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FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY
FEU Manila
Tel. No.: (632) 736-0036 • (632) 734-4971 Trunkline: (632) 735-5621 loc 251 or 295 E-mail: admissions@feu.edu.ph Website: www.feu.edu.ph

FEU Makati

Tel. No.: (632)817-8800 • (632)836-2033 Trunkline: (632)836-2002 loc 119 to 121 E-mail: feu-makati@feu.edu.ph Website: www.feu.edu.ph

PHOTO (Size 2x2) most recent picture

FRESHMAN

TRANSFEREE

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT

APPLICATION FOR THE FEU COLLEGE ADMISSIONS TEST (FEUCAT)
Instructions: 1. Fill out application form and secure 2 pieces 2x2 colored ID picture. 2. Proceed to any FEU Cashier and pay the testing fee of P450.00. 3. Submit completed application form and pictures to the Admissions and External Relations Office (AERO) and present your receipt. 4. Take the FEU-College Admission Test (Entrance Test) on the specified scheduled date and room assignment indicated in the receipt. 5. Kindly bring your school ID during the FEU-CAT.

Surname

Given Name

Middle Name

Birthdate (MM/DD/YYYY)

Age Citizenship: Mobile No:

Male Female Gender

Height

Weight

Birthplace: Telephone No:

Type of Visa (If foreign student): E-mail address:

Permanent Address (Street)

(City/Municipality)

(Province)

(Zip Code)

Name of High School:

Year of Graduation:

School Address (Street)

(City/Municipality)

(Province)

(Zip Code)

First choice of Program:

Second choice of Program:

Father’s Name: Mother’s Name: Parents’ Address: Guardian’s Name:

Occupation: Occupation:

TO BE FILLED OUT BY AERO STAFF OR # :

Relationship:

Date :

IMPORTANT REMINDERS: ENTRANCE EXAM IS VALID IN BOTH FEU MANILA AND FEU MAKATI. NO RETAKE POLICY NO REFUND ON TESTING / ADMISSIONS FEES THIS FORM IS NOT FOR SALE
THIS FORM CAN BE REPRODUCED.…...

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