GSIS Scholarship


By League of Cities of the Philippines
May 12, 2014


Reference No. (2014-05-017)
 
MEMORANDUM
 
TO : THE HONORABLE CITY MAYORS
   
FROM : EDUARDO R. SOLIMAN, JR.
  Executive Director
   
RE : GSIS Scholarship
DATE: May 12, 2014

 


 

On 7 May 2014, we obtained a letter from the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) requesting our office to disseminate the information regarding their schloarship program.

GSIS will be awarding 200 scholarship grants to deserving incoming freshmen students of GSIS dependents provided that the salary grade of GSIS member si at 24 or its equivalent. Other relevant information for this scholarship includes

-April 23 to May 23, 2014: Nomination period for academic year 2014-2015
-P20,000 for tuition and P2,000 for stipend: scholarship package
-www.gsis.gov.ph: to download scholarship application form, program guidelines and list of accredited educational institutions. Just click the scholarship link found on the webpage.

The scholarship materials provided by GSIS will also be uplaoded in the LCP website www.lcp.org.ph under LCP Memoranda.

For your information

Click here to view GSIS Scholarship Program

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