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Jun 16, 2022

Gold Eagle Scholarship Program for STEM

The Gold Eagle College Scholarship Program is offered to students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) courses. Starting AY 2022-2023, Insular Foundation will provide grants to students pursuing STEM courses offered by its 6 partner schools. This scholarship program aims to support intelligent and deserving students who need financial assistance to have access to the best education they need to improve their lives, their home, and the country.


  • University of the Philippines – Diliman (UPD)

    • eleven (11) students from UP Diliman: two (2) for BS Mathematics, four (4) for BS Statistics, and five (5) from any Science, Technology, and Engineering courses

  • Three (3) students each from for any Science, Technology, and Engineering courses

    • Aurora State College of Technology (ASCOT)

    • Benguet State University (BSU)

    • Bohol Island State University (BISU)- Main Campus

    • Central Mindanao University (CMU)

    • Davao Oriental State University (DORSU)






Each scholar will receive financial assistance every semester to cover for the stipend, and transportation and book allowance.

Scholars who will graduate with honors will receive cash incentives from Insular Foundation.

Gold Eagle scholars and alumni will have access to Insular Foundation’s network, leadership training, and other capacity-building programs.


An applicant for the scholarship must have the following qualifications:

1. must be a bona fide student at Insular Foundation’s partner schools, enrolled in any of the STEM

        courses identified for each school;

2. must be an incoming freshman, and must have passed the partner school’s admission test;

3. must have a general weight average (GWA) of 85% in Grade 11 and Grade 12 up to the first term

        or second grading period;

4. must be enrolled in at least 15 units at the time of the award of the grant;

5. must be financially needy (parents’ annual gross income must not exceed P500,000.00 for UP

        Diliman and must not exceed P250,000.00 for provincial SUCs;

6. must not have been liable for any disciplinary action worse than a five-day class suspension in

        Senior High School; and

7. must not be a recipient of any other scholarship grant at the time of the grant.


1. Duly Accomplished Form, with 2x2 photo in white background


2. Certified True Copy of Grade 11 and Grade 12 Report Card with General Weighted Average (For

        the Grade 12 Report  Card, available grades should be up to the first term or second grading

        period at the minimum.)

3. Certified True Copy of Parents or Legal Guardians’ Latest Income Tax Return. If not available,

        submit an Affidavit of Source of Income. (

4. Certified True Copy of Certificate of Registration/Admission in the university/college


September 10: Deadline of Submission

October 31 or prior: Announcement of Newly Admitted Scholars

November 1 to November 15: Scholar Onboarding 


The scholarship is renewable every semester until the recipient finishes his/her course provided he/she satisfies the following conditions:

1. Must maintain a general weighted average of 85% or its equivalent based on the partner

        school’s grading standards         and must have obtained at least a passing grade of 3.0

        or its equivalent in any subject with at least a load of 15 units, in any given semester. 

        Any grade of “4.00” or “Incomplete” must be removed or completed on or before the last day

        of the registration of the following semester.

        If the scholar fails to meet the grade requirement in the semester he/she is currently enrolled

        in, the scholarship shall be “ipso facto” terminated.  However, an awardee may be reinstated

        in the semester immediately following the disqualification if he/she meets the requirement

       during the period he/she       was disqualified. Should the scholar fail to meet the requirements

        for the second time, he/she shall be permanently disqualified to the scholarship.

2. Must not have received any disciplinary action from the partner school with a penalty heavier

        than a five-day class suspension.

3. Must not shift to another course nor transfer to another school.

4. Must not drop any subject nor go on Leave of Absence (LOA) without the prior approval from

        the partner school and the written consent of the Insular Foundation.

  • Scholars who go on Leave of Absence may only be on LOA for a maximum of two (2)


  • Scholars who take an LOA for more than two (2) semesters will be automatically disqualified

    from the program.

5. Must not be a recipient of any other scholarship grant for the duration of the Insular Foundation

        scholarship grant.


Submit your application to Ensure that all requirements are complete before submitting your application. Only the applications that are submitted through the link and with complete requirements will be reviewed. Deadline of applications is on September 10, 2022.

For questions and clarifications, email Insular Foundation at