Full-time UGC-funded students who encounter financial difficulty may apply for various forms of financial assistance such as Government grants and/or loans, bursaries, loans, emergency funds. Details can be obtained from the Student Development Services website.
Part-time students on self-financing programmes may apply for the Government’s Non-means Tested Loan Scheme. Application forms are obtainable from District Offices and the Student Financial Assistance Agency.
Scholarships and prizes are donated by private organizations, professional bodies, individuals, School of Law non-UGC fund as well as the Government. They are normally awarded to students on the recommendation of the Dean on the basis of academic merit. Please click HERE for more information on scholarships and prizes.
School of Law offers admission scholarships for the following programmes:
Apart from admission scholarships, a number of annual scholarships are offered to students in different levels, email invitation with details would be sent to students separately for nomination.
The list of scholarship and prizes are currently available for reference only. The School reserves the right to review, modify, revoke, or add to relevant scholarship regulations when necessary.