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Admission - Master in Participatory Development

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ADMISSION POLICIES OF MASTER IN PARTICIPATORY DEVELOPMENT

Requirements:

Graduates with a baccalaureate degree, preferably in the field of social sciences from an accredited college or university. English proficiency (both oral and written). At least one year experience n community development work.


A: Filipino Applicants;

Applicants must submit the following:

1. Transcript of Records
2. Honorable Dismissal
3. Accomplished application form (download form here)
4. ID pictures - 2 copies 1x1
5. Birth Certificate (authenticated)

B: Foreign Applicants

The foreign student applicant directly communicates with the school and complies with the school's institutional requirements which shall include the submission of the following documents for initial evaluation;

1. Completed Application Form and Personal History Statement
2. Photocopy of Transcript of Records
3. Letter of Reference from two (2) former professors

Submitted documents will be evaluated by the admission's committee after which you will be properly informed as to the status of your application. Should you be accepted DMSF will send you the following;

1. Notice of Acceptance (NOA)
2. Personal History Statement (PHS) forms for you to fill up (11 copies)

The necessary requirements e completed and returned back to the Office of the Dean including the following documents duly authenticated by the Philippine Foreign Service Post in the country of origin ( required by the DFA);

1. Official Transcript of Records
2. A notarized affidavit of Financial Support
3. A photocopy of passport pages where Name, Photo, Birth Date and Birthplace appears
4. Student's Personal History Statement
5. Police Clearance certificate issued by the National Police Authorities in the student's country of origin
6. Birth Certificate
7. Letter of Recommendations from two (2 former professor

Note: All these documents should be mailed in time for the following scheduled semesters;

* First semester class ( June) - Documents should be submitted on or before March 30.
* Second semester class ( November ) - On or before September 15.
• Summer Class - On or before January 15.

• Enrollment Schedule:

First Semester: 1st week of June - 2nd week of June
Second Semester: Last week of October - 2nd week of November
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For more information, write or call;

Ms. Josephine B. Alindajao, MPD
Executive Director
Institute of Primary Health Care
Davao Medical School Foundation
PO Box 80712, Bajada, Davao City

Tel. Nos. (082)226-23-44
Fax Nos. (063-082) 221-35-27
E-mail address: iphc@email.dmsf.edu.ph, registrar@email.dmsf.edu.ph

For further details, please contact:

Ms. Victoria T. Lupase, Ph.D.
Director, IGSR
Davao Medical School Foundation (DMSF)
Davao Medical Drive Bajada, Davao City
Tel Nos. (063)(082)226-2344 Loc. 211
igsr@email.dmsf.edu.ph , vicky@email.dmsf.edu.ph

Ms. Melanie P. Joaquin
DMSF- CERDH Secretary
Davao Medical School Foundation (DMSF)
Medical Drive Bajada, Davao City
Tel Nos. (063)(082)226-2344 Loc. 211
thinnee@email.dmsf.edu.ph
, thinnee@yahoo.com

 

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