Monthly Archives: June 2020
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Cambridge Virtual Open Days 2020
We’re delighted to announce that our Virtual Open Days programme is now available. From Monday 29 June to Sunday 5 July, attendees will be able to access pre-recorded presentations about our courses, Colleges and Departments; the application process; student life; and finance. These presentations are hosted on our new Virtual Tour platform, which also features a range of articles, films and 360 degree photography from our Colleges and Departments.
On Thursday 2 and Friday 3 July, attendees will also have the opportunity to participate in live Q&A sessions with current students and staff. This includes four regional Q&A sessions: Asia and Australasia, The Americas, Europe, and IMEA (India, the Middle East and Africa). Please register for these sessions in advance via the Virtual Open Days programme.
International students in Year 10/Grade 9 (or equivalent) and above, plus their parents, supporters and guidance counsellors, are very welcome to attend our Virtual Open Days. To book a place, please click the button below.
For students interested in Engineering
On Thursday 2 and Friday 3 July, the Department of Engineering has organised a series of live webinars for students to find out more about our Engineering course and the application process. Students will also have the opportunity to put their questions to a panel of admissions gurus.
The webinars have been scheduled to coincide with the working day in multiple time zones. Topics, timings and registration links are now available via the Department of Engineering’s Virtual Open Days webpage.
Don’t miss our final two-part webinar for students, parents, supporters and guidance counsellors. To register, please click the button below.
Wednesday 26 August, 15:00 (BST) – Applying to Cambridge
A step-by-step look at the admissions process and what makes a competitive application
Wednesday 2 September, 10:00 (BST) – Admissions Tutor Panel
An hour-long Q&A with Cambridge Admissions Tutors
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CUHK Programme Taster Fair (11 July 2020)
Curious about life at university?
Looking for hot topics to study at college?
Want to hear from current students?
Join us online on 11 July 2020 (Saturday) at CUHK Programme Taster Fair 2020 ! Registration required for live activities on first-come-first-served basis.
Target: Students in Grade 10 / Year 11 or above
Language: Cantonese and/ or English (each session is different; please refer to descriptions on the webpage before registration)
Event Rundown and Registration: Click here
★ BBA and Juris Doctor (BBA-JD): The Best of Both Worlds
★ Hospitality and Real Estate: Innovative Ideas Competition Briefing with Mini Lecture
★ Why Early Childhood Education Matters?
★ Biomedical Engineering: Admission Consultation & Students’ Sharing
★ Surgeon’s Role in Treating Urological Cancers
★ Training to be a world-class scientist in CU Biomedical Sciences + Crime scene investigation
★ Urban Design Thinking and Community Co-creation
Enquiries: 3943-8949 / 3943-1520
Office of Admissions and Financial Aid
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
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Covid-19 Update from King’s
Keeping you informed
If we have not met before, my name is Paulina Rozynska and I look after our East Asian (Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea), Australia, Turkey & CIS markets at King’s College London.
During this challenging time, we understand there are concerns about the impact Covid-19 will have for the new academic year and what this may mean for your students who hold an offer with King’s, as well as those looking to apply in the future years. With the UCAS deadline having passed, it’s important that you and your students are aware of the plans and measures that King’s is taking to ensure the safety and wellbeing of students from the start of the new academic year.
With the changes to how A levels, IB and equivalent qualifications are being awarded, we are working on an extensive range of measures to mitigate the impact on students and ensure that no-one is disadvantaged.
King’s is Open. We are ready to welcome students when the new academic year starts as scheduled in September. We are committed to providing students the high-quality learning and enriching university experience that they can expect from King’s, whether they can join us in London or not.
We put safety first. As we open our campuses, we will put in place appropriate and specific measures to protect the health and wellbeing of our community of students and staff, in line with UK Government guidance.
We’re preparing for flexible teaching. We know that regular interaction and discussion with our expert teaching staff, with individual support for each student, is what matters most to our students and this will continue to be at the heart of our educational provision however teaching is delivered. Online teaching will take place where we cannot be certain to ensure safe distancing, including teaching in larger groups such as lectures, at least for the first semester. As this is an evolving situation, we are in direct contact with students holding offers at King’s on a regular basis, so they are being updated when we have new information.
Guidance and support for offer holders and information for applicants can be found on our Coronavirus FAQs webpages.
There is several funding options still available and open to international students (with some country specific). Students can search and apply on the Scholarships page.
King’s Offer Holders
For students holding an offer with King’s, we have a suite of information available on the Offer Holder Hub. The hub has faculty and course-specific information and resources, offer holder events, social media groups to sign up to, student testimonials, virtual campus tours information on our residences, our students’ union KCLSU and lots more.
Students holding an offer for King’s will have been invited to access the hub, so please let your students know to keep an eye on their emails for information from email@example.com.
Online Events for Prospective Students
Although we are unable to travel, we would still like the opportunity to interact with your students. For students looking to join us in 2021, we will be running a series of information sessions which they can book online here.
Alternatively, if your school are running any online events you would like King’s to be part of, please email me on firstname.lastname@example.org.
King’s Community on Unibuddy
King’s is also on Unibuddy, so students can find a current King’s student, academic or staff member to ask their questions directly to. All they need to do is create an account by clicking on the ‘Sign up’ tab on our Unibuddy webpage, and then they can start interacting immediately.
Resources Hub for Schools – Sign up to the Hub here
As part of our commitment to providing information and resources that benefits prospective students, teachers and counsellors, membership to our digital Schools Liaison Hub offers you access to useful content and tools including:
- Videos on applying, competitive courses, personal statements, help on aptitude tests and interviews
- An interactive Personal Statement workshop for you to use in the classroom
- Videos on subject-specific courses, digital brochures and links to taster days.
King’s Service to Society
King’s is putting the community at the forefront with vital research, development and training taking place during the Covid-19 pandemic. From hosting a diagnostics centre to looking at the mental health effects of the pandemic, read about King’s response to the coronavirus.
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We are pleased to let you know that students can now register on our Virtual Open Day platform. Once they’ve created their account they can book their place on live subject talks, find out about the student experience and explore our campus, facilities and accommodation.
Our live talks begin on Monday 29 June and run until Friday 10 July, however all talks will be available to watch on-demand until the 31 July.
The events are aimed at students who are interested in starting an undergraduate course next year. Students due to study with us this year can still engage with the platform, however, please note that the content is aimed at students wanting to join us in 2021.
We look forward to meeting your students online.
University of Leeds
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Our undergraduate virtual event launches this Saturday! Full details of each of the regional sessions are listed below, please click the links to book your place:
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com. We’re here to help.
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Are you thinking about studying business at EU Business School’s Swiss campuses in Geneva and Montreux?
Here’s your chance to find out what life is really like! Join us for our online meet-and-greet, when you will have the chance to chat with current students as well as get answers to all your questions from the Head of Admissions and the Academic Dean. Plus, we will take you on a virtual tour of our two campuses in vibrant Geneva and beautiful Montreux!
Join us for a fun-filled, fact-packed, meet-and-greet and info session on Tuesday, June 30 at 3 p.m. CEST!
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What makes a startup successful? Find out from Zev Siegl, co-founder of Starbucks and startup mentor, in our next Learning From Leaders conference with Peter Vanham, author of “Before I Was CEO”. Our exclusive conference will begin at 6.30 p.m. CEST.
Instructions for joining the conference:
Please download the Zoom app if you don’t have it already.
The conference will go live at 6.30 p.m.
At 6.30 p.m., click on this Zoom meeting link: https://euruni.zoom.us/j/95491357035?pwd=MTVINmltekx6Q3dkQytwbWJ2QkdLdz09 (Note: This link will not work until 6.30 p.m. on June 25.)
You will see a prompt to launch the Zoom app. Launch Zoom.
Type in the meeting password: 320367
You will automatically join the conference.
We look forward to seeing you there!
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As you may have seen, Universities Minister Michelle Donelan announced yesterday that, from academic year 2021/22, new students from the European Union, other EEA countries and Switzerland will no longer be eligible for ‘home’ fee status or financial support from Student Finance England. This does not affect current EU students or those that will join us in September 2020, who will continue to be eligible for home fee status for the duration of their programme.
I am so sorry that these changes will create additional barriers for EU, EEA and Swiss students who wish to join us here at UCL and also for you as you support your students into Higher Education. European students are and always have been an incredibly important part of our community and we hope to welcome many more in the future.
UCL Virtual Open Week – 20-25th July 2020
If students have not been able to book onto their subject sessions of choice during our first Virtual Open Week next week (some of them are fully booked), we have another one coming up in July, so they will not miss out. This will also include a separate session for parents and carers on the Saturday. Students can pre-register for more information here:
Any last-minute bookings for next week can be made via the same page.
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Online Summer School is a two-week, 15 hours’ classes, English-taught program which serves as an introduction to business studies while participating in enriching top-CEO’s unique conferences.
The program takes place in July and is specifically designed for high school students aged 15 to 18 who are interested in and considering studying business for their bachelor’s degree.
- Business Sustainability
- Doing Business in a Globalized World
- Sunday to Thursday
- 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. CEST
- 2 extra 1h conferences
Why Attend Online Summer School?
Make lifelong friends with students from across the world and learn more about international cultures and ways of thinking from your peers.
Get a taste and introduction to the core subjects of a business bachelor’s degree.
Learn from Leaders attending 2 top-CEO’s unique conferences.
- 500€ all inclusive
- Students who join the Online Summer School and apply, pass the admission process and enrol to an Undergraduate program at any of the EU Business School campus in Fall 2020 will get the refund of the Online Summer school Tuition
- Limited spots available. Applications must be received before July 6