If you have any questions about the Scholarship, the answers may be here already. Otherwise, you can contact us with your questions.
Offers /What do typical conditional offers from the Scholarship look like?
You can check the following webpage for typical offers from Cambridge.
Conditional offers from the Scholarship are, in general, slightly tougher than the corresponding offers from Cambridge.
Offers /Can I choose another course after receiving a conditional offer?
All students are assessed based on the courses they applied for. Changing courses before meeting the qualifications stated in a conditional offer is not allowed. However, if you want to change to another course after meeting the qualifications, you need to contact us first.
Offers /Can I change my subjects after receiving a conditional offer?
You should discuss your case with us as soon as possible.
Offers /Can a conditional offer be extended for another year?
Offers /After a college has made me an offer, can I change to another college?
Once you have submitted your UCAS form, it is not possible to change your choice of college.
Offers /If I cannot secure an offer from any college, will the Scholarship still grant me a conditional offer?
A conditional offer will not be given from the Scholarship if you do not get an offer from a college.
Value of Award/ Means Test /How much should I budget for fees and living costs as an overseas student?
You can check the following webpage for detailed information:
Value of Award/ Means Test /If I am granted a full scholarship, will that cover all my expenses in Cambridge?
The full scholarship covers Tuition fee, College fee, a reasonable level of maintenance expense for overseas students, an annual return ticket to Hong Kong and some one-off allowances. Depending on your lifestyle, this should generally be sufficient.
Value of Award/ Means Test /Do I need to go through the means test every year?
Generally, the means test result is used to determine the value of the scholarship for the full course of study. However, you can elect to go through the means test again if your family financial situation has changed since the previous means test.