1. Entrance and Progression Scholarships
Entrance Scholarships are available for new students who possess good academic qualifications. Progression Scholarships will be granted as an incentive to Associate Degree and Higher Diploma Year 1 students who progress to Associate Degree Year 2 with outstanding academic results.
2. Academic Scholarships
About 50 Academic Scholarships are available for application every year. The scholarships are available for application every year. The scholarships will be awarded to students according to their academic merit, achievements in extra-curricular activities and contributions to the College or University.
3. Community Service Scholarships
The College provides Community Service Scholarships to award the students who have outstanding achievement in the extra-curricular activities and contributions to the College and Community.
4. Self-financing Post-secondary Scholarship Scheme (SPSS)
The Self-financing Post-secondary Scholarships are provided and funded by the Education Bureau. These scholarships aim to recognize sub-degree students with outstanding academic performance, achievements and talents in other non-academic fields. Under this scheme, there are FIVE types of scholarships, (1) Outstanding Performance Scholarship, (2) Talent Development Scholarship, (3) Reaching Out Award, and (4) Endeavour Scholarship are opened for applications annually; while (5) Best Progress Award is to be nominated by CCLU. The amount of each scholarship ranges from HK$10,000 to HK$30,000 per year.
5. Additional Academic Expenses Grant for Students with Special Educational Needs
The Commission on Poverty has approved the allocation of funds from the Community Care Fund (CCF) for enhancing the academic expenses (AE) grant for post-secondary students with financial needs and special educational needs (SEN) including specific learning difficulties, intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorders, attention deficit / hyperactivity disorders, physical disability, visual impairment, hearing impairment, and/or speech and language impairment.
Each eligible applicant who has passed the means test under the Financial Assistance Scheme for Post-secondary Students (FASP) will be offered an additional AE grant of up to $8,000 every year. The actual amount of subsidy receivable is to be determined with respect to the applicant’s level of assistance assessed in the means test.