Undergraduate Scholarships

Undergraduate Scholarships

Undergraduate Scholarships

A. Merial Philippines, Inc. Undergraduate Scholarship Grant

This scholarship started in the 1st semester, 1992-1993 and sponsored by Merial Philippines, Inc. It is offered to an incoming 3rd year veterinary proper student at CVM and provides the following privileges: commutable matriculation and other school fees at Php6,000.00 per semester; monthly stipend of Php1,500.00 per month (four months per semester); book allowance of Php1,000.00 per semester; instrument and uniform allowance of Php2,000.00 per semester; and thesis allowance of Php3,000.00 per semester on the Senior year.

B. National Cockers Association Scholarship Grant

This is sponsored by the National Cockers Association and grants scholarship to two incoming 3rd year veterinary proper students at CVM. The recipient shall be given the following: commutable matriculation fees of Php6,000.00 per semester; clothing allowance of Php2,000.00 per semester; book allowance of Php1,500.00 per semester; and instrument and uniform allowance of Php3,000.00 per semester.

C. Venerable Knight Veterinarians Alumni Undergraduate Scholarship Grant

This is sponsored by the Venerable Knight Veterinarians (VKV) Alumni Association and is given to a deserving 2nd year proper veterinary student at CVM, The scholar shall be given the following: commutable matriculation and other school fees at Php6,000.00 per semester; allowance for books and other school supplies at Php1,500.00 per semester; and stipend of Php2,000.00/month per semester.

D. Dr. Teodulo M. Topacio, Jr. Foundation, Inc. Undergraduate Partial Scholarship Grant

This scholarship is sponsored by former CVM dean Dr. Teodulo M. Topacio, Jr. through the Dr. Teodulo M. Topacio, Jr. Foundation, Inc. and awarded to a deserving 4th year veterinary proper student at CVM. The scholar shall be entitled to the following: commutable matriculation and other fees at Php6,000.00 per semester; and laboratory, thesis and miscellaneous expenses at Php2,500.00 per semester.

E. GCO Agri-Ventures Scholarship Grant

This is sponsored by GCO Agri-Ventures and is awarded to a deserving incoming veterinary proper student at CVM. The recipient will be given the following privileges: commutable matriculation and other school fees at Php7,000.00 per semester; stipend of Php2,500.00/month per semester; and allowance for books and other school supplies at Php1,750.00.

F. Philippine Canine Club, Inc. (PCCI) Scholarship Grant

The PCCI scholarship grant through its President, Atty. Byron G. San Pedro, provides full support to two qualified DVM students in their first year of pre-veterinary curriculum until graduation. The basic semestral privileges of grantees include: commutable matriculation and other school fees of not more than Php7,000.00/semester for the First to Fourth Year and Php7,500.00/semester for the Fifth to Sixth Year; stipend for five months at P4,000.00/month for the First to Fourth Year and Php5,000.00/semester for the Fifth to Sixth Year; and allowance for books and other school supplies at Php2,000.00/semester from First to Fourth Year and Php2,500.00/semester from Fifth to Sixth Year.

G. Masako and Hiromitsu Katoh Veterinary Scholarship Grant

This is sponsored by Dr. Hiromitsu Katoh and his wife, Masako. Dr. Katoh is a DVM graduate and owner of Poultry Products Quality Control Co. Ltd as well as Consultant and Adviser of the Association of Fukushima Poultry Industry. The grant provides full financial support to four deserving CVM proper students every year until graduation. The recipients will be given the following privileges: full payment of tuition fees; stipend of Php3,500.00 for five months; book and school supplies allowance of Php2,000.00 per semester; clothing/uniform allowance of Php3,000.00 per semester; travel allowance of Php1,000.00 per semester; and
thesis or equivalent graduation requirements allowance of Php4,000.00.

H. Univet Nutrition and Animal Healthcare Company (UNAHCO) Veterinary Scholarship Grant

This is sponsored by UNAHCO and provides full financial support to two qualified Filipino Third Year veterinary proper students every year until graduation, provided that they maintain an average weighed grade of 2.0 or better in all their academic subjects in the previous semester. In addition, they must also have no grade of 5.0, unremoved grade of 4.0 or Incomplete, or drop any subject thereby reducing their regular academic load. The recipients will be given the following privileges: tuition, book, instrument and tuition allowance; and stipend for five months.