Eric Peter Ho Memorial Scholarship
On the Donor
In 2015, the family of senior HKU alumnus Mr Eric Peter Ho CBE JP, together with friends and former colleagues of Mr Ho, pledged a donation to set up a scholarship in his name. Mr Ho dedicated his entire working life to serving Hong Kong as a Civil Servant. Mr Ho was among the first batch of students admitted to the University in 1946 when it re-opened after the War. In addition to his academic studies, he engaged in university life through active participation in sports and the student union. After graduation, he spent three years receiving training as an inspector of tax in the United Kingdom. The study-abroad experience impacted his life and defined his career direction. Mr Ho's family feels that the most suitable way to honour their father is to establish a scholarship to encourage students taking part in academic exchange.
Purpose and Scope
The Scholarship shall support full-time and full-degree undergraduate students from any disclipine to take part in academic exchange or undertake an internship at Canada, USA, UK, any EU member states, Norway, Switzerland, Australia or New Zealand during their studies at HKU.
- Academic merit (a cumulative GPA of 3.0 of above),
- Interview performance, and
- Participation in extra-curricular and/or community service activities, and leadership etc. will be taken into consideration.
The Scholarships cannot be held concurrently with other enrichment scholarships administered under the HKU Worldwide Exchange Programme.
|Awarded by External Body|
|Value of Award||HK$15,000 to HK$30,000|
|Type of Scholarships||
Merit-based Scholarships for Current Students
|Place of Origin of Students||Not specified|
|Level of Study||Undergraduate|
|Year of Study||Not specified|