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ACADEMIC PROGRAMMESFinancial Aid and Scholarship

ACADEMIC PROGRAMMESFinancial Aid and Scholarship

The School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM) offers multiple scholarships to high-potential applicants/students who pursue a Master of Science (MSc) degree in Hong Kong:

SHTM Academic Excellence Scholarship

This entry scholarship is targeted at candidates with outstanding academic performance in their undergraduate studies and/or success in internationally recognised standardised tests (e.g., TOEFL and GMAT/GRE). Applicants should complete the application form and return it to the School before the stipulated deadline.

SHTM Executive Development Scholarship

This entry scholarship is primarily targeted to applicants who have accumulated substantial (at least 5 years) industry experience. Applicants should complete the application form and return it to the School before the stipulated deadline.

Drore Scholarship

This entry scholarship is primarily targeted to applicants who excel in both academic and non-academic pursuits. Applicants should complete the application form and return it to the School before the stipulated deadline.

Service Scholarship

The MSc Service Scholarship is offered to the SHTM's enrolled MSc students. The value of the scholarship is up to HKD20,000, and awardees are expected to carry out up to 200 hours of service to the School in the areas of school activities, administration, research, or designated office duties. Students will be informed of the application procedure when they are successfully admitted to the programme concerned.

Other forms of financial support and assistance are also available, including:

Financial Support for Conference Attendance

The School will provide financial support for MSc students to attend international conferences and present their research findings. The maximum financial support will not exceed the tuition fee for one three-credit MSc subject.

Non-means-tested Loan Scheme (NLS)

The NLS offers interest-bearing loans to local full-time and part-time students to cover tuition fees. These loans are not means-tested, which means that there is no assessment of family income and assets. Both government-funded and self-financed students can apply before the deadline set by the government. For more information on loans, please visit the Student Finance Office of the Hong Kong SAR government.

Continuing Education Fund (CEF)

Four courses (HTM520, HTM534, HTM535 and HTM545) appear on the Continuing Education Fund (CEF) list of reimbursable courses. For these courses, eligible applicants will be reimbursed 80% of their fees, subject to a maximum sum of HKD20,000 (whichever is less), on successful completion of the course. Please visit the Hong Kong SAR government’s Student Finance Office for more information.

Disclaimer:

All information provided here is for reference only. The SHTM reserves the ultimate right on the use of the informational content listed herein and any changes/revisions made thereof. The SHTM reserves the right to change or withdraw the Financial Support for Conference Attendance at any time. In the case of any dispute or disagreement, the SHTM's decision is final.

The information presented on this page is subject to change without prior notice and does not form part of any contract between the University and any person. Applicants should visit this site frequently to obtain the latest information on scholarship opportunities.