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Cultivating excellence, diversity and leadership 

Scholarships are intended to reward a student’s academic achievement and educational progression. Receiving a scholarship is not only a huge accomplishment, but also an honour. Malvern College Hong Kong (MCHK) is offering pupils the opportunity to excel in their skills and passions. For the Academic Year 2021/22, the school provides a limited number of scholarships in a variety of areas to talented and deserving pupils. #malverncollegehongkong

Possible entry points depend on the type of scholarship: whilst music and sport scholarships are available for pupils entering Prep 5 (Year 5) and above, FY1 (Year 7) pupils and higher year groups can also apply in the categories academic, diversity, drama and visual arts/design. As Malvern College Hong Kong looks forward to welcoming its first Sixth Form pupils in August 2021, the school is introducing a special leadership scholarship scheme, specifically designed for Sixth Form students.

Benefits for successful candidates include up to 100% tuition remission, full immersion into one of the world’s most modern and internationally diverse learning environments, exposure to the network of Malvern Family of Schools - built on over 150 years of British heritage -, access to Gifted & Talented mentoring and a wide programme of enrichment activities.

Successful applicants are expected to display strong knowledge, know-how and skills in the relevant scholarship area, in alignment with Malvern’s ethos and educational values. These include, but are not limited to resilience, independence, strength of character, confidence, responsibility and compassion.

While Malvern proudly invests in its scholarship pupils, the school expects the same commitment from pupils to the school: all scholarship holders should take pride in their award and step up to the high expectations that come with that honour. Scholars, seen as role models within the school community, are expected to actively contribute to the school’s academic and co-curricular standard as well as endorse and represent its cultural and social values. The school requires every scholar to show evidence of ongoing progress in her/his academic and co-curricular life, both in and outside of school. As Malvern ambassadors, scholars also represent and promote the school within the local community and participate in school activities and events.

Both internal and external candidates are eligible to apply for Malvern scholarships. However, external candidates are required to meet the general admissions criteria of Malvern College Hong Kong and must secure a place at the school before their scholarship application will be considered. 

All candidates must submit a scholarship application form and a personal statement outlining their motivation and future contribution to school life as a Malvern scholar, alongside with other supporting documents as listed on the school’s webpage.

Deadline for entry will be on Friday, 30th of October.

For further information on how to apply, visit: http://www.malverncollege.org.hk/scholarship-and-bursaries/



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