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College of Teacher Education

The College of Teacher Education of Cebu Normal University covers within its umbrella the flagship programs of the university. The undergraduate programs include Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd) and Bachelor of Science in Education (BSEd) with varying fields of concentration and specialization.

Undergraduate Programs

  • Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEED)
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSED) major in:
    a. English
    b. Filipino
    c. Math
    d. Science
    e. Social Studies
    f. Values
  • Bachelor of Early Childhood Education (BECEd)
  • Bachelor of Special Needs Education (BSNEd)
  • Bachelor of Technology and Livelihood Education (BTLEd)
  • Bachelor of Physical Education (BPEd)
  • Bachelor of Culture and Arts Education (BCAEd)
  • Ladderized Education Program (GASAKA)
  • Diploma in Professional Education (DPE)
    (1-year program for Non-Education graduates with four (4) year baccalaureate degree)
  • Bachelor of Elementary Education Major in Early Childhood Education (ECE)
    ECE Prospectus
  • Bachelor of Elementary Education Major in General Education (Gen Ed)
    Gen Ed Prospectus
  • Bachelor of Elementary Education Major in Pre-Elementary Education (Ladderized Program)
  • Bachelor of Elementary Education Major in Special Education (SpEd)
    SpEd Prospectus
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in English
    English Prospectus
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Filipino
    Filipino Prospectus
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Mathematics
    Mathematics Prospectus
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Values Education
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Music, Arts, Physical Education, and Health (MAPEH
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Biological Science
    BioSci Prospectus
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Physical Science
    PhySci Prospectus
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Social Science
    SocSci Prospectus
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE)
    TLE Prospectus
  • Bachelor of Physical Education Major in Physical Education and Sports
    PE Prospectus
Admission Dates
  • Senior High School Report Card or Certified true copy of it, showing a GPA of 85, LRN and Strand
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character
  • Photocopy of NSO issued Birth Certificate (present original)
  • Two (2) pcs. 2×2 colored ID picture with name tag for the Application Form for the Testing Center
  • One (1) pc. 2×2 colored ID picture with name tag for the Application Form from the College
  • 2 long white folders with plastic cover
  • 1 long brown envelope with plastic cover

Graduate Programs

Thesis Programs

Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) Major in:

Non-Thesis Programs

Master in Special Education (MSpEd) Major in: (Hearing Impairment, Learning Disability, Mental Retardation, Visual Impairment)

M_SpEd_HI

M_SpEd_LD

M_SpEd_MR

M_SpEd_VI

Doctoral Programs

  • Accomplished Graduate School Application Form
  • Honorable Dismissal/Transfer Credentials (present original)
  • Photocopy of original TOR for Evaluation (present original)
  • Original and photocopy of Marriage Certificate in NSO security paper (for married female)
  • Two (2) pcs. 2×2 ID pictures black & white or colored
  • One (1) pc. 1×1 ID picture black & white or colored
  • One (1) long brown envelope with plastic envelope
  • One (1) long folder with jacket
  • Graduate Admission Test (testing fee of Php 400.00) times three for foreign applicant

Admission Dates

Steps in accepting foreign students including documentation requirements:

 

Step 1 – Initial review of documents by the Liaison Officer at the Registrar Office.

           

  1. Passport
  2. Scholastic Credential
  3. Certificate of information in any form etc.                                                                          

Step 2 – If OK, advise to submit letter of intent to the College where the program chosen                    is offered

Step 3 – If accepted by the College, the Dean shall notify in writing the Office of the Registrar for issuance of Notice of Acceptance (NOA)

Step 4 – Documentation Procedures and guidelines for Foreign Students after passing           the admission test by the College

  1. Submit the following:

a. 5 copies of filled up Student Personal History Statement (Form at the Registrar’s Office)

b. 5 copies of notarized affidavit of support including bank statements or notarized notice of grant for institutional scholars to cover expenses for the students accommodation and subsistence, as well as school dues and other incidental expenses.

c. 5 copies of duly authenticated scholastic credentials /Original transfer credential for students previously enrolled within the country

d. 5 copies student information sheet for foreign student (Form at the Registrar’s Office)

e. Police Clearance issued by the national police authorities in the student’s country of origin or legal residence, authenticated by the Philippine Foreign Service Post having consular jurisdiction over the place

f. 5 sets photocopy of passport (bio-page, latest arrival, authorized number of days to stay in the Philippines, page where visa is laminated (if available)

g. 5 copies 2×2 picture with white background

 

  1. Issuance of Notice of Acceptance (NOA) when documentation requirements are completed together with Acceptance Fee of One Hundred Dollar (100$) or to the Accounting Office via issuance of order of payment at the Registrar’s Office.

Step 5 – Regular Bureau of Immigration process follows such as but not limited to:

NOTE: Payments for the corresponding application shall be collected by the School Representative/Liaison Officer to the Bureau of Immigration 1 week or 5 days before the application to avoid charges of late filing.

  1. Student Visa Conversion (9f)
    Fees: Php 9,720.00 and or above with additional 50$ US Dollar for ACR I-Card Fee

Checklist of Documentary Requirements for Conversion to Student Visa

  • Joint Letter request addressed to the Commissioner from the authorized representative of the petitioning school and applicant, using the school letterhead with dry seal;
  • Duly accomplished Consolidated General Application Form (CGAF)
  • Photocopy of passport bearing the bio-page, latest admission with valid authorized stay and Bureau of Quarantine (BOQ) Stamp;
  • Notice of Acceptance of the applicant bearing a clear impression of the school’s official dry seal;
  • Endorsement addressed to the Commissioner from the school for the conversion of the applicant’s status, signed by the School Registrar
  • Certificate of Eligibility for Admission from CHED in case of Medicine/Dentistry
  • CHED Endorsement for transfer and shifting of course, if applicable;
  • National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) Clearance, if application is filed (6) months or more from the date of first arrival in the Philippines;
  • Photocopy of BI School Accreditation ID of the registrar or school representative; and
  • BI Clearance Certificate

 

  1. Special Study Permit (SSP)
    Fees: Php 5,240.00 and or above with additional 50$ US Dollar for ACR I-Card Fee

Checklist of Documentary Requirements

  • Letter request addressed to the Commissioner from the representative of the petitioning school;
  • Duly accomplished CGAF. If the applicant is a minor, it shall be signed by the parent or the legal guardian;
  • Photocopy of passport bio-page and latest admission with valid authorized stay;
  • Certificate of Acceptance issued by the learning institution accredited by the Bureau of Immigration to accept foreign students, indicating the number of months (length of study) of the technical/vocational, special and/or primary or secondary level courses for applicants below 18 years of age;
  • Photocopy of BI school accreditation ID of the registrar or school representative;
  • National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) Clearance, in case of flying schools;
  • BI Clearance Certificate.

 

  1. Student Visa Extension (9f)
    Fees: Php 8,020.00 and or above with additional 100$ US Dollar for ACR I-Card Fee

Checklist of Documentary Requirements

  • Joint letter request addressed to the Commissioner from the applicant and the authorized representative of the petitioning school, using the school letterhead with dry seal;
  • Duly accomplished CGAF
  • Photocopy of passport bio-page, visa implementation page and latest admission with valid authorized stay;
  • Copy of Latest Transcript of Records or Certificate of Grades (2 previous semesters);
  • Honorable Dismissal or Certificate of Transfer from previous school, in case of transfer;
  • Commission on Higher Education (CHED) endorsement, in case of shifting of course and/or transfer of school;
  • Photocopy of BI school accreditation ID of the registrar of the school representative;
  • BI Clearance Certificate;
  • Original or certified true copy of Bureau of Quarantine Medical Clearance, if applicant is a national of any countries listed under Annex “A” of Immigration Operations Order No. SBM-14-059-A who arrived in the Philippines on or after June 2014.
  • Letter of Explanation for failing grades or dropped subjects, if applicable;

TUITION FEES and MISCELLANEOUS/OTHER FEES FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS

Name of Fees Baccalaureate Degree Amount Post-Baccalaureate Master’s Degree Amount Doctorate Degree

Amount

1. Tuition 336.00/per unit 750/per unit 1200/per unit 1500/per unit
Miscellaneous/Other Fees        
2. Guidance Fee 20.00 20.00    
3. Medical/Dental Fees 30.00 30.00 30 30
4. Ang Suga Publication 30.00 30.00 30 30
5. General Services 50.00 50.00    
6. SSC (Supreme Student Council) 60.00 60.00    
7. Athletics Fee 75.00 75.00 75 75
8. Library Fee 100.00 100.00 100 100
9. Cultural 100.00 100.00 100 100
9. Laboratory Fees 100/per subject 100/per subject    
10. Administrative Cost per semester 50USD 50USD 50USD 50USD
12. Acceptance Fee (One time pay) 100USD 100USD

 

100USD

 

100USD

 

Step – 5.1 Official correspondence and notices shall be via e-mail address registered in      the Personal Data Sheet for Foreign Students.

 

***END OF PROCESS***

Admission Dates

Guidelines for Application for Admission
Undergraduate Studies

  1. Submit the following to the College evaluation committee:
    a. Senior High School report card showing 85 as general average (original and photocopy)
    b. Original copy of good moral character
    c. NSO Birth Certificate (original and photocopy)
    d. 1 white folder with plastic cover & 1 long brown envelope; and
    e. 2 copies of recent 2×2 ID picture
  2. Fill out the application form provided by the college.
  3. Submit the filled-out application form to the evaluation committee.
  4. Proceed to the  Accounting Office for the payment.
  5. Present the receipt to the Testing Center to get your schedule of examination.
  6. Come on the scheduled date of examination on time.
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