• Applicants to the master’s program must have graduated with a bachelor’s degree in a relevant field of specialization with a general weighted average of 2.00 or better.
• Applicants to the doctoral program must have graduated with a master’s degree in a relevant field of specialization with a general weighted average of 1.75 or better.
• Applicants who are applying for a graduate program which is not related to their undergraduate degree shall be required to take nine (9) to eighteen (18) prerequisite units of undergraduate courses.
• Applicants whose general weighted average is below the required grade may be admitted on probation for one semester on non-degree status. If they fail any course during the probation period, they will not be allowed to proceed with their graduate studies. If they pass all their courses, they may shift to degree status.
• Applicants should pass the qualifying standardized examination, the Graduate Level Test (GLT).
• For Master of Arts in Nursing, applicants must be registered nurses to qualify.
• Students on probation are considered on Non-Degree status.
• Latin Honor awardees qualify for entrance scholarships for Suma Cum Laude, Magna Cum Laude and Cum Laude.
Additional Requirements for MBA
• Two (2) year work experience requirement. Applicants should be able to provide original and photocopy of work certifications.
• For MBA international students, they are required to take the MBA English proficiency examination prior to admissions.
Policies for International Students for Graduate Studies
• Non-Filipino citizens should satisfy all the requirements of the Philippines and of FEU concerning international students.
• As FEU students, they are expected to observe and recognize the distinctive philosophy, vision and mission of the University.
• International students must satisfy all the same basic admission requirements of Filipino students.
• International students must have a student visa or any other authorized visa by the Bureau of Immigration.
• For those who come from countries where English is not the medium of instruction, they must undergo English language assessment by the Center for English Language Studies (CELS), and take the Intensive English Language Course (INTELAC) if needed.