Monthly Archives: October 2020

University of Bath: Academic Lecture for International Students | Nov 9 -13 | 19:00 HKT

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We are running an academic lecture series from Monday 9th until Friday 13th November for prospective undergraduates who are interested in studying at Bath. Students will have the opportunity to find out more about our courses with a range of lectures and taster sessions delivered by some of our excellent academics, as well as an introductory talk about the University of Bath.


Each session will be held at 11 am (GMT) and will last for 1 hour, with the opportunity to ask questions students may have about that particular topic or the course. The link to book onto any of the sessions is here. Talks will be recorded so if you are unable to attend let us know and we will ensure we send you a copy. Please share the information with any prospective students, parents, and of course, if you or your colleagues would like to take part yourselves, you are of course, very welcome to attend. The more the merrier!


The available sessions are:


Mon 9 Nov: Why Bath? An introduction to the University

  • In this session, we’ll be introducing you to the University of Bath, looking at our campus, facilities and support. This will be a great chance to find out more about the University and ask any questions you may have to staff and students.


Tue 10 Nov: Development of anti-viral drugs (Pharmacy)

  • In this lecture, Dr Andrew Thompson will give a brief overview of viruses and  on antiviral treatment of the groups of viral infection. This will include DNA viruses and treatment (focusing on herpes simplex), RNA viruses and treatment (focusing on Influenza), retroviruses and treatment including combination therapy (focusing on HIV).


Wed 11 Nov: An introduction to political violence and critical thinking (Politics & International Relations)

  • Professor Brad Evans is a political philosopher, critical theorist and writer, whose work specialises on the problem of violence.  During this session he will give an introduction to his area of expertise, political violence. The session is designed to give you insight into the research being undertaken in our Department of Politics, Languages and International Studies, and perhaps spark an interest in our BSc Politics and International Relations course.


Thurs 12 Nov: Urgent solutions for urgent times: the role of a chemical engineer (Chemical Engineering)

  • The United Nations has outlined a set of goals for humanity’s better and more sustainable future. In this lecture, Dr Bernardo Castro Dominguez will describe the features that make Chemical Engineers essential to reach these goals.


Fri 13 Nov: What is fluid mechanics & how do engineers use it? (Mechanical Engineering)

  • In this lecture, Dr Anna Young will be discussing the topic of fluid mechanics and thinking about what questions fluid mechanics can answer. Focusing on areas such as pressure and buoyancy, streamlines and lift, this is an ideal introductory lecture for anyone interested in Mechanical Engineering.


Sessions will be delivered on Teams Live, and you will be sent a link to join prior to the session starting. We hope to see you there.

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European Universities Consortium East & South East Asia event | Nov 9 -12

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We are planning a virtual European Universities Consortium East & South East Asia event that will take place from 9th – 12th of November 2020.  


The participating universities are: 

  • Interactive digital platform   
  • 1-to-1 virtual meetings during the event and also after the event has ended  
  • Live Chat box feature  
  • Interactive presentation about study opportunities in Europe   
  • Multiple time slots available for listening into the presentation live as well as recording available at all times  
  • Virtual university booths with downloadable brochures, flyers, videos, application information  
The virtual platform will be accessible from the 9th until  12th November 2020. You can either join between 10:00 AM and 2:30 PM (Central European Time) at your convenience or reserve a timeslot through our registration link below. Here you can find a quick explanation video for our virtual fair platform which you can share it with your students and their parents.  
Registration for our virtual tour can be done either by sharing this link or by scanning the QR Code in the poster below.
Furthermore, feel free to share the marketing material below to introduce and promote the event to your students, if you wish:   

We would be happy to welcome you at our first virtual EUC East & South East Asia!

Warwick Taster : English and Creative Writing | Nov 4 | HKT 17:30

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Our academics is unable to travel to Hong Kong and deliver a workshop to your students in person. So we bring this to a digital event and we would like to invite your students to join us for an exclusive webinar – Warwick Taster : English and Creative Writing.

Energy and Delight

In this informal and fun workshop, Professor David Morley takes you through some techniques for getting started as a creative writer and introduces you to the world-renowned undergraduate course in English and Creative Writing at the University of Warwick.

David Morley is Professor of Writing at Warwick and author of the bestselling Cambridge Introduction to Creative Writing. His poetry has won major awards and he is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.

Please ensure that you book your place below, we will send you the link to access the event in the confirmation of your booking.

Event details

Date: Wednesday 4 November 2020

Time: 17:30 – 19:00 Hong Kong / Malaysia / Singapore Time (09:30 – 11:00 GMT)

The Warwick English and Creative Writing Programme

  • Ranked 1st in Creative Writing in the UK (The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021)
  • We have an international profile as a literary incubator, first through the successes of our staff and alumni, and more recently with the new Warwick Prize for Women in Translation, our involvement with the Sunday Times Young Writer Award and the Hippocrates Initiative for Poetry and Medicine. 
  • You will be taught by practising and award-winning writers, bridging the gap between academic and creative approaches to literature.
  • You will undertake real-world writing tasks and will regularly meet, engage with and learn from industry professionals, including publishers, editors, literary agents, poets and authors.
  • Writers and publishers visit and work with you in our Writers’ Room, the first purpose-built space for writers in a UK university. You will have the opportunity to spend your third year at one of our partner institutions in Europe, China or the USA.

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CUHK medicine talk | ESF Students only | Oct29

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If your students are applying to CUHK medicine, please see below for an opportunity to hear from the dept – please ask the students to register:

29 October 2020 (Thu)

Registration Link:

Zoom Link:

Zoom ID: 997 5163 4401

Zoom Password: 201029


Please note that the participants do not need to be authenticated for logging in to the Zoom session, thus the registration is only for our estimation on the number of attendees as well as record for keeping in touch with them. Anyhow, it would still be nice for us to know who the real participants are through the registration.


On the day, our rundown is as follows:

[4:15pm-4:30pm] Login to Zoom

[4:30pm-4:55pm] Admissions Talk by Prof. Albert Li, Assistant Dean (Student Affairs)

[4:55pm-5:05pm] Student Sharing

[5:05pm-5:15pm] Q&A

Faculty of Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

BridgeU Registration is now open for our UK university events |Nov 5 & 10

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Registration is now available for our UK university showcase events next month!

As part of our Autumn series, we will be inviting a number of high-ranking and prestigious universities to present what makes them unique, solely for BridgeU students, counselors and parents.

Here’s the full agenda:

Thursday 5 November, from 11:00 GMT

​​​​11:00: University of Liverpool
11:30: Queen Mary University of London
12:00 SOAS University of London
12:30 UWE Bristol
13:00: University of Nottingham
13:30: University of Plymouth
Register here >

 Tuesday 10 November, from 16:00 GMT

16:00: University of York
16:30: University of Exeter
17:00: University of Portsmouth
17:30: University of Essex
18:00: Brunel University
18:30 Coventry University
Register here >

Save the Date: SGU to Host Virtual Public Health Conference on November 6 and 7

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Save the Date: SGU to Host Virtual Public Health Conference

St. George’s University invites you to attend its premier Virtual Public Health Conference taking place on November 6 and 7. Under the theme, “Relevance, Creativity, and Innovation in Public Health Education and Practice,” the conference will bring together experts, educators, scholars, and students, to explore how we can best navigate through our current public health challenges. All are invited to participate in this free online event
Register Here

Doctor of Medicine (MD) Program January 2021 Open for Applications

Our Doctor of Medicine (MD) Degree is now open for applications for January 2021.

Entry points are available for students from any education system around the world—including a Four-year program for those entering with a traditional baccalaureate degree, and Five, Six, and Seven-year programs for those entering with high school results.

Students can commence the Four-year program in either the UK or Grenada, while Five-year and Six-year programs will start in Grenada. We have a range of scholarships, bursaries, and grants available to our international applicants.

With over 40 years’ experience in helping international students to launch their global careers in medicine and an extensive international network of 18,000 MD alumni, our Med School is a great option for students who want to become an International doctor.

If you have inspired students who are looking for med school options, contact the local SGU Regional Director or Manager in your area:
Victoria Kimotho (East & South Africa)
Regional Manager
Utibe-Abasi Etok (Nigeria & West Africa)
Regional Manager
China, Taiwan & Hong Kong
Kevin Liu
Regional Manager
Gwiyoon Jeong
Regional Manager
Middle East & North Africa
Sebastian Courage
Regional Director
Andrew Birchett
Regional Manager
India & South Asia
Bharat Gadhia
Regional Director, Commercial Engagements
Salil Gupta
Director of Transnational Education, South Asia
Priyanka Mishra
Regional Manager
(North & West India)
Charath Soundararajan
Regional Manager
(South & East India)
Thailand & Southeast Asia
Nalinee (Bee) Jiemvithayanukul
Regional Manager

New SGU Infectious Diseases Student Group Aims To Help Students Develop Skills To Address Specialty

Students in the School of Medicine recently launched the SGU Infectious Diseases Society, a new student organization that aims to create awareness of key issues and topics relating to global infectious diseases in both human and animal health. All SGU students are invited to join the group.
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How SGU Clinicals Shaped My Career

Originally from Kenya, Njambi Mathenge, MD ’15, shared how her clinical training experience at SGU prepared her for residency and now her cardiology fellowship with Massachusetts General Hospital, a program affiliated with Harvard Medical School.
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On The Blog: The Benefits Of Telehealth In The Zoom Era

Social distancing. Global pandemic. Mask up. Zoom. All words that came barreling into our daily discourse not that long ago. With the onset of COVID-19, how we approach healthcare has been drastically changed.
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SGU Grad Fosters Hope Through Curative Cancer Treatments

Treating and giving hope to the untreatable—they’re the reasons that Eric Tam, MD ’13, went into medicine in the first place, and what drives him to search for more positive results each day as an assistant professor of clinical medicine at the University of Southern California.
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Join us for MCPHS’ virtual Fall Open House + more!

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Exterior shot of MCPHS University on Longwood Avenue
 We invite your students to attend our upcoming virtual Fall Open House, where they can gain an understanding of the endless opportunities a MCPHS education—and healthcare career—has to offer.

October 27-29 from 6 pm to 7 pm EST

Of additional interest may be our virtual info sessions, live virtual tour (with a MCPHS student), and personalized 1:1 MCPHS counselor appointments. Students can sign up for these options by clicking on the button below.

DID YOU KNOW? LMA is a world of opportunities.

MCPHS is located in the renowned Longwood Medical and Academic Area (LMA), a global medical hub home to prestigious medical and research institutions. Our location unlocks access to internships and clinical rotations in the area not available elsewhere, in addition to our opportunities across the globe.

University of Exeter Undergraduate Global Excellence Scholarships 2021/22

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Undergraduate Global Excellence Scholarships 2021/22

We will be offering a range of full, £10,000 and £5,000 tuition fee scholarships for international fee-paying students starting in September 2021. These undergraduate Global Excellence Scholarships will be on offer across a number of programmes.

Global Excellence Scholarships recognise high academic achievement and assist students in accessing our exceptional teaching and learning, whilst taking advantage of all that university life offers to support their ambitions for the future.  Please find further information here.

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Lead a Life of Meaning – 7 Colleges for Innovative Students

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7 College Consortium
How do you prepare for a successful career and meaningful life in a time of rapid change?

Learn from colleges reimagining an undergraduate education with your future in mind. The Seven Colleges for Innovative Students will help you develop the skills and the agency to continuously shape your own life and the world in imaginative and meaningful ways.

Join admission leaders from the 7 Colleges for Innovative Students

Thursday, November 5 at 6:30 PM (EST)
Thursday, November 12 at 8:00 PM (EST)
We look forward to meeting you!


NYU: Is early decision right for me?

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Hi ,

NYU’s first application deadline, Early Decision I, is just around the corner (Sunday, November 1). If NYU is your top choice, we encourage you to apply early decision. You may have some lingering questions, and we hope the information below will help you make the best decision.

Why should I apply early decision? If you’re sure NYU is the school for you, submitting your application for early decision can help shorten the college search process and reduce admissions stress. It’s also a great way to let our admissions committee know that NYU is your first choice. For some additional insight, Michelle (CAS ’23) talks about why she applied early decision and what she wants other students to know on Meet NYU.

When is the early decision deadline? The deadline to apply Early Decision I to NYU is Sunday, November 1.

What if I’m not ready by November 1? We also offer two other decision plans if you need a bit more time to decide or to present your best case for admission. Our Early Decision II deadline is January 1, and our Regular Decision deadline is January 5, with notification dates of February 15 and April 1.

What about financial aid? Apply for financial aid—regardless of whether you are interested in need or merit-based aid—if you want to be considered for scholarships. And remember, if comparing financial aid packages is an important factor in your decision to enroll, applying Regular Decision may be better for you. Regular Decision gives you the ability to indicate that NYU is your top choice on your application while retaining the flexibility to compare your financial aid packages from other schools.

When you’re ready, click the link below to start your application.

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