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HKU Open House activities

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Starting from the end of January, HKU will be organizing a series of open house activities to let Secondary 3-6 students have a taste of different programmes. It is a great opportunity for students to get in touch with our teaching teams. Detailed information could be found here. We would greatly appreciate it if you could disseminate the information to your students.

Some of the highlighted activities include:

Date Activity
29 January Faculty of Dentistry – Guided tour and Admissions Talk Register Here
31 January Faculty of Business and Economics – Business Exploration Day Register Here
31 January Faculty of Education – Pathway to Education Register Here
1 February Faculty of Architecture – Bachelor of Arts in Landscape Studies Register Here
8 February Faculty of Architecture – Bachelor of Science in Surveying Register Here
15 February Faculty of Science – Pathway to Science Register Here
22 February Faculty of Social Sciences Register Here
17 April Faculty of Arts – Pathways in the Faculty of Arts Register Here

Please be reminded that seats are reserved on first-come-first-served basis. Kindly let me know if you have any questions.

British Council: Study UK Fair 2020

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Date: 18-19 JANUARY 2020

Time: 12.00 – 5.30 P.M.

Venue: Hall 1C, HKCEC, Wan Chai

Free admission

Registration: http://bit.ly/35v7W24

Seminar programme session and topics: http://bit.ly/2sZGts5

Institutions search: http://bit.ly/2N474Lt

Featuring nearly 90 UK independent schools, further education colleges and universities, the British Council’s Study UK Fair is the major event you can’t afford to miss if you or your children are aspiring to study in the UK. School representatives will be there to answer all your queries about course choices. With free workshops and seminars on local culture and lifestyle, UCAS application procedures, IELTS preparation tips and more, this fair is the first step in planning your UK education!

Visit http://bit.ly/35v7W24 for a list of participating institutions and seminar programme.

ESF University Fair 2020

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Date: 20 Jan 2020 Monday

Venue: King George V School

Time: 13:30 – 17:00

The event aims at providing our students with information on higher education destinations. Each year, over 160 institutions from over the world send representatives to the Fair. It is a great opportunity for students to gain knowledge on universities or countries they are interested in, and to explore institutions they are not familiar with. It also allows universities to get to know ESF schools and our students.

Full Details: HERE

List of Participating Institutions: HERE

Fair Rundown: HERE

Sample Questions to ask Universities: HERE

All Year 12 students will be attending to the ESF fair. We will be leaving Discovery College 12:35 and our fair session is 13:30 – 15:00.

All year 12 parents have received an e-notice and please kindly logon the Gateway to give permission for your child to attend.

Webinar: Study Medicine or Dentistry (in English) in Europe

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Study Medicine (in English) in Europe

For the third year running, five world-ranked medical faculties from the Czech Republic are running their entrance exams in Asia (Hong Kong). This enables students from across Asia, South Asia and the Middle East to apply to multiple medical faculties and sit entrance exams and interviews without the need to travel all the way to Europe on multiple occasions.

This webinar will discuss the universities in-depth and the procedures for gaining admission to these popular programmes. The webinar is open to students, parents and college counsellors.

Thursday 16th January at 9am GMT

Hong Kong – 5pm

Some of the topics to be discussed include:

  • Charles University, Masaryk University and Palacky University
  • The curricula
  • Admission requirements
  • Application procedures
  • Tuition and living expenses
  • Entrance exams being held in Asia
  • Tuition and living expenses
  • Career opportunities

Book your place on this webinar: HERE

Vanderbilt Info Session at Chinese International School | December 11

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will host a special event in Tokyo featuring a mock classroom lecture with Brett Benson, associate professor of political science and Asian studies. Following the lecture, Associate Professor Benson will provide a brief overview about academic and student life at Vanderbilt. We hope that your students can join us at this event.

Hong Kong
Wednesday, December 11
Chinese International School
6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Lecture and Public Information Session
Register for this event.

This event provides a great opportunity for your students to interact with a Vanderbilt faculty member, and to get a glimpse of college life in the United States

IBCP Sample Lessons with Partner Schools

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Dear Y11 students (copied to Y11 parents)

As you are already aware, Y11 students have a choice between several options for Y12 & 13. One of these options is to study the Career-related Programme (CP) to combine an academic aspect (2 to 4 Diploma subjects) and a more vocational aspect (via one of our partner-providers).

DC is offering 4 options for our current Y11 cohort. Interested students are invited to attend a sample lesson with one (or several) of our partner schools.


Institution


Course


Campus Location


Date of sample lesson


BSD Education (BSD)


Digital Skills


Sheung Wan


Tuesday 22 October 2019


International Culinary Institute (ICI) and Hotel and Tourism Institute (HTI)


Culinary Arts and Hospitality


Pok Fu Lam


Thursday 24 October 2019


Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD)


Art and Design


Sham Shui Po


Friday 25 October 2019


The HK Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA)


Musical Theatre


Pok Fu Lam


Friday 25 October 2019


All sample lessons will be from 2 to 4pm. Students will leave school after block 4 and will miss Block 5 & 6. Students will have to use public transport to make their way to the venue. A teacher will accompany them. If you are considering to study the CP, register for one of these sample lessons. It is a great opportunity to understand better what these partner-providers are likely to bring to your last two years of high school.

To register, students should simply fill out the FORM HERE and I’ll give you a parent consent form that will need to be signed before the visit. Find the factsheet about the CP HERE. Do not hesitate to contact me at neupre1@dc.edu.hk if you need additional information.

Best regards

Emma Neuprez

CP Coordinator

Hong Kong Library Education and Career Forum 2019

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Hong Kong Library Education and Career Forum, co-organised by the Hong Kong Library Association (HKLA) and the Hong Kong Public Libraries (HKPL), will be held on 20th July 2019 (Saturday) 2:30 – 5:00 pm at the Lecture Theatre of the Hong Kong Central Library. 
  
The aim of this Forum is to introduce library education and training opportunities available in Hong Kong to those who are interested in pursuing a career in Hong Kong’s library and information sectors. It also provides a chance for them to engage with speakers from different backgrounds regarding the nature of working in Hong Kong’s various types of libraries and information agencies. 
  
The first part of the Forum includes the presentations by local education institutions where they will introduce their programmes of library and information studies. The second part of the Forum are the presentations by representatives from various sectors to introduce the structures and career prospects of their respective institutions. 
  
For details of the Forum, please refer to the HKLA website https://hkla.org/zh/study-programme/eduforum2019/  


For enquiries, please contact the HKLA Education and Training Officer, Ms. Helen Chan (phone: 2346 1033 / email: helenc98_1998@yahoo.com
  
  
 


香港圖書館教育及職業講座
Hong Kong Library Education & Career Forum

Date:20 July 2019  (Saturday)
Time:2:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Venue:Lecture Theatre, G/F, Hong Kong Central Library
Organizers:Hong Kong Library Association and Hong Kong Public Libraries

Clearing Fair at KGV

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The University of Sydney Hong Kong Open Day 2019 | May 12

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Date: May 12

Venue: Level 8, Cordis Hotel, Mong Kok

Time: 13:00 – 16:00

Registration link: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/the-university-of-sydney-hong-kong-open-day-2019-tickets-57647781065?aff=inthks

The University of Sydney is coming to Hong Kong! You are invited to attend our open day to learn more about this world-class institution.

Join us on Sunday 12 May and start a conversation about your study and career aspirations with the team from the university. Find out why we’re ranked 1st in Australia and 5th in the world for graduate employability, and discuss your degree options with our academics, faculty staff, recruitment team and alumni on the day.

Alongside one-on-one consultations with faculty and admissions staff, there will be a series of engaging seminars. Program highlights include:

  • a multidisciplinary academic talk
  • an insightful student experience panel discussion with our alumni. Hear their personal experience of studying on campus and living in Sydney.

Detailed information about application and admission requirements, the University of Sydney Foundation Program, student support services, accommodation, internships and career opportunities will also be available.

Please have the QR code on your phone or a printed version of the ticket, as it will be scanned prior to entry. Only students need to register; your guests do not need a ticket. You are welcome to bring family and friends.

We look forward to meeting you in Hong Kong!

McGill University Information Session for Newly-Admitted Students in HKG | June 8

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Please be advised that McGill University will be hosting a special information session for our newly-admitted students from Hong Kong this early June.We would appreciate it if you’d please share the following details to students of yours who have received admission offers from McGill this year.
Why you should attend this session:

  • You will receive guidance on everything about your new life at McGill, from visa application to course registration and city life in Montreal, etc.
  • You will meet other new McGill students from Hong Kong, who would be your source of peers support in Montreal
  • You will meet Hong Kong-based McGill graduates, who will share with you their insights about your programs and career options
  • You will meet the staff of McGill University Asia Office, who can provide you further career and academic guidance years from now

Event Details
Date: Saturday, June 8th, 2019Time: 12:30 pm – 2:30 pmVenue: TBC 
RSVPkaren.yu3@mail.mcgill.ca (Please specify the number of seats you need.)
Note:

  • The event is casual.  There is no dress code.
  • Light refreshments will be provided at this event.
  • This event is for newly-admitted students and their parents only.  Those who seek admission information about McGill shall contact karen.yu3@mail.mcgill.ca.
  • Our space is limited and seats are offered on a first-come-first-serve basis.
  • No more than 3 seats would be allocated for each newly-admitted student, including that student.
  • This is a free-of-charge official McGill event, hosted by McGill University Asia Office.