Types of Scholarships
Co-curricular Scholarships /Awards
Overseas Learning Scholarships
Scholarships for Graduating Class
The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong (HSUHK) has been exploring collaboration with different international institutions. Our partner lists can be found below. As for our Student Exchange Partners List, please click HERE.
For information about the exchange programme at HSUHK, please refer to the introduction of our Student Exchange Programme.
The Asian Studies Student Forum is held to showcase our students’ independent research ability. They present findings drawn from primary data collected through outreaching to overseas Asian communities/ local ethnic Asians (other than Chinese). Themes of research projects conducted include, inter alia, Asian Art, Heritage and Museum, Asian Cultures and Societies, Disaster and Crisis Management in Asia, Sex Education in Asia, Political Emotions and Social Justice in Asia, and Scientific Development and Social Changes in Asia. Information about previous forums can be found:
BSS-AS programme integrates cultural knowledge and business by providing corporate visit opportunities to students. Students deepen their understanding of the structure and working culture of specific industries through explanation and sharing session during visit. Corporate visit also inspires students to plan their career path.
Visiting KUBOTA RICE INDUSTRY (H.K.)
ASI3006 Cultural Tourism in Asia – Visiting Asia Society Hong Kong Center
Our lecturers organize site visits and activities related to cultural knowledge delivered in the classroom. Gaining and reflecting on these first-hand experiences, students develop a familiarity or understanding of rituals, norms, and values of different cultures.
Apart from learning in class, Asian Studies encourage students to discover issues happening in the local community. Applying their knowledge to organize particular activities to solve the problem and directly engage in the local community.
Asian Studies: Social Engagement Project
ASI1002 Service-learning Project
Asian Studies involved service learning in some modules. Students are encouraged to apply their academic knowledge to address community needs. Engaging in reflection activities to obtain knowledge and experience that can not be easily learned in class. Also, deepen their understanding of what is being taught.