The DOST-SEI JLSS 2024 is now open for interested applicants, including third-year college students. Access the necessary application forms.

The program supports third-year college students pursuing degrees in science and technology fields, aiming to develop a skilled workforce for national progress.

Explore the 2024 JUNIOR LEVEL SCIENCE SCHOLARSHIPS Program, offering valuable opportunities for students passionate about science and technology.

Learn about eligibility, benefits, and more in our comprehensive guide.

About: DOST-SEI JLSS 2024

The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) is the lead agency of the Philippine government tasked with the promotion and coordination of science and technology (S&T) activities in the country. 

With a mission to harness science and technology for national development, DOST aims to improve the lives of Filipinos through innovation, research, and development.

Programs Offered by DOST

DOST offers various programs and initiatives aimed at advancing science and technology (S&T) in the Philippines. 

These programs cover a wide range of areas, including research and development, education, entrepreneurship, and technology transfer. 

Some of the key programs offered by DOST include:

  1. Scholarship Programs: DOST provides scholarships to talented and deserving students to pursue higher education in science and technology (S&T) fields. 

These scholarships aim to develop the next generation of scientists, engineers, and innovators who will contribute to the country’s development. 

DOST offers multiple scholarship programs, including the 

DOST Undergraduate Scholarship Program, DOST Junior Level Science Scholarship (DOST JLSS) Program, DOST Accelerated Science and Technology Human Resource Development Program (ASTHRDP), and DOST Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) Merit Scholarship Program. 

  1. Research and Development Grants: DOST offers grants and funding support for research and development projects that address key national priorities and challenges. 

These projects aim to generate new knowledge, technologies, and innovations that will benefit society and the economy.

  1. Technology Transfer and Commercialization: DOST facilitates the transfer of technology from research institutions to the private sector for commercialization and adoption. 

This includes licensing agreements, technology demonstration, and incubation support for startups and entrepreneurs.

DOST Junior Level Science Scholarship (DOST JLSS) Program

The DOST JLSS Program 2024 aims to provide scholarships that finance the education of talented and deserving students in their third year of college, pursuing degree programs in science and technology. 

Its goal is to ensure a steady, adequate supply of qualified S&T human resources to steer the country towards national progress.

The DOST JLSS Program supports talented and qualified students aspiring to pursue a degree in S&T-related fields. Recipients receive financial assistance, including tuition, school fees, monthly stipends, book allowance, and other benefits. 

The program is available to junior level college students enrolled in priority S&T courses in partner institutions across the Philippines.

Eligibility:

To qualify for DOST Science and Technology (S&T) scholarships, applicants must meet specific criteria, including:

  • Being a natural-born Filipino citizen
  • Being a regular second-year college student enrolled in an identified priority S&T course at an identified university for the Second Semester of the school year
  • Having a general weighted average of at least 83% or its equivalent with no conditional or failing mark from the First Semester of the First Year until the First Semester of the Second Year in college, including midyear terms, if enrolled
  • Demonstrating good moral character and being in good health
  • Having taken the DOST-SEI Scholarship Examination before but not passing, or qualifying for the DOST-SEI Undergraduate Scholarship but not availing of the scholarship award

Additional criteria apply depending on the specific scholarship program:

  • For RA 7687 scholarships: Being a poor, talented, and deserving student who belongs to a family whose socio-economic status does not exceed the set values of certain indicators, and being a resident of the municipality for four (4) years or longer as attested by the barangay
  • For RA 10612 scholarships: No additional criteria beyond the general ones mentioned above apply.

Benefits:

Get a clear understanding of the financial assistance available through the DOST JLSS Program.

Below, find a breakdown of support for the regular academic year and summer sessions.

ExpenseAmount
Regular Academic Year
Tuition and other school fees₱40,000.00 / year
Learning Materials and/or Connectivity Allowance₱10,000.00 / year
Monthly Living Allowance₱7,000.00 / month
Transportation Allowance1 economy-class roundtrip fare
Group Health and Accident Insurance Premium
Thesis Allowance₱10,000.00
Graduation Allowance₱1,000.00
Summer Allowance (if required in the curriculum)
Tuition and other school fees₱10,000.00
Learning Materials and/or Connectivity Allowance₱2,000.00 (outright grant)
Monthly Living Allowance₱7,000.00 / month

Application Process:

In this section, you’ll find everything you need to know about applying for the DOST Junior Level Science Scholarship (JLSS) Program.

From requirements and deadlines to important notes and how to file your application, we’ve got you covered.

Let’s dive in and ensure you’re well prepared for this opportunity!

Requirements:

Here are the required documents for the DOST JLSS Program application.

  1. Certificate of Good Moral Character (Form C):
  • Download the form from the provided link.
  • Print each form on A4 bond paper.
  • Have these forms accomplished by the proper authorities/officials/persons as indicated in each form.
  • Make sure that each form is signed.
  • Scan or take a picture of each accomplished form and save the file.
  • Name each file: (Surname-Form __) when saving it.
  • Submit each form using the Upload Module in the E-Application System. Use the appropriate upload field for each file.

Click the button to download the form.

  1. Certificate of Good Health (Form D):

Click the button to download the form.

  1. Certificate of Program of Study and Year Level (Form E):

Click the button to download the form.

  1. Certificate of Residency (Form F):

Click the button to download the form.

  1. Commitment to Return Service (G1 for Merit/RA 7687, G2 for RA 10612):

Click the button to download the form.

  1. Applicant’s Certification Re- Not a DOST Scholar prior to this application (Form H):

Click the button to download the form.

  1. Applicant/Parent Declaration (Form I):

Click the button to download the form.

  1. Official Transcript of Records (TOR) or True Copy of Grades (TCG) or Grade Report:
  • This document should cover your academic performance from the first semester of your first year until the first semester of your second year in college, including any midyear terms if you were enrolled. It must be signed by the University Registrar or Dean of College.
  1. Recent Passport-size Photo:

The photo must meet specific requirements:

  • It should show 80% of the applicant’s face.
  • The background must be white, and the photo should be in color.
  • The name tag should be positioned approximately 1 inch below the chin, showing the full name written by hand (First Name, Middle Initial, Last Name, and Extension Name if applicable, e.g., JUAN C. DELA CRUZ, JR.), with the signature over the printed name.
  • It must be taken within the last three months before filing the application.

 Click the button to download the sample picture.

10. Parent/s or Legal Guardian’s 2021 Income Documents:

Submit a clear, signed copy of income tax returns, BIR Form 1701, employment contract for OFWs, BIR Certificate of Exemption from Filing Income Tax Returns, certificate of indigency, certificate of employment with compensation, or proof of pension. 

The document should clearly indicate the annual gross income, and the specific document required depends on the parent’s class of worker.

Click the button to View the form ITR and Class worker forms.

11. Notarized Affidavit of Guardianship:

This document is required if the applicant is not living with either of the parents.

Please click on the provided buttons to download each form and follow the instructions for completing and submitting them.

How to Apply:

Applying for the DOST JLSS Program is a straightforward process. Follow these steps to complete your application and seize this opportunity for academic advancement:

  1. Prepare Your Documents:
  • Gather all necessary documents and ensure they are fully completed and ready for submission. Scan or photograph them for online submission.
  1. Register with a Valid Email Address:
  • Provide a valid email address to begin the registration process. You’ll receive a verification email to confirm your registration.

   Click the button to start your registration.

  1. Log in if You Have an Existing Account:
  • If you’ve previously registered, log in to access your application.

   Click the button to log in to your account. (Available Soon)

  1. Complete Eligibility Assessment:
  • Answer the questions in the Eligibility Module to determine your eligibility for the scholarship. If ineligible, you’ll receive a Notice of Disqualification via email.
  1. Proceed to Application Modules:

Once deemed eligible, proceed to complete various data modules including:

Student Information Questionnaire

  • Personal Data
  • Contact Information
  • Family Data
  • Financial Contribution
  • Household Information Questionnaire
  • School Information
  • Upload Documents
  1. Upload Documents:
  • Follow the instructions to upload your documents. Ensure they are in .jpeg, .png, .bmp, or .pdf format, with a maximum size of 5MB per upload.
  1. Select Test Center Location:
  • Successful applicants can choose their preferred test center location. Choose wisely, as changes cannot be made after submission.
  1. Review and Submit:
  • Double-check all information for accuracy before submitting. Once submitted, no further changes can be made to your application.

By following these steps, you’ll be well on your way to applying for the DOST JLSS Program.

Deadlines:

Below are the deadlines and important dates to keep in mind for the DOST-SEI JLSS 2024 program application process.

Important Deadline/NoteDate
Start of Online Application PeriodMarch 4, 2024
Last Day of Online Application and Uploading of RequirementsMay 31, 2024
Schedule of Qualifying ExaminationJuly 28, 2024
Issuance of Test PermitJuly 28, 2024
Submission of Certification as Regular Third YearAugust 23, 2024
Announcement of Scholarship Qualifiers (Tentative)October 2024
Effectivity of Scholarship AwardFirst Semester of AY 2024-2025 (Exact date not given)

Issuance of Test Permit:

The pen and paper examination is scheduled for July 28, 2024.

Eligible applicants will receive a Test Permit via their registered email address sometime in July 2024. This permit will contain details about the test center, session, and other pertinent information.

Submission of Certification as Regular Third Year Status:

After enrolling in the First Semester of AY 2024-2025, applicants must secure a certification as a REGULAR THIRD YEAR student in their course from the University, or have Application Form E-1 signed by the university.

Submit this certification to SEI on or before August 23, 2024. This instruction will also be reiterated on the exam day.

Announcement of Scholarship Qualifiers:

Applicants whose performance in the scholarship examination meets the cut-off score will be considered potential qualifiers.

Notice of Award will be sent through the registered email address, advising applicants of the schedule for the orientation on the JLSS Policies and the Signing of the Scholarship Agreement.

Check the SEI website: https://sei.dost.gov.ph for announcements of scholarship qualifiers, tentatively in October 2024.

A qualifier and their parent or guardian must attend the Orientation on the S&T Scholarship Policies and sign the Scholarship Agreement to become a DOST-SEI scholar.

Effectivity of Scholarship Award:

The scholarship award is effective for the First Semester of AY 2024-2025.

Eligible Courses:

Discover various degree programs, including Mathematics Education, Aeronautical Engineering, and more. 

These programs are offered at top institutions like the University of the Philippines and other recognized universities and colleges.

  1. Bachelor in Mathematics Education
  2. Bachelor in Technology and Livelihood Education with Specialization in Information and Communications
  3. Bachelor of Library and Information Science
  4. BS Aeronautical Engineering
  5. BS Aerospace Engineering
  6. BS Agribusiness
  7. BS Agribusiness Management
  8. BS Agribusiness Management and Entrepreneurship
  9. BS Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering
  10. BS Agricultural Biotechnology1
  11. BS Agricultural Chemistry
  12. BS Agricultural Economics
  13. BS Agricultural Engineering
  14. BS Agricultural Technology
  15. BS Agriculture
  16. BS Animal Husbandry
  17. BS Animal Science
  18. BS Applied Mathematics
  19. BS Applied Mathematics major in Mathematical Finance2
  20. BS Applied Physics
  21. BS Applied Physics with Applied Computer System
  22. BS Applied Physics with Materials Science and Engineering2
  23. BS Applied Statistics
  24. BS Architecture
  25. BS Astronomy
  26. BS Astronomy Technology
  27. BS Basic Medical Sciences6
  28. BS Biochemistry
  29. BS Biology
  30. BS Biology for Teachers
  31. BS Biotechnology
  32. BS Ceramics Engineering
  33. BS Chemical Engineering
  34. BS Chemistry
  35. BS Chemistry Major in Business3
  36. BS Chemistry for Teachers
  37. BS Chemistry with Applied Computer Systems
  38. BS Chemistry with Materials Science and Engineering2
  39. BS Civil Engineering
  40. BS Clothing Technology
  41. BS Community Nutrition
  42. BS Computer Engineering
  43. BS Computer Science
  44. BS Electrical Engineering
  45. BS Electronics and Communications Engineering
  46. BS Environmental Engineering
  47. BS Electronics Engineering
  48. BS Environmental Science
  49. BS Fine Arts Major in Industrial Design
  50. BS Fisheries
  51. BS Food Science and Technology
  52. BS Food Technology
  53. BS Forestry
  54. BS Geodetic Engineering
  55. BS Geography
  56. BS Geology
  57. BS Geothermal Engineering
  58. BS Health Science
  59. BS Human Biology5
  60. BS Industrial Design
  61. BS Industrial Engineering
  62. BS Industrial Management Engineering-Information Technology3
  63. BS Industrial Pharmacy
  64. BS Information and Communications Technology
  65. BS Information System
  66. BS Information Technology
  67. BS Information Technology Systems
  68. BS Instrumentation and Control Engineering
  69. BS Life Sciences
  70. BS Management Information Systems2
  71. BS Manufacturing Engineering
  72. BS Manufacturing Engineering-Management-Biomedical Engineering3
  73. BS Manufacturing Engineering-Management-Mechatronics and Robotics3
  74. BS Marine Biology
  75. BS Marine Science
  76. BS Materials Engineering
  77. BS Mathematics
  78. BS Mathematics and Science Teaching
  79. BS Mathematics for Teachers
  80. BS Mechanical Engineering
  81. BS Mechatronics Engineering
  82. BS Medical Laboratory Science
  83. BS Medical Technology
  84. BS Metallurgical Engineering
  85. BS Meteorology
  86. BS Microbiology
  87. BS Mining Engineering
  88. BS Molecular Biology and Biotechnology
  89. BS Nutrition
  90. BS Nutrition and Dietetics
  91. BS Packaging Engineering
  92. BS Petroleum Engineering
  93. BS Pharmaceutical Sciences
  94. BS Pharmacy (4-year program)
  95. BS Pharmacy major in Clinical Pharmacy (5-year program)
  96. BS Physics
  97. BS Physics for Teachers
  98. BS Psychology
  99. BS Public Health
  100. BS Speech Pathology
  101. BS Statistics
  102. BSE Biological Sciences
  103. BSE Biology
  104. BSE Biology-Chemistry4
  105. BSE Chemistry
  106. BSE General Sciences
  107. BSE Mathematics
  108. BSE Physical Sciences
  109. BSE Physics
  110. BSE Physics-Chemistry4
  111. BSE Physics-Mathematics4
  112. BSE Science
  113. Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

1 UP System only

2 4yrs, ADMU only

3 DLSU-Manila only

4 4yrs, USC only

5 3yrs, DLSU-Manila only

6 4 yrs, UPM only

Study Placements:

  • University of the Philippines
  • State Universities and Colleges
  • Private Institutions recognized by CHED as Centers of Excellence or Centers of Development or have FAAP Level III accreditation for the priority S&T programs of study

Contact Details:

For any inquiries or concerns, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the S&T Scholarship Division. Here are their contact details:

Telephone Numbers : (02)8830 8876; (02) 8330 8826
Mobile Numbers : 09278868816; 09215260814
e-mail: jlsseapp@gmail.com

Final Thoughts:

The DOST and DOST JLSS programs offer invaluable opportunities for aspiring scholars to pursue their academic dreams in science and technology fields.

Through comprehensive financial support, including tuition coverage, living allowances, and other benefits, these programs aim to empower talented individuals to excel in their chosen fields and contribute to the country’s development.

By applying for the DOST and DOST JLSS programs, you gain access to a wide range of benefits, including financial assistance, academic support, and networking opportunities.

These programs not only provide the necessary resources for your education but also pave the way for personal and professional growth, opening doors to a brighter future in the fields of science and technology.

Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to pursue your passion for science and technology with the support of the DOST and DOST JLSS programs.

Take the first step towards your academic journey by applying today and unlocking a world of possibilities for your future success.

Start your application now and embark on a path towards excellence in science and technology.

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References:

DOST-SEI JLSS 2024 Application
  1. Science Education Institute – Department of Science and Technology. (2024). Junior Level Science Scholarships (JLSS) 2024. Department of Science and Technology. https://www.facebook.com/ScienceEducationInstituteDOST/photos/a.228775975947655/810142341144346
  2. SEI. Undergraduate S&T Scholarships. DOST-SEI. https://sei.dost.gov.ph/index.php/2018/05/04/undergraduate-s-t-scholarships/
  3. Science Scholarships. DOST JLSS Program. Science Scholarships. https://www.science-scholarships.ph/#/
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4 responses to “DOST-SEI JLSS 2024 | Application Now Open!”

  1. Thank you for sharing your thoughts. I truly appreciate your efforts and I will be
    waiting for your further write ups thanks once again.

  2. Sophia Montilla Argos Avatar
    Sophia Montilla Argos

    I really need scholarship because my parents can’t afford my tuition fee and we are poor I really want to go in college

  3. Allaisa Layma Avatar
    Allaisa Layma

    Dear Ma’am and Sir,

    Good day Ma’am and Sir . I am writing to express my sincere interest in being considered for the scholarship, despite my current academic standing.

    I understand that my grades may not meet the typical criteria for this scholarship. However, I wanted to provide some context for my situation. Last month, my grandmother suffered a stroke, and I have been her primary caregiver since then. With my aunts and uncles busy trying to find money for her medication and hospital bills, I have taken on the responsibility of caring for her. We are a low-income family, and we cannot afford to hire a caregiver for her.

    Due to these circumstances, I have not been able to devote as much time to my studies as I would have liked. Despite this, I am determined to improve my academic performance. If granted the scholarship, I promise to dedicate myself to my studies and make the most of this opportunity.

    I am aware of the importance of education in achieving my goals, and I am committed to overcoming any challenges that come my way. I hope you will consider my application favorably. Thank you for considering my request.

    Sincerely,
    Allaisa Layma

  4. Liza Labuan Avatar
    Liza Labuan

    do you have scholarship for senior high po? thank you

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