CMA Scholarships



Officiated by Mr Rex Chang  (middle, photo 1), Deputy Secretary for Education, CMA President Dr Dennis Ng (2nd from the left, photo 1); Vice President Mr Kenneth Ng (1st from the left, photo 1), Mr Dennis Ng (1st from the right, photo 1) and Executive Committee member cum Chairman of CMA Education and Manpower Committee Mr Johnny Yeung  (2nd from the right, photo 1), the Presentation Ceremony of CMA & Donors Scholarship 2018 was held on 12 December 2018. Also attended donors are Honorary President Mr Joseph Sin(4th from the right, 1st row, photo 4), General Committee Members, Convenor of Industrial Committees, members and awarded institutes over 100 people attend..
  
The CMA has been running the CMA & Donors Scholarship Scheme since 1964 to promote technical education in Hong Kong and present annual scholarships to outstanding students from secondary schools and tertiary institutes. This year over 300 students from 30 institutes were awarded scholarships amounting HK$610,000, with funds donated by benevolent members of the Association.

 

CMA & Donors Scholarships

Since 1964, CMA has been giving scholarships to outstanding secondary school and university students every year, to recognise their achievement and encourage them to aim higher. Till date, over 10,000 students have been benefited from the scholarships.

In 2017, nearly 500 students from 141 institutes were awarded the scholarships amounting to over HK$690,000, with funds donated by benevolent members of the CMA.

A ceremony was held on 12 December 2017 at the CMA. The Hon Kevin Yeung, Secretary for Education was invited to deliver a speech and present the scholarship awards to the recipients. 

We welcome generous donations from members. For enquires, please contact Ms Gigi Ng at 2542 8621 or Ms Penny Pun at 2542 8625.
 
Please click here to download the donation form

 

The Belt and Road Scholarships

The HKSAR Government has established the Belt and Road Scholarship with a view to attracting more outstanding students from countries along the Belt and Road to pursue full-time undergraduate studies in Hong Kong.

The first phase of the scheme was open for Indonesia and Malaysia, and the CMA had donated a total of $1.8 million to sponsor the bursaries for 10 Indonesian awardees of the 2016/17 intake and 9 Malaysian awardees of the 2017/18 intake.

Under the scheme, the 9 Malaysian awardees were awarded a scholarship of up to HK$120,000 for their annual tuition fee waiver, which was sponsored by donations from CMA Li Sau Hung Eddy Special Fund. A presentation ceremony was held in conjunction with the CMA & Donors Scholarship 2017 on 12 December 2017. Mr Tengku Dato’ Sirajuzzaman, Consul-General, Consulate General of Malaysia (HKSAR) was invited to present the awards.