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A number of scholarships are offered to incoming MALS students who (1) obtained first or second upper honours classification from their first degrees, and which are relevant to language studies (linguistics, translation, English language & literature, etc.), or (2) are graduates of the UGC-funded HKBU Bachelor of Arts programmes, or (3) have an excellent academic record from a mainland university and good TEM8 (Test for English Majors – Band 8) result.

 

Student name
CHU Kim Shing
HONG Bing
HU Kun
HUANG Xiaoyang
JIANG Shuying
LAI Wing Yin
LIAO Jiao
PENG Jiaqi
SHEN Chao
SHIH Sum Sum
WAI Sze Wing
WANG Xiaojing
WONG Cheuk Yan
YANG Dan
ZHANG Hanxu
ZHANG Ke
ZHAO Pujing

A number of scholarships are offered to incoming MALS students who (1) obtained first or second upper honours classification from their first degrees, and which are relevant to language studies (linguistics, translation, English language & literature, etc.), or (2) are graduates of the UGC-funded HKBU Bachelor of Arts programmes, or (3) have an excellent academic record from a mainland university and good TEM8 (Test for English Majors – Band 8) result.

 

Student name
JIANG Yuli
LI Jiali
LI Sixuan
LIANG Jiawen
LIU Jiayi
ZHU Di
ZHU Hong

A number of scholarships are offered to incoming MALS students who (1) obtained first or second upper honours classification from their first degrees, and which are relevant to language studies (linguistics, translation, English language & literature, etc.), or (2) are graduates of the UGC-funded HKBU Bachelor of Arts programmes, or (3) have an excellent academic record from a mainland university and good TEM8 (Test for English Majors – Band 8) result.

 

Student name
ALI Farman
KWAN Cheuk Ying
LI Mingyue
LIANG Naoqi
LUO Zixi
MOK Tsz Yan
WANG Yi
XI Lei
YIP Cheuk Kwan

Scholarships are open to incoming international students in order to increase the diversity of students and enhance their exposure to peers from other linguistic and cultural backgrounds. The scholarship awards vary from 15% to 100% of the total tuition fee and will be deducted from the tuition fee upon admission. The scholarships are awarded based on a holistic review process that includes academic results, academic outputs, interviews, relevant test scores and/or other evidence of excellence and aptitude.

 

Student name  
ROSS Lee  

 

Scholarships are open to incoming international students in order to increase the diversity of students and enhance their exposure to peers from other linguistic and cultural backgrounds. The scholarship awards vary from 15% to 100% of the total tuition fee and will be deducted from the tuition fee upon admission. The scholarships are awarded based on a holistic review process that includes academic results, academic outputs, interviews, relevant test scores and/or other evidence of excellence and aptitude.

 

Student name  
TEJERO Ruthie  
   
   
   

 

Scholarships are open to all applicants regardless of race, nationality, gender, political view, or any other irrelevant parameter. The requirements are strictly in relation to service to Hong Kong. Examples of service may include work at Hong Kong-related NGOs, charity bodies, extra-curricular societies like the boy scouts or girl guides, help given to minority or disadvantaged groups, service (not just membership) to political parties, service (not just membership) to professional bodies, etc. Acceptable evidence includes testimonies, references, certificates, and other materials that allow verification. The scholarship awards vary from 15% to 100% of the total tuition fee and will be deducted from the tuition fee upon admission. Applicants who wish to be considered for the award should include all relevant supporting materials at the point of application for admissions.

 

Student name  
SHIH Sum Sum  
   
   
   

 

 

Scholarships are open to all applicants regardless of race, nationality, gender, political view, or any other irrelevant parameter. The requirements are strictly in relation to service to Hong Kong. Examples of service may include work at Hong Kong-related NGOs, charity bodies, extra-curricular societies like the boy scouts or girl guides, help given to minority or disadvantaged groups, service (not just membership) to political parties, service (not just membership) to professional bodies, etc. Acceptable evidence includes testimonies, references, certificates, and other materials that allow verification. The scholarship awards vary from 15% to 100% of the total tuition fee and will be deducted from the tuition fee upon admission. Applicants who wish to be considered for the award should include all relevant supporting materials at the point of application for admissions.

 

Student name  
CHOY Fu Chee Jeff  
   
   
   

 

 

Scholarships are open to all applicants regardless of race, nationality, gender, political view, or any other irrelevant parameter. The requirements are strictly in relation to service to Hong Kong. Examples of service may include work at Hong Kong-related NGOs, charity bodies, extra-curricular societies like the boy scouts or girl guides, help given to minority or disadvantaged groups, service (not just membership) to political parties, service (not just membership) to professional bodies, etc. Acceptable evidence includes testimonies, references, certificates, and other materials that allow verification. The scholarship awards vary from 15% to 100% of the total tuition fee and will be deducted from the tuition fee upon admission. Applicants who wish to be considered for the award should include all relevant supporting materials at the point of application for admissions.

 

Student name  
KWOK Wan Pui  
TAM Nga Wing Olivia  
   
   

 

 

The graduate who has the highest cumulative GPA in the graduating class of the Programme and whose cumulative GPA is no less than 3.67 will be awarded the Scholastic Award of the Programme for that year.

The Distinction may be awarded to a student who has attained an overall cumulative GPA of 3.67 or above, with no course grade below B- and no repeated courses while the Merit may be awarded to a student who has attained an overall cumulative GPA of 3.40 – 3.66.

 

Graduate name Awards
CHAN Silvia Pui Sze Scholastic Award and Distinction
KONG Weili Distinction
ZHOU Shenyan Distinction
CHENG Xingbo Merit
LEE Sau Yan Merit
LI  Ka Man Merit
LI Shun Merit
LIN Junyu Merit
LIANG Jiawen Merit
WANG Shang Merit
YU Yingzhuo Merit
ZHONG Yueyun Merit
ZHOU Yicheng Merit
   
   
   
   

The graduate who has the highest cumulative GPA in the graduating class of the Programme and whose cumulative GPA is no less than 3.67 will be awarded the Scholastic Award of the Programme for that year.

The Distinction may be awarded to a student who has attained an overall cumulative GPA of 3.67 or above, with no course grade below B- and no repeated courses while the Merit may be awarded to a student who has attained an overall cumulative GPA of 3.40 – 3.66.

 

Graduate name Awards
MOK Tsz Yan Scholastic Award and Distinction
CHAN Ka Ho Merit
CHEUNG Ka Po Merit
CHOY Fu Chee Jeff Merit
DAI Xinxin Merit
DENG Xiaotong Merit
HE Ruining Merit
HU Zhen Merit
JIANG Wenjing Merit
LAU Yi Lam Christy Merit
LEE Shui Kwan Susan Merit
LIANG Naoqi Merit
LYU Wang Merit
SHEN Junjie Merit
TANG Tze Him Merit
WANG Lu Merit
XU Yihan Merit

The graduate who has the highest cumulative GPA in the graduating class of the Programme and whose cumulative GPA is no less than 3.67 will be awarded the Scholastic Award of the Programme for that year.

The Distinction may be awarded to a student who has attained an overall cumulative GPA of 3.67 or above, with no course grade below B- and no repeated courses while the Merit may be awarded to a student who has attained an overall cumulative GPA of 3.40 – 3.66.

 

Graduate name Awards
WU Jie Scholastic Award and Distinction
TAM Nga Wing Olivia Distinction
YIP Ho Ming Distinction
CHEUNG Hiu Kwan Lubi Merit
GENG Jianqing Merit
LIU Shuting Merit
LUI Suk Fan Merit
TANG Liangting Merit
ZHAI Xiaogui Merit
ZHAO Kaixin Merit