The Education Scholarships Fund (ESF) is a statutory trust fund established in 1955 under the Education Scholarships Fund Ordinance, Chapter 1085 of the Laws of Hong Kong, which is vested in Permanent Secretary for Education as the sole trustee and provides for the administration and management of donations placed under the Fund in accordance with the terms expressed by the donors. The Student Finance Office provides secretarial support to the Fund and the Director of Accounting Services / his representative serves as the Treasurer.
|Chairperson||:||Ms Susanna WONG Sze-lai|
|Members||:||Mr Brian FUNG Wei-lung|
|Ms LEUNG Yvetta, Ruth
Principal of Queen's College
|Mr TANG Kai-chak
Principal of King's College
|Mr Gary GO Sik-pun
(Representative for Permanent Secretary for Education)
|Treasurer||:||Ms Cora WONG Wai-ming
(Representative for Director of Accounting Services)
|Secretary||:||Miss Margaret MAK Mei-lam
Executive Officer, Student Finance Office
Please refer to the Education Scholarships Fund Committee Membership list for details.
Awards from the Fund are normally distributed to awardees on the recommendations of the heads of primary and secondary schools, the Education University of Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in compliance with the respective conditions of awards of the scholarships as laid down by the donors. The Committee will consider the nominations and the conditions of awards before approving the granting of awards to individual students.
Please refer to the Register of Scholarships for details.
The Committee normally holds meetings in October and January every year. The agenda, date and time will be made available on this webpage one week prior to the meeting.
A minimum donation of $519,000 (or equivalent value of shares) is required to set up a new scholarship under the Fund for the 2019/20 to 2021/22 academic years.
Enquiries should be made to the Secretary, Education Scholarships Fund Committee at Room 1217, 12/F., Cheung Sha Wan Government Offices, 303 Cheung Sha Wan Road, Kowloon, or at telephone numbers 2150 6109 / 2150 6102, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.