Undergraduate study at the University of Oxford
See all FAQs 1. What type of work is considered as public service? 2. How are Kwok Scholars selected? 3. What costs does an Oxford Kwok Scholarship cover? 4. What does a Kwok Scholarship maintenance grant cover? 5. I already have an undergraduate degree, am I eligible to apply for a Kwok Scholarship? 6. Can I apply for a Kwok Scholarship to study at a university other than the University of Oxford and Yale University? 7. Can I apply for a Kwok Scholarship to study an undergraduate programme other than Philosophy, Politics and Economics? 8. Am I allowed to accept awards in conjunction with a Kwok Scholarship? 9. Do I need to translate my university transcripts, which are in Chinese, before I submit them? 10. Who covers the cost of attending the interview? 11. What documents do I need to take with me to my interview? 12. What is the dress code of the interview? 13. What should I expect of the interview? 14. What questions will I be asked at the interview? 15. If my interview is conducted through Skype, will I be disadvantaged? 16. My university is asking me to pay a deposit, what should I do? 17. What should I consider when indicating a preference for a college? 18. Who pays for my accommodation? 19. My college is asking me to live out, can you help?
Established by the Kwok Scholars Association (founded by Dr. Walter Kwok), each year the Kwok Scholarships will provide full funding for up to two exceptional students from Hong Kong and/or mainland China who intend to return to Hong Kong or China on completion of their studies to develop a career in public service for the benefit of the Hong Kong community and/or betterment of China. Funding is available for two undergraduate scholarships at the University of Oxford, annually.
To be considered for an undergraduate Kwok Scholarship, an applicant must:
Application Procedures and Timeline:
18.00 on Wednesday 31st January 2018 (China Standard Time)
Application is closed