Sample Student Enrollment Process

Part of our testimony section is the process of how students communicated with the DHEI, submitted requirements, evaluated and enrolled.

Here is one example. After submission of required documents, the school returned this three-page evaluation to the student. The time spent from the initial contact to the enrollment and start of classes when student received the learning modules took a month. The names of school and student were not revealed here, but these is a real incident or case.


Initial Evaluation on Submitted Requirements

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Important note on the above: The candidate student’s work permit indicated that he had a total of 5 years working in the capacity or degree on which the school’s evaluation team approved and recommended to the student to enroll under the ETEEAP. One of the years was not indicated above but was cleared between the exchange of communication between the student and school. Thus the enrollment was approved. The student preferred a different major but the evaluation team recommended the one appropriate and relevant to the applicant’s work experiences.

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After school’s evaluation of the submitted documents, the school returned their recommendation as to what degree is most fitted to the candidate’s work experiences and other relevant informal trainings and prior learning.

Important note on page 1 above: The candidate student’s work permit indicated that he had a total of 5 years working in the capacity or degree on which the school’s evaluation team approved and recommended to the student to enroll under the ETEEAP. One of the years was not indicated above but was cleared between the exchange of communication between the student and school. Thus the enrollment was approved. The student preferred a different major but the evaluation team recommended the one appropriate and relevant to the applicant’s work experiences.


Final Evaluation and Assessment

The following form indicates the courses/subjects that the candidate still needs to enroll to complete his bachelors degree. In this particular case, the student was required to pay 300.00 pesos for each learning module, which amounted to 3,000.00 pesos. This amount was not included in the assessment slip above.


Enrolled Subjects (Certificate of Registration/Enrollment)

Lesson Delivery and Learning Procedure

The modules were sent to the student through digital transmission. The student prints the modules, answer the problems then scan the documents and email them back to the assigned professor/instructor. Once the modules are accomplished, graded and none of them failed, the student can apply for graduation. Completion of all learning modules will be 6 months or less.

Graduation

Students can request approval for graduation after all the requirements, lessons and fees are completed. They can also arrange to attend the graduation together with other graduates. There will be no distinction between the regular and ETEEAP students during graduation. All are treated the same, along with all benefits. If they decide to use their credentials to apply for another degree (Ex. a Masters), these will be treated the way a regular student’s is. There should not be any discrimination between a regular and ETEEAP student.

That is the whole essence of ETEEAP. To provide secular degrees to deserving Filipinos who failed to complete their tertiary education because of circumstances beyond their control.

A noble purpose indeed!


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