ETEEAP

Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program


“Obtaining degrees through life’s experiences”

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE

BACHELOR OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

BACHELOR OF SECONDARY EDUCATION

What is ETEEAP?

The Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation program (ETEEAP) is an educational assessment scheme which recognizes knowledge, skills and prior learning obtained by individuals from non-formal and informal education experiences.  Adventist University of the Philippines is one of the five (5) institutions of higher learning in Region IV authorized by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) in the area of elementary education, secondary education and computer science, to accredit individuals’ actual achievements towards the conferment of an earned degree under the Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP).

Qualifications

An ETEEAP candidate must meet the following qualifications:

  1. Filipino, at least high school graduate or must have PEPT equivalent to first year college

  2. Has at least five (5) years of work experience related to the degree sought

  3. Must be at least twenty-five (25) years old; and

  4. Able to show evidence of capability and thorough knowledge through any of the following evidences:

  • Certificate of Proficiency issued by the government regulatory board.

  • Certificate of Proficiency issued by the employer(s).

  • Certificate of Proficiency issued by a licensed practitioner in the field.

  • Business registration.

Requirements

  1. High school card/Form 137A/Transcript of Records

  2. Certificate of Employment with job descriptions

  3. Authenticated Birth certificate/affidavit of birth  

  4. Comprehensive Resume

  5. Proficiency Certificate by:

  • Government regulatory board

  • Licensed practitioner in the field

  • Business registration

  1. Certificates of training and workshops completed

  2. NBI/Barangay clearance

  3. Recommendation letter from immediate superior

  4. Personality assessment

  5. Other documents or evidence of capability and knowledge in the field applied for equivalency and accreditation

  6. Accomplished ETEEAP application form

How the degree/diploma is awarded?

  1. Submit duly accomplished ETEEAP application form

  2. Submit for interview and personal assessment

  3. Submit required documents for evaluation

  4. If qualified, undergo competency assessment and validation by a panel of assessors

  5. Attend supplementary courses

  6. Submit for final evaluation

  7. Awarding of degree (as earned)

Payment:

Application Fee         2,000

ETEEAP Fee            25,000

(Subject to change without prior notice)

Philosophy

    The work of education and the work of redemption are one: to restore in man the lost image of his Maker through the harmonious development of his mental, physical, social and spiritual faculties.

AUP-ETEEAP Vision

    As a Bible-based institution of higher learning, AUP-ETEEAP envisions to become a world-class center of academic and Christian excellence through non-formal and informal education experiences.

AUP-ETEEAP Mission

    The AUP-ETEEAP exists to provide quality Christian education to facilitate the growth of students so that they may lead lives that are personally satisfying and may contribute to the welfare of the church and the society through academic equivalency and accreditation of relevant learning and experiences gained in the workplace.

Goal

    To develop fully a system of educational assessment that recognizes knowledge, skills and prior learning obtained from non-formal and informal education.

 

NAMES OF PEOPLE TO CONTACT:

DR. RUBEN T. CARPIZO

Director, ETEEAP

Tel # (049) 541-1211 local 280

rubencarpizo@yahoo.com

 

MRS. CRYSLIE L. ROMERO

Staff, ETEEAP Office

Tel # (049) 541-1211 local 280

crysdel16@yahoo.com

 

MRS. EILEEN S. BATULAYAN

Director, Admission

Tel#(049) 541-1211 local 275

 

DR. CAEZAR F. IDAOSOS

Dean, College of Education

Tel#(049) 541-1211 local 307

 

DR. EDWIN A. BALILA

Dean, College of Sciences, and Technology

Tel#(049) 541-1211 local 201

Adventist University of the Philippines

Puting Kahoy, Silang, Silang, Cavite

Postal Address:

P.O. Box 1834, Manila, Philippines

Phone:    (049) 541-1211 local 280

Fax:       (049) 541-1228

E-mail:    rubencarpizo@yahoo.com

 

How to go to AUP from Manila?

Public Ride.  From Buendia, take Jac/BBL bus for Balibago and drop at Balibago complex.  From Balibago complex, take a jeep for Tagatay and drop at AUP.

Private Vehicle.  Use South Expressway (SLEX) and take Sta. Rosa Exit.  Turn right toward Tagatay/Silang.  The campus is located on the left side of the road.