Prizes & Awards For Students at the University of Hong Kong
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The LUI Che Woo Prize
Lui Che-woo, a property developer, hotelier and philanthropist, is Hong Kong’s third wealthiest man and his ambition to help others derives from the early deprivation of education that he experienced during the Japanese occupation. Now 88, Lui is devoted to helping communities across the globe improve their quality of life.
In recognition of his work and his commitment to promoting peace and education, Mr. Lui established the LUI Che Woo Prize in 2015, an international award to be awarded for enhancing, civilising and sustaining our world.
Prizes & Awards for Students at the University of Hong Kong
The following prizes are awarded by the University of Hong Kong to recognise academic excellence by its students. Some of these prizes are awarded for specific subjects, while other prizes recognise achievements in a variety of fields. In addition, some are general scholarships.
HK Law Society Prize in Company Law In 1997, the Law Society of Hong Kong offered to provide an annual prize to the University of Hong Kong to be awarded to a student who has achieved the highest level of standard in the course ‘Company Law’. The prize was initially worth $1,000. However, in November 2005, the donor increased its value to $3,000.
Mrs Rosie Chen Prize In Phonetics
The late Mrs Rosie Chen offered to provide an annual prize of HK$3,000 to the University of Hong Kong to be awarded for the best results in the course ‘LING2004 Phonetics’. The prize was initially worth $1,500. In November 2009, the donor increased its value to $4,000.
Leigh & Orange Design Prize
The board of directors of Leigh & Orange Ltd offered to provide an annual prize to the University to be awarded for the best results in the design coursework. The prize was initially worth $3,000. In October 2011, the board of directors increased its value to $5,000.
Mr Jeremy Chan Prize in Commercial Drafting
The firm Freshfields donated an annual sum of $1,000 until further notice for the establishment of a prize to be awarded to the best student who has undertaken the commercial drafting course. The prize is now valued at $3,000 with effect from the 2006-07 academic year.
Mr. Ho King Mau Memorial Prize
In 2002, the immediate family (his wife Mademe Man Lan Ying and two sons, Drs Ho Koon Piu and Ho Koon Ki, Tommy) of the late Mr. Ho King Mau agreed to establish a prize in memory of Mr. Ho through a donation of $100,000. The prize will be awarded to a student who has achieved an overall superior performance in the second or third MBBS examination in community medicine.