Monthly Archives: May 2021

Webinar Invitation: Access to Excellence – Studying at Russell Group Universities: Warwick x Newcastle University

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We are very pleased to let you know that Warwick and Newcastle University are joining hands to deliver webinars for secondary school students from Hong Kong & Macau.

As your students are considering for university options, have they wondered what is it like to study at a Russell Group university? Discover what University of Warwick and Newcastle University offer to international students and how they are benefited at Uni and beyond.

It would be much appreciated if you could promote this unique opportunity to your students:

Date and time: Thursday 24th June 2021, 7pm-8:00pm HK time


Remark: The webinar will be delivered in English

Date and time: Tuesday 29th June 2021, 7pm-8:00pm HK time


Remark: The webinar will be delivered in Cantonese

If you have any questions before the session, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.


Innovation Competition Invitation from Iowa State University

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Iowa State University is organizing a series of innovation competitions for international students from the world. We would like to invite you and your school to join us for Innovation Fellows In Training: International Dash Series Summer 2021.

The International Dash Series includes a variety of workshops for international high school students to innovate alongside Iowa State faculty and students, and participate in Iowa State’s Innovation Fellows in Training Program.

As participants, students receive an innovation certificate, a t-shirt, and each workshop includes $4,500 in prizes (for a total of $27,000 in prizes).


Who Can Register:

High School Counselors, Administrators, or Teachers may register their school to participate in the upcoming series.  Participation is free. Schools may register for more than one workshop and must submit their registration details by June 4.

Some of the competitions are open to all students and some are open to students with interests in certain fields. Detailed information can be seen here

Youth Leadership in Global Health eCourse

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Virtual work experience for aspiring law students

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LSE Virtual Open Day!

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You and your students can now experience our Virtual Open Day wherever you are in the world!

Running from Tuesday 1 June to Friday 11 June 2021, the Virtual Open Dayincludes live online events delivered by our academic departments, LSE student support services and current LSE students.

By visiting these pages and attending our online events, you and your students will be able to:

  • Learn more about the study opportunities at LSE.
  • Watch videos and listen to talks from staff and students.
  • Explore London, the LSE campus, and university accommodation through interactive maps, videos and virtual tours.
  • Find out how to apply to LSE and what we look for in an application.
  • Discover LSE’s academic and student support services – Alumni, Careers, Disability & Wellbeing, Faith Centre, Financial Support, Language Centre and LSE LIFE.
  • Find out about student life at LSE and our Students’ Union.
  • Access information written specifically for parents and carers about LSE’s services to support students.
  • Speak directly to LSE staff through our live Q&A sessions, online events and Live Chat page.

Booking is essential.

We look forward to being able to welcome your students onto the LSE campus sometime in the near future.

Until then, we hope our Virtual Open Day gives them a flavour of what LSE has to offer.

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The University of Law – Jill Dando Criminal Investigation Day, 3 & 17 June

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Georgetown Pre-College Online Program

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Georgetown University is a strong believer the value of mentorship

Mentors are an essential part of Georgetown University’s new Pre-College Online Program.

At Georgetown, we believe high school students should be supported as they explore their interests. When they enroll in one of our new online, pre-college courses, each student is assigned a mentor who helps guide the learning experience. Mentors are Georgetown students and alumni who are well-versed in the subject area of the course.

Mentors also answer questions about majors and careers in the field. They help with brainstorming and assignments.

This commitment to providing support for students is at the heart of the Georgetown approach. We follow the Jesuit tradition of cura personalis—care for the whole person—and our goal with this new program is to provide a holistic experience. Students deserve the opportunity to develop their own talents and dreams, and this program will help them do that.

Please share this link with your students.

Current courses offered:

Law: How to Think Like an Attorney

High school students are given an inside look at the profession. They practice creating evidence-based arguments, analyzing information, and discerning fact from opinion. Topics covered offer a good background for potential college majors and career paths related to law.

Medical Research: Clinical Trials Resulting in Medical Discoveries

High school students learn the processes researchers use to formulate and conduct studies, as well as evaluate the evidence gathered. Topics covered offer a good background for potential college majors and career paths related to STEM, medical research, pharmacology, and biostatistics.


Two Key Advantages for Students
  • Flexible learning: Course lessons are delivered by renowned professors through dynamic videos, allowing students to study anytime that fits their schedule.
  • Certificate of Completion from Georgetown University: High school students earn this recognition when they finish the course successfully.

Please share this email with your students today.


[HKU] ‘A New Animal Welfare Law for Hong Kong’ Talk Invitation

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Dear Student,

In 2010, Associate  Professor Amanda Whitfort of the Law Faculty and Dr Fiona Woodhouse of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA HK) published the HKU-SPCA Review of Animal Welfare Legislation in Hong Kong, recommending a new Animal Welfare Law with a duty of care in replacement of the existing Cap 169, the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Ordinance.

In response to the report, the government amended Cap 139B to introduce a duty of care for dogs in commercial breeding. Nevertheless, Whitfort’s research continues to indicate that only with the full replacement of Cap 169 with a new Animal Welfare Law will Hong Kong be in a position to adequately address the instances of cruelty and poisonings which have continued over the last decade.

The Hong Kong government is now acting on Whitfort’s research again and is in the process of amending Cap 169. Whitfort will present the implications of a new duty of care for Hong Kong’s animals, and, together with former HKU student Aaron Tong, explore why welfare standards form the baseline for effective animal protection in any jurisdiction where animal cruelty is taken seriously.

Join our talk in May to ponder over the importance of a new animal welfare law for Hong Kong.


Date: May 14, 2021 (Friday) 

Time: 1630-1730

Language: English

Speakers: Amanda Whitfort and Aaron Tong

Register Now


Warmest Regards,

Academy for the Talented

The University of Hong Kong


Hear from Bates, Davidson, Oberlin, and Occidental Colleges!

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Meet admission directors from four top liberal arts colleges.
As the 2020-2021 application cycle comes to a close, we invite you to join admissions representatives from BatesDavidsonOberlin, and Occidental to learn more about academic opportunities, financial aid, and the student experience at these top liberal arts colleges.

Panelists will also discuss how our admissions processes are adapting in the era of COVID-19, including what the new application landscape looks like, test-optional policies, and how students can connect with colleges virtually.

Sessions will be offered on the following dates:

  • Thursday, May 13, 2 pm EDT
  • Tuesday, May 25, 2 pm EDT
Event Registration
In addition, we are offering student sessions on Wednesday, May 12 and Thursday, May 20 at 8 pm EDT. Please feel free to share with any of your students who may be interested! Student registration is available online.

Engineering Experience – Loughborough University

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Engineering Experience

28th June to the 4th July 2021

A free, virtual event for students interested in studying Engineering at university, aimed at those finishing their GCSEs (or equivalent) or above.

This will include a series of live sessions led by engineering professional, academics and researchers and alumni looking at why engineering matters and their own career paths, alongside a wealth of materials about engineering degrees and conversations with current engineering students.


Engineering Experience

In 2021 the Engineering Experience will be a week long virtual event running from the 28th June to the 4th July 2021.

Who is the virtual event for

The event is for students who want to find out more about studying engineering at university, it is aimed in particular at the following groups

  • Year 12 and BTEC Year 1 students
  • Year 11 students

The event will include

  • A series of live sessions delivered by academics, researchers, engineers and alumni exploring why engineering is important and helping you to look at which branch of engineering might suit your interests.
  • Content to help you explore the degree programmes on offer at one of the UK’s largest engineering universities.
  • Live webchats with current students so you can ask questions about studying and living at Loughborough University.
  • An optional project to help participants develop academic skills.

How will the event work?

  • Most of the live sessions will be in the evenings (28th June – 2nd July) or on the Saturday morning (3rd).
  • The programme of live sessions will be circulated to all registered participants before the event (to register please follow the link below).
  • Participants will sign up for the specific sessions they are interested in.
  • Live sessions will be delivered on MS Teams, a link will be sent to the email address you registered with.
  • Each live session has a maximum capacity of 300 participants but the sessions will be recorded and made available to all participants so if you miss a session or the session is oversubscribed you can catch it later.

How will the optional project work?

  • A live introductory session for the project is planned for the Monday evening.
  • Additional live sessions will take place throughout the week aimed at supporting participants to further develop their academic writing and presentation skills.
  • The project will invite students to develop either an academic report or a research poster around a specified theme.
  • Participants will have a month to complete their project and submit it by email for review by the panel.
  • Feedback will be given for each submitted project.
  • A prize will be awarded for both the best report and best poster.

How do I register for the event?

You can express interest in the event by completing the form through the link below.

If you have any questions please email Lisa on