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Curious about what sets the Sister Colleges apart? Wondering how to start the conversation with students you think might be a fit for a women’s college? Then join us for a panel and learn what defines the Sisters. A legacy of empowerment. An abiding commitment to access and equity. A rigorous, interdisciplinary academic experience in a community of inspired learners. And rich campus opportunities — internships, research, leadership growth, career prep and social life — that prepare our students to launch.
The deans and directors of admission invite you to one of our joint, virtual sessions:
Tuesday, September 14, 7:30-8:45 pm EDT (-4 GMT)
Saturday, September 18, 1:00-2:15 pm EDT (-4 GMT)
While these sessions are designed for prospective students and families — we encourage you to share our invite! — it’s also a great primer for counselors less familiar with the Sister Colleges.
Register at wellesley.edu/admission/
We hope to see you there.
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New Zealand Virtual Visits – Hong Kong
Virtual Visit exclusively for Hong Kong schools. It features all eight NZ universities and will take place between 11-14 October (which will be during the mid-term break for many of us)
Please see the attached flyer for the schedule and full details, and register using this link.
The Zoom link and joining details will be sent to registered attendees nearer the time. Each webinar is 45 mins, with a 25 min presentation, and 20 mins allotted for Q&A. The sessions will be recorded.
If you have any questions about the event, please contact Felix Ye from Education New Zealand. His contact details can be found on the attached flyer.
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Join representatives from Harvard, Pomona, Stanford, and Wellesley to hear how we evaluate applications. What role do the various pieces of the application play? What do we mean when we talk about considering the match between the ”whole person” and our institution? We will also share information about financial aid and provide some general tips for your college search.
Please share this invitation with any students and colleagues who may be interested:
- Session #1 | 27 September 2021 @ 6:00am (U.S. Pacific time)
- Session #2 | 19 October 2021 @ 6:00am (U.S. Pacific time)
*To maximize our time together, please submit your questions when you RSVP to the event.We welcome interested high school students, parents, high school counselors, and friends. Please register as early as possible. Registration closes 1 hour prior to each event. Note that both webinars will cover the same content. If you are unable to join us, we encourage you to visit our admission websites to learn more about our institutions. These events will be conducted live, and no recording will be available afterward.We look forward to seeing you!
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Applying to Cambridge
Below is a step-by-step guide to help your students through the admissions process. Please bear in mind that we have an earlier UCAS application deadline of 15 October 2021 (Or 20 September 2021 for students in time zones of GMT+7 who would like to be considered for overseas interview slots with the international interviews team).
1. Choose a course
2. Decide whether to apply directly to a College, or to make an open application
3. Check admission assessment arrangements – You can find further information on assessments in the information below or on our webpage admission assessments.
4. Complete the UCAS application form – This includes the personal statement, which gives applicants the opportunity to tell us about their academic interests and motivations for applying for their chosen course. Make sure they include any super-curricular activities!
5. Complete the Supplementary Application Questionnaire (SAQ) – For applicants who would like to be considered for international interview slots, the SAQ deadline is 27 September 2021. In all other cases, the deadline is 22 October 2021.
6. If your student is required to submit a transcript – This depends on the course and College applied to but must be submitted by 18.00 (UK time) 22 October 2021. If you are applying for a slot with the international interviews team in October (see above), you will need to submit your transcript by 20 September.
7. If required, take a pre-interview assessment – A list of courses requiring a pre-interview assessment can be found here. Further information on pre-interview assessments can be found in the article below. (Please note that some courses require an at-interview assessment instead. A list of these courses can be found here. Applicants do not need to be registered in advance for at-interview assessments.)
8. If invited, attend interview – More information can be found online and in the Overseas Interviews section below.
9. Application decisions will be sent out in mid-January 2022
Most applicants to Cambridge are required to take a written assessment, either pre-interview or at interview. Our pre-interview assessments are administered by Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing (CAAT). A list of courses that require a pre-interview assessment, together with specimen and past papers, can be found on our Pre-interview assessments webpage.
Some applicants will be able to take their pre-interview assessment in school, provided that their school is registered as a test centre with CAAT. To become a test centre, schools must complete a Centre Approval Request Form, which you can access via this webpage. If applicants are unable to take their pre-interview assessment in school, they will need to find an open test centre.
All applicants for courses requiring a pre-interview assessment must be registered with their test centre by 15 October 2021. Please be aware that open test centres may be very popular and/or impose an earlier deadline. Applicants who require specific access arrangements must be registered with their test centre by 30 September 2021. Further information can be found here.
For 2022 entry, the pre-interview written assessments are scheduled to take place on the following dates in the UK:
Wednesday, 3 November 2021 – BMAT, ECAA, ENGAA, NSAA
Thursday, 4 November 2021 – TSA, TMUA, ELAT
Applicants taking the pre-interview written assessments overseas must check the website as the scheduled start times for international centres may vary.
Please note that for some international interview schemes, these assessments may take place after your remote interview. In this situation, your written assessment will still be considered by your Cambridge College along with your international interview report.
This year, all of our interviews will take place virtually. Your students may be interviewed by the admissions team in the College they applied to, or by international interviews team for certain subjects, if they apply for this option. Regardless of who interviews your students, the aims and format of the interview will be the same.
The international interviews team generally conduct interviews earlier (during October and November) which allows for additional capacity to invite candidates for interview in over-subscribed subjects. By applying to be interviewed by the international interviews team, this means your students are willing to be interviewed either by that team or by the College. There is an earlier application deadline of 20 September for the October interview slots and these are reserved for candidates in time zones of GMT+8 or more. Candidates in China and Hong Kong should apply by 15 October for the November interview slots.
Visit our website for the most up to date information about virtual interviews in 2021.
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Students must be sure to register for the virtual visit using the link provided below before the event begins. Students will then be sent an email that will allow them to participate in my presentation in advance of the event.
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Date and Time: Tuesday September 28th at 5:30-6:30am EST [Tuesday September 28th at 5:30-6:30pm HKT]
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The start of a new school year brings with it a sense of a new beginning and new opportunities, at Warwick, we also bring in new initiative for your students.We would like to invite your students to join us for the first Warwick Undergraduate Open Day in Hong Kong on Sunday 12th September 2021. This is an event for Year 12/13 and Form 5/6 students who are interested in learning more about studying at Warwick. We are covering six departments and will have academics to introduce the courses. We will also have current students in person to share their experiences which would be a fantastic opportunity for your students to hear from seniors who have been in their position. Please find the event detail below. To register: https://your.
warwick.ac.uk/form/warwickHK- opendayIt would be much appreciated if you could promote this to your students.If you would like to join, please just let me know which departmental session and I will reserve a seat for you!
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Early Bird Registration for HKUST Experience Day 2021 Further to our promotion of the HKUST Virtual Information Day, we would like to bring you further exciting news concerning your graduating class students as follow.Early bird invitation to the HKUST Experience Day 2021In view of the improving pandemic situation locally, we are hosting an on-campus event “HKUST Experience Day 2021”, exclusively for the graduating year students, on Sunday, 10 Oct. The event is a hub of interesting face-to-face experiential programs, participants will get a real taste of HKUST through taster lectures, tailored workshops, laboratory visits and demonstration, and dormitory and campus tours, alongside with admissions consultation booths for in-person engagement with our admissions officers and students. These experiential programs perfectly complement the admissions talks offered through our Virtual Information Day on Saturday, 25 Sep. We highly recommend your students to attend both events which offer completely different experience.To manage health and safety measures, the event will be split into two identical sessions with limited capacity for experiential programs. Having received many of your bright students over the years, we are pleased to offer Early Bird Registration for your graduating year students to sign up for Session 2 (14:00 – 18:00) before the event goes public. Grateful if you may kindly inform them and nominate interested students by returning the sign-up form by 12:00 noon of Monday, 13 Sep. Full event details and RSVP link will be sent to the nominated students in due course.Counselors are most welcome to join the HKUST Experience Day 2021At the event, we will host a tailored Counselor Mingling and Consultation Session (15:00 – 16:00) for counselors like you. Admissions officers from Schools and Programs would share important admissions updates and answer any questions you may have. Please fill in details of attending counselor(s) on the same sign-up form for RSVP.What’s new for HKUST (2022 Intake)To start with, our online application system will open on 27 Sep, with early round deadline on 19 Nov 2021 and main round deadline on 14 Jan 2022. This year, we are offering a new application choice BSc in Sustainable and Green Finance, leveraging the heightening sustainability concerns and demands for talents in the finance sector.The Extended Major in Artificial Intelligence will be made available for our business students when they start declaring their majors while an entirely new Extended Major in Digital Media and Creative Arts will also be launched.Last but not least, we are proud to announce the establishment of HKUST Beyond Academic Admissions Scholarship (BAAS), a new scholarship to absorb our previous two non-academic scholarships and further expand the scope to recognize a much broader spectrum of talents and achievements. Awardees would enjoy a one-off scholarship of HKD 50,000 and favorable admissions offer(s).We hope you and your students are excited about these updates as much as we do.Thank you and looking forward to welcoming you and your students at HKUST Experience Day 2021 in person (Finally!). We will be in touch soon to follow up on any questions.