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    OWWA releases scholarship exam results AY 2014-2015 |List of Passers

    Manila, Philippines - The Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) has recently released the results of scholarship exam for academic year AY 2014-2015 conducted in September 2013 in various testing centers nationwide.

    READ: List of Passers: OWWA Scholarship Exam Results AY 2015-2016
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    Out of the 4,476 total applicants, the list of the top 200 passers for the Education for Development Scholarship Program (EDSP) was announced. In addition, qualifiers for Congressional Migrant Workers Scholarship Program (CMWSP) were also named.

    According to OWWA, the number of scholarships was doubled this year from 100 slots.

    OWWA scholarship examination was facilitated by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST).

    The EDSP is a scholarship grant offered to qualified beneficiaries/dependents of active OWWA members who intend to enroll in any four or five-year course. The program offers a financial assistance intended for education amounting to P30,000.00 per semester or equivalent to P60,000.00 per school year.

    A passer of CMWSP is for inactive OFWs not more than 45 years or their children not more than 21 years old who wish to take up science and technology courses at any CHED accredited school within the region. This grant includes tuition fee and other school fees of P10,000 per semester, monthly stipend of P3,500, book allowance of P1,000, and clothing allowance of P500.

    OWWA EDSP 2013 Qualifiers (here's the partial list of passers from Regional OWWA offices):

    29 students from the SOCCSKSARGEN Region passed the qualifying examinations for two of Overseas Workers Welfare Administration’s (OWWA) scholarship programs.

    For the Education for Development Scholarship Program (EDSP) the passers are:
    1. Gedorio, Alessa Juanitas
    2. Macuja, Sarah Jane Bello
    3. Sucayan, Angelica Jacinto

    For the Congressional Migrant Workers Scholarship program, 26 examinees have qualified namely:

    1. Andangat, Rahima M.
    2. Banayag, Carl Patrick Jamila
    3. Castro, Jenilyn Escobia
    4. Donsol, Michael Adrian Navales
    5. Emanel, Irene Mae Cruz
    6. Enriquez, Jasper Bañez
    7. Facinabao, James Benedict Huqueriza
    8. Faelangca, Karren Camariñas
    9. Galapon, Edgar Allan Jr. Salvador
    10. Gani, Omar Sayeed Piang
    11. Juaman, Ramon Jr. Geronimo
    12. Labajo, Vane Futolan
    13. Luces, Libertine Del Pilar
    14. Macailing, Ceasar Ian Cenita
    15. Montañer, Reedskey Joenaida Asgal
    16. Nakila, Hannie Fiehl B
    17. Noman, Pauline Psalm Yoro
    18. Omandac, Izeel Claire Comparativo
    19. Pabon, Robert Jr. Serrano
    20. Pelias, Marvin Dave M
    21. Rodinas, Zeasar Ian S
    22. Tending, Adnairah Mae Nor
    23. Tiad, Chilsse Sebua
    24. Torre, Valeria Hannah Colcol
    25. Usman, Raina Tulah
    26. Villaneza, Maria Kassandra Lumayag


    Students from Western Visayas qualified in the OWWA -EDSP scholarship program:

    1. Renz Napoule T. Alcallaga from Janiuay, Iloilo
    2. Jan Michael G. Cabrera from Jaro, Iloilo City
    3. Dannielle Joyce B. Dela Cruz from Arevalo, Iloilo City
    4. Ma. Ella Dean R. Jaruda from Kalibo, Aklan
    5. John Francis P. Lazo from Victorias City, Negros Occidental
    6. Ayran Andrea M. Marterior from Tagbak, Jaro, Iloilo City
    7. Leanne Aila T. Monserate from Talisay City, Negros Occidental
    8. Cyra Dawn N. Montano from Kalibo, Aklan
    9. Kristof Harry A. Palma from La Paz, Iloilo City
    10. Neil Phillip J. Poral from Tacas, Jaro, Iloilo City
    11. Arianne A. Puno from Hamtic, Antique
    12. Niña Azila A. Sainz from Pavia, Iloilo
    13. Lyka Rica S. Salazar from Malay, Aklan
    14. Christian Simon D. Solinap from new Lucena, Iloilo
    15. Jason Anthony T. Supeña from Arevalo, Iloilo City
    16. Ted Oliver S. Tamayo from Dumangas, Iloilo
    17. Shaun Andre V. Tan from Bacolod City, Negros Occidental
    18. Gevic Kay P. Velez from Buenavista, Guimaras.


    List of 2013 EDSP and CM WSP Qualifying Examination Passers from Region 3:

    List of 2013 EDSP and CM WSP Qualifying Examination Passers from Region 3


    12 new scholars under CMWSP OWWA-ARMM:

    Province of Maguindanao
    1. Jabbary, Jashim A. – Tamontaka, Datu Odin Sinsuat, Maguindanao
    2. Matabalao, Ameer Nur M. – Poblacion Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao
    3. Salik, Fahamuddin S. – Simuay, Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao

    Province of Basilan
    1. Abdulrahman, Marlina R – Riverside St., Lamitan City, Basilan
    2. Abdurajak, Afnan S. – Bato, Lamitan City, Basilan
    3. Amerin, Ameera S. – Limook, Lamitan City, Basilan
    4. Aspalin, Halija M. – Baas, Lamitan City, Basilan
    5. Cabañal, Jaybel – Brgy. Balobo, Lamitan City, Basilan
    6. Cohombo, Babylyn T. – Lamitan City, Basilan
    7. Damil, Binshihon H. – Riverside St., Lamitan, Basilan
    8. Malana, Rey Gerald I. – Brgy. Lumuhin, Lamitan City, Basilan
    9. Tompong, Shunn Valery G. – Brgy. Maligaya, Lamitan City, Basilan

    Note: The complete list of EDSP and CMWSP qualifiers will be posted here once available online. TheSummitExpress will update this page once results for other regions were already released. You may also visit to the nearest OWWA Regional Office to check for the list of passers.

    Updates: 

    OWWA announces Top 200 qualifiers of EDSP for SY 2014 - 2015

    Top 101 List of Passers OWWA Scholarship (CMWSP) SY 2014-2015


    In addition, official information for the passers will be sent directly to the scholar qualifiers and to their corresponding schools principals or heads.

    OWWA said that the non-qualifiers for the EDSP can still apply for the OFW Dependents Scholarship Program (ODSP) where, if qualified, a student will receive an amount of P10,000.00 per semester or P20,000.00 per school year.

    Meanwhile, OWWA in some regions are now accepting applications for the Education for Development Scholarship Program (EDSP) and Congressional Migrant Workers Scholarship Program (CMWSP) for school year 2015-2016.

    The scholarship grants are part of the continued efforts of the OWWA and the government to look after the welfare and condition of the OFWs and provide them with support in recognition of their valuable contribution to the country's economy.

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