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					                    UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE
                 The Prince Philip Scholarship
                     APPLICATION GUIDELINES

  (For use in conjunction with the Prince Philip Scholarship
 application form. You MUST read these application guidelines
and Notes carefully before you complete the application form.)

NOTE A    Proposed subject of study (Application Form: Page 1)

Please specify the subject or subjects that you hope to read
at Cambridge (see the list of Triposes below).      Consult the
latest “University of Cambridge Undergraduate Prospectus”;
this is obtainable from your school, or the British Council in
Hong Kong, or you can visit the University of Cambridge’s
website: <http://www.cam.ac.uk/cambuniv/ugprospectus/>

Read the following paragraphs before you make your entry on
the application form:

In their first year of residence, candidates can choose from
among the following Triposes: Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic;
Archaeology and Anthropology; Architecture; Asian and Middle
Eastern   Studies;  Classics;   Computer   Science;   Economics;
Education; Engineering; English; Geography; History; History
of Art; Land Economy; Law; Linguistics; Mathematics (including
Mathematics   with   Physics);   Medical   Sciences   (including
Veterinary Medicine); Modern & Medieval Languages; Music;
Natural   Sciences;   Philosophy;   Politics,   Psychology   and
Sociology; and Theology and Religious Studies.

In addition to the courses listed above, the following
Triposes can be taken only after Part I of another Tripos:
Chemical Engineering, Electrical and Information Sciences,
Management Studies, and Manufacturing Engineering.


N.B.

  1. If you think that you are likely to want to change to
     another subject in your second or third year, please enter
     this in addition to your proposed first year subject (e.g.
     write “Economics + Law” if you are intending to read
     Economics Part I followed by Law Part II). This
     information is intended only to guide the Selection Board.
     There is no need to feel that what you write here commits
     you in any way to a definite choice of subject in your
     second or third year.

  2. Candidates shortlisted for interview will be able to
     discuss with the Selection Board their choice of subject.

  3. Candidates for Modern & Medieval Languages and for Asian



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  and Middle Eastern Studies should specify the languages
  that they wish to study.

  All candidates for Modern & Medieval Languages in Hong
  Kong who are selected for interviews will be asked to take
  a 45-minute written test on the same day they attend the
  interview.   Information on the written test is available
  from:
  <http://www.mml.cam.ac.uk/prospectus/undergrad/applying/te
  st.html>


4. Candidates for Natural Sciences should state whether their
   interests tend toward physical or biological sciences
   (i.e. enter either “Natural Sciences (Physical)” or
   “Natural Sciences (Biological)”).     This information is
   intended only as a general guide for the Selection Board –
   you are not committing yourself to choosing physical
   sciences or biological sciences later on in the Tripos; in
   any case, the Natural Sciences Tripos is constructed in
   such a way as to defer specialisation until a later stage
   in the course. Also, see para (F) below.


5. Candidates for Architecture:

(a)   Candidates for Architecture should prepare a portfolio
      which should include graphic work and/or paintings of
      three-dimensional material. It should cover as wide a
      range of work as possible, including drawings or
      sketches of a building, a natural       artifact and a
      human-made artifact.    Shortlisted candidates will be
      asked to provide their portfolio to the Selection Board
      for consideration in November 2009, before their
      interview.

(b)   Arrangements have been made for all Hong Kong
      candidates for Architecture to participate in a 2-hour
      test (which will include a drawing component) in Hong
      Kong at 5:00 p.m. on 2nd December 2009. All Hong Kong
      candidates for Architecture who are selected for
      interviews must make themselves available to take this
      test.   Performance in this test will be taken into
      account in determining whether to award the scholarship
      to the candidates concerned.

(c)   Candidates should note that the Architecture Faculty at
      Cambridge is small and competition for places is
      particularly intense. It is likely that candidates for
      architecture will be asked to attend an interview at
      Cambridge at which their portfolio will be discussed,
      before they attend any interview for the Scholarship.




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6. As part of their Cambridge college admission requirements,
   candidates proposing to study certain subjects may be
   required to take certain aptitude tests and achieve
   satisfactory results in such tests, in addition to
   attaining the prescribed grades in their Advanced Level
   Examinations or International Baccalaureate Examinations:

  (A)   Candidates for Medical Sciences should note:

        a)   Cambridge offers only a limited number of
             places for overseas applicants in Medical &
             Veterinary Sciences, the Tripos course taken by
             those wishing to qualify in medicine or
             veterinary medicine.

        b)   All Medical Sciences applicants must sit a
             written test, the Bio-Medical Admissions Test
             (BMAT). Details can be found at:
             <http://www.cam.ac.uk/admissions/undergraduate/
             tests/>
             Further details on BMAT can be found on the
             BMAT website at:<http://www.bmat.org.uk>
             Medical Sciences applicants are reminded to
             make all necessary and timely arrangements for
             the taking of the BMAT.

        c)   The BMAT for S7 Candidates will usually take
             place before the Scholarship interview.

        d)   S6   Candidates  who   have   specified   Medical
             Sciences in this form will NOT be eligible to
             take the BMAT until their year 7 in Secondary
             School.     All offers of a Prince Philip
             Scholarship   to  an   S6   Candidate   who   has
             specified Medical Sciences as his/her proposed
             subject of study will therefore be conditional
             upon his/her taking the BMAT in his/her year 7
             in Secondary School and achieving satisfactory
             results in the BMAT.     Whilst the Scholarship
             Selection Board hopes to facilitate the taking
             of the BMAT by the candidates concerned, it
             remains the responsibility of the S6 Candidates
             concerned to arrange to take the BMAT in their
             secondary 7 in Secondary School.

        e)   The scholarship is only tenable for the pre-
             clinical degree. It cannot be extended to cover
             any part of the clinical course.

        f)   Due to United Kingdom Government guidelines, it
             is possible that overseas students may not be
             able to obtain a place in a United Kingdom
             teaching institution for clinical studies.



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      g)   Prince Philip Scholars who have obtained their
           pre-clinical degree from Cambridge will be
           eligible for a place at either the University
           of Hong Kong or the Chinese University of Hong
           Kong to undertake their clinical studies.


(B)   Candidates for Mathematics should note:

      a)   Mathematics applicants who are taking A-level
           examinations must take Mathematics as an A-
           level subject, and are strongly advised to take
           Further Mathematics as at least an AS-level
           subject.

           Mathematics applicants who are taking the
           International Baccalaureate examinations must
           take Mathematics and Physics as HL subjects,
           and (if available) Further Mathematics as an SL
           subject.

      b)   Arrangements have been made for all Hong Kong
           candidates for Mathematics to take a written
           test in Hong Kong at 5:00 p.m. on 2nd December
           2009. All Hong Kong candidates for Mathematics
           who are selected for interviews must make
           themselves available to take the test.

      c)   Mathematics applicants should take the Sixth
           Term Examination Papers in Mathematics (STEP)
           in year 7 of Secondary School, in addition to
           their    Advanced    Level    Examinations    or
           International Baccalaureate Examinations (as
           the case may be). Information about this may be
           found   in    the   University    of   Cambridge
           Undergraduate Prospectus or at:
           <http://www.maths.cam.ac.uk/undergrad/admission
           sinfo/>
           Mathematics applicants are reminded to make all
           necessary and timely arrangements for the
           taking of the STEP.

      d)   An offer of a Prince Philip Scholarship to a
           candidate who has specified Mathematics as
           his/her proposed subject of study may be
           conditional upon his/her achieving satisfactory
           results in the STEP.


(C)   Candidates for Law should note:

      a)   Law   applicants       will   be   asked   to   take   the



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           Cambridge Law Test.    No prior legal study is
           necessary.    Details of the test and sample
           questions are available from:
           <http://www.law.cam.ac.uk/admissions/cambridge-
           law-test.php>

      b)   Arrangements have been made for all Hong Kong
           candidates for Law to take a 2-hour written
           test in Hong Kong at 5:00 p.m. on 2nd December
           2009. All Hong Kong candidates for Law who are
           selected for interviews must make themselves
           available to take the test.


(D)   Candidates for Veterinary Medicine should enter
      “Medical Sciences (Vet.)” as their proposed subject
      of study.   They too must take the compulsory test
      (BMAT): see paragraphs (A)b) to d) above for
      details.      Veterinary   Medicine   applicants   are
      reminded   to   make   all    necessary   and   timely
      arrangements for the taking of the BMAT.

(E)   Candidates for Engineering and for Computer Science
      may be asked to take the Sixth Term Examination
      Papers in Mathematics (STEP) in year 7 of Secondary
      School,   in   addition   to   their  Advanced    Level
      Examinations     or     International    Baccalaureate
      Examinations (as the case may be).     In such cases,
      an offer of a Prince Philip Scholarship to the S6
      Candidate concerned will also be conditional upon
      his/her taking the STEP in his/her year 7 in
      Secondary School and achieving satisfactory results
      in the STEP. Whilst the Scholarship Selection Board
      hopes to facilitate the taking of the STEP by the
      candidates concerned, it remains the responsibility
      of the S6 Candidates concerned to arrange to take
      the STEP in their secondary 7 in Secondary School.
      Information   about   STEP   may   be  found   in   the
      University of Cambridge Undergraduate Prospectus or
      at:<http://www.maths.cam.ac.uk/undergrad/admissionsi
      nfo/>.

      Also, see para (F) below.


(F)   Candidates    for   Computer   Sciences,    Economics,
      Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Land Economy,
      Natural   Sciences,   or  Politics,   Psychology   and
      Sociology should note:

      a)   All candidates in Hong Kong for these subjects
           must take the Thinking Skills Assessment test
           (TSA), a non-subject specific test which is



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           designed to assess the candidates’ critical
           thinking and problem-solving skills, plus write
           a 30-minute essay. Details are available from:
           <http://www.cam.ac.uk/admissions/undergraduate/
           tests/>
           Further details on TSA and sample questions can
           be    found    on   the    TSA    website    at:
           <http://www.tsa.ucles.org.uk>
           Relevant applicants are reminded to make all
           necessary and timely arrangements for the
           taking of the TSA.

      b)   In a case where the applicant concerned is
           required to take the TSA, an offer of a Prince
           Philip Scholarship to a S6 Candidate will also
           be conditional upon his/her taking the TSA and
           achieving satisfactory results in the TSA.

      c)   Arrangements have been made for all Hong Kong
           candidates for these subjects to take the TSA
           test, as well as write a 30-minute essay in
           English on a topic to be selected from a choice
           of subjects, in Hong Kong at 5:00 p.m. on 2nd
           December 2009.   All Hong Kong candidates for
           these subjects who are selected for interviews
           must make themselves available to take the
           test.


(G)   Candidates   for   Linguistics   should  note   that
      arrangements have been made for all Hong Kong
      candidates for Linguistics to take a 2-hour written
      test in Hong Kong at 5:00 p.m. on 2nd December 2009.
      All Hong Kong candidates for Linguistics who are
      selected   for   interviews  must   make  themselves
      available to take the test.


(H)   Any provisional offer issued to an S6 Candidate will
      be issued on the understanding that (a) in his/her
      Year 7 of Secondary School, the S6 Candidate
      concerned will take and achieve satisfactory results
      in those aptitude test(s) (if any) prescribed as pre-
      requisites for admission to study his/her proposed
      subject of study at the University of Cambridge
      (please see paragraphs (A) to (F) above for such
      tests); and (b) the S6 Candidate concerned will sit
      an Advanced Level Examination (or, where appropriate,
      an International Baccalaureate Examination) on the
      subject(s) regarded by the University of Cambridge as
      pre-requisite to his/her proposed subject of study.
      An S6 Candidate holding a provisional offer of
      scholarship may not change his/her proposed subject



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         of study at Cambridge except where written consent is
         obtained   from  the   Selection   Board  after   due
         consultation with the Board.


NOTE B   Preference of College at Cambridge (Application Form
         Page 1)

There are 29 Colleges at Cambridge admitting undergraduates. Of
these, 4 admit only mature students (those over 21 years on
admission). 3 Colleges admit women only, and the remainder
admit both men and women:

Colleges admitting women only:

         Murray Edwards (New Hall), Newnham and Lucy Cavendish
         (the latter admits only mature women students)

Colleges admitting both men and women:

         Christ’s, Churchill, Clare, Corpus Christi, Downing,
         Emmanuel, Fitzwilliam, Girton, Gonville and Caius,
         Hughes Hall (mature students only), Jesus, King’s,
         Magdalene, Pembroke, Peterhouse, Queens’, Robinson,
         St. Catharine’s, St. Edmund’s (mature students
         only), St. John’s, Selwyn, Sidney Sussex, Trinity,
         Trinity Hall, Wolfson (mature students only).

If they so wish, S6 Candidates may specify        one   of   the
following colleges as their preference college:

         Christ’s,    Churchill,   Corpus   Christi,  Emmanuel,
         Fitzwilliam, Homerton, Jesus, King’s, Magdalene,
         Murray Edwards (New Hall - women only), Newnham
         (women    only),    Pembroke,    Peterhouse,  Queen’s,
         Robinson, Sidney Sussex, and St John’s.

Candidates should not be worried if they feel unsure about the
choice of a college. In such cases, they can make an “Open
Application” by entering no preference on page 1 of both the
Scholarship Application Form and (as and when applicable) the
Cambridge Overseas Application Form (COAF) (just leave the
lines blank or write “Open”). Candidates will not in any way
prejudice their chances of selection if they make an open
application.

If preference has been expressed for a particular College, we
shall try to meet it, but those offered scholarships may
receive an offer from another college.




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                 UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE
              The Prince Philip Scholarship
                          NOTES

The generosity of a number of Hong Kong citizens has allowed
the establishment of the Scholarship to enable Hong Kong
students to attend the University of Cambridge with, where
necessary, full financial support. His Royal Highness, Prince
Philip, being Chancellor of the University, has graciously
allowed his name to be associated with the Scholarship.


Value of the Scholarship

The Scholarship includes a non-means tested cash award of
£2,900 per annum.    One Hong Kong-London-Hong Kong economy-
class return air ticket will also be awarded irrespective of
means test results, provided the air ticket is purchased from
Cathay Pacific Airways under its special arrangements with the
scholarship  scheme.     Subject   to  means   testing   (where
required), the Scholarship     will also provide      financial
assistance for the students to meet the costs of tuition and
maintenance.


Tenure

The Scholarship is reviewed annually in the light of academic
progress and is normally extended for the duration of the
undergraduate course of three or four years.


Eligibility for a Scholarship

To be eligible for a Scholarship, a student should have
acquired “Hong Kong belonger” status through long residence
and must hold a Hong Kong Permanent Resident Identity Card.
Students eligible for United Kingdom Home Fee Status will not
be considered for a Prince Philip Scholarship.


Choice of College

Prince Philip Scholarships are tenable at any Cambridge
college admitting students for undergraduate courses leading
to a first degree of the University of Cambridge: they are not
tied, or restricted, to any particular college or colleges
within Cambridge.   Although candidates may indicate a choice
of College, it is not essential to do so and an “open
application” may be made. Information on how to make an open
application is given in the Application Guidelines.



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Courses Available

All the normal Cambridge courses for undergraduates are open
to applicants for Prince Philip Scholarships. Most last for
three years and lead to a B.A. degree; in engineering
subjects, and some subjects in Natural Sciences, subject to
satisfactory performance, the course may include a fourth year
leading to the M.Eng or M.Sci degrees. For information about
all   courses,   consult  the   latest   Cambridge  Admissions
Prospectus or visit the website at:
<http://www.cam.ac.uk/admissions/undergraduate>


Application Procedures

All applications for a Prince Philip Scholarship must be
received by The Administrative Secretary, The Friends of
Cambridge University in Hong Kong, c/o The Bank of East Asia,
10 Des Voeux Road Central, Hong Kong, on or before 15th October
2009.     The   envelope   should  be   marked   ‘Private   and
Confidential’.   To ensure receipt of completed application
forms, please return the form in good time and by Registered
Mail.

All applicants, including students who are studying in Hong
Kong, in the United Kingdom, or elsewhere, and who are
applying to one or more British Universities, must complete
all the application papers (for details, see below).

  (1)   For S6 Candidates:

S6 Candidates should complete the Prince Philip Scholarship
application form (attaching to it a copy of their Hong Kong
Identity Card) and deliver it to their School Principals. The
School   Principals   will  attach   the   School   Principal’s
Confidential Report to the Scholarship application form, and
send both to The Friends of Cambridge University in Hong Kong,
so as to ensure receipt on or before 15th October 2009. It is
not necessary for S6 Candidates to complete any Cambridge
Overseas Application Form (COAF) or UCAS form at the time they
send in the Scholarship application form (see below).

An S6 Candidate who has changed to another school after
completion of his/her O Level Examinations may if he/she so
wishes submit, in addition to the Confidential Report by the
Principal of his/her present school, a Confidential Report by
the Principal of his/her former Secondary School.   In such a
case, the S6 Candidate concerned should draw the attention of
the Principal of his/her former Secondary School to the
“Guidelines for Writing Reports for Candidates” and ask the
Principal to also complete and return to us on a separate
sheet (with attached thereto a photocopy of the completed
Scholarship application form) the Certification by School



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Principal.      The   additional    Confidential  Report   and
Certification by School Principal should be sent directly by
the Principal of the S6 Candidate’s former Secondary School to
the Friends of Cambridge University in Hong Kong, so as to
ensure receipt on or before 15th October 2009.

Those S6 Candidates holding provisional offers from the Prince
Philip Scholarship must, in their Year 7 in Secondary School
or as and when so requested by the relevant Cambridge college,
make a timely application to Cambridge in the usual manner by
completing a COAF and a UCAS form, including Cambridge in
their choice of Universities, and also make all necessary and
timely arrangements for taking additional aptitude tests (if
any) which may be prescribed for admission to study their
proposed subjects at the University of Cambridge. They will
receive further advice from the relevant Cambridge college on
this.

Both the COAF and the UCAS form must be submitted in time to
reach their respective destinations, with printouts sent to
The Friends of Cambridge University in Hong Kong, on or before
the respective prescribed deadlines.


  (2)   For S7 Candidates:

S7 Candidates should complete the Prince Philip Scholarship
application form (attaching to it a copy of their Hong Kong
Identity Card and printouts of their completed COAF and UCAS
form (see below)) and deliver it to their School Principals.
The School Principals will attach the School Principal’s
Confidential Report to the Scholarship application form, and
send it, together with the attachments, to The Friends of
Cambridge University in Hong Kong, so as to ensure receipt
thereof on or before 15th October 2009.

In addition to completing the Prince Philip Scholarship
application form, all S7 Candidates must make an application
to Cambridge in the usual manner by completing online a
Cambridge Overseas Application Form (COAF) and a UCAS form,
including Cambridge in their choice of Universities.

Both the COAF and the UCAS form must be submitted on or before
15th October 2009.

Candidates are reminded to make all necessary and timely
arrangements for taking all aptitude tests which may be
prescribed for admission to study their proposed subjects at
the University of Cambridge.

Candidates should note that the College listed as preference
College on their COAF must correspond to that given on their
Prince Philip Scholarship application form.   Candidates who



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are unsure about choice of a college are welcome to submit an
“Open application” on both the Scholarship form and the COAF,
without any prejudice to their chances of selection.

  (3)   For Other Candidates:

Other Candidates should complete the Prince Philip Scholarship
application form (attaching to it a copy of their Hong Kong
Identity Card and printouts of their completed COAF and UCAS
form (see below)) and deliver it to their School Principals.
The School Principals will attach the School Principal’s
Confidential Report to the Scholarship application form, and
send it, together with the attachments, to The Friends of
Cambridge University in Hong Kong, so as to ensure receipt
thereof on or before 15th October 2009.

In addition to completing the Prince Philip Scholarship
application   form,  all   Other   Candidates   must  make  an
application to Cambridge in the usual manner by completing
online a Cambridge Overseas Application Form (COAF) and a UCAS
form, including Cambridge in their choice of Universities.

Both the COAF and the UCAS form must be submitted on or before
15th October 2009.

All Other Candidates are reminded to make all necessary and
timely arrangements for taking all aptitude tests which may be
prescribed for admission to study their proposed subjects at
the University of Cambridge.

Candidates should note that the College listed as preference
College on their COAF must correspond to that given on their
Prince Philip Scholarship application form.    Candidates who
are unsure about choice of a college are welcome to submit an
“Open application” on both the Scholarship application form
and the COAF, without any prejudice to their chances of
selection.

Other Candidates may be asked to submit other documents in
support of their applications.      Their applications may be
treated differently depending on the circumstances of the case
and the merits of the applications concerned.

NB. A candidate is an “Other Candidate” only if he/she is
neither an S6 Candidate nor an S7 Candidate.      Any candidate
who fits the description of an S6 Candidate or an S7 Candidate
will not be eligible to apply as an “Other Candidate”.


IMPORTANT NOTE TO ALL CANDIDATES:

The UCAS form is available on: www.ucas.com.




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The COAF is available on:

     www.cam.ac.uk/admissions/undergraduate/apply/index.html#f
     orms.


Aptitude Tests

Candidates studying in Hong Kong who are applying to read
Architecture,    Chemical   Engineering,    Computer    Science,
Economics,   Engineering,  Land   Economy,   Law,   Linguistics,
Mathematics, Natural Sciences, or Politics, Psychology and
Sociology and who are selected for interviews by the
Scholarship in Hong Kong will be asked to take the relevant
aptitude test(s) at 5:00 p.m. on 2nd December 2009.          All
relevant candidates must make themselves available to take
such tests at the time and on the day specified above.

Candidates studying in Hong Kong who are applying to read
Modern & Medieval Languages and who are selected for
interviews by the Scholarship in Hong Kong will be asked to
take a written test on the same day as the interview.       All
relevant candidates must make themselves available to take the
test at such time and on such day as may be notified to them.


Selection

Selection is primarily by a panel representing the University
of Cambridge.     Shortlisted candidates will be called for
interview(s) in Hong Kong in the period 3rd – 11th December 2009
or, for those candidates who are studying in the United
Kingdom or other parts of Europe, in Cambridge on 28th November
2009.



Offers


  (1)    For S6 Candidates:

Successful S6 Candidates will receive provisional offers of
the Scholarship shortly after their interviews, and in any
event, before the end of March 2010. The conditions which may
be specified for the Scholarship may include (a) achieving
satisfactory results in aptitude test(s) prescribed for
pursuing the proposed subject of study at the University of
Cambridge; and (b) attaining the specified grades or scores in
the Hong Kong Advanced Level Examinations, the G.C.E. Advanced
Level   Examinations,  or   the   International  Baccalaureate
Examinations (as the case may be). The Scholarship will be
confirmed after the A-Level Examination or IB Examination



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results are published in July/August 2011.


  (2)   For S7 Candidates:

Successful S7 Candidates will be offered the Scholarship
conditional upon the candidate (a) achieving satisfactory
results in aptitude test(s) prescribed for pursuing the
proposed subject of study at the University of Cambridge; and
(b) attaining the specified grades or scores in the Hong Kong
Advanced Level Examinations, the G.C.E. Advanced         Level
Examinations, the International Baccalaureate Examinations, or
such other examinations or tests as the Scholarship Selection
Board may specify.   The Scholarship will be confirmed after
the results of the relevant examinations are published in
July/August 2010.

These   candidates   will   either receive   a   corresponding
“conditional offer” from their preference college, or another
college in Cambridge to which they have been allocated under
the “open application” procedure.


  (3)   For Other Candidates:

Successful Other Candidates will receive conditional offers of
the Scholarship.   The conditions which may be specified for
the Scholarship may include (a) achieving satisfactory results
in aptitude test(s) prescribed for pursuing the proposed
subject of study at the University of Cambridge; and (b)
attaining the specified grades or scores in the Hong Kong
Advanced Level Examinations, the G.C.E. Advanced Level
Examinations, the International Baccalaureate Examinations or
such other examinations or tests as the Scholarship Selection
Board may specify. The Scholarship will be confirmed after the
relevant examination results are published in July/August
2010.

Upon meeting the requisite conditions, these candidates will
be admitted in Autumn 2010 to either their preference college
or another college in Cambridge to which they have been
allocated under the “open application” procedure.


Enquiries

Any queries regarding The Prince Philip Scholarship should be
directed to The Administrative Secretary, The Friends of
Cambridge University in Hong Kong, c/o The Bank of East Asia,
Limited, 10 Des Voeux Road Central, Hong Kong. (Contact
person:   Ms    Cannie   Kwan,   Tel:   3608   8277,   Email:
kwanc@hkbea.com).
                                                Updated 05/09/2009




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