Scholarship & Financial Aid

CUHK Master of Public Health Admission Scholarship 2020-21 (For full-time students only)

​The CUHK Master of Public Health Admission Scholarship is offered to newly admitted students who demonstrate excellence in academic achievement. All full-time MPH applicants are eligible to apply.

Number and Value of Scholarships

  • For newly admitted students from developing countries*: One scholarship will be awarded in the form of a full tuition fee waiver.

  • For newly admitted students from non-developing countries: Two scholarships will be awarded in the form of a half tuition fee waiver.

* Low-income and lower-middle-income countries as defined by the World Bank.

Eligibility

Applicants must:

  • meet the requirements for regular admission to the MPH programme;

  • apply for the full-time MPH programme;

  • demonstrate excellence in academic performance.

Important Notes

  • No award will be granted if there is no suitable candidate.

  • Applicant’s financial need will be considered during the selection process.

  • The scholarship may be held concurrently with other awards offered by the JC School of Public Health and Primary Care, CUHK.

  • Applicants may be requested to submit supporting documents if deemed necessary.

Application deadline

10 April 2020 (Friday)


Application procedures

Applicants should:-

  • Follow the regular application procedures for the full-time MPH programme 

  • Submit a completed application form, along with one-page personal statement with the following:

    • Your intention and reasons of choosing the Master of Public Health programme at The Chinese University of Hong Kong

    • Demonstrate your academic achievement and involvement in community service

to the MPH Admission Office by email (mph_cuhk@cuhk.edu.hk). [Remarks: Please contact our office for the application form.] 

202, School of Public Health,

Prince of Wales Hospital, Shatin,

N.T., Hong Kong

(852)2252 8810/ 8424

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