Details for the 2022/23 academic year shall be available in due course.
In recognition of HKUST’s efforts in contributing to the strategic development of Hong Kong, the University Grants Committee (UGC) has awarded HKUST 125 Fellowship places for the 2021/22 academic year. The scheme encourages students to pursue inter-disciplinary and in-depth postgraduate training in priority areas that are beneficial to society.
The following TPg programs have been selected by UGC to award eligible students the fellowships in the 2021/22 academic year:
|Science||MSc in Analytical Chemistry||3|
|Science||MSc in Biotechnology||6|
|Science||MSc in Data-Driven Modeling||8|
|Science||MSc in Environmental Health and Safety||3|
|Science||MSc in Financial Mathematics||10|
|Engineering||MSc in Big Data Technology||19|
|Engineering||MSc in Civil Infrastructural Engineering and Management||18|
|Engineering||MSc in Environmental Engineering and Management||10|
|Engineering||MSc in Technology Leadership and Entrepreneurship||3|
|Business and Management||MSc in Finance||6|
|Business and Management||MSc in Financial Technology||8|
|Business and Management||MSc in Information Systems Management||13|
|Humanities and Social Science||MSc in Global China Studies||4|
|Interdisciplinary Programs Office||MSc in Environmental Science and Management||11|
|Interdisciplinary Programs Office||Master of Public Policy||3|
The fellowship students are required to pay a minimum tuition fee of HK$42,100, and the differences will be subsidised by the fellowships subject to a cap of HK$120,000, regardless of the actual study period of the TPg program.
Eligible students will be invited by the respective programs to submit applications. For details, please contact the program offices directly.
Please refer to UGC's website for more details of the Scheme.