Harilela Scholarship 2020-21
Scholarship worth up to £120,000
What is the Harilela Scholarship?
The Harilela Scholarship have been established by Aron Harilela, a generous donor and friend of King’s College London.
The Harilela Scholarships aim to support Hong Kong residents planning to study for a three year undergraduate programme in the School of Management and Business. The Scholarships will be awarded based on financial circumstances, a personal statement and academic excellence.
In the academic year 2020-21, one scholarship will be available. The value of each award is £120,000 (£40,000 per year, for three years) to support tuition fees, with any residual funds being made available as a bursary. Please note any residual fee balances will still need to be met yourself.
The winner will be selected on the basis of a personal statement as well as consideration of demonstrable financial hardship.
What is the scholarship worth?
The scholarship is intended to help support the winner with the cost of studying. Two scholarships will be offered for undergraduate students.
Am I eligible to apply?
Eligible applicants must meet the following criteria:
undertaking an eligible full-time undergraduate taught programme at King's, 2020 entry;
resident in Hong Kong or China;
undertaking a course listed above;
- have provided written personal and supporting statements, and evidence of financial hardship;
- willing to provide an end of year report and a letter of thanks to the donor.
How do I apply?
To apply, you should download the form here.Complete and return it to the Student Funding Office.The deadline for applications is 3 July 2020.
Where can I get further information?
To find out more about the Scholarship scheme, please contact the Student Funding Office.
The College has tried to give students an early opportunity to begin their research of student funding. Although every effort has been made to ensure that information provided is both helpful to prospective candidates and accurate at the time of its publication, it is possible that some information may be outdated or superseded before the start of the 2020-21 academic year.