The UP Office of Admissions has set the final deadline for the online submission of Form 2 by high schools with students applying to UP to 15 April 2021.
The deadline for the online submission of Form 2 is extended to 31 March 2021. The UP Office of Admissions has initiated contact with high schools since 16 February 2021. Schools that have not received any notification or have changed their registered email address are advised to contact email@example.com. For inquiries, concerns and assistance, please proceed […]
The online application portal for Form 1 will close at 11:59 p.m. tonight, 15 February 2021. The online portal for Form 2 submission will be live from 16 February to 5 March 2021.
Applicants for first-year admission at the University of the Philippines (UP) for Academic Year (AY) 2021-2022 can now access the online portal upadmissionsonline.up.edu.ph to submit their applications.
UP will begin accepting applications for first-year students for AY 2021-2022 on 7 January 2021, via an online portal especially for admissions applications.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, University Councils across the UP System unanimously decided not to hold the UPCAT for the admission of First Year students in AY 2021-2022. Instead, the UP Office of Admissions is currently modifying the freshmen admissions system for the next intake year.
UP officially welcomed in an online ceremony its newest batch of Oblation Scholars, freshman qualifiers with the highest UPCAT scores and University Predicted Grades.
For this year’s successful UPCAT qualifiers who will be enrolling in UP, their first taste of university life will be that of the “new normal”: remote teaching and learning, with the possibility of blending remote and face-to-face meetings. A memorandum issued by the UP Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs lays down what this year’s crop of UPCAT qualifiers can expect for the coming academic year.
“No personal and technical data breach happened.” This is the finding of the University of the Philippines Cebu Data Privacy Officer following an investigation in response to reports of an alleged data breach in the local student evaluation on teaching (SET) system, which led to a list of names and login credentials of UP Cebu students being posted online.
The University of the Philippines is advising UPCAT applicants who shared their UPCAT Online credentials—usernames and passwords—to unauthorized third parties to immediately change the usernames and/or passwords to their other accounts in order to safeguard their data privacy rights. When practicable, users should activate a two-step verification or other modes of multifactor authentication in order to protect their accounts.