The Teacher Certificate Program (TCP) provides non-education degree holders with an understanding of the nature, cognitive, socio-emotional, and physical characteristics of children who need appropriate general education programs. The program further equips students with appropriate educative delivery modes and approaches necessary in handling children in general education programs. TCP aims to develop among it's students the necessary skills in teaching children in the regular schools and acquire basic skills in handling learners.
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Freshman Admission Requirements: Admission Requirements - Freshmen: 1. Certified Correct Secondary Scholastic Record 2. Two (2) Recommendation Forms from any of the following: • 3rd or 4th year High School Subject Teachers • -3rd or 4th year High School Class Adviser • 3rd or 4th year High School Guidance Counselor 3. Two (2) identical passport photographs 4. A photocopy of National Statistics Office (NSO) Birth Certificate (or any valid substitute) for Filipino Citizens 5. Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) official test results (in lieu of DLSU College Admission Test (DCAT))
Transferees Admission Requirements: Admission Requirements - Transferees: 1. Transcript of Records (TOR) with grading system or copy of grades issued by the Registrar to firstname.lastname@example.org. 2. Online Undergraduate application Form 3. Two (2) recommendations (Use the DLSU Recommendation Form) from any two of the following: • Dean • Department Head • Professor • Guidance Counselor 4. Three (3) identical passport photographs 5. A photocopy of National Statistics (NSO) Birth Certificate for Filipino Citizen (or any valid certificate) 6. Certificate of Good Moral Character 7. Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) official test results (in lieu of DLSU College Admission Test (DCAT))
Foreign Students Admission Requirements: Admission Requirements - Foreign Students: 1. Certified Correct Secondary Scholastic Records • High school graduates must submit a photocopy of the 4th year high school report card. • International student applicants must submit a photocopy of the secondary school Transcript of Records. 2. Two (2) Recommendation Forms from any two of the following: • 3rd or 4th year High School Subject Teachers • 3rd or 4th year Class Adviser • 3rd or 4th year Guidance Counselor 3. Two (2) identical passport photographs 4. Photocopy of Birth Certificate, ACR/IR or passport for non-Filipino citizens 5. Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) official test results (in lieu of DLSU College Admission Test (DCAT)) 6. Photocopy of Passport photo-data page 7. Visa 8. Visa Extension (if applicable) 9. Alien Certificate of Registration or ACR I – Card 10. Annual Report Receipt 11. Certificate of Recognition as a Filipino (for Dual Citizens only)
Foreign Second Admission Requirements: Admission Requirements - Second Coursers: 1. Completely filled out Pre-Application Form.download 2. Application letter addressed to the Admissions Committee stating reasons for a second undergraduate degree. 3. Official Transcript of Records (TOR) with date of graduation. 4. Letter of Recommendation from Dean/Chair of the college/department where the first undergraduate degree was taken. 5. Certificate of Good Moral Character from the previous College/University.
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De La Salle University (DLSU) is a private research university in the Philippines and was established in 1911. It started as an elementary and high school institution for boys up until 1920, when the school began offering an Associate Course in Commerce, but still only accepting male students in the program. The university replaced the associate program with Bachelor of Science in Commerce in 1931. It has since expanded with additional colleges under its belt. In 1973, DLSU opened its doors, allowing women to attend the university. From its first campus in Paco, Manila, De La Salle University now has 16 schools across different regions in the country.
At present, De La Salle University has 8 colleges with 36 academic departments and 11 research centers. DLSU’s tradition of excellence has been recognized by the Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) with the grant of Centers for Excellence and a number of Center of Development awards. Moreover, the institution received a Level IV status from the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges, and Universities (PAASCU) which is the highest accreditation given to a university that exhibits excellence in all operational aspects.
Throughout the years, De La Salle University has provided its students with outstanding academic training. In retrospect, many of DLSU’s students have excelled in the fields of business, politics, arts, science, and sports, consequently making significant impact in the society. During its 100th year last 2011, DLSU celebrated academic excellence with its students garnering a high passing rate in licensure board exams and pioneering innovations in technology.