Established in 2015, ‘The Peter KK Lee Scholarship Fund’ is used to provide international scholarships for students from Hong Kong and China who wish to study at Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh.
6-10 concurrent scholarships are available, based on merit and need, to students from China and Hong Kong, who wish to study full-time undergraduate programmes at Edinburgh Napier University campuses in the UK. Applicants must have an unconditional offer from Edinburgh Napier University.
Applicants from Hong Kong must be direct year 1 entrants.
Successful applicants will be awarded up to £2,000 per annum for the duration of their course. Payments will be made in October of each year and are dependent on passing all required examinations and coursework. The funding will cease immediately if an awarded student drops out of their course.
Postgraduate Taught Scholarships
2-3 scholarships are available, based on merit and need, to students from China and Hong Kong, who wish to study full-time taught postgraduate programmes at Edinburgh Napier University campuses in the UK. Applicants must have an unconditional offer from Edinburgh Napier University.
Successful applicants will be awarded the full value of their fees which will be paid directly to the University’s fees office.
If you have any questions with regards to this application, please contact Sheila Sutherland in the Development Office on 0131 455 3325, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submitting your form
Application Forms are available to download at the section below.
Completed application forms , including photocopies of all relevant supporting documents, should be sent to:
Operations Team - External Relations & Communications
Edinburgh Napier University
Room 5.B.24 Sighthill Campus
Edinburgh EH11 4BN
The closing dates for applications for the academic year 2016/17
September 2016 start: May 31st 2016
January 2017 start: November 11th 2016
The decision of the awarding committee is final. Applicants have no right of appeal.
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