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Achieved outstanding academic performance in the previous academic year
Bachelor's Degree or Higher Diploma
The captioned programme aims to provide an opportunity for outstanding Chinese youths who are residing overseas and in Hong Kong to know more about the socio-economic, technological, and cultural developments of China. It will be a 17-day programme of exploration and exchange activities to be held in Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Xian, and Beijing in July. The organizers will cover the costs of airfares between Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Xian, and Beijing, meals and accommodation. Selected participants are required to pay only for their airport taxes, travel, and medical insurance. Candidates should be ethnic Chinese, full-time undergraduate students in the current academic year and fluent in English.
Established in 1934, The Chinese Manufacturers' Association of Hong Kong (CMA) is a non-profit making chamber of commerce and industry. With over 3,700 member-companies from various sectors of industry and trade, it is one of the oldest and most representative industrial associations in Hong Kong, known for its public interest and community service. The CMA constantly keeps itself up-to-date with commercial and industrial trends in international markets, and watches closely domestic conditions which may affect trade and industry. CMA's activities and services are directed at the well-being of Hong Kong as a whole, and it places equal emphasis on fostering international understanding and co-operation.
CMA's primary objectives are:
As an Exemplary Beta Gamma Sigma Chapter of 2009-10, CB has been invited to participate in the Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS) Scholarship Programme 2011. CB will commit to provide a 500USD local match from the departmental Non-UGC Reserves to the 500USD Beta Gamma Sigma US Headquarters’ contribution for a BGS Scholarship award of 1,000USD. The following award regulations shall apply for the academic year 2012/2013:
The prospective recipient should:
The Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management (IHRM), established in 1977, is the largest professional institute for human resource management (HRM) and development (HRD) in Hong Kong, with some 2,800 members, including over 250 corporate members. IHRM, a non-profit making organization, aims to enhance professional standards in HRM and HRD and to increase the influence of HR professionals for the benefit of individuals and organizations in Hong Kong. To this end, IHRM provides a wide range of services for its members and serves the community in various ways.
Mission of the Institute:
one student studying the HD Accountancy who have achieved the highest marks in the subject of Company Secretarial Practice (CM3261)
one full-time degree studnet from AC and MGT on alternate basis. In 2000/2001, the award is designated for MGT
MGT should nominate a student who have achieved an outstanding mark in the subject of Organizational Behaviour (MGT3206)
one full-time degree student from AC who have achieved an outstanding mark in the subject of Business and Law
one full-time degree student from AC who have achieved an outstanding mark in the subject of Company Law
one part-time student studying PGDCA who have achieved the best results in the subject of Company and Securities Regulations and Practice
The Hong Kong Jockey Club is a world-class racing organization and Hong Kong¡¦s largest private charity donor. Its vision is to be a world leader in the provision of horse racing, sporting and betting entertainment, and Hong Kong's premier charity and community benefactor.
With an aim to enhancing students’ awareness and understanding in mediation and arbitration services, Hong Kong Mediation and Arbitration Centre has kindly agreed to establish an award scheme in the University with effect from the academic year 2012/2013 under the following regulations:
The Award(s) aims to reward outstanding full-time UGC-funded local /non-local undergraduate students.
Type of Award :
1. Talent Development Scholarship (TDS)
(i) TDS aims to give recognition to students who have demonstrated achievements or talent in non-academic areas and provide support for these students to further develop their talent and potential.
(ii) The TDS will be offered to students who have demonstration talent or potential in at least one of the following areas:
o Sports and games;
o Music and performing arts;
o Culture, arts and design; or
o Innovation, science and technology
(i) Demonstration of active participation and achievements in any of the above areas in recent three years; in addition, awardees should at least:
o Receive awards in territory-wide, national or regional competitions/performances;
o Represent institution or relevant association in such competitions/performances; or
o Have good recommendation/assessment by the institution or relevant organization on the capability or talent.
(ii) Achieve good academic attainment, normally CGPA 3.0 or above. For first-year students, they should have good academic results during secondary education (including public examinations).
(iii) A student may be awarded the TDS more than once throughout his studies of the relevant programme, and each nomination should be considered based on individual merits.
2. Reaching Out Award (ROA)
(i) Equip students with an international vision, broadening their exposure to multicultural environment and enhancing their communication skills in English, Putonghua or other languages.
(ii) Enable students to participate in learning, internship or service programmes which are mainly course or placement related as well as national, regional and international events and competitions that are conducted outside Hong Kong.
(iii) The outreaching activities should either be organized or endorsed by the institutions.
(i) Achieve good academic attainment, normally CGPA 3.0 or above. For first-year students, they should have good academic results during secondary education (including public examinations).
(ii) The ROA can only be provided to the same student once over the entire study programme.
(iii) Each awardee is required to submit a reflection report to the institutions on the activities participated and the learning experiences and benefits acquired.
The Hongkong Bank Foundation has kindly decided to establish a number of awards to the University for the 2012/13 academic year under the following regulations:
The Scholarship shall be awarded to UGC funded full-time local undergraduate students who have achieved CGPA 3.7 or above / are the top 3% of class in Semester A of the current academic year. Preference should be given to those with financial need or with disability.
The Department of Management decided to set up a scholarship in remembrance of an outstanding BBAHRM student, Ms. Kathy H.K. Chan, who passes away in 2011 because of illnesses. The scholarship shall be funded by the Departmental Non-UGC Reserves with effect from 2012/2013 for ten consecutive academic years until 2021/2022. The following regulations shall apply as of 2012/13:
The Scholarship shall be awarded to a BBAHRM student who has achieved excellent academic performance, preferably with a CGPA of 3.0 or above in spite of his/her significant difficulties encountered, including illnesses, family issues, and learning difficulties.
The Li Po Chun Charitable Trust Fund Committee agreed to donate annually a number of scholarships to the University with effect from 1984/85.
Mr. Matsubara Mitsunobu has agreed to donate a scholarship to the University with effect from 2004/2005 academic year. The following regulations shall apply as of 2011/2012 :
The Scholarship shall be awarded to a full-time 2nd or final year student studying BBA(Hons) International Business (Japan Studies) who has achieved an outstanding academic performance in the previous academic year.
The Personnel Management Club (PMC) is one of the eight specialist clubs operating under the auspices of the Hong Kong Management Association. In order to increase the understanding on the aspects of personnel management, PMC offers scholarships to final-year undergraduate students engaging in full-time studies in Personnel Management / Human Resources Management in local universities.
Each university will be invited to nominate a student to join the competition. Each nominee will be required to tackle two tasks :
Submission of a written essay to the PMC (40% of the final result) and
Presentation at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Club (60% of the final result)
Preference will be given to a fresh graduate from full time mode of study
The recipient should have demostrated academic excellence and received a 1st class or upper 2nd class award or equivalent on graduation
The recipient should also have demostrated outstanding personal qualities
His/her involvement in extra-curricular activities & involvement with community (eg. charity & volunter work) shall be considered with equal importance
The FB, FHS, FSE, SLW, SCM and COL shall be invited on alternate years to nominate ONE student for the award
For the year 2000/2001, one nomination shall be invited form CB for the award
Shun Hing Group has grown over the past 47 years from a small company to a large group comprising numerous subsidiaries under the leadership of Dr William Mong Man-wai. Dr Mong established Shun Hing Hong in 1953. Being the founding member of Shun Hing Group, it is the sole agent for National brand products in Hong Kong and Macau manufactured by Japan¡¦s Matsushita Electric. It first introduced 30 valve-type radios and then gradually followed with a full range of electrical appliances, thus establishing Shun Hing¡¦s renowned reputation in Hong Kong.
The Group companies strive to offer the best service to customers from all areas. The four sales companies have successfully introduced into the market high quality products, including National home appliances and Panasonic audio-visual equipments, office automation equipments and telecommunications hardware, security systems, architectural and industrial products, commercial lighting, air-conditioning and ventilating systems, JVC audio-visual equipments and FOR.A broadcasting equipments, Rasonic home appliances, KDK products, Loewe digital TVs, Itoki and Style Best office furnitures, Teka kitchen appliances, TRANSTHERM and VINTEC wine cabinets and many more electrical products. The Group¡¦s scope of business also covers engineering and contracting services, electrical products repair and maintenance services, warehousing and logistic support services, full advertising services, contracting and leasing of advertising display sites as well as property investment in China.
Shun Hing Group has some 1,600 employees and is committed to its mission of working in pursuit of quality and excellence to develop a corporate culture based on continual improvement. Our Group companies have been awarded the ISO 9002 certificate, laying a solid foundation for a ¡§total quality culture¡¨. Through structured training and development programmes, we aim to realize the full potential of our employees and satisfy consumers in a highly competitive environment.
The Sir Edward Youde Memorial Fund was established in 1987 to commemorate the former late Governor Sir Edward Youde.
The purpose of the Fund is to provide for and encourage the education of, or research by the people of Hong Kong. In particular, it provides grants or loans with or without interest for the furtherance of education, learning or research within or without Hong Kong.
Full Time student
First Year student
The Scholarship shall be award to a student on the basis of academic merit, personal qualities and achievements
His/Her involvement in extra-curricular activities and involvement with community shall be given due consideration
The Scholarship shall be renewable for the remainder of the full programme of study, subject to satisfactory academic progress
For 2000/2001, nominations shall be invited from College and School depends on Semester A academic result
Nominations will be sent to the donor for final selection
The scholarship should not be held concurrently with other scholarships
To advocate volunteerism and encourage students to obtain personal growth through volunteering, the University set up the“TDK-SAE Corporate Social Responsibility (TDK-SAE CSR) Scholarship” with the generous support from SAE magnetics (H.K.)Ltd. (SAE) with effect from 2011/2012; and the following regulations shall apply in 2012/2013:
The awards shall be granted to full-time UGC funded non-final year undergraduate students from College of Business, the College of Science and Engineering and the School of Energy and Environment who has met the following criteria:
have made meaningful and continuous contributions to voluntary services which can benefit to the public and their personal development in the past 3 years with track record;
submit a proposal of a CSR programme for SAE to enhance the awareness of their staff on sustainable development; and
have achieved a minimum Cumulative (CGPA) of 3.0 or above as of Semester A in 2012/2013.
Awardees are obligated to execute their CSR programmes for SAE from May to mid-August 2013, stationed at SAE’s office in Science Park, Shatin, Hong Kong, and to perform consistently well for the programme. Awardees who cannot fulfill this obligation will not receive the second phase of disbursement valued at HK$25,000.
The awards shall be awarded to full-time UGC-funded local undergraduate students who
a. have achieved an outstanding academic performance (i.e. a minimum CGPA of 3.0) by the end of the academic year, and
b. are financially needy who have successfully applied for Government grants and loans.
Nominations shall be invited from Colleges and Schools.
The Chinese General Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary and non-profit-making organization of local Chinese firms and businessmen. Founded in 1900, it is one of the oldest and largest chambers of commerce in Hong Kong. At present, the Chamber has a membership of over 6,000. Members' businesses cover a wide spectrum of commercial and industrial activities in the territory. In addition to a wide range of services, the Chamber also provides the business community a forum for exchange of business information and an avenue for fostering regional and international communication and promoting trade and commerce. Its objectives are:
The Department of Management has agreed to establish annually a number of awards for the following purpose.
The Awards shall be eligible full-time undergraduates for the whole academic year who major in Human Resources Management or International Business (Japan Studies) or International Business. Selection will be based on the following criteria:
CGPA in the semester prior to departure no less than 3.2; and
Financial background and needs of the candidates.
With effect from the academic year 2012/2013, The Department of Management has decided to establish a prize namely The Department of Management Student Entrepreneurship Project Prize. It is to recognize and reward students with both academic and business performance. The following regulations shall apply as of 2012/2013:
The Prize shall be awarded to full-time non-first year undergraduate students in the Department of Management who meet the following criteria:
i. with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 or above and with no failures in all the prescribed courses completed at the time of application;
ii. with outstanding performance and contribution upon the completion of the Entrepreneurship project as determined by the Department of Management, and
iii. undertook up to average 5 hours of project-related duties per month as required by the project.
Recipients are obliged to provide personal reflection log upon completion of the project to the Department of Management.
Wing Lung Ngan Ho, as the indigenous bank was then called, opened for business on 25 February 1933 at 37 Bonham Strand East, Hong Kong with an initial capital of HK$44,500. At present the Bank has altogether 40 banking offices, including the Head Office, 35 local branches, 2 Representative Offices in China, one in Guangzhou and the other in Shanghai, 2 overseas branches, one in Los Angeles, California, USA and the other in Cayman Islands, BWI. The Bank also provides hire-purchase and leasing, trustee, nominee, insurance agency and broking, insurance underwriting, futures broking and securities broking services through its wholly-owned subsidiaries. The Bank has a total staff of more than 1,200.