Outstanding students awarded AIA, Hong Kong Jockey Club and HSBC scholarships

Second-year undergraduates Chan Wan-hang (Social Sciences), Lam Yiu-kong (Data Science), Wong Yuen-man (Chinese), and Cheung Suet-ying (Social Sciences) have received The Hong Kong Jockey Club Scholarships 2022, recognising their intellect, character, leadership qualities and commitment to community service.



(From left) LU President Prof Leonard K Cheng, Chan Wan-hang, Lam Yiu-kong, Wong Yuen-man, and Steward of The Hong Kong Jockey Club Dr Eric Li Ka-cheung.


First-year undergraduates Tam Sin-shuen (Cultural Studies), Cheng Ka-hei (Global Development and Sustainability), Chan Wai-chung (Risk and Insurance Management) and So Sin-fai (Cultural Studies) have been awarded the AIA Scholarships 2021/22 for their record of academic excellence and community service.


AIA Scholarship


Meanwhile, Rukayya Bibi (Year 4, Contemporary English Studies), Ng Tsz-yan (Year 4, Cultural Studies) and Ying Lui (Year 2, Social Sciences) have been awarded HSBC Hong Kong Scholarships for their outstanding academic achievement, involvement in community service and extra-curricular activities. Chan Ngar-kiu (Year 4, Contemporary English Studies) received the HSBC Greater Bay Area (Hong Kong) Scholarship which supports Hong Kong undergraduate students with career dreams of working in the Greater Bay Area.


HSBC Scholarship

Photo: (from left) Ms Connie Wong, Acting Director of the Office of Student Affairs, Mr William Chiu, Global Head of Future Skills, Group Corporate Sustainability, HSBC, and Chan Ngar-kiu at the HSBC Scholars Day 2022.