Teaching & Learning

Faculty Student Mobility Fund (UG)

Faculty Student Mobility Fund (UG)

Objective and Overview

With a view to encouraging student mobility and aligning with the University’s targets listed in the University’s Academic Development Proposal 2016-19, the Faculty of Arts is pleased to offer the Faculty Student Mobility Fund (FSMF) to Arts students (BA, BA&BEd and BA&LLB) in need, who plan to participate in and have demonstrated commitment to the proposed mainland China (ML) and international (INT) learning experience (activity) starting from the academic year 2017-18.

Students are advised to apply for funding support from the University and the government in the first instance (please refer to the HKU Horizons webpage http://tl.hku.hk/horizons/). Since the FSMF cannot be held concurrently with other funding sources (e.g. HKU, government) for financing the same ML/INT learning activity, failing which applicants are required to report to the Faculty in writing immediately, withdraw the application, and if applicable, return the reimbursed amount back to the Faculty. Therefore, students are advised to make a well-informed choice before applying for the FSMF.

Application Guidelines

Application Form for Pre-approval before Participating in the Activity

  • Important notes
  1. Applicants are required to apply for pre-approval from the Faculty at least 6 weeks before the activity takes place according to the following guidelines:

Arts Courses (i.e. with Course Codes)
Offered by the Faculty of Arts

Others

The School or Centre Office which offers the relevant courses will announce application information to students taking the courses, and invite them to apply via its Office. The School or Centre Office will then consolidate an application list en bloc to the Faculty Office so that students are not required to submit an online application form individually.

Log in and submit an online application form at http://stu.arts.hku.hk/fsmf/.

Please note that for self-initiated activities which are not organized by HKU, applicants are required to submit a supporting letter endorsed by a HKU teacher for this pre-approval application.

  1. Incomplete, late or retroactive applications will not be considered.

  1. Applicants will be notified of the pre-approval result via HKU email.

Application Form for Reimbursement after the Completion of the Activity

  • Important note

Applicants are required to forward one final submission with all the following supporting documents in hard copy to the Faculty Office by the reimbursement deadline (i.e. within 3 months after the completion of the activity).

July 2017

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