D. H. Chen Foundation Scholarship, The
陳廷驊基金會獎學金

On the Donor

The D. H. Chen Foundation Scholarship Program was launched in 2016 by The D. H. Chen Foundation.  With the vision to nurture compassionate and insightful leaders who drive positive social changes, the Scholarship Program offers comprehensive support to enhance Scholars’ professional knowledge, personal insights and social aspirations.

A maximum of 20 scholarships will be granted annually to local Year 1 undergraduate students who are enrolled in full-time UGC-funded programmes at CityU, CUHK, HKU, HKUST and PolyU.

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Purpose and Scope

The Program usually opens for applications in Semester Two each year. 

Apart from the provision of comprehensive financial support, the Program also offers a wide range of distinctive components enabling our Scholars to explore and realize different academic, personal and social goals. These features include social service exposure, mentorship, Scholars network and other learning opportunities that foster the Scholars’ professional and philanthropic aspirations.

Selection criteria:

  • attained a Year GPA of at least 3.5 or equivalent in Year 1 ; and
  • demonstrate leadership abilities and commitment to make positive social change.

(Note: Awardees of The D. H. Chen Foundation Scholarship are NOT allowed to hold other scholarships/bursaries (excluding prizes and some enrichment support schemes) concurrently, from the date of accepting The D. H. Chen Foundation Scholarship.)

 

Application Timeline

The 2021-22 round of applications will open in early April 2022. Please click here for details of the 2021-22 Scholarship Program and the selection timeline.

 

Awarded by External Body
Value of Award Covers tuition fee (capped at HK$42,100), possible living allowance (HK$38,000) and overseas learning allowance (Max. HK$80,000)
Renewal Conditions Subject to Yearly GPA of at least 3.5 or equivalent in the preceding academic year (Note: Living allowance, if awarded, may be renewed subject to continued financial or special educational needs)
Selection by Open application & interview
Type of Scholarships Merit-based Scholarships for Current Students
Place of Origin of Students Local
Level of Study Undergraduate
Faculty Not specified
Year of Study 1

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