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Shrewsbury International School Hong Kong, 10 Shek Kok Road, Tseung Kwan O

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Shrewsbury International School Hong Kong, 10 Shek Kok Road, Tseung Kwan O

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Bursary and Scholarship

Shrewsbury International School Hong Kong is committed to developing a broad and representative community of learners.

The Bursary and Scholarship programme:

Enables The School to attract and retain students irrespective of their parents’ financial circumstances by providing for tuition fee remission.

Ensures that children demonstrating exceptional talents, gifts or commitment are both recognised and rewarded.

RATIONALE

The Bursary and Scholarship programme at Shrewsbury International School Hong Kong has been designed to serve The School’s Service Agreement which states that 10% of The School’s tuition fee income should be set aside for qualifying students.

BURSARY

Bursaries are available to parents who share the commitment and ambition of the Shrewsbury family, if financial constraints affect their ability to pay tuition fees. An application for a Bursary can be made at any time. For example, families who experience a sudden change in financial circumstances that would otherwise result in the withdrawal of their child mid-way through an academic year.

Through the application process, The School will consider a wide range of financial matters including, but not limited to, family income, assets and personal circumstances. Applications for a Bursary must be made to The Principal by completing a Bursary Application - awards are reviewed annually.

Recipients of Bursaries remain eligible for the award of a Scholarship.

Scholarship

Scholars at Shrewsbury International School Hong Kong are expected to uphold the highest standards and be a role model for other children. There are two forms of Scholarship available at Shrewsbury - both are strictly limited in volume:

1. Entrance Scholarships

Designed to recognise extraordinary potential, Entrance Scholarships are awarded to children able to present independently supported validation of their academic potential as they enter Key Stage 1.

Nominations must be supported by a current or former school - they are assessed by The Principal who then acts to present a recommendation for award to the School Management Committee. 

Entrance Scholars will receive:

  • The Scholars’ Certificate;
  • A partial remission to their Tuition Fee.

The associated Tuition Fee remission is awarded for the first year on entry only. In order to qualify, enrolment must be secured prior to the end of Term 1 of the year preceding entry.

 2. Achievement Scholarships

Awarded to students on roll, Achievement Scholarships are awarded to students in Key Stage 2 able to present an outstanding record of achievement.

Nominations must be supported by at least two members of school staff in May each year - they are assessed by The Principal who then acts to present a recommendation for award to the School Management Committee.

Achievement Scholars will receive:

  • The Scholars’ Tie;
  • Acknowledgement in an end of year Awards Assembly;
  • A partial remission to their Tuition Fee.

The associated Tuition Fee remission is awarded for the year following award only.

All scholarships are not transferable or otherwise redeemable and remain dependent on settling The School’s fees in full by the due date.

Enquire

If you would like to explore application for Bursary or Scholarship, please provide the following information and a member of our Admissions Team will make direct contact.