Timetable for Processing of Applications for IGSL Scholarship for Academic Years 2019-2020

This timetable covers applications for the MA in Transformational Leadership under Memoranda of Agreement with the AFP, PNP, BFP, BJMP, and PCG hereafter referred to as the “Service”.

1. Promotion and inquiries stage (June-July 2018.)
The Service shall publish information on the availability of IGSL scholarship to all its units, including the following information:
  • The International Graduate School of Leadership, a Christian institute of higher learning, is offering 2-year scholarships to qualified commissioned officers leading to a Master of Arts in Transformational Leadership.
  • The program of study would equip officers who are projected to occupy positions related to organizational transformation, leadership and character development, values formation, doctrines development, education and training, including tactical officers at service academies and other training institutions.
  • Scholarship covers tuition, annual book allowance of Php15,000 and monthly stipend of Php10,000.  Housing on campus may be available on a case-to-case basis.
  • Applicant must be a commissioned officer on active duty, a college graduate, preferably of the rank O-3 or O-4, must pass the English proficiency test administered by IGSL (a fee of PHP1,000 will be borne by applicant), must be willing to be a fulltime student from August 2019 to June 2021, and not due for career schooling or deployment for the duration of the course.  Applicant must be willing to relocate family to IGSL.
  • For more information, interested parties are advised to visit the IGSL campus, see the IGSL website (www.igsl.asia) or email their inquiries directly to the Office of Admissions of IGSL: admissions@igsl.asia.
2. Orientation and application stage (August 2018)
1. Prospective applicants are required to attend a 2-day scholarship orientation at the IGSL campus at 12 Daisy Street, Old Sauyo Road, Novaliches, Quezon City, on August 23-24, 2018.  The purpose of the orientation is to help applicants decide whether or not to pursue their application.  It is free of charge and open to all interested parties.  Spouses of applicants are required to attend.
2. After attending the orientation and confirming interest in pursuing studies at IGSL, applicants apply for the scholarship through proper channels in their Service.
3. At the same time, to facilitate processing of applications by IGSL, applicants must submit all required application forms, transcripts, and other documents not later than 30 September 2018.
3. Screening stage (September 2018-February 2019).
1. IGSL shall screen applicants through the English competency test, essays, demo teaching, interviews, as well as college transcripts and references.
2. Upon completion of deliberation by the IGSL scholarship committee, IGSL shall submit to the Service a list of qualified applicants for the MATL program.
3. IGSL shall send formal notification to the qualified applicants.
4. Issuance of orders (March 2019).
1. The Service shall provide IGSL with the name of the officer(s) who are approved for schooling.
2. The Service shall direct officers who are approved for schooling to report to IGSL as a fulltime student from August 2019 to June 2021, copy furnished IGSL.
5. Reporting for schooling (August 2019)
1. Scholars move into student residence on campus.
2. Scholars begin their studies in IGSL.