Hong Kong Alumni Scholarship
The Hong Kong Alumni Scholarship was established in 2005 by Eddy Fong and Kennedy Wong in celebration of the University of Kent's 40th anniversary. The University has over 1,100 alumni in Hong Kong, and this community has supported the University since our first students from the region (Sir David Akers-Jones and Professor Eddy Fong) arrived at Kent in 1966.
The Hong Kong Alumni Scholarship supports students from Hong Kong and China to study at Kent, and complements a range of international partnerships which faciliate student exchange and research interactions in the region.
The Hong Kong Alumni Scholarship Fund was established in 2005 by Eddy Fong and Kennedy Wong in celebration of the University of Kent's 40th anniversary. Their generosity, with the support of other Hong Kong alumni, has provided scholarships for these talented students:
- Yang Li, MSc Applied Actuarial Science 2016
- Yankun Yang, MSc Embedded Systems and Instrumentation 2015
- Kar Chun Lai, MA Peace & Conflict Studies 2015
- Hazel Wing Yan Chan, BA Business & Management 2014
- Kar Yan April Yeung, BA Politics and International Relations with Italian, 2012
- Mengwei Tu, PhD Sociology, 2012
- Luyi Mao, MA International Conflict Analysis, 2011
- Yixisongbao, MSc Conservation and Rural Development, 2011
- Xiaochen Du, BSc Actuarial Science, 2011
- Han Chen, BSc Actuarial Science, 2010
- Wing Ling Chong, MSc Management, 2009
- Ming Jie Hao, BSc Actuarial Science, 2009
- Meng Di Yang, BSc Actuarial Science, 2008
- Yiu Wing Wilfrid Law, MSc Actuarial Science, 2008
- Man Shun Fu, PhD Microbiology, 2007
- Yi Yang, BSc Actuarial Science, 2007
- Xuan Ren, MPhil Economics, 2006
- Bing Xue, BSc Actuarial Science, 2006
- Ruo Feng Xu, PhD Electronics, 2006
I am very happy that I have graduated from Kent University. I enjoyed it a lot, and the full scholarship I won reduced the financial burden on my family significantly, as the fees and living expenses are a huge amount for international students like me. As a result, I could concentrate on my studies, and could lead my life more freely throughout the three years.
Now I have finished my degree, but I plan to go on to further study and I will be pursuing an MSc in Applied Actuarial Science at Kent.