Admissions

Admissions Policy, Procedures, and Requirements

General Admissions Policy

1. The Board of Admissions will evaluate student applicants based on the following:

a. Grades and Deportment

b. Admissions Test Result

c. SBCA Primary School Behavior Appraisal or Student Academic and Discipline Appraisal

d. Performance at interview, if interviewed.

e. Medical Clearance (Fit-To-Enroll) obtained from the SBCA Health and Services Department (clinic).

  2. The Admissions application is on a FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED basis.   NOTE: Applicant may be required to submit other documents not mentioned above on a case-to-case basis upon evaluation of admission application.

Application Procedure

STEP 1:   Accomplish the online application form and submit the complete requirements.

Online Application form :

https://ienroll.sanbeda-alabang.edu.ph/SERP/Applicant/SBA.Register.aspx

    * Applicants who had successfully “SUBMITTED” an application will receive an email from the Admissions Office within 4 working days regarding the application status and the Guidelines on Admissions Fee.

STEP 2: Pay the non-refundable admissions fee to be scheduled for the entrance examination.

 Follow the instructions provided in the Guidelines on Admissions Fee. Admission fee is waived to the applicants from Benedictine Schools.

  Admissions Fee:

  Basic Education and College   : PhP 650.00

  Graduate School                          : PhP 700.00

  School of Law                               : PhP 1200.00

  Foreign Applicants                      : $     50.00

STEP 3:   Take the Entrance Examination

  Entrance Examination is waived for the students from Benedictine Schools,   and applicants for the School of Engineering and Technology, Graduate School,   and School of Law Transferees.

  * QUALIFIED applicants will receive a Notice of Admissions Status (NAS) and   the Pre-enrollment Guidelines (Medical Requirement) thru email.

  STEP 4:  Comply the medical requirements.

  * Applicants who passed the medical examination “fit-to-enroll” will be endorsed   for enrollment.

  STEP 5:  Submit the Original copy of Report Card / TOR to the Registrar’s Office during enrollment.

Special guidelines for San Beda College Alabang Grade 12 High School students.

All Graduating High School students of SBCA shall be granted automatic admission in any program of the Tertiary Schools. The admission fee is free, and the students are exempted in the entrance examination.

Application Procedure

STEP 1:   Accomplish the online application form and submit (only) a recent 2×2 ID picture   with red background. Upload a blank document/picture in the Admission   Requirements section instead of the required documents.

Online Application form :

https://ienroll.sanbeda-alabang.edu.ph/SERP/Applicant/SBA.Register.aspx

* The Admissions Office will email a Notice of Admissions Status (NAS) and the   Pre-enrollment Guidelines (Medical Requirement) within 4 working days.

STEP 2:  Comply the medical requirements.

  * Applicants who passed the medical examination “fit-to-enroll” will be endorsed   for enrollment. 

STEP 3:  Proceed to the Registrar’s Office during enrollment.

Admissions Requirements

  • For Nursery Children with a minimum age of 4 years old by October 31 of the school year applied for
  • For Kinder Children with a minimum age of 5 years old by October 31 of the school year applied for
  1. Latest report card with Learner Reference Number (LRN) (not required to nursery and kinder applicants)
SBCA Behavioral Appraisal Form

3. PSA Birth Certificate

4. 2×2 ID picture with red background

5. Catholic Baptismal Certificate or duly accomplished agreement for Non-Catholic Form

6. Admission Fee

Note:

IF QUALIFIED (passed the admission criteria set for the level), the original Final Report Card with Learner Reference Number (LRN) duly signed by the school principal or registrar with Level of Promotion and School Dry Seal must be submitted to the registrar’s office upon confirmation of enrollment.

Freshman, Transferee, and Second-Degree

1.  For freshman, latest report card (SF9/ Form 138) with Learner Reference Number (LRN)  

   For transferee, Transcript of Records or Certified True Copy of Grades with Grading System        For second-degree applicant, Transcript of Records

3. PSA Birth Certificate

4. 2×2 ID picture with red background

5. Catholic Baptismal Certificate or duly accomplished agreement for Non-Catholic Form

6. Admission Fee

Note:

IF QUALIFIED (passed the admission criteria set for the program), the following documents must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office upon confirmation of enrollment:

  • Freshman Applicants

Original Final Report Card with Learner Reference Number (LRN) duly signed by the school principal or registrar with Level of Promotion and School Dry Seal must be submitted to the Registrar’s office.

  • Transferees and Second-Degree Applicants

– Transfer Credential or Honorable Dismissal or Certificate of Eligibility to Transfer

– Description of all the subjects taken from the previous school for the evaluation and crediting of subjects

  • All Graduating High School students at San Beda College Alabang shall be granted automatic admission in any program of the Tertiary Schools. The Admission fee is free, and the students are exempted in the entrance examination.
  • Only applicants with college degree are eligible to apply.
  • MBA applicants must have at least 6 months of work experience.

1. Transcript of Records

3. Certificate of Good Moral

4. PSA Birth Certificate

5. 2×2 ID picture with red background

6. Catholic Baptismal Certificate or duly accomplished agreement for Non-Catholic Form

7. Admission Fee

Note:

IF QUALIFIED (passed the admission criteria set for the program), the following documents are to be submitted to the Registrar’s Office upon confirmation of enrollment:

  • Certificate of Eligibility to Transfer/Transfer Credentials or Honorable Dismissal (not required for SBCA graduates) issued by the Registrar’s Office of the last school attended.
  • In the absence of Certificate of Eligibility to Transfer/Transfer Credentials or Honorable Dismissal, an Original Copy of the Official Transcript of Records with Special Order Number and with remarks “For Further Studies” or “Copy valid for San Beda College Alabang Graduate School”
Freshmen, Transferees, and Refresher

1. Transcript of Records.

If TOR is not available yet, freshman applicants may also provide the Certificate of candidacy for graduation

3. Certificate of Good Moral

4. PSA Birth Certificate

5. 2×2 ID picture with red background

6. Catholic Baptismal Certificate or duly accomplished agreement for Non-Catholic Form

7. Admission Fee

Note:

IF QUALIFIED (passed the admission criteria set for the program), the following requirements are to be submitted to the Registrar’s Office upon confirmation of enrollment:

  • Certificate of Eligibility to Transfer/Transfer Credentials or Honorable Dismissal (not required for SBCA graduates) issued by the Registrar’s Office of the last school attended.
  • In the absence of the above document, an Original Copy of the Official Transcript of Records with Special Order Number and with remarks “For Further Studies” or “Copy valid for San Beda College Alabang School of Law”
  1. Latest report card
    • If the applicant has attended daycare/ play school/ learning center prior to applying to San Beda College Alabang, please submit a copy of their progress report/ grades (Nursery & Kinder applicants)
    • If the applicant has not attended a school before applying to SBCA, there is no need to upload any document (Nursery & Kinder applicants)
  1. SBCA Student Academic and Discipline Appraisal form (downlodable)
  2. Documents with an English translation and duly authenticated (“Consularization” or “Red-Ribbon” or “Apostilled”) by the Philippine Foreign Service Post located at the student applicant’s country of origin:
    • Certificate of Year level completed from the last school attended (with school’s dry seal) or Certificate of Graduation
    • Transcript of records with corresponding numerical equivalence or interpretation (with school’s dry seal)

* Authentication of the transcript of records/report cards is not required for applicants previously enrolled in Elementary and Secondary Philippine schools or Philippine-recognized schools abroad. 

  1. PSA Birth Certificate
  2. 2×2 ID picture with red background

6. Catholic Baptismal Certificate or duly accomplished agreement for Non-Catholic Form

7. Admission Fee

Note:

IF QUALIFIED (passed the admission criteria set for the level), an Original Transcript of Records / Final Report Card with Learner Reference Number (LRN) duly signed by the school principal or registrar with Level of Promotion and School Dry Seal must be submitted to the registrar’s office upon confirmation of enrollment.

1. Copy of Passport

2. Documents with an English translation and duly authenticated (“Consularization” or “Red-Ribbon” or “Apostilled”) by the Philippine Foreign Service Post located at the student applicant’s country of origin:

2.1 Certificate of Year level completed from the last school attended (with school’s dry seal) and Graduation Certificates

2.2 Transcript of records (complete education history) with corresponding numerical equivalence or interpretation (with school’s dry seal)

2.3. Birth Certificate / Household Registry

2.4. Catholic Baptismal Certificate or duly accomplished agreement for Non-Catholic Form

3. If previously enrolled in a Philippine school:

3.1 Copy of ACR

3.2 Copy of Study Permit/Student Visa

4. If previously enrolled in Elementary and Secondary Philippine School:

4.1 Recommendation from the Elementary or High School Principal and Adviser or Guidance Counselor (Use SBCA Student Academic and Discipline Appraisal Form)

4.2. Certified true copy of the current report card

4.3.  Certificate of Good Moral Character

5. If previously enrolled in a Tertiary Philippine school

5.1. Recommendation from the Dean and Teacher, Discipline Head or, Guidance Counselor (Use SBCA Student Academic and Discipline Appraisal Form for College)

5.2.  True Copy of Grades for Evaluation

5.3.  Description of all subjects taken from previous school

5.4  Certificate of Good Moral Character

 Note: Once admitted, the transfer credential or honorable dismissal is a requirement for enrollment.

6.  2”x 2” ID picture w/ red background

Note:

IF QUALIFIED (passed the admission criteria set for the level), an Original Transcript of Records / Final Report Card with Learner Reference Number (LRN) duly signed by the school principal or registrar with Level of Promotion and School Dry Seal must be submitted to the registrar’s office upon confirmation of enrollment.

Schedule of Fees

Visit the Finance Department’s online platform to view the Current Fees.

Link>>> https://sites.google.com/view/sbca-finance/home/schedule-of-fees <<<

Frequently Asked Questions

A: The admissions period extends until July. We will continue to process applications for Basic Education (K-12) until slots are filled.

A: Complete the online application form and upload the required admissions documents. Further instructions will be sent via email by the Admissions Office.

A: Yes, onsite applicants will be accommodated and assisted by the Admissions Office.

A: Once you have successfully submitted your application, you will receive an email from the Admissions Office within 4 working days detailing the application status and Guidelines on Admission Fee Payment. Online and onsite payment options are available.

A: An entrance examination is scheduled for AY 2024-2025. However, applicants to the School of Engineering and Technology and the Graduate School, as well as those from Benedictine Schools, are exempted.

A: We can begin processing your application upon submission of the minimum required documents, such as your latest grades and the Appraisal Form completed by your previous teacher, adviser, or guidance counselor.

A: Documents should be uploaded through the online application form. Alternatively, applicants may email pending requirements to the designated admissions staff.

A: Yes, San Beda College Alabang welcomes transfer students. Transferees should follow the Application Procedure for New Students.

A: Across all levels and departments, classes are conducted in a fully face-to-face mode.

A: Books are included in the school fees. Information regarding the availability of uniforms will be announced during enrollment.

A: Yes, San Beda College Alabang offers various Scholarship Grants & Financial Aid programs:

  • Alcuin Scholarship Grant (Entrance Scholar) – Offered for the Top 1 and Top 2 students from schools with a minimum of 200 students from the batch.
  • Bernard of Clairvaux Scholarship Grant (Academic Scholars)
  • Lorenzo Ruiz Scholarship Grant (Athletics Scholars)
  • Benedict Scholarship Grant (Service Scholars).
  • Scholarship is also offered to graduates with Latin honors.

For more information regarding scholarship, contact the Registrar’s Office through trunk line 82367222 local 1090.

A: ESC / PEAC vouchers are accepted and should be presented to the Finance Department during enrollment. Only vouchers for Grade 11 will be accepted.

A: Class schedules vary by year level and program. Details are as follows:

  • Nursery & Kinder: AM & PM classes (AM Classes –  8:00AM to 10:30AM; PM Classes – 11:00 AM -1:30PM)
  • Grades 1 – 3: 7:00 AM – 2:00 PM
  • Grades 4 – 8: 7:40 AM – 3:20 PM
  • Grades 9 – 12: 7:00 AM – 3:20 PM (IBED and Tech. High)
  • College: Dependent on available schedules
  • School of Law: Most classes are from 4:30 onwards, including Saturdays.
  • Graduate School: Saturday classes only.

A: Qualified applicants with fit-to-enroll medical status will be endorsed for enrollment. Enrollment period is from June to August, with specific schedules provided by the Registrar’s Office.

A: Classes typically commence between July and August. Updates will be posted as information becomes available.

A: The academic term is semester-based, with the first semester from July/August to December and the second semester from January to May. The Graduate School operates on a trimester system.

A: For College, units per semester vary from 21 to 27 across all programs. Graduate School students can enroll in a maximum of ten (10) units and a minimum of three (3) units per trimester. School of Law students have a minimum requirement of ten (10) units per semester.

A: Previous subjects may be credited upon evaluation by the Board of Admissions during enrollment.

A: Yes, we accept working students. While there are no special classes, working students are given preference in selecting schedules tailored to their availability.

A: The schedule of fees for the current academic year (2023-2024) is available on the Finance Department’s online platform:

https://sites.google.com/view/sbca-finance/home/schedule-of-fees

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