The Prince Philip Scholarship includes a non-means tested cash award of 4,500 pounds per annum. One Hong Kong-London-Hong economy class return air ticket will also be awarded free of means test results. Scholars may also claim, where necessary, the full costs of tuition and subsistence. Decisions about this extra claim are based on a means test comparable to the one operated by universities in Hong Kong. The Scholarship is reviewed annually in the light of academic progress and is normally extended for the duration of the undergraduate course of three or four years.

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Prince Philip Scholarship application form

***PLEASE NOTE that this is the form for applicants entering Cambridge in 2015, the most updated form is out in early Sept of each year***

Application guidelines and notes, application form and confidential report:
Scholarship application package for Cambridge University and Prince Philip Scholarship

Prince Philip Scholarship tenable at Cambridge University – Information Seminar

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5:00pm to 7:00pm on 3rd September, 2014 (Wednesday) at 22nd Floor, The Bank of East Asia Building, 10 Des Voeux Road Central
For reservation, please click http://goo.gl/O78pBb.

Dear Principal,

Prince Philip Scholarship tenable at Cambridge University – Information Seminar

Every year, through the Prince Philip Scholarship, The Friends of Cambridge University in Hong Kong support the most talented local young people to pursue their tertiary education in one of the most renowned universities in the world – Cambridge University. The Scholarship covers up to the full cost of all fees, accommodation and living expenses for a full undergraduate programme at the University. As part of our on-going effort to introduce Cambridge University and the Prince Philip Scholarship to students who are keen to challenge themselves, you or your representative and your students are cordially invited to attend the Prince Philip Scholarship Information Seminar.

The seminar, which will cover important information on application procedures, selection criteria and working schedule, will be held from 5:00pm to 7:00pm on 3rd September at 22nd Floor, The Bank of East Asia Building, 10 Des Voeux Road Central, Hong Kong. Representatives from the Scholarship’s Selection Committee (including professors from Cambridge University), will be present to meet you and your students to provide advice and information on admissions to Cambridge. Current undergraduate students will also be there to share with your students their experience of Cambridge.

For further information and guidance on how to apply for the Prince Philip Scholarship, please visit our website at http://www.cambridge.org.hk/scholarship.html. The Scholarship is highly competitive. We look forward to meeting your students who are academically well-suited for Cambridge and who welcome the challenge.

Due to limited seating at the seminar, places are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Kindly sign up by filling out the on-line form at http://www.cambridge.org.hk/ppseminar.html or email to kwanc@hkbea.com by 1st September 2014. We would be grateful if you would also invite interested students to attend so as to take advantage of this opportunity.

Should you have any questions, please contact Ms. Cannie Kwan on 3608-8277.

For reservation, please click http://goo.gl/O78pBb.

We very much look forward to seeing you and your students at the forthcoming seminar.

Yours truly,


David K.P. Li
Chairman, Executive Committee

Applying to Cambridge University - Presentation

The Cambridge experience (as a student) - Presentation

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Scholars 2010-2019

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Matriculation Scholars / Bursars College
Year
2010
Mr Jeremy LAM Tsit Sze, Magdalene
Miss Esther LAU Sin Ting, Churchill
Miss Hilary WONG Jin Yan, Fitzwilliam

2011
Mr Johnathan HUNG Man Chiu (孔文超), St. Catharine’s
Mr KWAN Ping Kan (關秉勤), Corpus Christi
Miss Connie LEUNG Ka Wing (梁嘉穎), Downing
Mr Stefan NIGAM, Gonville & Caius
Miss Angela WU (胡安愉), Jesus
Miss Dorothy YANG Daiyi (楊代怡), Sidney Sussex

2012
Miss Jasmine Cheung Wun Yan (張瑗恩), Jesus
Miss Cindy Ling Chu Wen (凌楚雯), Downing
Mr Dickson Pearson Guanda Poon (潘冠達), Magdalene
Mr Kendrick To (杜光政), Robinson
Mr Phoenix Tse Tze Sing (謝梓昇), Magdalene
Mr Nicholas Wong Hok Hei (王學熙), Pembroke

The Prince Philip Scholarship

Permalink Categories: 01 Introduction

The Prince Philip Scholarship includes a non-means tested cash award of 2,900 pounds per annum. One Hong Kong-London-Hong economy class return air ticket will also be awarded free of means test results. Scholars may also claim, where necessary, the full costs of tuition and subsistence. Decisions about this extra claim are based on a means test comparable to the one operated by universities in Hong Kong.

The Scholarship is reviewed annually in the light of academic progress and is normally extended for the duration of the undergraduate course of three or four years.

To be eligible for a Scholarship a student should either have been born in Hong Kong or have acquired "Hong Kong belonger" status through long residence. Students eligible for United Kingdom Home Fee Status will not be considered for a Prince Philip Scholarship.

All applications for a Prince Philip Scholarships should be submitted by the 15th of October each year.

Selection is primarily by a panel representing the University of Cambridge and including members from the University of Hong Kong and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Selected candidates will be called for interview in Hong Kong in late November or early December of each year. Candidates who will not be in Hong Kong at this time may be interviewed in the United Kingdom.

Cambridge University Application Process Flowchart

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Prince Philip Scholarship Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Q: When is the applicaiton deadline?
A: 15 October

Q: Where to send the application form?
A: The Administrative Secretary, The Friends of Cambridge University in Hong Kong, c/o The Bank of East Asia, Limited, 10 Des Voeux Road Central, Hong Kong. (Contact person: Ms Cannie Kwan, Tel: +852 36088277)

Q: Can I send the application form myself?
A: All application form must be sent and endorsed by your school master/principal. We will not process the form if sent by the student directly

Q: If I am awarded the Prince Philip Scholarship, does that mean I am guranteed a place in Cambridge University?
A: Yes, Prince Philip Scholarship recipients are guranteed a place in Cambridge Univeristy

Q: I already have a first degree, am I eligible to apply to Prince Philip Scholarship?
A: No. The Scholarship aims to support Hong Kong students to pursue their first degree

Scholars 2000-2009

Matriculation Scholars / Bursars College
Year
2000
Mr Donald Tse Man Lap Gonville & Caius
Mr Herbert Lau Ho Bun Trinity
Mr. Isaac Fung Chun Hai Trinity Hall
Miss Yee Man Yin Trinity
Miss Fok Shan Yan New Hall
Miss Joyce Wong Wan Man Pembroke
Miss Vivian Wong (Bursar) Magdalene

2001
Miss Kitty Chan Yan Fitzwilliam
Miss Eugenia Fan Ping Yin Corpus Christi
Mr Li Chung Fai Churchill
Mr Frederick Mak Fong Chai Churchill
Miss Elaine Ng Pui Kei Magdalene
Miss Maggie Tsui Yeuk Ting Trinity

2002
Mr Danny ChanTsz Fung Clare
Miss Fok Shan Yee Trinity
Mr Gary Hau Wai Kei Corpus Christi
Miss Kang Chin Hwa Girton
Miss Anna-Mae Koo Mei Jong Peterhouse
Mr Ivan Yip Tsz Cheong Trinity
Mr Deng Jundi Earl (Bursar) Fitzwilliam

2003
Mr Ho Yuk Kwan Clare
Miss Karen Lee Ka Wai Newnham
Mr John Leung Chun St. John's
Miss Li Xia Robinson
Miss Wong Chi Wing Trinity
Miss Helen Yeung Ho Yan Newnham
Mr Victor Wong Chun Cheung (Bursar) St. John's

2004
Mr Cheung Ka Hei St. John's
Mr Alvin Cheung Yu Hin Corpus Christi
Miss Stephanie Choi Wai Lum Newnham
Miss Ho Ka Yan Trinity
Mr Hon Kai Kwong Fitzwilliam
Mr Hugh Kam Tsun Ting Pembroke
Miss Serina Kwan King Tak (Bursar) Newnham
Miss Michelle Tam Hang Wun(Bursar) Corpur Christi

2005
Mr Benjamin Yeoh Chueh Chien Selwyn

2006
Mr Leslie CHENG Chen Jung Magdalene
Mr Aaron LAM Lap Kiu Trinity Hall
Miss Sally Louise PEI Trinity Hall

2007
Mr. LEUNG Tsz Kin Trinity College
Mr. Calvin QIU Yu Hang Pembroke College
Mr. Clive SO Kee Fung Selwyn College
Mr. YUEN Chak Hei St. John’s College

2008
Miss Margaret Ma HUANG, Fitzwilliam
Mr. LEUNG Yue Hang, Magdalene
Mr Terrence TAI Chun Yin, Magdalene

2009
Miss Melissa NG Kai Yan, Clare

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