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 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

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