The South China Morning Post with the support of the Hongkong Telecom Foundation, awards scholarships every year. To be eligible, applicants should be Hong Kong residents, in full-time employment and who earn $14,000 or less per month. The selection panel looks for applicants who have a clear view of the career path they wish to follow. Judges will also look for those whose aspirations match their abilities. Scholarships are awarded in 10 categories - accountancy/finance; business/secretarial/ computers/electronics; design/graphics; engineering; languages; merchandising/textiles; personnel and training; sales and marketing, and tourism/hotel and catering. Applicants can choose part-time courses from Hong Kong Productivity Council; Technical Institutes (Morrison Hill Technical Institute, Haking Wong, Sha Tin, Kwai Chung, Lee Wai Lee, Kwun Tong, and Tuen Mun); Chinese University of Hong Kong; City University of Hong Kong; Technical Colleges (Chai Wan and Tsing Yi); Baptist University; Hong Kong Management Association; Hong Kong Polytechnic University, University of Hong Kong, and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.