Saint Paul Institute accepts two kinds of students for its degree and non-degree programs:
In order to be qualified for a scholarship; students have to apply by filling the application form and providing supporting documents to prove that they really come from poor families. Afterwards the scholarship committee will visit the students’ families.
Students can obtain scholarships ranging from 25% to 100% according to their social living condition.
Students can apply for SPI’s scholarship also through the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport. SPI offers 50 places every year to MoEys to select students from any high schools in Cambodia.
All applicants for degree courses whether scholarship or fee-paying must have a High School Certificate or a Diploma from another institution of higher education. Students who have completed high school in the current or the previous academic year may enroll for scholarship places in SPI courses. Prospective students must bring the following documents to the administration office:
Students who withdraw for one year due to any serious reason (illness or pregnancy) then seek to be reaccepted the following year must complete an application form as soon as possible and send it, along with a letter from a public hospital, to Academic Office for approval. The Department will then inform the students and the Institute if they have permission to resume their studies the following year. These forms are available from the Institute Academic Office. Please note that year one students are not allowed to withdraw.
All students wishing to continue their study in 2nd, 3rd, 4th year at SPI must complete an application form (together with the certificate of Foundation year Studies to enter into year 2).
Student who would like to change their major of study have to do it in year 2 and to compulsory complete all oriented subjects of that new major required by Foundation Year Department.
Fees apply for all non-degree courses at the Institute. Please contact to administration office for further information.