How do I apply for a scholarship at University of San Agustin?

02/13/2021 Off By admin

How do I apply for a scholarship at University of San Agustin?


  1. Download the Entrance Scholarship Application Form (USA-ASP-F10) attached.
  2. Fill out the google form.
  3. Attach the requirements (please refer the list below) and the accomplished form (USA-ASP-F10) and submit not later than April 16, 2021.

What is the function of the University of San Agustin?

University of San Agustin now provides academic programs from Basic Education up to post graduate studies in the areas of Law, Business, Education, Computer Studies, Arts and Sciences, Performing Arts, Music, Engineering, Medical Technology, Nursing and Pharmacy.

Where is the best school to study law in the Philippines?

Update: Based on the 11 August 2020 Facebook post of the Legal Education Board, the top performing schools in the 2019 bar exams with at least 63 examinees are: University of the Philippines (82.46%) Ateneo de Manila University (81.38%) San Beda University (77.55%)

What is the best preparatory course for law?

Top 10 Best Pre-law Majors (see also: what did most law school students major in?)

  1. Political Science – 9,612 admitted.
  2. Other – 2,917 admitted.
  3. Psychology – 2,960 admitted.
  4. Criminal Justice – 2,220 admitted.
  5. English – 2,564 admitted.
  6. History – 2,657 admitted.
  7. Economics – 2,373 admitted.
  8. Philosophy – 1,858 admitted.

Is PhiLSAT still required 2020?

7 and its related issuances on the Philippine Law School Admission Test (PhiLSAT) are hereby suspended for Academic Year (AY) 2020 – 2021. In place of the PhiLSAT, law schools shall administer their own substitute admission exam to individuals who wish to be admitted into the law program.

Is studying law Expensive?

According to the U.S. News and World Report annual survey of over 197 law programs, the average cost of attending a private law school is $43,020 and attending a public law school costs an average of $26,264 for in-state residents and $39,612 for out-of-state students.