Are you planning to pursue postgraduate studies related to STEM and the creative industries? Or sustainability, healthy living and caring community and culture, heritage and humanities? Read on to find out about the subsidies you can obtain to pursue a postgraduate programme you are interested in at the University of Hong Kong!

The scheme at a glance
"Targeted Taught Postgraduate Programmes Fellowships Scheme" is a merit-based scheme providing fellowships for local students pursuing designated taught postgraduate programmes in Hong Kong.

The subsidy amount of the scheme subjects to a cap of HK$120,000 for each student. Please contact the Faculty Office for details.

1. Applications are open to local students admitted to the designated TPg programs in 2021/22;

2. The award of the fellowships will be based on merits taking into account the students' academic achievements, professional qualifications, relevant working experience and achievements in other areas as well as the proposals submitted by the students; and

3. To avoid double subsidy, applications from students who are receiving other forms of government scholarship (except student financial assistance) for pursuing the same program will not be considered.

Designated TPg Programmes
Below is a list of postgraduate programmes that are eligible for the consideration of the scheme:

Master of Public Health
Master of Data Science
Master of Science in Business Analytics
Master of Social Work
Master of Economics
Master of Laws in Compliance and Regulation
Master of Science in Computer Science
Master of Science in Information Technology in Education
Master of Finance
Master of Science in Engineering in Building Services Engineering
Master of Science in Urban Analytics
Master of Laws in Corporate and Financial Law
Master of Statistics
Master of Nursing
Master of Arts in the field of Literary and Cultural Studies

If you wish to obtain more details on the scheme and its application procedures, please contact the Faculty Office directly.

Please refer to UGC's website for more details of the Scheme.