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Center for Student Admissions


As the region's premiere University, DLSU-D pursues its mission to mold globally competitive and morally upright students by providing world-class education and facilities, and the promotion of the Lasallian core values of faith, zeal and communion.

The University's efforts and recognitions strengthen DLSU-D's reputation as a University distict from other institutions in Cavite, one that pushes its limits, creating possibilities for its students, encouraging them to reach their potentials and arming them with the proper tools to succeed.

The Center for Student Admissions is responsible for the recruitment, selection and admission of junior & senior high school, college freshman, transferee, and second course takers interested in pursuing Lasallian education.

The Office is also in charge of the Student Scholarship Office (SSO), through which the University extends financial assistance to deserving undergraduate and graduate students funded by the schoolís general budget as well as donor allocations.

How to apply

Junior High School
  • Students who completed primary level of Basic Education
  • Transferee applicants for Grades 7 to 10 from a different secondary institution
Senior High School [Grade 11]
  • Students who completed Grade 10 level of Basic Education
  • Transferee applicants for Grade 11 from a different secondary institution
College
  • Students who intend to pursue a degree or continue their education at De La Salle University-Dasmariñas.

Freshman

  • High school graduates who never attended college

  • Students who passed the Bureau of Alternative Learning System Test (ALS) and/or the Philippine Educational Placement Test
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Returnee

  • Undergraduate students who wish to come back after taking their leave of absence

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Transferee

  • Students who wish to transfer to DLSU-D after attending
    other colleges and universities.

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Second Course Taker

  • College graduates who wish to pursue another Bachelorís degree at DLSU-D

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Cross Enrollee

  • Students from other institutions in the Philippines who wish to register in specific courses (subjects) at De La Salle University-Dasmariñas, without pursuing/earning a degree or completing a program.

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International Student

  • Non-Filipino international students who graduated abroad

  • Foreign national applicants for High School

  • Foreign national applicants for College

  • Foreign national applicants who wish to transfer to DLSU-D after attending other colleges and universities

  • Foreign national applicants who wish to pursue another Bachelorís degree at DLSU-D

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Graduate School
  • Degree holders who wish to pursue advanced level of study after graduating from a college or university
Degree Completion Program
  • Students who seek to complete their degrees through online course offerings
  • Professionals who seek to enhance career competence through certificate courses and graduate degrees
  • Individuals who seek enrichment through learning experiences that helps achieve life-long goals and self-actualization

Graduate School Admissions Flowchart

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Grade 7: Requirements and Application Procedure

Step 1: Registration and Verification of Requirements
  1. Register to get the application form

  2. Visit Counter 17 - Center for Student Admissions to verify your application form and bring the following requirements:

    1. Printed application form with signed certification of enrollment and dry seal of the school

    2. ID photo (identical to the one used in your application form)


  3. Pay the non-refundable application fee at Counters 14, 15, 16 PHP500.00 for Filipino students and USD$50.00 for international students


  4. Present the official receipt to Counter 17 and get the SAT permit with claim stub

Step 2: Take the Student Admission Test (SAT)
  1. Present your SAT permit to the examiner on your scheduled exam


  2. Keep your claim stub
Step 3: View SAT result
  1. View the result of your SAT via Online Result


  2. You may also get the printed copy of your test result from Counter 18 by presenting your claim stub


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Grade 10: Requirements and Application Procedure

Step 1: Registration and Verification of Requirements
  1. Register to get the application form

  2. Visit Counter 17 - Center for Student Admissions to verify your application form and bring the following requirements:


    1. Printed application form with signed certification of enrollment and dry seal of the school


    2. ID photo (identical to the one used in your application form)


    3. Photocopy of report card (Form 138)


  3. Get an interview slip from Counter 17


  4. Strictly follow your interview schedule with the Principal
Step 2: Interview
  1. Proceed to the Principalís Office at the DLSU-D High School Complex


  2. Present the interview slip with attached copy of your report card for your interview
Step 3: Confirm Result of the Interview
  1. Submit the signed interview slip and confirm the status of application at Counter 17. If the applicant is deemed qualified after the interview, the applicant may proceed to Step 4. If the applicant fails the interview, the applicant will not be allowed to continue with his application.
Step 4: Submission of Requirements
  1. Submit the documents included in the list of requirements (listed in Step 1) to Counter 17


  2. Pay the application fee (PHP500.00 for Filipino students and USD$50.00 for international students). Application fees are non-refundable.


  3. Present the official receipt to Counter 17 and get the SAT permit with claim stub
Step 5: Take the Student Admission Test (SAT)
  1. Present your SAT permit to the examiner on your scheduled exam date


  2. Keep your claim stub
Step 6: View SAT result
  1. View the result of your SAT via Online Result


  2. You may also get the printed copy of your test result from Counter 18 by presenting your claim stub


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Grade 11: Requirements and Application Procedure

Step 1: Registration and Verification of Requirements
  1. Register to get the application form

  2. Visit Counter 17 - Center for Student Admissions to verify your application form and bring the following requirements:


    1. Printed application form with signed certification of enrollment and dry seal of the school


    2. ID photo (identical to the one used in your application form)


  3. Pay the non-refundable application fee at Counters 14, 15, 16 PHP500.00 for Filipino students and USD$50.00 for international students


  4. Present the official receipt to Counter 17 and get the SAT permit with claim stub
Step 2: Take the Student Admission Test (SAT)
  1. Present your SAT permit to the examiner on your scheduled exam


  2. Keep your claim stub
Step 3: View SAT result
  1. View the result of your SAT via Online Result


  2. You may also get the printed copy of your test result from Counter 18 by presenting your claim stub


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Freshman Applicants: Requirements and Application Procedure

Step 1: Registration and Verification of Requirements
  1. Register to get the application form

  2. Visit Counter 17 - Center for Student Admissions to verify your application form and bring the following requirements:


    1. Printed application form with signed certification of enrollment and dry seal of the school


    2. ID photo (identical to the one used in your application form)


  3. Pay the non-refundable application fee at Counters 14, 15, 16 PHP500.00 for Filipino students and USD$50.00 for international students


  4. Present the official receipt to Counter 17 and get the SAT permit with claim stub
Step 2: Take the Student Admission Test (SAT)
  1. Present your SAT permit to the examiner on your scheduled exam


  2. Keep your claim stub
Step 3: View SAT result
  1. View the result of your SAT via Online Result


  2. You may also get the printed copy of your test result from Counter 18 by presenting your claim stub


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College Returnee Applicants: Requirements and Application Procedure

Step 1: Secure Referral Slip
  1. Get a referral slip for returnees from Counter 17-Center for Student Admissions
Step 2: Clearance
  1. Proceed to Counter 6 - Office of the University Registrar for the clearance


  2. Proceed to Counter 12 - Accounting Office for the clearance
Step 3: Interview
  1. Proceed to the Dean/Associate Deanís Office


  2. Present referral slip with attached previous registration form and/or copy of grades for an interview
Step 4: Secure Enrollment Permit
  1. Proceed to Counter 19 - Center for Student Admissions and submit the signed referral slipe


  2. Get enrollment permit


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Transferee Applicants: Requirements and Application Procedure

Step 1: Registration and Verification of Application Form
  1. Register to get the application form

  2. Visit Counter 17 - Center for Student Admissions to verify your application form and bring the following requirements:


    1. Printed application form


    2. ID photo (identical to the one used in your application form)


    3. Original and photocopy of transcript of records or certification of grades


  3. Get an interview slip from Counter 17


  4. Strictly follow your interview schedule with the Associate Dean of the College
Step 2: Interview
  1. Proceed to the Dean/Associate Deanís Office


  2. Present the interview slip with attached copy of your transcript of records or certification of grades for your interview
Step 3: Confirm Result of the Interview
  1. Submit the signed interview slip and confirm the status of application at Counter 17. If the applicant is deemed qualified after interview, the applicant may proceed to Step 4. If the applicant fails the interview, he is not allowed to continue with his application.
Step 4: Submission of Requirements
  1. Submit the documents included in the list of requirements (listed in Step 1) to Counter 17


  2. Pay the non-refundable application fee at Counters 14, 15, 16. PHP500.00 for Filipino students and USD50.00 for international students


  3. Present the official receipt to Counter 17 and get the SAT permit with claim stub
Step 5: Take the Student Admission Test (SAT)
  1. Present your SAT permit to the examiner on your scheduled exam date


  2. Keep your claim stub
Step 6: View SAT result
  1. View the result of your SAT via Online Result


  2. You may also get the printed copy of your test result from Counter 18 by presenting your claim stub


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Second Course Applicants: Requirements and Application Procedure

Step 1: Registration and Verification of Application Form
  1. Register to get the application form

  2. Visit Counter 17 - Center for Student Admissions to verify your application form and bring the following requirements:


    1. Printed application form


    2. ID photo (identical to the one used in your application form)


    3. Original and photocopy of transcript of records or certification of grades


  3. Get an interview slip from Counter 17


  4. Strictly follow your interview schedule with the Associate Dean of the College
Step 2: Interview
  1. Proceed to the Dean/Associate Deanís Office


  2. Present the interview slip with attached copy of your transcript of records or certification of grades for your interview
Step 3: Confirm Result of the Interview
  1. Submit the signed interview slip and confirm the status of application at Counter 17. If the applicant is deemed qualified after interview, the applicant may proceed to Step 4. If the applicant fails the interview, he is not allowed to continue with his application.
Step 4: Submission of Requirements
  1. Submit the documents included in the list of requirements (listed in Step 1) to Counter 17


  2. Pay the non-refundable application fee at Counters 14, 15, 16. PHP500.00 for Filipino students and USD50.00 for international students


  3. Present the official receipt to Counter 17 and get the SAT permit with claim stub
Step 5: Take the Student Admission Test (SAT)
  1. Present your SAT permit to the examiner on your scheduled exam date


  2. Keep your claim stub
Step 6: View SAT result
  1. View the result of your SAT via Online Result


  2. You may also get the printed copy of your test result from Counter 18 by presenting your claim stub


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Cross-Enrollee Applicants: Requirements and Application Procedure

Step 1: Secure Referral Slip
  1. Get a referral slip for cross enrollee from Counter 1-Office of the University Registrar
Step 2: Secure Enrollment Permit
  1. Submit the completed referral slip to Counter 19


  2. Fill out and submit admission form for cross enrollees


  3. Secure enrollment permit from Counter 19
Step 3: Secure Advising Form
  1. Present enrollment permit to Counter 1


  2. Get advising form


  3. Follow enrollment procedure


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Certificate in Teaching Program: Requirements and Application Procedure

Step 1: Registration and Verification of Application Form
  1. Register to get the application form

  2. Visit Counter 17 - Center for Student Admissions to verify your application form and bring the following requirements:


    1. Printed application form


    2. ID photo (identical to the one used in your application form)


    3. Original and photocopy of transcript of records or certification of grades


  3. Get an interview slip from Counter 17


  4. Strictly follow your interview schedule with the Associate Dean of the College
Step 2: Interview
  1. Proceed to the Dean/Associate Deanís Office


  2. Present the interview slip with attached copy of your transcript of records or certification of grades for your interview
Step 3: Confirm Result of the Interview
  1. Submit the signed interview slip and confirm the status of application at Counter 17. If the applicant is deemed qualified after interview, the applicant may proceed to Step 4. If the applicant fails the interview, he is not allowed to continue with his application.
Step 4: Submission of Requirements
  1. Submit the documents included in the list of requirements (listed in Step 1) to Counter 17


  2. Pay the non-refundable application fee at Counters 14, 15, 16. PHP500.00 for Filipino students and USD50.00 for international students


  3. Present the official receipt to Counter 17 and get the SAT permit with claim stub
Step 5: Take the Student Admission Test (SAT)
  1. Present your SAT permit to the examiner on your scheduled exam date


  2. Keep your claim stub
Step 6: View SAT result
  1. View the result of your SAT via Online Result


  2. You may also get the printed copy of your test result from Counter 18 by presenting your claim stub


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Take Admission Test

Junior High School Entrance Exam Schedule for S.Y. 2017 - 2018
(Grade 7)
Time: 7:30 am - 12 pm
Venue: DLSU-D High School Complex
Application Deadline* Exam Schedule Release of Results Confirmation Date
CLOSED January 14 March 23 March 23- April 7
March 1 March 4 March 23 March 23- April 7


Senior High School Entrance Exam Schedule for S.Y. 2017 - 2018
(Grade 11)
Time: 7:30 an - 12 pm
Venue: DLSU-D High School Complex
Application Deadline* Exam Schedule Release of Results Confirmation Date
CLOSED January 21 February 06 February 06-24


Important Reminder: Submission of printed application form and payment of application/exam fee should be done before the scheduled date of Student Admission Test. Availability of slot is on a first come, first served basis.

View Test Result

Click on the View Test Result link then enter Official Receipt number and applicant ID in the required fields.

Junior High School

DLSU-D Viewbook

DLSU-D High School opens its doors to students who have completed their primary level of basic education or those who want to transfer for Grades 7 to 10 from different institutions.

Supervised by the College of Education which has been granted Level IV accreditation by Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU) and recognized as Center of Excellence in Teacher Education by Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) and a Center of Training Institutionby Department of Education (DepEd).

Senior High School

DLSU-D Viewbook
ACADEMIC TRACK ➪
    • Accountancy, Business and Management Strand (ABM)
    • Humanities and Social Sciences Strand (HMS)
    • Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Strand (STM)
    • General Academic Strand (GAS)
TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL LIVELIHOOD TRACK (TVL) ➪

  • Culinary and Food Service (VCF)
  • Hospitality Services (VHS)
  • Tourism Services (VTS)
  • Computer Hardware Servicing (VCS)
  • Electronic Servicing (VES)

Graduate Studies

De La Salle University Ė DasmariŮas offers a wide array of Graduate Degree Programs to further prepare professionals to be competitive in their chosen career.



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DLSU-D GRADUATE PROGRAMS
2nd Semester A.Y. 2016-2017
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND ACCOUNTANCY CODE
Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration GBA
Executive Master of Business Administration In-Campus MBI
Executive Master of Business Administration Off-Campus MBO
Master in Business Administration MBA
Master in Business Administration with specialization in Supply Chain Management MBS
COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE EDUCATION CODE
Doctor of Philosophy in Criminal Justice with specialization in Criminology PCJ
Master of Science in Criminal Justice with specialization in Criminology MCJ
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION CODE
Graduate Studies Extension Program GEP
Doctor of Philosophy major in Educational Management GPE
Doctor of Philosophy major in Counseling with specialization in School & Community Counseling GSC
Master of Arts in Education major in Educational Management GME
Master of Arts in Education major in Guidance and Counseling GMG
Master of Arts in Education major in Physical Education GPH
Master of Arts in Education major in Religious Education GMR
Master of Arts in Education major in Special Education GSE
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, ARCHITECTURE & TECHNOLOGY CODE
Doctor of Philosophy major in Engineering Education GEE
Master of Engineering major in Civil Engineering MOC
Master of Engineering major in Industrial Engineering MOI
Master of Architecture MOA
COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND COMMUNICATION CODE
Doctor of Philosophy in Language Education with specialization in English GPL
Doctor of Philosophy in Language Education with specialization in Filipino GPF
Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology GCP
Master of Arts in Filipino GMF
Master of Arts in English as a Second Language GML
Master of Arts in Teaching-Social Sciences GMS
COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND COMPUTER STUDIES CODE
Doctor of Philosophy in Biology GPB
Master in Mathematics GNN
Master of Arts in Mathematics GMM
Master of Science in Biology GMB
Master of Science in Environmental Science GES
Master of Science in Physical Science GMP

Scholarships

As part of the University's ideal to provide access to Lasallian education for all, the Student Scholarship Office was created to extend financial assistance to deserving undergraduate and graduate students. The funds that mostly come from the general budget are supplemented by donations from agencies or foundations that support the program.

This financial assistance is a clear manifestation of the University's goal to provide deserving students access to Lasallian education.

Campus Tour

DLSU-D Viewbook

Campus Tour is applicable only to currently enrolled third and fourth year students in the requesting school. The three-hour activity which is done on a weekday includes: Information Session and Walking Tour within the DLSU-D campus.

Form Download
Guidelines and Request for Campus Tour pdf

Location

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CSA Team

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Contact Admissions



Center for Student Admissions
Gregoria Montoya Hall
DLSU - Dasmariñas
Cavite, Philippines 4115

For questions and inquiries:
email us at admission@dlsud.edu.ph.
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Trunkline:
Cavite +63 (46) 481.1900 local 3029
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