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The Official De La Salle- College Of Saint Benilde Thread
« on: April 18, 2007, 03:43:38 AM »
Welcome to the official DLS-CSB Thread

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ADMISSION


FRESHMAN APPLICANT
Application Procedure

1. Proceed to the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (DLS-CSB) Admissions Center for inquiries.

2. Secure an application payment slip from the DLS-CSB Admissions Center and pay the non-refundable admission processing fee of Php500.00 at the DLS-CSB Accounting Office.

3. Present the official receipt to the DLS-CSB Admissions Center and secure an application kit.

4. Fill out the application form and attach the following requirements. Only applications with correct and complete requirements shall be processed. If downloaded forms were used, submit the accomplished forms to the admissions staff.

• Completed DLS-CSB Application Form

• Three (3) copies of recent identical 2”x2” pictures

• Certified true copy of birth certificate (from the local civil register) or Photocopy of National Statistics Office (NSO) Birth Certificate

• Secondary Scholastic Record accomplished by the high school registrar with school seal

• Two (2) DLS-CSB Recommendation Forms including one from the principal, assistant principal or discipline head and the counselor or homeroom adviser

• There are additional requirements for students who changed schools during high school, high school graduates who have not entered tertiary education and Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT) cases.

5. Once application requirements are completed, secure the test permit from the admissions staff. This permit specifies the date and time of the entrance exam.

6. Take the entrance exam on the specified date. No test permit, no exam.

7. Results may be accessed through the DLS-CSB website and through text messaging. Individual status letters shall be sent to the senior counselor of your school or to the mailing address indicated in your application by the specified date. If you do not receive your results, please inquire directly at the DLS-CSB Admissions Center.

TRANSFEREE APPLICANT
Application Procedure

1. Proceed to the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (DLS-CSB) Admissions Center for inquiries.

2. Submit the accomplished Pre-Application Questionnaire with the following attachments to the DLS-CSB Admissions Center

• Certified True Copy of your Transcript of Records (with School’s Grading System)

• Syllabi of courses taken from previous school(s)

3. Await the results of the pre-application 48 working hours after submission of the pre-application requirements.

4. If the result of the pre-application is favorable, secure an application payment slip from the DLS-CSB Admissions Center and pay the non-refundable admission processing fee of Php500.00 at the DLS-CSB Accounting Office.

5. Present the official receipt to the DLS-CSB Admissions Center and secure an application kit.

6. Fill out the application form and attach the following requirements. Only applications with correct and complete requirements shall be processed. If downloaded forms were used, submit the accomplished forms to the admissions staff.

• Completed DLS-CSB Application Form

• Three (3) copies of recent identical 2”x2” pictures

• Certified true copy of birth certificate (from the local civil register) or Photocopy of National Statistics Office (NSO) Birth Certificate

• Certified unofficial transcript of records (for evaluation purposes)

• Certification from the Dean or Registrar stating that the applicant was never involved in any offense that called for disciplinary sanction(s)

• Request for Course Credit for Transferees Form (RCCTF) complete with the flowchart and course syllabi of all subjects taken from the previous school

• There are additional requirements for transferees with no more than one year of tertiary schooling, transferees who attended other tertiary schools and students who studied abroad.

7. Once application requirements are completed, secure the test permit from the admissions staff. This permit specifies the date and time of the entrance exam.

8. Take the entrance exam on the specified date. No test permit, no exam.

9. Visit the DLS-CSB Admissions Center to get a copy of your application status letter.

10. If accepted, courses taken in other schools may be credited through the DLS-CSB course crediting process. The Honorable Dismissal (Transfer Credentials) is a requirement for accepted transferees to enroll in DLS-CSB.

WORKING STUDENT APPLICANT
Working students include students who are at least 19 years old and are engaged in full-time or part-time work. Working students may apply for the Career Development Program (CDP) and are classified as Night Program applicants.

Application Procedure

1. Proceed to the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (DLS-CSB) Admissions Center for inquiries.

2. Secure an application payment slip from the DLS-CSB Admissions Center and pay the non-refundable admission processing fee of Php500.00 at the DLS-CSB Accounting Office.

3. Present the official receipt to the DLS-CSB Admissions Center and secure an application kit.

4. Fill out the application form and attach the following requirements. Only applications with correct and complete requirements shall be processed. If downloaded forms were used, submit the accomplished forms to the admissions staff.

• Completed DLS-CSB Application Form

• Three (3) copies of recent identical 2”x2” pictures

• Certified true copy of birth certificate (from the local civil register) or Photocopy of National Statistics Office (NSO) Birth Certificate

• Certified unofficial transcript of records (for evaluation purposes)

• Certification from the Dean or Registrar stating that the applicant was never involved in any offense that called for disciplinary sanction(s)

• Request for Course Credit for Transferees Form (RCCTF) complete with the flowchart and course syllabi of all subjects taken from the previous school(s)

• For Working Students: Certification of Employment (Further proof of employment may be required including the following: TIN Number, SSS or GSIS Number, and copy of the latest Income Tax Return)

• For Self-employed Students: Business permit (Further proof of business may be required including the following: TIN Number, SSS or GSIS Number, and copy of the latest Income Tax Return)

• There are additional requirements for transferees with no more than one year of tertiary schooling, transferees who attended other tertiary schools and students who studied abroad.

5. Once application requirements are completed, secure the test permit from the admissions staff. This permit specifies the date and time of the entrance exam.

6. Take the entrance exam on the specified date. No test permit, no exam.

7. Visit the DLS-CSB Admissions Center to get a copy of your application status letter. If accepted, courses taken in other schools may be credited through the DLS-CSB course crediting process. The Honorable Dismissal (Transfer Credentials) is a requirement for accepted transferees to enroll in DLS-CSB.

SECOND DEGREE APPLICANT
Application Procedure

1. College graduates who wish to pursue another bachelor’s degree at DLS-CSB should submit the accomplished Transferee Pre-Application Questionnaire with the following attachments to the DLS-CSB Admissions Center.

• Certified True Copy of your Transcript of Records (with School’s Grading System)

• Letter of application stating reason(s) for seeking a second degree

2. Await the results of the pre-application 48 working hours after submission of the pre-application requirements.

3. If the result of the pre-application is favorable, secure an application payment slip from the DLS-CSB Admissions Center and pay the non-refundable admission processing fee of Php500.00 at the DLS-CSB Accounting Office.

4. Present the official receipt to the DLS-CSB Admissions Center and secure an application kit.

5. Fill out the application form and attach the following requirements. Only applications with correct and complete requirements shall be processed. If downloaded forms were used, submit the accomplished forms to the admissions staff.

• Completed DLS-CSB Application Form

• Three (3) copies of recent identical 2”x2” pictures

• Certified true copy of birth certificate (from the local civil register) or Photocopy of National Statistics Office (NSO) Birth Certificate

• Certification from the Dean or Registrar stating that the applicant was never involved in any offense that called for disciplinary sanction(s)

• Request for Course Credit for Transferees Form (RCCTF) complete with the flowchart and course syllabi of all subjects taken from the previous school

6. Once application requirements are completed, secure the test permit from the admissions staff. This permit specifies the date and time of the entrance exam.

7. Take the entrance exam on the specified date. No test permit, no exam.

8. Visit the DLS-CSB Admissions Center to get a copy of your application status letter.

9. If accepted, courses taken in other schools may be credited through the DLS-CSB course crediting process. The Honorable Dismissal (Transfer Credentials) is a requirement for accepted applicants to enroll in DLS-CSB.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT APPLICANT
Application Procedure

1. Submit the following requirements at the DLS-CSB Admissions Center for evaluation.

• For Freshman Applicants: Photocopy of Authenticated Transcript of Records (present original for verification) and Certificate of Graduation and/or Diploma

• For Transferee Applicants: Accomplished Pre-Application Questionnaire with attached Original Authenticated Transcript of Records

2. The DLS-CSB Admissions Center will inform applicant whether he/she qualified to take the entrance examination. If qualified, the applicant may secure a payment slip from the admissions staff and pay the non-refundable admission processing fee of US$50.00 (Paid in Philippine Peso Equivalent).

3. Present the official receipt to the DLS-CSB Admissions Center and secure an application kit.

4. Fill out the application form and attach the following requirements. Only applications with correct and complete requirements shall be processed. If downloaded forms were used, submit the accomplished forms to the admissions staff.

• Completed DLS-CSB Application Form

• Three (3) copies of recent identical 2”x2” pictures

• Certified true copy of birth certificate (from the local civil register) or Photocopy of National Statistics Office (NSO) Birth Certificate

• One original Transcript of Records authenticated by the Philippine Foreign Service Post. If these records are written in a language other than English, complete and official English translations must be submitted together with the original records. The transcript must be submitted together with the original records. The transcript should indicate all subjects taken and grades earned. The grading system should be clearly stated in the transcript

• Certificate of Good Moral Character from the Principal or School Head of the last school attended

• For transferees from other tertiary institutions, submit the accomplished Request for Course Credit for Transferees Form (RCCTF) complete with the flowchart and course syllabi of all subjects taken from the previous school

5. Once application requirements are completed, secure the test permit from the admissions staff. This permit specifies the date and time of the entrance exam.

6. Take the entrance exam on the specified date. No test permit, no exam.

7. Visit the DLS-CSB Admissions Center to get a copy of your application status letter. If accepted, courses taken in other schools may be credited through the DLS-CSB course crediting process. The Honorable Dismissal (Transfer Credentials) is a requirement for accepted transferees to enroll in DLS-CSB. A student visa is a pre-requisite for enrollment of accepted international/foreign applicants. The student visa processing and issuance fee is US$300 (Prices subject to change without prior notice).

EXPANDED TERTIARY EDUCATION EQUIVALENCY AND ACCREDITATION PROGRAM (ETEEAP) APPLICANT

The Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP) is intended for working professionals who wish to complete a bachelor’s degree through their professional achievements. DLS-CSB’s School of Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management (SHRIM) offers the ETEEAP program. The SHRIM conducts pre-screening for ETEEAP applicants.

ETEEAP applicants must first inquire and submit a comprehensive resume to the SHRIM before proceeding with their application. The specific admission requirements are as follows:

Qualifications

# Filipino citizen

# At least a high school graduate with no college degree

# At least 25 years old

# At least five (5) years of work experience in his/her field of specialization

# Must be at least in supervisory level for the past 2 years

# Must have attended seminar(s)/workshop(s) related to his/her field of specialization (To be assessed by DLS-CSB)

# Have good moral character and professional work ethics as certified by past and current employers

# No criminal record

# No pending ETEEAP application with other institutions


Requirements

# For applicants with no previous tertiary-level education, submit requirements for Freshmen applicants

# For applicants with previous tertiary-level education but no college degree, submit requirements for Transferee applicants except for the certified unofficial transcript of records (for evaluation purposes)

# For International/Foreign applicants, submit requirements for international/foreign applicants


For more information,
contact the Admissions Center at
(632) 526-7441 to 47 ext. 126, 220, or 221

or visit the DLS-CSB website
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DEGREE PROGRAMS

SCHOOL OF DESIGN AND ARTS(SDA)
Bachelor of Arts in Arts Management (AB-AM)
Bachelor in Performing Arts major in Dance (BPA-D)
Bachelor of Arts major in Fashion Design and Merchandising (AB-FDM)
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design (BS-ID)
Bachelor of Science in Interior Design (BS-InD)
Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Arts (AB-MMA)
Bachelor of Arts in Music Production (AB-MP)
Bachelor of Arts in Production Design (AB-PRD)
Bachelor of Arts in Technical Theater (AB-THR)

SCHOOL OF HOTEL, RESTAURANT AND INSTITUTION MANAGEMENT(SHRIM)
Bachelor of Science in Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management (BS-HRIM)
Students may choose from among the following fields of specialization:
Culinary Arts Track
Hospitality Track
Tourism Track

SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY(SMIT)
BSBA-Computer Applications (BSBA-CA)
BSBA-Export Management (BSBA-EM)
BSBA-Human Resource Management (BSBA-HRM)
BS-Information Management (BS-IM)
BSBA-Business Management (BSBA-BM)
BSBA-Marketing Management (BSBA-MM)

SCHOOL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
AB-Consular and Diplomatic Affairs (AB-CDA)

SCHOOL OF DEAF EDUCATION AND APPLIED STUDIES
Bachelor in Applied Deaf Studies (BAPDST)
Multimedia Arts Track
Business Entrepreneurship Track


NON-DEGREE PROGRAMS

SCHOOL OF DESIGN AND ARTS(SDA)
The one-year associate degree and diploma courses
-Web Design and Animation, 3D Animation, 2D Animation, and Photography. Each diploma course entitles you to a Multimedia Arts Diploma in the field of specialization taken.

Certificate courses
-Adobe Photoshop, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere, Alias Wavefront Maya, Macromedia Flash, Macromedia Dreamweaver, and Photography. Each course is composed of fourteen sessions and entitles you to a certificate course in the field of specialization taken.

SCHOOL OF DEAF EDUCATION AND APPLIED STUDIES
The Filipino Sign Language Learning Program (FSLLP) of the School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies (SDEAS) offers classes each term to all interested Deaf, hard-of-hearing and hearing people from within and outside of the DLS-CSB campus.

ORGANIZATIONS(incomplete list)
AIM
Benildean Press Corps- writing in the newspaper
Benildance- organization about dance
Blueprint-organization for interior design
Comlink
Council Of Presidents
Footworks-organization about dance(i guess this is more formal than benildance; i don't know their differences)
Greenergy- organization about the nature
Kino Eye- organization about filming
Media Max- oraganization about multimedia arts
Music Network- organization about music
Optic View- organization about photography

DRESS CODES
no high-slit
no string neck
no short shorts
no tube
no torn pants
no one shoulder
no plunging necklines
no revealing torso
no sando-type
no backless
no cycling shorts
no halter with large armholes
no large armholes
no low-cut backs
no mini skirt
NO RUBBER SLIPPERS

*source: student handbook
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Re: The Official De La Salle- College Of Saint Benilde Thread
« Reply #1 on: April 18, 2007, 11:45:48 PM »
hmm i guess ill be the 2nd poster here..

i'm embarrassed to ask but..
- where exactly do i find my ID #? yun ba yung case # ko?
- sa enrollment day, nakasulat na girls should wear dress, collared shirt/blouse.. something like that. pwede ba na naka jeans + blouse nalang? i dont have a skirt eh =\

pardon me for the dumb quessies.. :( but im just so confused.
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Re: The Official De La Salle- College Of Saint Benilde Thread
« Reply #2 on: April 19, 2007, 12:41:34 AM »
^ I was also about to ask ur question #1.

More questions:
#1. Please differentiate the difference between NSTP and ROTC. What do students do if they choose NSTP.

#2. Where are the parking areas in CSB? When i went there, parang there is none. Super dami pa tao. So, please help me locate parking areas. And please share those places that are safe. (Please indicate the location near the interior designing building)

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Re: The Official De La Salle- College Of Saint Benilde Thread
« Reply #3 on: April 19, 2007, 01:51:59 AM »
hmm i guess ill be the 2nd poster here..

i'm embarrassed to ask but..
- where exactly do i find my ID #? yun ba yung case # ko?
- sa enrollment day, nakasulat na girls should wear dress, collared shirt/blouse.. something like that. pwede ba na naka jeans + blouse nalang? i dont have a skirt eh =\

pardon me for the dumb quessies.. :( but im just so confused.
thanksinadvance

1.) Sa pagkakaalala ko, yung ID# mo is not your case number. Wala pa kayong ID# kasi wala pa kayong ID.
2.) REQUIRED yung collared shirt/blouse kasi it's for the ID picture, kailangan kasi naka collared shirt/blouse e. About sa skirt, kailangan yan for the physical exam, ang alam ko hindi ata pwede yun e, kasi nung nag jeans yung isa kong friend, napagsabihan ata siya ng doktor... ;D

^ I was also about to ask ur question #1.

More questions:
#1. Please differentiate the difference between NSTP and ROTC. What do students do if they choose NSTP.

#2. Where are the parking areas in CSB? When i went there, parang there is none. Super dami pa tao. So, please help me locate parking areas. And please share those places that are safe. (Please indicate the location near the interior designing building)

Thanks in advance too.

1.) NSTP is a subject, then CWTS(which is COMMUNITY WELFARE TRAINING SERVICE) and ROTC are under NSTP. So you are required to take NSTP1 and NSTP2 then choose ka kung ROTC ba o CWTS.

Difference:
CWTS-eto yung mga helping the needy etc.
ROTC-eto naman yung mga may militar activities.

2.)Sorry pero CSB has no parking space for the students. Kung may dala kang car, you can park it in AKIC, in McDo, and other paid parking areas. Meron ding parking space sa SDA Building(the new building)

I hope nakatulong ito sa inyo. :)
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Re: The Official De La Salle- College Of Saint Benilde Thread
« Reply #4 on: April 19, 2007, 02:01:28 AM »
There's parking spaces across St. Scho, which is the Back Entrance Area of CSB (I think).

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Re: The Official De La Salle- College Of Saint Benilde Thread
« Reply #5 on: April 19, 2007, 04:23:27 PM »
^Thanks!

Anyway, what kind of physical examination are they gonna do to us that required us to wear a skirt??? And a woman is gonna check up on us, right? Not a guy? Cause if a guy will check up on me, well... i don't think i'll agree to that.
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Re: The Official De La Salle- College Of Saint Benilde Thread
« Reply #6 on: April 20, 2007, 12:05:28 AM »
thanks, angbabaengpilipina! i don't know what's your real name e, but thank you talaga, surely that helped.. soo, dapat nakaskirt + blouse ako when i get there. got that.

last question nalang.. incoming MMA student kasi ako, and sa NSTP space sa tuition table walang babayaran.. does that mean exempted ako dun? can i get exempted doon? health problems kaya hindi ako pwede doon =\.

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Re: The Official De La Salle- College Of Saint Benilde Thread
« Reply #7 on: April 20, 2007, 12:56:18 AM »
^Thanks!

Anyway, what kind of physical examination are they gonna do to us that required us to wear a skirt??? And a woman is gonna check up on us, right? Not a guy? Cause if a guy will check up on me, well... i don't think i'll agree to that.

sabi nila dalawang doctor daw yung nagchecheck.. isang babae, then isang lalake daw.. pero yung nagcheck sakin babae e.. :)


incoming MMA student kasi ako, and sa NSTP space sa tuition table walang babayaran.. 

hindi ko nagets tong part na toh... :(
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« Reply #8 on: April 20, 2007, 10:14:20 AM »
^ Okay, I'll try again ;).. may naeexempt ba sa NSTP/ROTC/CWTS? Or all courses are obliged to those? Kasi sa assessment fees ng course ko, walang nakalagay na price sa NSTP eh, I thought wala kaming ganoon..

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Re: The Official De La Salle- College Of Saint Benilde Thread
« Reply #9 on: April 20, 2007, 07:19:56 PM »
^ Okay, I'll try again ;).. may naeexempt ba sa NSTP/ROTC/CWTS? Or all courses are obliged to those? Kasi sa assessment fees ng course ko, walang nakalagay na price sa NSTP eh, I thought wala kaming ganoon..

Kasi this coming term, wala pa kayong NSTP, so wala pa siya sa assessment fees niyo.
May naeexempt naman sa NSTP e, pero sa NSTP2 pa.
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« Reply #10 on: April 22, 2007, 09:04:44 AM »
^ Okay, I'll try again ;).. may naeexempt ba sa NSTP/ROTC/CWTS? Or all courses are obliged to those? Kasi sa assessment fees ng course ko, walang nakalagay na price sa NSTP eh, I thought wala kaming ganoon..

hi there! :) hmm.. if you join the "Summer of Service" program ng school, you will get excempted in your first NSTP subject (wherein all you're to do is listen and take down notes for exams). Summer of Service, from what I heard, is just like NSTP2 (which is basically the part wherein you're gonna teach the kids and stuff) yun nga lang it lasts for 2weeks.  Aside from that, hindi ko na alam kung anu pa yung ways to be excempted.
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Re: The Official De La Salle- College Of Saint Benilde Thread
« Reply #11 on: April 23, 2007, 12:32:10 AM »
So, Benildeans, what can u say about the years that u had in Benilde? Was it a great experience? Was it fun to study there? Didn't u guys regret even a single day in choosing to study at Benilde?

Please also give advices to us freshmens that will help us make it through our first year there. Thank you. :)

And may i wonder why u guys say it as frosh instead of freshmen? ganun ba talaga yun? Explain it please...
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« Reply #12 on: April 23, 2007, 01:39:32 AM »
So, Benildeans, what can u say about the years that u had in Benilde? Was it a great experience? Was it fun to study there? Didn't u guys regret even a single day in choosing to study at Benilde?

Please also give advices to us freshmens that will help us make it through our first year there. Thank you. :)

Ok naman yung mga naging experience ko e..
May mahirap, may masaya... pero mas marami yung saya... hehehe...
Just enjoy ninyo lang yung every single day na magkakasama kayong mga blockmates kasi diyan niyo makikita yung true friends na makakasama mo palagi(based from my experience) :)

And may i wonder why u guys say it as frosh instead of freshmen? ganun ba talaga yun? Explain it please...

Ganyan din yung tawag sa dlsu manila e, dun ata nagstart yun..
Ako rin e, hindi ko alam. ;)
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Re: The Official De La Salle- College Of Saint Benilde Thread
« Reply #13 on: April 23, 2007, 09:46:58 AM »
So, Benildeans, what can u say about the years that u had in Benilde? Was it a great experience? Was it fun to study there? Didn't u guys regret even a single day in choosing to study at Benilde?

Please also give advices to us freshmens that will help us make it through our first year there. Thank you. :)

And may i wonder why u guys say it as frosh instead of freshmen? ganun ba talaga yun? Explain it please...


It was a great year for me. first two terms ang daming nangyareng back-bitting and everything. Actually, at first eveyrone would seem nice. pero as you spend more time together, malalaman mo sino talaga dapat mong samahan. sa una, super saya with everyone. after that, depende na lang sa mga kasama mo. :)

third term ko as a frosh, super saya because i spent it with the right people.

advice ko... be wise in choosing friends. madaming BI around so watch out for them. if you pick a good set of friends, you'll definitely enjoy your stay in CSB. :)
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« Reply #14 on: April 23, 2007, 06:43:00 PM »
third term ko as a frosh, super saya because i spent it with the right people.

same here.. third term nabuo ang barkada ko sa csb.


Basta ingat ka rin sa mga ibang tao, just like in my block, meron akong kablock dati na sobra kung mangutang tapos hindi binabayaran... hahaha!
Enjoy your stay in CSB! O0
By the time you finish reading this, you'll realize that you have wasted 5 seconds of your life

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