Jointly organised by the Talents Development Committee and Macao Foundation, the "Macao Talent Cultivation Programme－Subsidy Scheme for Global Leaders Master Course of University of Cambridge" is an elite cultivation programme initiated by the Macao SAR Government, which aims to provide chances for Macao residents to participate in the "Global Leaders Programme" at a world-leading academic institution, with the support and funding from the SAR Government, thereby cultivating quality talents for leadership roles. Application for the scheme was closed on 31st January this year. The Committee received a total of 74 applications from Macao residents. Screening has been completed recently and results have been announced on the Talents Development Committee website (www.scdt.gov.mo). After the first round of screening carried out by the University of Cambridge and Clare Hall, shortlisted candidates and their academic qualifications and overall quality evaluation data were subject to a rigorous screening and selection process conducted by the selection committee, composed of members of the Talents Development Committee, which has finally come to agreement to grant subsidies to candidates who applied for the MPhil in Engineering for Sustainable Development. Successful grantees are required to sign an interface specification that promises to return to Macao and obtain the master's degree within the period from October 2015 through September 2016 and return to Macao within 6 months after graduation, and work in an industry which is relevant to his/her master course for no less than one year. For details about regulations of the "Subsidy Scheme for Global Leaders MasterCourse of University of Cambridge", please refer to the following website: https://www.scdt.gov.mo/reg/act2.aspx?l=zh-TW.