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Student KE Projects 2014/15

The Student KE Project Grant Scheme was introduced in 2011/12 under the KE Funding Exercise. It aims to promote a student culture of contributing to society through applying their knowledge gained at HKU; to nurture the spirit of innovation among students; and to promote the development of engagement projects between students of the University and external organizations. The Scheme is open to all currently enrolled full-time students of the University, including undergraduate, research postgraduate and taught postgraduate students.

Each project must have a faculty advisor to supervise the design and implementation of the project. Support from a non-academic partner organization outside the University is required. Proposals are considered on a competitive basis, and the grant is normally up to HK$20,000.

To streamline the support for students to engage in community projects, after the 2013/14 exercise, the Student KE Project Grant Scheme has been subsumed under the Service 100 Fund administered by the Centre of Development and Resources for Students (CEDARS).

The list of student KE projects supported in 2014/15 can be viewed here.

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