Temporary Suspension of CHED Support for Paper Presentation in International Conference (SPPIC) Program and 2018 Republica AwardsGrants-in-AidDissertation GrantsThesis GrantsSupport for Paper Presentation on International Conferences
The Research Grant-in-Aid is intended to enhance the support environment for research in higher education by stimulating research among the developing Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). This Grant is afforded to research proposals submitted by public and private HEIs, subject to CHED approval.

 

Guidelines (PDF File):
 CMO 3 series of 2015 “Policy Reforms for the Grants-in-Aid Funds of the Commission on higher Education (CHED) for Research and Development and Extension”
Guidelines for CHED Research Grant-in-Aid (GIA)
Form A: CHED RDE Proposal Concept Note

 

Call for Proposals (PDF File):
2015 Call for Proposals for the Priority Areas of (1) Education for STEAM; (2) Environment, Disaster Prevention, Climate Change and Energy; and (3) Terrestrial and Marine Economy: Biodiversity and Conservation, dated April 6, 2015

CHED Grants-In-Aid Program for Research and Development, and Extension (1st Call)

2015 Call for Proposals for the Priority Areas of (1) Smart Analytics and Engineering Innovations; (2) Health Systems; and (3) Food Production and Security, dated April 16, 2015

CHED Grants-In-Aid Program for Research and Development, and Extension (2nd Call)

2015 Call for Proposals for the Priority Areas of (1) Food Production and Security; (2) Environment, Disaster Prevention, Climate Change and Energy; (3) Terrestrial and Marine Economy: Biodiversity and Conservation; (4) Smart Analytics and Engineering Innovations; (5) Health Systems; and (6) Education, dated November 9, 2015

CHED Grants-In-Aid Program for Research and Development, and Extension (3rd Call)

Grants-In-Aid (GIA)
2013

I. Rationale

The CHED Dissertation Grant Program is a subcomponent of the National Higher Education Research Agenda 1998-2007 which is aimed at upgrading the research manpower capability of higher education institutions (HEIs) while supporting the conduct of research on identified priority areas.

 

II. Priority Areas

 

CHED shall provide financial assistance to faculty members who are completing their dissertation work in any of the following clusters of discipline:

 

  • Science and Mathematics
  • Engineering, Maritime Studies and Architecture
  • Humanities, Social Science and Communication
  • Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry
  • Business and Industry
  • Health and Health Related Discipline
  • Information Technology
  • Teacher Education
  • Industrial Technology
III. Legal Basis

 

Support for Dissertations is in consonance with Section 8 of RA 7722 or the “Higher Education Act of 1994”, mandating the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to enhance the research function of higher education institutions (HEIs) in the Philippines.

 

IV. Eligibility

 

  • Not more than 50 years of age
  • Full time faculty member of HEI and in discipline recognize as either COE or COD or reted  at least good under the FAPE evaluation
  • Must have completed the coursework and passed the comprehensive examination in an accredited Graduate Program
  • Must have an approved dissertation proposal on an identified priority research area
  • Must have a general average of at least 1.75 or equivalent in the required courses leading to the Ph.D. degree applied for.
  Pertinent CHED Memorandum Order:

 

Downloadable Form:
Dissertation Grant Application Form
Dissertation Grantees
NCR
CAR
Region I
Region IV-A
Region VI
Region VII
Region VIII

I. Rationale

The CHED Thesis Grant Program is a subcomponent of the National Higher Education Research Agenda 1998;2008 which is aimed at upgrading the research manpower capability of higher education institutions while supporting the conduct of research on identified priority areas.

 

II. Priority Areas

 

CHED shall provide financial assistance to faculty members who are completing their Master’s thesis work in any of the following clusters of discipline:
  • Science and Mathematics
  • Engineering, Maritime Studies and Architecture
  • Humanities, Social Science and Communication
  • Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry
  • Health and Health Related Discipline
  • Information Technology
III.Legal Basis
 
Support for Thesis is in consonance with Section 8 of RA 7722 or the “Higher Education Act of 1994”, mandating the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to enhance the research function of higher education institutions (HEIs) in the Philippines.

 

 IV. Eligibility

 

The grant shall be open to nominees of HEIs in the Philippines that are offering programs in the disciplines applied for by the candidates who meet the following requirements:

  • Not more than 45 years of age
  • Full time regular faculty member of a HEI
  • Must have completed the coursework and passed the comprehensive examination in an accredited level 2 Graduate Program or COE/COD
  • Must have an approved thesis proposal on the above priority disciplines
  • Must have a general average of at least 1.75 or equivalent in the required courses leading to  Master’s degree applied for.
Pertinent CHED Memorandum Order:

 

Downloadable Form:
Thesis Grant Application Form

 

Thesis Grantees
NCR
Region II
Region IV-A
Region VI
Region X
I.Rationale

Regional/international conferences provide an excellent opportunity for disseminating research results and at the same time exposing researchers to recent developments in their fields of specialization. The Support for Paper Presentations in International Conferences (SPPIC) shall provide financial assistance to enable local researchers to participate in international conferences/seminars/workshops/fora.

II. Priority Areas

The paper for presentation should be related to CHED priority areas in the following disciplines:

  • Engineering,  Maritime Studies and Architecture
  • Humanities, Social Science and Communication
  • Agriculture and Fisheries
  • Science and Mathematics
  • Health and Health-related disciplines
  • Information Technology
  • Teacher Education
  • Law and Criminology

Priority is likewise given to papers on the following education-related topics:

  • Program/curricular assessment studies
  • Equivalency and accreditation
  • Policy-oriented studies
  • Studies on financing higher education
  • Economics of education
  • Governance and management of higher education
  • Quality assurance
  • Rationalization of education system
  • Model building studies
  • Institution building studies
  • Labor market studies

III.Legal Basis

Support for Paper Presentations in International Conferences is in consonance with Section 8 of RA 7722 or the “Higher Education Act of 1994”, mandating the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to enhance the research function of higher education institutions (HEIs) in the Philippines, and in pursuance to the CEB Resolution No. 092 series of 2009.

IV. Eligibility

The grant is open to any Filipino national who is:

Full-time faculty or researcher/scientist working in a research unit of a higher education institution in the Philippines whose paper has been accepted for oral presentation in an international conference/seminar/workshop/forum provided said paper has not been presented in another fora.

Pertinent CHED Memorandum Order:
CMO No.12, s. 2009- Revised Guidelines for CHED Support for Paper Presentations in International Conferences