1.75 – 1.45

2. Dean’s Lister (for COE, CSM, SCS, and CASS AB English & BS Psych Students)

Privileges: (a) Free tuition and other fees for those students whose grade point average ranges from 1.75 to 1.50, while (b) free tuition and other fees plus monthly stipend ranging from Php400 to Php1200 for those students who obtained a GPA ranging from 1.49 to 1.00.

3. Valedictorians / Salutatorians

Privileges: granted free tuition only during the first semester of his/her admission.

Financial Assistantships

1. Student Assistantship / Office Assistantship

Awarded to deserving students in the undergraduate level who are in need of financial assistance. This type of grants-in-aid is renewable on a semestral basis. Student assistants are compensated at the rate of P10/hr while office assistants are compensated at P15/hr. Compensation is good for a maximum of 100 hours only per month.

 

2. Special Scholarships

External Scholarships

Privately Funded Scholarships

1. Student Assistantship / Office Assistantship

  1. PhilDev Foundation

    Privileges: Free school and other fees. Php 5,500 monthly allowance, 4000 book allowance per semester.

  2. HOLCIM

    Privileges: Tuition and other school fees

  3. JCreations Digital Printing Station Scholarship Program

    Privileges: P4,000 semestral allowance
    Recipient: BSIT/BSCS graduating students

  4. LEXMARK Research and Development Corp.

    Privileges: School fees, Book allowance of P6,000/year, a living allowance of P3,000/month, transportation allowance of P4,000/year, clothing allowance of P500/sem, and special project cash allowance of P5,000 once the student is in his/her senior year.

  5. METROBANK Scholarship Program (ACCESS)

    Privileges: 100% subsidy to cover full payment of tuition and other fees, semestral allowance of P5,000 to cover books, uniform, and other school-related expenses

  6. Association of IIT Alumni Foundation, Inc. (AIITAFI)

    http://www.msuiit.edu.ph/aiitafi/Privileges: a monthly stipend of P500

  7. New Horizon Travel and Tours Scholarship Program

    Privileges: P4,000 semestral allowance
    Recipient: BSBA Entrepreneurial Marketing graduating students

  8. PHINMA Foundation Scholarship Program

    Privileges: Grant of P5,000 per semester.

  9. PILMICO Foods Corporation

    Privileges: A grant not exceeding the amount of P3,760; a uniform allowance for ROTC in the amount of P1,500; an allowance for Registration/Miscellaneous Expenses of P500 (library fee, athletic fee, school publication fee, dental/medical, guidance, and ID Card, and Tuition Fee (21 units x Php 100/unit), Books P1,000, school supplies, P500, Laboratory fee P200

  10. PSME-ILIGAN BAY CHAPTER

    Privileges: Monthly stipend of P400, book allowance of P500/sem. Tuition and other school fees.

Government-Funded Scholarships

  1. Department of Science and Technology (DOST)

    Privileges: (a) tuition and other school fees not to exceed P3,500/sem: (b) allowance for prescribed textbooks and essentials school supplies at P500/sem; (c) outright grant for prescribed Military and Physical Education uniforms at P500 during the first year; (d) free transportation for the one-economy round trip between the permanent residence and place of study; (e) monthly living allowance for a 10-month duration of P1,500/P700/P500 for full, partial & special grant, respectively, depending on the awarded scholarship category which shall be based on certain socio-economic indicators (e.g residence, income, size of family, etc.); and (f) group health and accident insurance.

  2. Senator Kiko Pangilinan Scholarship
  3. Mayor’s Scholarship Program

    Privileges: P3,500/sem

  4. Barangay Officials Tuition Privilege

    Privileges: free tuition

  5. Commission on Higher Education (CHED)

    Privileges: semestral stipend

  6. Oversea’s Workers Welfare Administration

    Privileges: P30,000/sem

  7. DND-CHED-PASUC Scholarship Program

    Privileges: exemption from payment of tuition and other matriculation fees; miscellaneous expenses will be shouldered by CHED.

  8. HERO Scholarship
  9. GSIS Scholarship Program
  10. Tulong Dunong

International Scholarships

1. The Robert Schappert U.S.A. Scholarship

Privilege: Tuition bills

Contact For Scholarship

We are open on Monday – Friday at 9 am and 5 pm, except on holidays.

Admissions

Andres Bonifacio Avenue 
Tibanga, 9200 Iligan City, Philippines

Phone/Fax : (063) 223 8641 local 4170
Email : admissions@g.msuiit.edu.ph

Frequently Asked Questions

What is New MSU SASE?

The New Mindanao State University (MSU) System Admission and Scholarship Examination (SASE) is an exam conducted by all units of the MSU System in their respective responsibility centers. Students who make it to the cut-off score as determined by the highest and the median scores will have a chance of being admitted in the MSU System Unit of their choice. Scholarships are also available to those who qualify the scholarship requirements of the MSU System and of the various scholarship sponsoring organizations.

Who are qualified to take the New MSU SASE?

Only students who are enrolled in Grade 12 of the K-12 program are qualified to take the exam.

Do students who wish to transfer to MSU-IIT have a chance of being accepted?

With the New Curriculum to be implemented in 2018, there is a very slim chance for transferees to be accepted. Course offerings for SY 2018-2019 will only be for the 1st year students (NEW CURRICULUM) and for the 4th year students (OLD CURRICULUM).

Do MSU-IIT students who have filed for Leave of Absence and who would seek for readmission be accommodated by their respective departments?

For those in the 4th year level, you may visit your respective departments and seek for Acceptance Note from your Class Advisers,  duly noted by your department chairperson.

 

For the others, please read it here.