Admission
Admission

The University caters to local and international students seeking UP’s brand of education. Admissions to our high school, undergraduate, and graduate degree programs require several processes and requirements. Over the years, the University has ensured that admissions are responsive to the needs and challenges of the community.

Office of the University Registrar (OUR)

University of the Philippines Los Baños
College, Batong Malake, Los Baños
Laguna 4031, Philippines 

Processes applications for admission; manages registration and related matters in coordination with colleges; maintains academic records of admitted and enrolled students; attends to preparations relative to graduation and processes and issues transcript of records, certifications, and academic verifications.

Graduate studies at UPLB aim to develop the ability of students in critical inquiry and independent research towards the advancement of knowledge and the development of professional leadership.

The Graduate School integrates and administers graduate programs in agriculture, forestry, the basic sciences, mathematics and statistics, development economics and management, agrarian studies and human ecology. It also caters to the increasing demand of graduate offering in other disciplines like agricultural engineering, land and water resources engineering, molecular biology and information technology, food science and technology, food and nutrition planning, and veterinary medicine.

UPLB Graduate School

University of the Philippines Los Baños
College, Batong Malake, Los Baños
Laguna 4031, Philippines 

UP Rural Highschool

Paciano Rizal, Bay
Laguna, Philippines 4033

The U.P. Rural High School was founded by virtue of Philippine Legislative Act 3377, Section 4 (known as the National Vocational Act of 1927). It was designed as a vocational high school and has served as a practice teaching laboratory for Agricultural Education students under the administration of the Department of Agricultural Education, UP College of Agriculture. In the early sixties, more academic subjects were added.