Introduction of Experiential Learning Fund
Experiential Learning Fund (ELF) is administered by GHELC for supporting students from all ten Faculties to complete their experiential learning projects. The ELF has supported over 2,300 students to participate in 48 experiential projects in more than 8 countries.
ELF is available to all credit-bearing courses under the formal undergraduate curriculum, including Common Core Courses. The ELF can be used to support both new and existing courses to incorporate experiential learning into the curriculum or to scale up current endeavors. Each student can receive up to HK$4,000 to participate in experiential learning projects. The ELF may also cover project and faculty expenses. There are two rounds of application in each year, with submissions accepted in May and October.
Course Planning and Logistical Support
In addition to ELF, GHELC offers holistic support to Faculties in designing, organizing, and assessing experiential learning. Faculty members are much welcome to meet with us to explore new project ideas, identify suitable project partners and sites, workout budget and assessment plans, design tailor-made workshops for students, and explore multidiscipline project opportunities within and outside the University. Faculty members are encouraged to contact GHELC to explore its 80, and growing, community partners and their projects around the world.