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|Frequently Asked Questions
I passed the DOST-SEI Scholarship Exam, however I didn't receive a mail from DOST-SEI, how can I avail my scholarship?
You may report to the nearest DOST-SEI Office in your Province or Region to sign the contract. Just tell them your name and tell them that you passed the DOST-SEI Scholarship Examination. The staff in-charge will verify your name in the list of passers. Once it was verified, you will sign the DOST-SEI contract and will be invited to participate the DOST-SEI SOEP (Summer Orientation and Enrichment Program).
How can I have my very own DOST-SEI Web-based E-mail?
If you want to avail your @dostscholars.org, you can sign up here.
Kindly wait for a confirmation message containing your username and password. Once you received it, you can login to mail.dostscholars.org.
A. Who Needs a DOST-SEI Clearance?
1. An on-going scholar who will travel abroad;
2. A scholar who withdrew his/her scholarship but was able to enjoy the scholarship prior to withdrawal;
3. A scholar whose scholarship was terminated but with service obligation; and
4. A scholar-graduate who has not yet secured a final clearance
Why do you need a DOST-SEI Clearance?
A DOST-SEI scholar will secure a clearance from the Science Education Institute while he/she is still complying with his/her scholarship obligations or for the following cooperating institution:
1. National Bureau of Investigation for employment;
2. Department of Foreign Affairs for application or renewal of passport;
3. Bureau of Immigration for airport immigration clearance prior to departure; and
4. Other institutions requiring DOST-SEI clearance
When is the Temporary DOST-SEI Clearance Issued?
A temporary clearance is issued to an ongoing scholar-graduate who has not completed her/his scholarship obligation but will travel out of the country, undergo on-the-job training or be locally employed (for the latter).
What are the requirements to secure a temporary DOST-SEI Clearance?
For continuing scholars:
A. Submit a written letter stating the nature of travel, e.g. official or personal purpose, desti-
nation, duration and other pertinent information about the travel.
B. Accomplished Supplemental Agreement (Form provided by DOST-SEI).
C. Post a surety bond posted with the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) or a
cash bond (with SEI for a travel that is for a month or shorter period) for an amount equiva-
lent to the total financial assistance received by scholar while on scholarship plus 12% interest.
For scholar-graduates and those whose scholarship was terminated or withdrawn:
A. D1A, D1B, D1C
B. Service Record/Certification of Employment, if any
OFFICIAL TRAVEL: If scholar-graduate’s company is sending him/her abroad for training or any official business - For short-term period:
A. With employer’s guarantee - the employer must write SEI about travel plan: reason for
travel, destination, duration of travel and a guarantee of her/his return and in cases/
you fails to do so, its willingness to reimburse to DOST-SEI the amount equivalent to the period left unserved.
B. Without employer’s guarantee—D1A, D1B, D1C, 2B, and employer’s endorsement of travel
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