电影电视与数码媒体艺术(制作)硕士课程

Remarks for the following scholarships (EXCEPT DC Foundation)

  1. The Programme may modify the number of recipients or the award amount within the budgeted total when deemed necessary, e.g. when there are more students with identical scores that qualify for a scholarship than the number of scholarships offered.
  2. MFA Programme may not offer all or some of these rewards in case there are no sufficient qualified students or when the Programme runs into unpredictable financial circumstances.
  3. Each student is only eligible for the Academic Scholarship based on highest cumulative GPA once in the course of his or her study. Should there be such cases, it will be awarded to the student with next highest cumulative GPA instead.
  4. No student should receive more than two awards in the same academic year. Should there be such cases, the new award should be granted to the next best performing student in that category.
  5.  Attaining the minimum grade requirements does not necessarily warrant an award.

  DC foundation scholarship

Descriptions/Eligibility: Students of the Master of Fine Arts in Film, Television & Digital Media Programme who demonstrate excellence in their MFA Thesis Project I (Production)
No. of Recipients: 3 each year
Amount per Recipient: HK$10,000 
Application Method: By department nomination

  DR. NG HO script writing scholarship

Descriptions/Eligibility: Final year students with outstanding performance in Script Writing Thesis Project 
No. of Recipients: 1 each year
Amount per Recipient: HK$5000 
Application Method:           By department nomination

  outstanding production of Year 1 (1st Semester) x 4 scholarships

Prize: HK$10,000 x 4      
Subject: CTV 7010 Postgraduate Film Production I projects with grade A- or above
Requirement: Work for the department in Semesters 2 and 3, total of 200 hours (100 hrs x 2 = 200 hrs)

  outstanding Production of Year 2 (1st Semester) x 4 scholarships

Prize: HK$10,000 x 4
Subject: Based on CTV 7150 Postgraduate Dramatic Film/TV Production projects with grade A- or above
Requirement:    Work for the department in Semesters 4 and 5, total of 200 hours (100 hrs x 2 = 200 hrs).

  outstanding script writing of Year 1 (2nd Semester) x 4 scholarships

Prize: HK$5,000 x 4
Subject: Based on CTV 7100 Postgraduate Scipt Writing projects with grade A- or above
Requirement: Work for the department in Semesters 3 and 4, total of 50 hours (50 hrs x 2 = 100 hrs).

  outstanding script writing of Year 2 (1st Semester) x 4 scholarships

Prize HK$5,000 x 4
Subject Based on CTV 7110 Advanced Script Writing Workshop projects with grade A- or above
Requirement Work for the department in Semesters 4 and 5, total of 100 hours (50 hrs x 2 = 100 hrs).

 ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP (FOR YEAR 1 STUDENTS)

Prize: HK$20,000 X 2
Criterion: Best Accumulative GPA amongst Year 1 students (from Semester 1 to 2), which shoould reach a minimum of 3.3
Requirement:      Work for the department in the 3rd and 4th semester, a total of 200 hours (100 hrs x 2 = 200 hrs)

  Academic Scholarship (for Year 2 Students)

Prize: HK$20,000 X 2
Criterion: Best Accumulative GPA amongst Year 2 students (from Semester 1 to 4), which should reach a minimum of 3.3
Requirement:    

Work for the department in the 5th and 6th semester, a total of 200 hours (100 hrs x 2 = 200 hrs)

  financial aid

Amount: Up to HK$60,000 each academic year; Up to $30,000 each recipient.
No. of Recipients: 2 each year
Requirement:                                      Work for the department in following two semesters
(Semesters 3-4 for Yr 2 student and Semesters 5-6 for Yr 3 student); a total of 200 hours (100 hrs x 2 = 200 hrs).
Application Method:             

Students applying for the bursary should provide the supporting documents as indicators for your need of the financial support to MFA Programme office on or before May 31st each year.

Remarks:

MFA Programme may modify the number of recipients the award amount within the budgeted total when deemed necessary.
The Programme may not offer all or part of the financial aid in case there are no sufficient qualified applications or the Programme runs into unpredictable financial circumstances.