Scholarships for Application (2020/21)

A number of scholarships and awards are open for application. Students are encouraged to submit their applications to the Department for consideration. Most of the scholarships are competitive in nature. Some are designated to EE students, while others are open to CENG or CityU students.

To submit a scholarship application, a student should complete the application form together with the supporting documents as specified. A hardcopy of the completed documents needs to be submitted to the drop-in-box located next to the Department entrance (AC1 Green Zone, 6/F, Lift 7) before the deadline.

The lists below keep populating over time. Please visit this page often for the latest information.

(A) Scholarships Designated to EE Students

The Department considers applications of the following scholarships designated to EE students. The selection considerations and other details are for departmental reference.

Scholarship Title Eligibility Approx. No. of EE Nominees Amount of Each Award
 
Selection Considerations Application
• Deadline
• Form
(a) Programme/ Major (BEng)
(b) Year of Entrance
(c) Local / Non-local
The Department of Electrical Engineering Entrance Scholarship (a) BDEGEE
ECE/INFE
(b) 2020 cohort (First Year students)
(c) Local
10 HK$10,000 • Placed EE in band A of JUPAS choices
•Attained 5* or above in any ONE of the specified subjects in English, Mathematics, M1/M2, Information and Communication Technology, Physics, or Combined Science (Phy+Chem)/(Phy+Bio)
• Result obtained in the current year

 

2 Oct 2020
Closed

• Form
Mr Chan Mang Chi Memorial Scholarships

 

(By nomination from EE Dept)
(a) ECE
(b) 2017/18 and before (final year students)
(c) Both
1 HK$30,000 • Highest CGPA in the previous year
• Outstanding service contribution to the Department/University and or global engagement

 

18 Oct 2020
Closed

• Form
PCCW-HKT Scholarships (a) CDE/CE/ECE/INFE
(b) 2019/20 and before
(c) Both
4 HK$10,000 • Academic performance
• Activity involvements in the university/ community

 

18 Oct 2020
Closed

• Form
VTech Group of Companies Scholarship (a) CDE/ECE
(b) 2018/19 (Year 3 student)
(c) Both
1 HK$10,000 • CGPA > 3.3
• Financial need (e.g. based on family income) (Provide approval letter for the Government Grant and Loan for local students.)
• Activity involvement in university/community

 

18 Oct 2020
Closed

• Form
 

(B) Scholarships Open to CENG/CityU Students

The Department considers applications of the following scholarships for nomination to CENG for further selection. The selection considerations and other details are for departmental reference.

Scholarship Title Eligibility Approx. No. of EE Nominees Amount of
Each Award

 
Selection Considerations Application
• Deadline
• Form
(a) Programme/Major (BEng)
(b) Year of Entrance
(c) Local / Non-local
The HK Jockey Club Scholarship Scheme 2020/21 (a) BDEE/CDE/
ECE/INFE
(b) 2020/21 & 2019/20 intake cohorts (Year 1 and 2 of 4-year curriculum) 
(c) Both
2 Local students/

1 for Mainland student/

1 for Local student with special educational needs
Local:
HK$112,300
Non-local:
Tuition Fee
+
HK$70,200
• Academic performance
• Proficiency in Chinese (including Putonghua) and English languages
• Demonstrate outstanding personal qualities and leadership
• Not allow to hold concurrently with other scholarships in the same academic year
• Provide proofs showing special educational needs, as applicable

 

4 Sep 2020
Closed

• Form
• Note
Sir Edward Youde Memorial Scholarships for Disabled Students (a) CDE/ECE/INFE
(b) Second to final year of study
(c) Local
1 HK$40,000 • Special educational need (ref. HK Rehabilitation Programme Plan)
• Academic performance
25 Sep 2020
Closed

Form D2
Note D
The HKIE Scholarship 2020/21 (a) CDE/ECE/INFE
(b) 2019/20 intake cohor
(c) Local
2 HK$20,000 per annum • CGPA 3.5 or above
• Obtain Level 4 or above in English Language and Chinese Language (or a language other than English)**, and Level 5 or above in two subjects among Mathematics and Science Education (Biology; Chemistry; Physics; Science (Integrated, Combined) in the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination (i.e. Mathematics + 1 Science Education subject or 2 Science Education subjects) or equivalent;
• Leadership qualities
• Activity involvements in the university/community
4 Oct 2020
Closed

Form
Note
Cheng Chung Pong Scholarship (a) CDE/CE/ECE/INFE
(b) 2019/20 and before
(c) Local
1 HK$10,000 • CGPA > 3.3
• Leadership quality, aspiration for achievement

 

18 Oct 2020
Closed

• Form
Lam Kin Chung-Ikeda Scholarship (a) CDE/CE/ECE/INFE
(b) 2019/20 and before
(c) Local
1 HK$10,000 • CGPA > 3
• Possess promising attributes
• Financial need (e.g. based on family income) (Provide approval letter for the Government Grant and Loan.)
• Not concurrently hold another scholarship

 

18 Oct 2020
Closed

• Form
Mapletree Scholarship (a) CDE/CE/ECE/INFE
(b) 2019/20 and before
(c) Local
1 HK$10,000 • CGPA > 3
• Good conduct
• Financial need (e.g. based on family income) (Provide approval letter for the Government Grant and Loan.)
• Not concurrently hold another scholarship

 

18 Oct 2020
Closed

• Form
Pang Miu Ping & Yeung Lan Scholarship Scheme (a) CDE/CE/ECE/INFE
(b) 2019/20 and before
(c) Local
1 HK$20,000 • Academic performance
• Financial need (e.g. orphans, single parent families, disadvantage background, etc) (Provide approval letter for the Government Grant and Loan.)

 

18 Oct 2020
Closed

• Form
The CENG College Medal
(By nomination from the EE Department)
(a) CE/CDE/ECE/INFE
(b) 2020 Graduate (fresh graduate)
(c) Both
1 HK$30,000 • CGPA > 3.8
• Well-rounded personal qualities
• CENG will arrange an interview

 

18 Oct 2020
Closed

• Form
HKSAR Government Scholarship/CityU Scholarship (a) CDE/CE/ECE/INFE
(b) Non-first year students
(c) Both

4 for Local
4 for Non-local

HKSAR Gov’t Scholarship
Local:
HK$40,000
Non-local:
HK$80,000

CityU Scholarship
Local/Non-local:
HK$30,000
• CGPA at 3.7 or above in Sem B 2019/20
• Leadership qualities
• Activity involvements in the university/community
• Language proficiency
• Renewable with CGPA at 3.5 or above
27 Oct 2020
Closed

• Form
 Note 1
• Note 2
For Our Future Scholarship (a) CDE/CE/ECE/INFE
(b) 2019/20 and before
(c) Local
1 HK$50,000 • CGPA: 3.5 or above
• Activity involvements in the university/community
• Personal development (sport, art, music, etc)
• Leadership qualities
• CENG will arrange an interview
27 Oct 2020
Closed

• Form
• Note
Fang Brothers Whole Person Development Scholarships

Please also note that there will be an information session on the scholarship scheme for all interested students on 12 November 2020 (Thursday) during 4:30pm – 5:30pm via Zoom. Students can register to join HERE.
(a) CDE/CE/ECE/INFE
(b) Non-first year students
(c) Both
2 HK$100,000 • CGPA at 3.2 or above
•Demonstrated outstanding performance and contribution in the seven areas of Whole Person Development, i.e. in spiritual, intellectual, physical, social, aesthetic, career and emotional aspects (德、智、體、群、美、事、情)
• Demonstrated special talents or special contributions to community
• Attained satisfactory academic performance
 
15 Nov 2020
• Form
• Note 1
 Note 2
HSBC Overseas Scholarship 2021/22 (a) CE/CDE/ECE/INFE
(b) Non-final year students
(c) Local
2 As recommended by the university • CGPA > 3.7
• IELTS score no less than 6.5 or internet-based TOEFL score no less than 90
• Activity involvements in the university/community
• No extensive prior overseas experiences

Information session will be held on 28 Oct 2020 (Wed) at 3:00pm at Rm 6052, 6/F, Bank of China (HK) Complex. Please reserve a seat via CRESDA.
17 Dec 2020
• Form
• Note
• Poster

Note 1: For more information, please refer to the Student Development Services homepage (http://www.cityu.edu.hk/sds/sch). Successful applicants will be contacted directly by the Student Development Services, while non-successful applicants may not be informed.

Note 2: Only full-time EE students are considered on this page unless otherwise specified.

Note 3: Previous recipients of a scholarship are normally not prohibited from applying for the same scholarship.

Note 4: There is normally an upper limit of HK$200,000 on the total amount of merit-based awards of the University, namely University scholarships and prizes, an undergraduate student may receive in an academic year. The guideline, aiming to enable more deserving students to benefit from the University resources, will apply to all local and non-local undergraduate and sub-degree students. However, scholarships designated for exchange activities, placements and course-required projects are excluded.

Note 5: Some other scholarships available in the previous years are listed in this link .

Last Updated :  13 Nov 2020