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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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[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.

Bocconi – Open Day – Virtual Event, 22 May. Register now!

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Bocconi
Welcome to the Open Day
OPEN DAY – VIRTUAL EVENT:
JOIN US ON 22 MAY 2021
Don’t miss our Open Day – Virtual Event on 22 May. It will be a unique opportunity

for you to find out more about Bocconi University, discover our BSc programs and to talk to senior students and faculty.

If you haven’t registered yet, you’re still in time.

Register now
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WHAT SHOULD

YOU EXPECT FROM

THE EVENT?

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• BSc program presentations, chat with our Faculty and current students;
• Gather information about the admissions process, fees, scholarships and housing;
• Take a virtual campus tour

Read the program

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HOW CAN

YOU JOIN?

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International students and parents/guests need to register by filling out the registration form.

Join us on the event day from the comfort of your own home or wherever you may be!

Register now
FOCUS ON:
THE BOCCONI TEST
You can join a test simulation during the

Open Day. Indicate your interest on the registration form:

a few days before the event, you will get an ID

and password to access the simulation during

a specific timeslot.

Northeast Public Universities Admissions Panel | May 25

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Northeast Public Universities

 

Northeast Public Universities At a Glance

Tuesday, May 25
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM EDT

Register:

https://connect.binghamton.edu/register/?id=b2813ede-035f-4453-9070-9764c0fa4bb8

Join us for a special virtual event, Northeast Public Universities Admissions Panel, with Binghamton University, University of Delaware, Stony Brook University, University of Maryland, University of Pittsburgh, Penn State, University of Connecticut, and Rutgers.

Learn about each university’s academic programs, student life and the application process. You’ll be able to provide questions to be answered in advance of the event and hear them answered live.

 

Sincerely,

Binghamton University
Penn State
Rutgers University
Stony Brook University
University of Connecticut
University of Delaware
University of Maryland
University of Pittsburgh

Study in Australia Virtual Fair | May 22

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Join us at the Study Australia Virtual Fair 2021

May 22, 2021

12pm – 4pm

Japanese, Korean, Mongolian and Hong Kong students: chat live with Australian institutions and have all your questions answered

REGISTER FREE

WHY AUSTRALIA?

82 Institutions available to chat with you

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Introduction to Financial Aid for International Students – University of Pennsylvania

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We invite you to share the below upcoming event with your students and their families. This unique session will provide a great opportunity for international students to learn more about financial aid at Penn. Please feel free to join us and help spread the word!

Sincerely,
Penn Admissions

Introduction to Financial Aid for International Students
Thursday, May 6
10:00 AM Eastern Time

This session will introduce international students, their families and counselors to our policies and procedures for financial aid. We will review common terminology, explain the financial aid application process, and help separate fact from fiction so you can approach this process with greater confidence.  Learn about financial aid opportunities for international students of all financial backgrounds.
There will be time for Q&A.

University of Reading Newsletter April

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Online Course for Medicine

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The Post Mortem Course - 1st May 2021

This coming Saturday, the 1st May, from 12pm-4pm BST there’s a unique course for all students with an interest in medical careers.

The Post Mortem is an interactive recreated Post-Mortem course where students join our anatomist as we try to establish the cause of death of an individual using a semi-synthetic cadaver.

We’ll explain all the medical techniques and tests used to establish cause of death and then students join our live session at 2pm BST where we will cover everything they have just seen in more detail and ask any questions students may have about anatomy or applying to medical school.

The whole day is designed to provide some great online work experience that all students can use in their applications and interviews to healthcare careers and is suitable to all students from 14-19 with an interest in biology or medical careers.

To take part, students just need to visit here and we also have bursary places available too.

Students will receive a personalised certificate for this unique interactive course and it’s also available to watch anytime afterwards for 30 days, whenever suits them best should they not be able to make it on the day.

Medical work experience online