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Scholarship Eligibility Application Deadline Remarks
Current Activities (2023/24)      
HKSAR Government Reaching Out Award (ROA) 2023/24 The applicant should
1. be full-time local or non-local student pursuing government-funded (UGC-funded) degree or above level and sub-degree programmes;
2. have at least attained a cumulative / overall GPA of 3.0 or have outstanding latest academic results if cumulative / overall GPA is not yet available at the time of application;
3. be selected to participate in or have completed an eligible outreach activity at the time of application;
4. NOT have received the HKSAR Government Reaching Out Award before.
An eligible outreach activity should:
1. be conducted outside Hong Kong from 1 Sep 2023 to 31 Aug 2024;
2. be organised / endorsed by Departments / Units at EdUHK, including the following:
a. Participating in an Event/ Competition (e.g. conferences/ forums/ workshops/ seminars/training camps/ competitions, service projects etc.);
b. Partaking in an internship or a placement (credit-bearing/ non-credit bearing);
c. Taking part in a field/study trip;
d. Attending a course (e.g. foreign language immersion programmes, academic exchange programmes etc.)
Li Po Chun Charitable Trust Fund Undergraduate Scholarships 2023/24 a. Applicants should be local students who have the right of abode in HK or are permitted to stay in HK without restriction (i.e. indicated by code “A” on the HKID card).  Priority will be given to applicants who have resided in HK continuously for at least three years prior to applying for the scholarship.
b. Year 1 students and senior year admittees to Year 3* of full-time UGC-funded undergraduate programmes are eligible.
(Note*: Senior year admittees to Year 3 refer to students who were graduates with Associate Degree or Higher Diploma qualifications prior to entry to EdUHK.)
c. Applicants are NOT allowed to hold other scholarships. 
AIA Scholarships 2023/24 Potential awardees of an AIA Scholarship are required to meet the following criteria:
a. be full-time local undergraduate students who are enrolled in a UGC-funded degree programme, pursuing their first undergraduate degree immediately succeeding completion of their senior secondary school education;
b. have the right of abode or the right to land, or have entered Hong Kong on One-way Permits;
c. have resided in Hong Kong continuously for at least 3 complete years immediately prior to the commencement of their undergraduate programme;
d. have received their senior secondary education in Hong Kong, including those who have studied local (e.g. Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education) and non-local (e.g. International Baccalaureate) curricula;
e. demonstrate excellent academic performance with a minimum GPA of 3.0 in the first semester of the first year of their undergraduate programmes;
f. demonstrate a record of community service or charitable work, undertaken prior to their application for the AIA Scholarships; and
g. must NOT be a recipient of an entrance or admission scholarship granted by EdUHK*.
*Successful applicants who have also been awarded an entrance or admission scholarship that subsidises the students’ local tuition fees will be required to relinquish such scholarships once they confirm acceptance of an AIA Scholarship, so that those resources are directed back to the University.
HKSAR Government Scholarship Fund Endeavour Merit Award (EMA) 2023/24 The applicant MUST
1. currently be a local or non-local student pursuing full-time UGC-funded (publicly-funded) degree or above level and sub-degree programmes at EdUHK;
2. normally attain a Programme GPA of 2.5 or above at the time of application for students studying in the second year or above, OR have satisfactory academic results during secondary/post-secondary education (including public examinations) for first-year students;
3. have valid documentary proof of any one of the following types of special educational needs:
a. Specific learning disabilities
b. Intellectual disabilities
c. Autism spectrum disorders
d. Attention deficit / hyperactivity disorder
e. Physical disability
f. Visual impairment
g. Hearing impairment
h. Speech and language impairment
i. Others
4. be nominated by the Faculty / Graduate School in which he/she is currently registered.
Swire Scholarship 2023/24 (1) The Scholarship will be awarded to one Year 2 or Year 3 (non-final year) Local student of the UGC-funded full-time Undergraduate programme;
(2) The candidates shall be assessed on the basis of academic merit (achieving an undergraduate Programme Grade Point Average of 3.4 or above at EdUHK) and other factors like personality, conduct, involvement in extra-curricular activities or social services and financial needs; and
(3) The candidates shall indicate in their application if they have joined/ are going to join any outbound activities in the year of application.
(4) Year 3 students admitted through senior year entry places to 4-year full-time programmes are not eligible.
HSBC Greater Bay Area (Hong Kong) Scholarship 2023/24  - Full-time undergraduate students.
- Hong Kong permanent residents with the right abode in Hong Kong.
- Minimum cumulative grade point average (CGPA) score of 3.0 or top 15% of class/department, in the first semester of the current academic year.
- Commitment to pursue employment, entrepreneurial endeavours, or advanced academic opportunities in the wider GBA.
Au Bak Ling Charity Trust Scholarship Scheme 2023/24 Only undergraduate students who study specifically to become teachers may apply, i.e. Bachelor of Education and/or Double Degree programmes. Students should be in Year 2 or above with a minimum Cumulative GPA of 3.0 (a copy of “Grade Enquiry” for all years of study showing CGPA or “Transcript of Study” should be attached).  Closed  
For Our Future Scholarship 2023/24 FT undergraduate (Year 2 and above) and master’s degree local students are eligible. 
Please note that the academic requirement for EdUHK is Programme GPA 3.3 or above. 
The Hong Kong Jockey Club Scholarships - Undergraduate Scholarship 2023/24 First-year first-degree local students studying UGC-funded undergraduate programmes (4 or 5-year full-time) are eligible to apply.  Closed  
Thomas Yeung Scholarship 2023/24 Mainland students (with preference given to those with household registration in Guizhou Province) studying a full-time taught master’s programme are eligible to apply.  Closed  
Sir Edward Youde Memorial Award Schemes 2023/24  Applications are invited from LOCAL students of full-time UGC-funded programmes for the captioned Award Schemes under the following categories:
(a) Sir Edward Youde Memorial Scholarships for Undergraduate and Diploma Students (Information Note B, Nomination Form B1) – Year 2 or above UG students; and
(b) Sir Edward Youde Memorial Scholarship for Disabled Students (Information Note D, Nomination Form D2) – Year 2 or above UG students.
Hong Kong Association of University Women (HKAUW) Scholarships 2023
1. Undergraduate Scholarships ($5,000 each)
Full-time female undergraduate students (except first and final year students) with outstanding academic achievements and demonstrable current participation and active involvement in community service.  
2.Postgraduate Scholarships ($20,000 each)
Full-time female postgraduate students (Master/ Doctor) with outstanding academic achievements, personal aspirations and qualities; demonstrable leadership and active involvement in community service; have contributions in their chosen disciplines, including a global outlook and the promotion of women’s status. 
HKSAR Government Scholarship 2023/24 Second year or above local and non-local students of full-time publicly-funded undergraduate or sub-degree programmes are eligible.  Closed  
Hong Kong International Institute of Educational Leadership Scholarship  2023/24 Students taking a programme with a duration of ONE YEAR or above are eligible to apply (full-time and part-time, local and non-local, UGC or self-funded students are all eligible). Closed  
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