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HKBU Fellowship Schemes

Tin Ka Ping Foundation – HKBU Mainland China Visiting Scholars Programme

  • This programme aims to cement ties between HKBU and Mainland tertiary institutions by supporting teaching and research activities undertaken by Mainland scholars at HKBU. With sponsorships provided by the Tin Ka Ping Foundation, HKBU invites 8-12 mainland scholars to give talks and conduct other academic activities on its campus each year.

K. C. Wong Education Foundation – HKBU Mainland China Visiting Scholars Programme

  • This programme seeks to promote academic exchange and collaboration between HKBU and institutions of higher learning on the Mainland and contribute to staff development efforts of these institutions. Every year HKBU invites maximum five mainland scholars in the fields of business, Chinese medicine and science to conduct academic exchange activities on its campus.

Dr. Hung Hin Shiu Development Fund

  • This Fund supports the operation, research development and academic exchange activities of the Institute, including (a) public lecture series on creativity delivered by Nobel Prize winners or world-class scholars; (b) renowned Scholars-in-Residence Scheme; and (c) interdisciplinary and cross-cultural research projects.

Dr. Kennedy Y. H. Wong Distinguished Visiting Professorship Scheme

  • This Fund supports the operation, research development and academic exchange activities of the Institute, including (a) public lectures on creativity delivered by Nobel Prize winners or world-class scholars; (b) Distinguished Visitors/Visiting Fellows Scheme; and (c) interdisciplinary and cross-cultural research projects.

University Fellowship Programme Supported by Sir Run Run Shaw Endowment Fund

  • The Programme is to strengthen and enhance research and teaching, and to foster research collaboration among local and overseas scholars. Appointed University Fellows are expected to engage in research and other scholarly activities, jointly with colleagues of the University if possible, and to conduct public lectures in their areas of specialisation.