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The Hong Kong Jockey Club Scholarship Scheme was established in 1998. It provides an average of 27 scholarships each year for local and Mainland students to pursue three-year first degree courses in the eight UGC-funded institutions and The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.

To complement the new academic structure for senior secondary and higher education, Phase II of the Scholarship Scheme starting from the academic year 2012/13 will run for a period of five years. Three scholarships will be awarded to local students and one to Mainland student for each of the nine institutions. The Scholarship will cover the student’s four years of academic and living expenses. To date, the Club’s total contribution amounts to almost HK$200 million.

Scholars are chosen by their respective tertiary institutions on the basis of outstanding academic ability as well as their community service record and other talents. Renewal of the Scholarship depends on the level of the student’s performance. So far, 406 students have been awarded scholarship. Among the 306 who have graduated, more than half completed their Bachelor's Degree with first-class honours.

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Commemorative Booklet
Nuturing Talent as a Force for Good

Since the Scheme was launched in 1998, close to 350 students have been awarded The Hong Kong Jockey Club Scholarship. On top of their academic excellence and talents, these scholars share the Club's philanthropic values to serve as a Force for Good in society and have become actively involved in community services through The Jockey Club Scholars Alumni Association.

To mark a new phase of the Scholarship Scheme, this commemorative booklet features stories of 20 Jockey Club scholars, as well as highlights of the community programmes run by the Alumni Association, along with details of the Club's contribution to education in Hong Kong, and our long-term partnership with local tertiary institutions.

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Highlight of the Commemorative Booklet


Charities & Community Overview
The Charities Trust
Guidelines for Funding Applications
Community Exhibitions
Civic and Social Need
Promoting A Healthy Living
Lending A Hand & Volunteering
Creating Possibilities
Developing Sports, Fun & Games
Cultivating Arts & Culture
Preserving & Creating Jobs
Key Contributions
Jockey Club Emergency Relief Fund
Jockey Club Centre for Positive Ageing
ENVIRONMENT
FAMILY
Key Contributions
HKJC Scholarship Scheme
READ & WRITE
CADENZA: A Jockey Club Initiative for Seniors
HONG KONG MEMORY
P.A.T.H.S.
Key Contributions
CARE@hkjc Volunteer Team
2010 Asian Games Equestrian
Sichuan Reconstruction Project
Beijing 2008 Olympic Equestrian Events
Central Police Station