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Course Code: SOW2019
Faculty of: Social Sciences Department of Social Work and Social Administration
Course Period: July 29, 2019 to July 31, 2019
Course Fee: HKD4,200
Accommodation: Not Applicable
Deadline for Application: May 31, 2019
Online Application: https://www.summerals.hku.hk/application/auth/login
Want to become a Change Maker? The 3-day programme is designed for high-calibre students who wish to explore the fields of social work in a fun and challenging environment. Through insightful lectures, interaction with current social work students, interesting adventure event, students will be able to explore their passion for performing a leading role for the betterment and enhancement of the well-being of individuals, groups and the communities. A session of experiential life education will also be included. It is a self-discovery journey for helping professional-to-be.
- To introduce the Bachelor of Social Work Programme to secondary students interested in social work profession;
- To facilitate intellectual exchange among secondary students with basic social work concepts;
- To enhance secondary students’ understanding of contemporary social issues, and the basic attitudes and values of social worker;
- To promote social awareness and encourage critical thinking of secondary students.
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|Early bird discounts for CyberMath Academy‘s summer camps end on |
April 1st. Interested students can apply here. Our camps are open to students in grades 4-12.
Research shows the importance of summer learning:
“On average, students lose approximately 2.6 months of learning in math over the summer — and teachers have to give up weeks of class time, or more, to make up for that loss.” (link) “High-quality summer enrichment programs can help schools address summer learning loss. The Afterschool Alliance (2010) describes well-designed summer learning programs as those that increase achievement, enhance motivation for and engagement in learning, and develop and nurture new skills and talents.” (link)
|Two Locations in July 2019:|
Harvard Law School, Wasserstein Hall, 1585 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02138.
Stanford University, 450 Serra Mall, Stanford, CA 94305
Harvard and Stanford campus experience!
Learn from the graduates and students of Harvard, MIT, Stanford and similar universities and experienced coaches.
Attend guest lectures by researchers at these top institutions.
Join campus tours and admission sessions.
Get a taste of most recent cutting edge scientific research.
Programs for students of ages 11-18
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Application opens now!
The CUHK Summer Institute (SI) is a two-week credit-bearing summer programme held in July at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) campus. It brings together more than 300 enthusiastic learners from secondary schools in Hong Kong, mainland China and overseas to explore different academic fields at CUHK. The SI will not only challenge your inquisitive minds, it will also be an immersive experience into the lively CUHK campus for you.
By joining the SI, you can
- Explore differentsubject areas through two courses taught by renowned CUHK faculty members
- Earn a maximum of two credits which may count towards undergraduate studies at CUHK in the future (with the exception of some programmes)
- Experience the vibrant CUHK campus life. Take part in team activities led by current CUHK students and immerse in university student life
- Learn about CUHK’s teaching and research strengths by participating in different academic enrichment activities
- Gain insight into preparing for public examinations and adapting to the university learning environment from mentors who are current CUHK students
- Engage in academic, cultural and social exchange with students of diverse backgrounds
More Details: http://www.summer.cuhk.edu.hk/si/
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Under – 18 summer schools
Applications are now open for summer 2019.
Attending summer school is a great way to discover what it is like to study at Imperial and what life is like as a student in London. Please follow the links below to find out more about each programme and for details about recruitment for this summer.
For secondary school students from around the world (including the UK)
Two–week summer school programme for 16–
Dates: 1 – 13 July 2019 or 5 – 17 August 2019
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Date: 7 Mar 2019
Time: 13:30 – 14:20
Venue: 4F SSC
Not sure what to do this summer? Interested in studying a summer course in the University of Cambridge?
Many students have studied with Reach Cambridge and really enjoyed their experience – come and find out more tomorrow at 1.30 pm in the SSC!
Look forward to seeing you there!
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Date: 14 March 2019
Time: 18:00 – 19:30
Venue: ESF Centre
Looking for an interesting summer programme in the University of Cambridge?
Cambridge Summer programmes are offering some excellent options in July and for students interested in studying Law or Medicine, there are some great opportunities available.
Take a look at the following flyer and sign up for the talk at ESF Centre on Thursday 14th March from 6-7.30 pm. Please note you need to register for this event.
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School of Architecture
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
ARCHITECTURE EXPLORER PROGRAMME
15-27 JULY 2019
EXPLORE HOW TO SEE, MAKE AND EXPERIENCE ARCHITECTURE
What can you explore?
- How a design is transformed from an initial concept into a built reality for people to live, work and play
- How an architect translates a design from two-dimensional plans into three-dimensional spaces
- What tools are used by hand and computer to make such design transformations
If you would like to explore these ideas and skills and see whether Architecture could be a future career for you, then the Architecture Explorer Programme at CUHK is the right place for you this summer.
What do we offer?
- Lectures, building tours, workshops and design studios
- Learning manual and digital drawing and model-making
- Direct access to Design Studios, Digital Design Lab, Workshop and Architecture Library
- Guided tours of architectural offices > Personal career counseling in architecture
- On-campus living in CUHK college housing (optional)
Secondary School Form 4, 5 & 6 Students
No prior art and design experience required
Hong Kong Residents: 30 April 2019
Non-Hong Kong Residents: 31 March 2019 (with visa application, if required)
HK$ 13,800 (includes design tool set and computer lab fee)
On-campus college housing fees are separate.
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Date: 20 – 27 July 2019
Venue: Canadian International School of Hong Kong
For students aged 15-18
37 Courses – 14 Academics, HK$7,000 per course
Will this course prepare me for Cambridge?
Though not a stated aim of this programme (to “prepare students for Cambridge”), we are pleased to advise that many of our former students have been successful in subsequent applications to the University of Cambridge and other highly selective, research-intensive universities. Exposure to the discourse and ideas of high-level academics can have a profound impact on the development of students – the physical location of this exposure is less important. Students and interested parents will be invited to a subsequent admissions talk, given by an academic from the University of Cambridge and will be held at CDNIS.
What is the cost per course?
The courses are HK$7,000 per session and each will have 15 hours of contact time and are capped at 20 students (HK$467 per hour with a real Cambridge Academic!).
When do the courses run?
Sessions run during the period: Saturday 20th July 2019 – Saturday 27th July 2017 in three sessions. Please note that due to previous popular demand a few courses may repeat over the 3 sessions; please do not register for the same course twice as this would be a repeat of the material and will also prevent other students from accessing these very popular courses.
Are there any Entry Requirements?
Students enrolling on sessions will need to be at least 15 years of age at the start of the Summer School (date of birth before or on 20th July 2004 – please note this is a recommended requirement). These courses are designed to be highly challenging and stretching for all students and thus this age restriction imposed by Cambridge. Opportunities for students of a younger age will be available here. Any student/parent that enrols under the age requirement does so understanding that the recommendation from the Summer School is that these courses are only suitable for students above this age and that you accept that the material may be challenging in the extreme for you/him/her. Please note that all instruction is in English (unless otherwise stated) and so a strong ability in academic English is required.
Who are the Tutors?
All of the teaching staff for the Cambridge Summer School are current and active academic staff employed by the University of Cambridge. They have a huge range of experience, have published many academic papers and have keen academic interests. You can see the biographies of each of the tutors by clicking on the individual course links and seeing their Bios at the very top of the page. We are pleased that we have professors from the following University of Cambridge colleges: Trinity Hall, King’s College, Clare College, Homerton College, Murray Edwards, Gonville & Caius, Corpus Christi and Downing College.
What are the main Academic Areas?
The courses on offer cover a wide range of subject areas and several cross academic boundaries and would have appeal to students from a broad range of interests. The main academic areas covered this year include; Chemistry, Psychology, Medicine, Law, Economics, Mathematics, English Literature, Philosophy, Physics, and Art History. There are also some general skills/interest courses which would be suitable for students from any discipline looking to improve their academic skills.
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Summer is quickly approaching, and that means it’s time to start finalizing your summer plans.
Summer Discovery offers 300+ courses in Business, STEM, Fashion, Acting, and more, and if you enroll before February 15, you’ll receive Priority Registration. This means you’ll be granted access to course registration before anyone else, which can be really helpful in saving your spot in your top-choice courses.*
For 53 years, we have been helping middle school and high school students have the summer of a lifetime. We can’t wait for you to join us.
Campus Managers are available to help you choose the right program or to answer questions. Give us a call at (516) 621-3939.
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The University of California, Irvine is one of the U.S. leading public research universities and home to an outstanding liberal arts college, an integrated academic medical center, and some of the best professional and arts schools in the country.
Experience University Research (EUR) at UCI extends a tradition of excellence to outstanding high school students through unique 2 week summer courses. Accepted students to the EUR program will balance academic, scientific research and campus life as they prepare for college in the nation’s entertainment center – South California.
EUR courses are taught by UCI faculty and experienced professionals of the UCI academic community. EUR programs’ faculty create an engaging academic experience by combining lectures, hands-on workshops and labs, guest speakers, and academic field trips to locations throughout Los Angeles and Irvine. Each course is designed to be more interactive, engaging, and challenging than accelerated high school classes or the broad introductory courses offered by other summer pre-collegiate programs.
Summer 2019 Eligibility Requirements
- You must be 15 and above by the first day of Class.
- You should be pursuing a rigorous high school curriculum.
- You are required to attend all class meetings beginning July 14, 2019.
- You may be either a domestic or international student.
International Student Application
Friday, May 31th, 2019
Calendar: 2019 EUR HS Calendar – Sample