* For all applicants: Completed Application Form
* Admission Test
* College Transcript of Records (TOR)
* Two Letters of Recommendation from Employer/Professor/INC Minister
* Two recent 2 x 2 photographs (identical)
For foreign applicants:
A foreign student is required to submit a photocopy of the student visa granted by the Philippine Government. In addition to the above requirements, he/she must submit the following to allow for follow-up by New Era University of the students application for student visa:
* High School and College Diploma
* Affidavit of support
* Personal history statement (3 copies)
* Three passport-size photos
* For public school teachers: Public school teachers are required to submit a copy of their study permit from the pertinent government office.
Admission to the School of Graduate Studies at New Era University is on application. Inquiries concerning admission or academic regulations should be addressed to the Dean of the School of Graduate Studies or the Office of the University Registrar (OUR).
* Admission Procedure: Secure application form for admission to New Era University from the OUR.
* Fill out the form and return to the OUR with college transcript of records and evidence of earned undergraduate degrees.
* If the application is approved, proceed to the Cashier's Office for payment of admission test fee.
* Proceed to the Guidance Center for the schedule of admission test.
* Regular Admission The applicant is granted regular admission if he fulfills the following conditions: An appropriate baccalaureate degree from a Commission on Higher Education (CHED)-accredited college or university or its equivalent if coming from another country.
* Must have passed the NEU Entrance Examination.
* A grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.25 or its equivalent in all undergraduate work.
Admission on Probation
The applicant may be admitted on a probationary status if he/she has a grade point average lower than 2.25 but not lower than 2.75 in all undergraduate work, under condition that he/she had complied with requirements a and b above.
A student under probation must comply with the passing grade requirement for the Graduate Program in order to be retained. The SGS reserves the right to deny enrollment to a student on probation who fails to obtain a passing grade.
Admission of Non-Education or Non-Business Graduates
Applicants who do not have a Bachelor of Education degree but are graduates of other baccalaureate degrees are required to take at least eighteen (18) units of professional education subjects before they can enroll in any MAEd program.
Applicants who do not have a Business Education degree but are graduates of other baccalaureate degrees are required to take at least nine (9) units of business principles subjects before they can enroll in the MBA program.
Upon admission, the student is automatically assigned for academic advisement to the coordinator of the area in which he/she expects to do work. During the registration, the student, with the help of this adviser, makes up a study plan indicating the progressive steps toward finishing his/her study program. A copy of the plan is filed in the Dean's Office. Forms are available for this purpose.
* Maximum Residency Rule Students whose enrollment has exceeded five (5) years for the master's programs or seven (7) years for the doctorate program are required to take a related course per year exceeded.
* Students, who have achieved academic excellence as evidenced by a GPA of at least 1.25 and who, while away, are pursuing or working on closely related field may not be given penalty subjects.
Student Leave of Absence Policy
A student who plans to stop schooling for at most one year is required to apply for a leave of absence by accomplishing a form for the purpose available at the Dean's Office and obtaining the Dean's approval. The approved period of leave of absence will not be included in the number of years of residence of the student. Absence of more than one year requires reapplication.
* A graduate student who has completed all the academic requirements for his/her program may take the Comprehensive Examination.
* A student applying for the Comprehensive Examination is required to pay a comprehensive examination fee to the cashier.
* A student should obtain an evaluation of grades from the OUR and submit the same to the Dean's Office before taking the Comprehensive Examination.
* A student who fails the Comprehensive Examination may retake the exam only once after which failure in the retake would require the student to audit general and major courses as determined by the Dean and the Program Chairman before he/she could retake the examination.