Applications

Application for Jardine Scholarship Award 2019 will open in mid-Aug 2018. General application guidelines are listed below for reference. The application forms and further details will be available in due course.

Method of Application:

  • All applicants must be submitted together with the following:
    • A personal statement describing the applicant's objectives, aspirations, plans after graduation and particulars of their extra-curricular activities, including sports, and their level of community involvement;
    • One recent passport-size photograph;
    • A copy of the completed UCAS application form; and
    • Certified copies of GCSE, A/AS Level and IB transcripts, or of equivalent qualifications subject to the examination system of the relevant country or territory as and when it is available. These include, but not limited to, HKDSE certificates, SPM or STPM certificates, and SKHU certificates.
  • For applicants attending secondary school or the equivalent, applications must include a testimonial signed by the school principal setting out:
    • The applicant’s achieved and/or predicted academic results;
    • Remarks which will assist the Scholarship Committee in its assessment; and
    • Any other relevant information for the application.
  • For applicants who have graduated from their secondary school, applications must be submitted, together with references, directly or through the principal of the secondary school, or the equivalent, which the applicant last attended.
  • Completed applications should be sent to:

    The Secretaries
    The Jardine Foundation
    G.P.O. Box 70
    Hong Kong

Interviews:

  • Whilst the preliminary evaluation of each application will be based on the details submitted by applicants in writing, shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend a first interview in the middle of November 2018, and in some cases a second interview, when they will be screened by a pre-selection committee whose decision will be final.

    The final selection will require applicants to attend a personal interview in Hong Kong in early January 2019. Applicants who have not been invited for an interview before that date should consider the application unsuccessful.

  • Applicants who cannot attend the final interview in Hong Kong will not be considered.