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Funds and other support schemes
 
Students are encouraged to organise various student activities.
 
Funding schemes are available for application:
 
Student Activities Fund
 Application Guidelines for Student Activities Fund
 Application Form for Student Activities Fund
 
*Starting from September 2017,  e-copy of application form and e-copy of evaluation report are NOT accepted. Please submit the form and report either in person or by postal mail.  
 
 
Student Development Fund 
Application Guidelines for Student Development Fund
Application Form for Student Development Fund
Evaluation Report for Student Development Fund
 
 *Starting from September 2017,  e-copy of application form or e-copy of evaluation report are NOT accepted. Please submit the form and report either in person or by postal mail.  
 
 
To encourage students to bring their innovative ideas to fruition providing benefits to the College or the community, and nurture students with unique talents, Student Innovation Project Fund has been set up for students’ application from academic year 2019/2020 onwards.
 
Student Innovation Project Fund 
Application Guidelines for Student Innovation Project Fund
Application Form for Student Innovation Project Fund 
 
 
Other Financial Support Schemes from Education Bureau:
 

Established in 2015, the Subsidy on Exchange for Post-secondary Students (SSE) is offered by Education Bureau (EDB) of the Hog Kong Special Administrative Region to support local students, with financial need, to participate in outbound exchange programmes.

Starting from July 2019, EDB further offers two non-means-tested schemes for subsidy on exchange, namely, Non-means-tested Mainland Experience Scheme for Post-Secondary Students (Non-means-tested MES) and Scheme for Non-means-tested Subsidy on Exchange to “Belt and Road” Regions for Post-Secondary Students (Non-means-tested SSEBR) to encourage more post-secondary students in Hong Kong to pursue exchange activities in the Mainland and B&R regions.

 

Scheme on Subsidy on Exchange for Post-secondary Students
(SSE)
Non-means-tested Mainland Experience Scheme for Post-secondary Students
(Non-means-tested MES)
Scheme for Non-means-tested Subsidy on Exchange to “Belt and Road” Regions for Post-secondary Students
(Non-means-tested SSEBR)
Eligible Students
Local students
Local and non-local students
Local students
In receipt of means-tested student financial assistance from SFO OR whose families are in receipt of CSSA
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Going to participate in an eligible exchange activity as detailed below and selected through a merit-based mechanism administered by TWC
Eligible Exchange Activities
Outbound activity comprising substantive teaching and learning elements organised and/or endorsed by TWC
Lasting for at least 14 days
Lasting for at least 5 days
Lasting for at least 5 days
In anywhere outside Hong Kong
In the Mainland
In Belt & Road regions, excluding the Mainland, Taiwan and Macao
If the exchange activity is not organised by TWC, the hosting institution must be a recognised educational institution/body either in Hong Kong or in the home country
Level of Subsidy
The maximum amount of subsidy to be granted to a student will be calculated by applying his/her latest level of student finance approved by SFO to the applicable maximum amount of subsidy. Maximum amount of subsidy per exchange activity varies according to different destination and duration of the activity. For details, please refer to Application Guideline.
Maximum amount of subsidy per exchange activity varies according to different destination and duration of the activity. For details, please refer to Application Guideline.
Maximum amount of subsidy per exchange activity varies according to different destination and duration of the activity. For details, please refer to Application Guideline.
Students are eligible for SSE once at the current level of study
Students are eligible for non-means-tested MES once at the current level of study
Students are eligible for non-means-tested SSEBR once at the current level of study
 
Please note that applications for programme sponsorship are processed on a first-come-first served basis, subject to availability of funds. When funds are no longer available, the application will not be approved regardless of whether the applicant fulfills the eligibility requirements for claiming reimbursement.
 

Eligible Programme(s) for SSE:

2019 UBC Vancouver Summer Program (VSP) : https://vancouversummerprogram.ubc.ca/
 
Scholarships and Financial Assistance CLICK HERE for more details 
 


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King’s Park Campus
31 Wylie Road, Homantin, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Mongkok Campus
Nos. 90A & 98, Shantung Street, Mongkok,
Kowloon, Hong Kong
Telephone
(852) 3190 6678
Email
enquiry@twc.edu.hk