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The Master of Laws in Compliance and Regulation (LLM(CR)) programme was selected as one of six HKU programmes to participate in the inaugural Targeted Taught Postgraduate Programmes Fellowships Scheme and has again been selected for the 2021-2022 academic year.


An important objective of the Fellowships Scheme is to attract more meritorious local students to pursue further studies in priority areas conducive to the development of Hong Kong. The LLM(CR), now entering its sixth year, is a unique programme designed for law and non-law graduates, typically with industry experience, to enhance their understanding of regulatory policies and cutting edge issues impacting on compliance in the financial services sector, including developing wider perspectives on Hong Kong in the international context.   


The Fellowships Scheme, which is only available to local students newly admitted to the LLM(CR) programme, provides up to nine students reimbursement of up to HK$ 120,000 of their course fees. It is available to both full-time and part-time students.


Successfully admitted students who satisfy the eligibility requirements will be contacted with details of how to apply for a Fellowship.

Follow this link* to see more of the University's fellowships scheme page.