LIST OF PASSERS: DOST Scholarship Exam Results AY 2019-2020


MANILA, Philippines – The Department of Science and Technology - Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) will release the full results of October 2018 DOST Scholarship exam for academic year AY 2019-2020 anytime in March 2019 or in five (5) months after the exam. The complete list of passers is available here as officially announced online.

LIST OF PASSERS: DOST Scholarship Exam Results AY 2019-2020

The national qualifying examinations for DOST-SEI’s two undergraduate scholarship programs, namely, the Republic Act 7687 or the Science and Technology Scholarship Act of 1994, and the Merit Scholarship Program were administered on Sunday, October 21, 2018 in various testing centers nationwide.


After the record-breaking 8,994 number of qualifiers in previous exam, DOST Secretary Fortunato de la Peña and DOST-SEI Director Josette Biyo are hoping to increase the number of scholars for 2019.

Meanwhile, the names of passers are usually being published in leading newspapers and will be posted in the SEI website. The selection of awardees is final and unappealable.


  • List of Qualifiers: A-L | M-Z

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The DOST scholarship program is open to graduating students of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) strand and non–STEM students who belong to the upper top five percent of the graduating class who wish to pursue a college degree on Basic and Applied Sciences, Engineering, Science and Mathematics Teaching.

DOST undergraduate scholars will benefit from the following:
  • increased monthly stipend of P7,000 per month
  • P40,000 per year tuition and other school fees subsidy
  • P10,000 per year book allowance
  • one-time P1,000 uniform allowance
  • one-time P1,000 graduation clothing allowance
  • one economy-class roundtrip fare per year for those studying outside of their home province
  • group health and accident insurance

“Through the new benefits in our scholarship program, we hope to get more scholars and graduates who will eventually work in S&T for the country,” de la Peña said.

DOST-SEI scholars are required to render service in the country preferably along their fields of specialization after graduation for a period equivalent to the number of years they enjoyed the scholarship as a return service. SEI maintains its resolve that this strategy allows the country’s industries to have “the best minds” to do their services and products.

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