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RSVP: Coffee Corner – Getting Ready for Year 13 | Tuesday 8 Sep | 13:00-14:00

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HEO ZOOM Webinar

Topic: Getting Ready for Year 13

Date: Tuesday, September 8

Time: 13:00 – 14:00

Register in advance for this webinar:
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_K1KUchK7TSqxO0-x0GjS2Q

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

This session will be focused specifically on the HE process in Year 13: the timeline of submitting university applications and receiving offers, impending deadlines that need to be met, admission essays, admissions tests, early applications, interviews, tuition and living costs in different countries and applying for scholarships.

Year 13 parents are strongly encouraged to attend, and Year 12 parents are very welcome.

Year 12 Parents Webinar | April 1

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Email link: https://mailchi.mp/dc/heo-y12-parent-webinar-reminder-google-meets-link?e=[UNIQID]

Dear Year 12 Parents

 

Many thanks to those of you who have registered to join our HEO parent webinar on Wednesday 1 April 2020 at 8.30amPlease find the link to join the session HERE.

As parents can play an important role in a student’s HE journey, we thought it is the ideal time to touch base with you and explain what students should be doing at this critical stage of the university application process.  We will be covering various issues including but not limited to:

  • Importance of university research, narrowing choices and looking closely at possible majors and career fields
  • Deadlines and timelines
  • Admissions tests
  • Competitive applications with early deadlines (Oxbridge, Med/Dent/Vet, Law, Ivy Leagues, Engineering in Canada)
  • Limit of university applications
  • Gap Year students
  • How you can support your child through this process

The webinar will also offer you the platform to ask questions and/or raise any particular issues of concern.  We are also happy to inform you that Brian McCann, our VP and IB Co-ordinator, will also be joining us to answer any questions related to IB exams.

For those of you who have not yet registered but would still like to join us, you are welcome to do so by using the link above. 

We look forward to talking with you soon.

Kind regards

Susie Blomfield & Marisa Jackson
Higher Education Counsellors

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University of Birmingham (UK) – Physiotherapy Visiting DC | Jan 17

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Date: 17 Jan

Time: 13:30 – 14:20

Venue: 4F SSC

 University of Birmingham (UK) – Dr Alex Jepson from the Faculty of Physiotherapy giving an academic lecture on sports injuries – anyone interested in Physiotherapy or competitive sports needs to be here.

University of Bath (UK) visiting DC | Jan 16

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Academic Lecture: Antibiotic Resistance

Date: 16 Jan

Time: 13:30 – 14:20

Venue: 4F SSC

University of Bath (UK) – Professor Alex Jeffries giving an academic lecture about “Antibiotics resistance” – a fascinating lecture not only for Bio-Science enthusiast.

(Faculty of Biology and BioChemistry)

Northumbria University (UK) – Sports Programmes visiting DC | Jan 15

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Date: 15 Jan

Time: 13:30 – 14:20

Venue: 4F SSC

An overview of Northumbria University‘s performance sport programmes and related scholarships and high-level competition opportunities.

Anyone interested in Sports Science, Sports Management or Studies should definitely attend this!

“Top 15 for facilities in the UK”
Northumbria University has some of the best facilities in the country, expert staff who come from diverse professional backgrounds and courses that are accredited and endorsed by professional and national governing bodies. This ensures that we provide you with the opportunity to develop the attributes and experience you need to succeed in the profession of your choice when you graduate.

Explore the courses including:

 

DC Alumni Panel Jan 13

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Date: 13 Jan

Time: 13:30 – 14:20

Venue: 4F SSC

Interested in hearing about university life directly from our own DC students?

Great opportunity to hear from our students studying in US, UK, HK, European and Australian universities! They will talk to you about the exciting things they have done, the challenges they have faced and how university life is different from school.

Listen to what they have to say, ask questions and find out what it’s really like to study in university!

University of California Davis (UC Davis) visiting DC | 28 Oct

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Date: Monday 28th October 2019

Time: 1.30pm Lunchtime (Bring your food)

Venue: 4F SSC

Ms. San Lee from the University of California Davis (UC Davis) will be joining us to share about all the 9 University of California campuses and highlight what UC Davis is known for. Did you know you can study up to 1 year at any of the other UC campuses? Come and learn more about the University of California education system.

 

 

NYU Shanghai visiting DC | 21 May | 1.30pm

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Date: 21 May 2019

Time: 1.30-2.20pm

Venue: Room 4101 (Ms Maggie Lee’s Room)

Come to talk to the admissions and learn about the wonderful opportunities to study in China’s first Sino-US research university and the third degree-granting campus of the NYU Global Network.

Durham University – Faculty of Social Sciences and Health (UK) visiting DC | Mar 28

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Date: 28 March 2019

Time: 13:30 – 14:20

Venue: 4F Senior Student Centre

https://www.dur.ac.uk/socialsciences.health/

Taster Lecture: Talk around international trade starting with some underpinning theory. Discuss barriers to trade focused on the ‘Trump tariffs’ and conclude with the prospect of a no deal brexit and the implications of trade under WTO rules

Durham is one of the most popular universities for our DC students and alumni. Come and join this session to meet the Deputy Head of Faculty – Dr Ian Whitfield.

The Faculty is a diverse community of 4,700 undergraduates, 3,300 postgraduates and over 350 academic and research staff, who are based across 10 academic Departments and Schools, who are engaged in pioneering research and innovative learning. We are regularly ranked within the world’s top 50 for the quality and significance of our research, our students enjoy an un-paralleled learning experience and our graduates are some of the most sought after by employers.

Explore the departments & Schools for:

Anthropology, Sociology, Archaeology, Business School, Education, Geography, Government & International Affairs, Law, Sport and Exercise Sciences

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