University of Liverpool Graduate Association Hong Kong and Tung Undergraduate Scholarships

About the Donors

The Tung Foundation

The Tung Foundation, founded by the late CY Tung, father of Liverpool graduates, CH Tung (BEng Hons Marine Engineering 1960, Hon LLD 1997) and CC Tung (BEng Hons Mechanical Engineering 1964, Hon LLD 2009), supports social, cultural and educational causes.

ULGAHK

The University of Liverpool Graduate Association (Hong Kong) scholarships were established in 1997 following a generous donation from an anonymous benefactor. The objectives of the scholarships are to promote educational exchange and academic research respectively, between the University of Liverpool and residents of Hong Kong. These scholarships were established in 1997 following a generous donation from an anonymous benefactor.

University of Liverpool Graduate Association Hong Kong Undergraduate Scholarship

The University of Liverpool Graduate Association Hong Kong undergraduate scholarships are worth £10,000 and are awarded to students originating from Hong Kong only who can prove academic excellence and have been admitted to pursue full-time studies at the University of Liverpool.

The Tung Foundation Undergraduate Scholarship

The Tung Foundation postgraduate scholarship are worth £10,000 and is awarded annually to students from Hong Kong only who can prove academic excellence and have been admitted to pursue full-time studies at the University of Liverpool.

Eligibility:

The undergraduate scholarships are awarded to academically outstanding students originating from Hong Kong only, who have been admitted to purse full-time undergraduate studies, or are already studying, at the main University of Liverpool campus, leading to a bachelor degree in their chosen fields.

The scholarships are open to undergraduate students in all years of study at the time of application. The scholarship is not automatically renewed and recipients will need to reapply for the scholarship each year.

Successful candidates will be awarded a scholarship to cover partial payment of the tuition fee or living expenses. The scholarship may or may not be held concurrently with any other scholarships or bursaries at the discretion of the Award Committee.

XJTLU Scholarship Award

The University of Liverpool Graduate Association Hong Kong also offer a scholarship of £5,000 to an academically outstanding undergraduate student, who has completed the first two years of their degree programme at XJTLU in Suzhou and subsequently continued their studies at the University of Liverpool.

This award is open to applicants originating from Hong Kong only.

To apply for this award please use the application process and form below and suggest you are applying for the XJTLU scholarship award in your application email.

How to apply:

Candidates should provide all applicable listed documentation below, including the scholarship application form completed in full. Please note that incomplete applications will not be considered.

New applicants

New applicants are to submit all the following documents to giving@liverpool.ac.uk

  • Completed undergraduate scholarship application form
  • Acceptance letter from the University of Liverpool (prospective students only)
  • Relevant certificates and transcripts (record sheets of your marks or grades)
  • Academic CV.

Current scholarship recipients

Current scholarship recipients are to submit all the following documents to giving@liverpool.ac.uk

  • Completed undergraduate scholarship application form
  • Detailed one-page report of your progress (detailing your academic year progress)
  • Relevant transcripts (record sheets of your marks or grades)
  • Academic CV.

Please submit these documents saved as PDFs with your 9-digit student number as part of the file name, e.g. SupervisorLetter123456789.pdf. Applications without this number cannot be considered.

Please note the deadline for applications is 28 June 2021. Applicants will be notified of the outcome of their applications by the end of August and successful applicants will be asked to attend a virtual meeting.