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  • Republic of the Philippines

    RAMON MAGSAYSAY TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY Iba, Zambales,

    Vision of the University The Ramon Magsaysay Technological University shall be a learning and resource center for the development of leaders and entrepreneurs responsive to appropriate and emerging advanced technologies for the sustainable utilization of natural, indigenous and human resources for community-centered development within a dynamic and ever-widening society.

    Mission of the University The Ramon Magsaysay Technological University shall primarily provide instruction, undertake research and extension and provide advanced studies and progressive leadership in agriculture, forestry, engineering, technology, education, arts and sciences, humanities and other fields as maybe relevant to the development of the province of Zambales.

    MID CAMPUS MID CAMPUS

    MID CAMPUS

    Iba Campus Iba, Zambales

    SOUTH CAMPUSES

    Botolan Campus Porac, Botolan, Zambales

    San Marcelino Campus

    Nagbunga, San Marcelino, Zambales

    Castillejos Campus Del Pilar, Castillejos, Zambales

    NORTH CAMPUSES

    Masinloc Campus South Poblacion, Masinloc, Zambales

    Candelaria Campus

    Sinabacan, Candelaria, Zambales

    Sta. Cruz Campus Lucapon North, Sta. Cruz, Zambales

  • Republic of the Philippines

    RAMON MAGSAYSAY TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY Iba, Zambales,

    ACADEMIC POLICIES AND PROCEDURES I. ADMISSION Students shall be accepted regardless of age, sex, status, nationality and religious beliefs or political affiliations. Students must pledge to abide by and comply with all the rules and regulations of the University. A. Admission Requirements 1. Secondary Level

    1.1 Form 138 1.2. Certificate of Good Moral Character 1.3. Medical Certificate 1.4. Two (2) pieces 2X2 identical pictures 1.5. NSO Birth Certificate 1.6. RMTU Secondary Admission Test (RMTU-SAT)

    For Science Curriculum (offered only in Iba Campus), applicants must have a general weighted average of at least 85% and whose grades in Science, English and Mathematics must not be less than 85%.

    Children of RMTU employees shall also be subjected to the same admission policies and procedures.

    Returning students shall not be readmitted because their slots had already been taken. 2. Tertiary Level

    2.1. New/Beginning Freshmen 2.1.1. Form 138

    2.1.2. Certificate of Good Moral Character 2.1.3. RMTU College Admission Test (RMTU-CAT)

    2.1.4. Students must qualify in the average requirement (GPA/GWA) set by the University/CHED

    2.1.5. Pictures 2.1.5.1 Two (2) pieces identical 2x2

    2.1.5.2 One (1) piece 2x2 2.1.6. NSO Birth Certificate/NSO Marriage Certificate 2.1.7. NCAE results for all Five-Year (5) degree programs 2.2 Transferees

    2.2.1. Transfer Credential/Honorable Dismissal

    2.2.2. Official Transcript of Record/Copy of Grades duly signed by the Registrar. 2.2.3 Certificate of Good Moral Character

    2.2.4. RMTU College Admission Test (RMTU-CAT) 2.2.5. Pictures

    2.2.5.1. 2 pieces identical 1x1 2.2.5.2. 1 piece 2x2

    2.2.6. OTR shall be submitted prior to admission for the following semester, otherwise, enrolment will not be allowed.

    2.2.7. Admission of transferees is subject to availability of slot.

    2.3. Returnee Applicant 2.3.1. Fully accomplished Application for Re- Admission Form

    2.3.2. Updated Evaluation of Grades 2.3.3. NSO Birth Certificate/NSO Marriage Certificate for married applicant

    2.4. Cross Enrolee

    REGISTRARS MANUAL

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  • 2.4.1. Fully Accomplished Cross Enrolment Application Form

    2.4.2. Cross Enrolment Certification/Form from the mother institution signed by the Registrar and/or Dean. 2.4.3. School ID 2.4.4. Two (2) pieces identical 2x2 pictures

    Cross Enrolment

    There are three (3) types of cross enrolment.

    1. Inbound, for students from other institutions, in the

    Philippines who wish to register in specific courses

    (subjects) at RMTU, without pursuing or earning a degree

    or completing a program.

    2. Outbound, for RMTU students wishing to register in

    specific courses (subjects) at other educational

    institutions, in the Philippines or abroad, for the purpose

    of credit to their program at RMTU.

    3. In-Campus, for RMTU students wishing to register in

    specific courses in other colleges within the campus.

    4. Out-Campus, for RMTU students wishing to register in

    specific courses in other campuses of the university.

    Inbound Cross-Enrolment

    Inbound cross-enrolment is subject to availability of courses for the particular School Year and Term and availability of slots in those courses.

    1. A formal signed letter containing the following:

    1. The reason for selecting RMTU.

    2. The specific School Year and Term to cross

    enroll at RMTU.

    3. The specific courses/subjects, including course

    descriptions, to be cross enrolled.

    4. Contact details such as email address and postal

    address

    2. Cross-enrolment permit from home school (if course/s is

    for credit in your respective program in the home school)

    3. Medical clearance report (to be validated by Medical Officer of

    RMTU)

    4. Letter of recommendation / Certification of good moral character

    from mother institutions Guidance Office.

    Outbound Cross-Enrolment Approval of outbound cross enrollment is based on the following policies: The course/subject is not offered in RMTU on the School Year and Term on which it will be cross enrolled in another institution. The school where the student will cross enroll in has a comparable standard of education with RMTU. Only general education subjects, as a general rule, may be cross enrolled in another school. In-Campus Cross-Enrolment Approval of in-campus cross enrollment is based on the following policies: The subject is not offered in the mother college on the School Year and Term on which it will be cross enrolled in another college. Only general education subjects, as a general rule, may be cross enrolled in another school. Out-Campus Cross-Enrolment Approval of out-campus cross enrollment is based on the following policies: The subject is not offered in the campus on the School Year and Term on which it will be cross enrolled in another campus of the university. Only general education subjects, as a general rule, may be cross enrolled in another school. 2.5. Uniting Applicant 2.5.1. Fully Accomplished Uniting Application Form 2.5.2. Original Transcript of Records 2.5.3. NSO Birth Certificate/NSO Marriage Certificate for married applicant. 2.5.4. Identification Card 2.5.5. Two (2) pieces identical 2x2 pictures 2.3 Foreign Students

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    http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/offices/registrar/crossenrollment.asp#inboundhttp://www.dlsu.edu.ph/offices/registrar/crossenrollment.asp#outbound

  • 2.3.1 Transcript of Scholastic Record

    2.3.2 RMTU College Admission Test (RMTU-CAT) 2.3.3 Personal History Statement 2.3.4 Student Visa/Special Study Permit 2.3.5 Affidavit of Support 2.3.6 Alien Certificate Registration 2.3.7 Result of TOEFL (for non-English speaking

    students) 2.3.8 Must meet all the prescribed requirements by

    the DFA and the BID 2.3.9 A foreign student may be admitted based on

    the availability of slot of the course applied for.

    3. Graduate Level 3.1 Original Transcript of Record 3.2 Service Record/Certificate of Employment 3.3 NSO Marriage Certificate for married applicant. 3.4 Two (2) pieces identical 2X2 pictures

    B. Admission Policies by College

    GRADUATE SCHOOL PROGRAMS Doctorate of Education ( Educational Management)

    1. The applicant must have the appropriate masters degree relative to the specific doctorate program he/she intends to pursue.

    2. The applicant must have at least a grade point average (GPA) of 1.75 in his masters degree.

    3. An applicant whose masters degree is other than educational management may be admitted only to the doctorate program after the student completes a maximum of twelve (12) units in major subjects in the masters program with an average GPA of not lower than 1.75.

    4. An applicant of non-thesis masters program, may only be admitted to the doctorate program after completing a thesis/research study.

    5. Applicants must pass the qualifying interview

    Masters Program

    1. The applicant must have the appropriate baccalaureate relative to the specific masters program he/she intends to pursue.

    2. Applicant must have a grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 for a masters program.

    3. In case the applicants undergraduate degree is not in line with the degree he/she is applying for, he/she will be required to finish a maximum of 18 units of undergraduate courses before he/she will be admitted in the masters program.

    4. An applicant with GPA lower than the prescribed rating may be admitted to the masters program on probationary status, provided, that he/she has no failing grade in his major field. While on probationary status, the maximum load allowed is only six (6) units per term, such status may change after having obtained an average rating of 1.75 or better in the first term.

    5. The applicant must pass the qualifying i