Funding Schemes to Students

Target

Encourage and support students’ self-initiatives for learning and exposure

Types

Exchange, Entrepreneurship, Service-Learning

Beneficiaries

Every WYS student can apply

Be Entrepreneurial! Funding Scheme

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Great news!!! The maximum funding amount has been increased to HK$20,000! The funding scheme supports short-term student projects that will realise the College’s core values of creativity, entrepreneurial spirit, and social responsibility. All undergraduate students, regardless of discipline and year of study, are welcome to submit application all year round. Project duration is flexible, but usually under a year. The range of project ideas is wonderfully broad: it can be a campaign promoting glass recycling in Hong Kong, an informal investigation into the living conditions of illegal immigrants in Sham Shui Po, production of a novel, local adoption of Bertolt Brecht’s sarcastic play The Threepenny Opera, and so on.

Contact

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact

Ms. Florence Tsui

3943 9767

Global Learning Award Scheme

GLAS supports students to organize any non-local self-initiated activities or participate in non-local programmes run by organization(s) other than the College (except for Term-long Exchange Programme). The College Student Exchange Committee will determine if the students can be awarded, and the award amount (if any). For more details, please visit the webpage of GLAS.

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Contact

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact

Miss Kathy Fong

3943 3942

Service-Learning Project Funding Scheme

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The College Service-Learning Project Funding Scheme, is part of the “Yan Chak Service-Learning Programme”  which aims to broaden the horizons of College students and foster their commitment to serve the local, regional and international communities, leading to sustainable personal growth and development. Service-Learning projects initiated by one or a group of College students or co-organized by College students and external organizations, are both welcome for application of the Funding Scheme. If you have any ideas about organizing any short-term or long-term Service-Learning projects, don’t hesitate to apply for our Service-Learning Project Funding Scheme. Take the initiative to make your Service-Learning projects come true!  Talk to Miss Katie Yu (katieyu@cuhk.edu.hk / 3943 3935) if you have any enquiries!

Contact

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact

Katie Yu

3943 3935

Sunny Passion Programme

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Have some ideas in mind? Ready to change the world (maybe by changing yourself first)?

Sunny Passion Programme invites all WYS students to submit the proposals that echo the following core values of the College: Creativity, Entrepreneurship and Social Responsibility. Each enrolled team collaborate to enhance the practicability of project. It is not merely a competition, but also an exchange of ideas! Gold Award: HK$10,000 Silver Award: HK$6,000 Bronze Award: HK$4,000  

Creativity: Any wild thoughts are welcome!
Social Responsibility: Create positive social impact with your innovative ideas!
Collaboration: All enrolled teams, WYS and other CUHK students will render feedback to help you refine the ideas!

Express your ideas into a proposal with your ingenious creativity, and make our society a better one!   Programme StructureProgramme structure

Eligibility: All WYS students can apply individually or in group (A group MUST comprise of at least 50% WYS students and the other 50% may be students from other colleges.)

 

List of Awardees for Sunny Passion Programme 2017-18

Award Awardees Project Objective
Silver Chan Kwun Chuen (IERG/4)
Hung Yip Kei (NURS/4)
Ma Sze Chai (GRMD/4)
Ng Tsoi Shan (GRMS/4)
Every Act Matters (EAM)

To educate the younger generations about the current situations of climate change; to provide possible daily-life solutions for participants to be more environmentally friendly, and to bring out the message of EAM to the environment and everyone should take their responsibilities.

Silver LEE, Tsz Yau Christy (LAWS/2)
YEUNG, Yat Kong Terence (IBBA/2)
Sunny Travel

To introduce Virtual Reality (VR) to the elderly and the disabled so that they can travel around Hong Kong without any limitation on their physical strength, long traveling hours and so on.

Bronze Choi Pak Yin (GPAD/1)
Wong Chun Hei (PSYC/1)
Discovering Social Media Accessibility

To look into the accessibility of social media platforms among the disabled; to establish a sub-network under the main social media sites and to help the disable accessing to the social media platform conveniently and have a share of voice.

Bronze Ng Pak Sum (IBBA/3)
Koo Yue Kwan (IBBA/3)
Sportit

To create a sports buddy matching platform so that people can find their buddies for healthy and enjoyable sports activities.

Contact

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact

Ms. Carly Lau / Ms. Florence Tsui

3943 3988 / 3943 9767

Self-Motivation Fund for Sports Activities

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Self-Motivation Fund for Sports Activities encourages students to participate in various kinds of sports activities and qualification courses for sports coach, in order to live up the spirit “Sports for Everyone”.

More Diversified and Greater Support

Eligibility

Application Fee of Sports Events --> BOTH application fee and course fee of sports activities and workshops

Funding Amount

Sports Activities: Max. $500 --> $1,000

Qualification Courses for Sports Coach: Max. $800 --> $2,000

 

 

Contact

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact

Miss Sonia Yu

3943 3937

Dorsett Young Entrepreneur Scholarship

Share your Idea and Rocket to Success!

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With the generous support of Dorsett Hospitality International, a list of awardee for Dorsett Young Entrepreneur Scholarship (DYES) has been selected. Each recipient/group will be offered up to HK$80,000, which is subjected to the total number of applications, with 2-4 quota per year.

Dorsett Young Entrepreneur Scholarship aims at providing students, who are year 2 or above and preferably have exposure to Mainland China, an opportunity to demonstrate entrepreneurial talents with innovative ideas to set-up their own business, targeting Hong Kong and/or the Mainland China market. Complimentary office space, mentoring and coaching from Dorsett senior management may be provided if consider appropriate. 

Please download the guideline to get more details and get yourself ready for the application of the coming year 2018/19. Should you be interested in setting up your own business, please be reminded to prepare the application with the executive summary and business model canvas.

List of Awardees for Dorsett Young Entrepreneur Scholarship 2017-18

Awardees Project Objective
Hu Tongwei (MAE/3)
Wang Jiong (EE/3)
Weng Zichen (IBBA/3)
Yang Jianing (IBBA/3)
Zhou Yile (PACC/3)
Automatic Hair-washing Machine

To create a win-win situation for barbershop owners and the customers with the innovation of auto hair-washing machine. Barbershops can trim the operational cost; while customers can enjoy quality service at affordable price. 

Chan Ying Yu (IBBA/3)
Tang Yan Ho (HTMG/5)
Foodie – Next Generation Food Court

To help small individually-owned restaurants to boldly try out their recipes in the market and to connect food makers with food lovers from sharing kitchen to sharing knowledge.

Chan Sin Hang Crystal (MBChB/3)
Leung Lok Wa Laura (MBChB/2)
MedicVision

To create an advisory platform between current medical students and potential medical school applicants.

Chung Sum Yue (GRMD/3)
Li Suet Ying (CHLL/4)
So Kin Chak (NURS/3)
V' air Hong Kong

To draw the attention of the younger generation in both Mainland China and Hong Kong on the environmental issues, including climate change, low-carbon tour and environmental conservation through the cross-border eco-tour.

Contact

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact

Ms. Florence Tsui

3943-9767

Rance Lee Award

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Creativity and Sunny Living are two of the College’s core values. If you’re the health-conscious and green living supporter, grab this chance to promote your creative idea!

Rance Lee Award is newly established to encourage the integration of creativity and Sunny living in the following 3 areas

  • Rance Lee Award for creativity in promoting health and well-being
  • Rance Lee award for creativity in promoting lifetime sports
  • Rance Lee award for creativity in promoting green life

The objective of the award is

  • To enhance the overall well-being of WYS students through development of their body, mind and spirt of our students
  • To encourage WYS students to think and act creatively in the above mentioned 3 areas - health, sports and green life
  • To generate innovative ideas to benefit oneself, the environment and the society

Submit your application with one page executive summary on or before 15 October, 2018. Express your ideas into a proposal with your ingenious creativity, and make a better life! Programme Structure as below:

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Eligibility: All WYS students can apply individually or in group (A group MUST comprise of at least 50% WYS students and the other 50% may be students from other colleges.)

Contact

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact

Miss Florence Tsui

3943-9767