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Scholarships and Awards

The College of Science offers various types of scholarships to recognize students' academic and non-academic achievement.  For other scholarships and prizes which are administered by the University, please visit the website of Student Development Services.

College Medal

Objective: To give recognition to graduating students, local or non-local, with exceptional academic achievements (GGPA/CGPA 3.8 or above upon graduation) and all-round skills.
No. of Award: No more than one award each year. The awardee will receive a certificate and a cash award of HK$30,000. No award will be given if no suitable person is identified.
Selection: Selection will be based on academic excellence and demonstration of well-round personal qualities. Selection interviews are to be conducted by a panel appointed by the Dean. The Panel will make recommendations for the Dean's final decision.

 

Dean's Scholarships

Objective: To recognize outstanding full-time non-first-year students enrolled in undergraduate programmes of the College of Science and Engineering.
No. of Award: No more than one award will be granted each year. The value of the award shall be HK$25,000.
Selection: Selection will be based on academic excellence, general knowledge about society, participation in extra-curricular activities/community services, presentation skills and analytical thinking.

 

Dean's List

Where a student at the end of a semester has earned 12 credit units or more, achieved a GPA of 3.7 or greater, and not failed any course, he/she will be eligible to be placed on the Dean's List.

List of recipients in Year 2018/19 Semester A and 2018/19 Semester B, please click here.

Sports Awards

Objective: To recognize full-time undergraduate & postgraduate students who have outstanding sports achievements and satisfactory academic performance.
No. of Award: No more than one award will be granted each year. The value of the award shall be HK$5,000.
Selection: Selection will be based on the following criteria:
  • Demonstration of outstanding sports performance and achievements in local or international competitions;
  • Proof of leadership and sportsmanship in the CityU / Science and Engineering College team(s); and
  • Having satisfactory academic performance with a CGPA of 2.3 or above.