University Visits

University representatives visit our school regularly throughout the academic year to share with our students about their universities and admission requirements.

Below is the schedule of university visits for academic year (2017/2018). The schedule will be updated regularly (upon confirmation with university representatives). Students and parents are welcomed to sign up for the sessions that they are keen to attend. For logistical purpose, please sign up at least two days before the session.

Whenever possible (with permission from the universities), we will share their presentation slides on this website.

 

A. University Talks at SISHK

Please register for these talks via this link. 

Date / Time / Venue University / Lecture / Seminar Venue Topic(s)
2 Nov
(Thu)
12:45-13:30
(lunchtime)
University of Hong Kong - Faculty of Science
(HK)

* Information and Q&A session on the Bachelor of Science (BSc) Programme by academic Dr. Rachel Liu, HKU Lecturer.

Students applying for BSc or science-related courses should attend the session.
4/F Library Discussion Room Admissions; Application; Science courses; Pursuing higher education in Hong Kong
3 Nov
(Fri)
12:45-13:30
(lunchtime)
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
(HK)

* Sharing and Q&A session on application process and admissions to HKUST, HKUST Programmes and campus life by the Undergraduate Admissions Team, Head Student Ambassador, and an alumni from SISHK currently studying at HKUST.

Students applying to HKUST should attend this session.

4/F Library Discussion Room
Admissions; Application; Pursuing higher education in Hong Kong
6 Nov
(Mon)
10:00-10:30
(recess)
Queen Mary University of London – General Admissions and School of Business and Management
(UK)

* Introduction presentation and Q&A session on studying at Queen Mary and Business programmes, in particular, Business with Law by Dr Stefan Krummaker, Associate Dean of School of Business and Management, and Ms Patty Ying Wang, Regional Manager.

Students who wish to pursue higher education in the UK, or are interested in pursuing business with law are strongly encouraged to attend this session.
4/F Library Discussion Room Admissions; Business with Law
6 Nov
(Mon)
12:45-13:30
(lunchtime)
University of New South Wales Sydney
(Australia)

* Short presentation and Q&A session on application to UNSW Sydney by Ms Jen Zee, Regional Manager, Admissions Team.

Students who wish to pursue higher education in Australia are strongly encouraged to attend the session.
4/F Library Discussion Room Admissions; Applications; Pursuing higher education in Australia
7 Nov
(Tue)
10:00-10:30
(recess)
IE University
(Shanghai Office)

* Information session on admissions to IE University by Mr Sichao Yu, Associate Director of the IE China Office, Asia Pacific Region.

Students who are interested to learn more about IEU are strongly encouraged to attend this session. Please refer to the IEU brochure attached for more information.
4/F Library Discussion Room Admissions; Pursuing higher education in Europe / Europe-based higher education in China
10 Nov
(Fri)
12:45-13:30
(lunchtime)
University of Hong Kong
(HK)

* Info session on overview of HKU programmes and application procedures by Ms. Bonnie Mak, HKU undergraduate admissions office, and info session by Dr. Mattias Buehlmaier from Faculty of Business and Economics.

Students who are interested to learn more about IEU are strongly encouraged to attend this session.
4/F Library Discussion Room Admissions; Pursuing higher education in Hong Kong
14 Nov
(Tue)
15:00-16:00
(after school)
University of Hong Kong – Faculty of Science
(HK)

* Talk on You are what you eat – Food Chemistry for Everyone by Dr. Karen Mak, HKU Lecturer.

Organised by the Science Department as part of STEM Week programme.

6/F Seminar Room Food Science
16 Nov
(Thu)
15:00-16:00
(after school)


University of Hong Kong – Mathematics
(HK)

*Talk on Calculus: Why should we care? by Dr Alex Shum, HKU Lecturer.

Organised by the Maths Department as part of STEM Week programme.
6/F Seminar Room Mathematics
17 Nov
(Fri)
12:45-13:30
(lunchtime)

University of Toronto
(Canada)

* Information and Q&A session on admissions to U of T by Ms Valentina Lopez, International Recruitment Officer.

Students who wish to pursue higher education in Canada are strongly encouraged to attend this session. Please refer to the U of T poster attached for more information.

4/F Library Discussion Room Applications; Admissions; Pursuing higher education in Canada
24 Nov
(Fri)
12:45-13:30
(lunchtime)
University of British Columbia
(Canada)

* Information and Q&A session on admissions to UBC by Ms Elaine Chan, Associate International Student Recruiter & Advisor, Asia & Europe.

Students who wish to pursue higher education in Canada are strongly encouraged to attend this session.
4/F Library Discussion Room Applications; Admissions; Pursuing higher education in Canada

 B. University Talks at External Venues

Date & Time University Venue Registration
2 Nov
(Thu)
18:30-20:00
Sydney College of the Arts Students’ and Parents' Information Evening

Parents and prospective students will have the opportunity to meet with two of their leading academics, Dr Jane Gavan and Dr Stefan Popescu. This event will provide you with a better understanding of the degrees offered at SCA, as well the application and admission processes.

There will also be an interactive portfolio workshop to help you prepare for admission to the courses, and a lecture about their undergraduate and postgraduate courses, including the Bachelor of Visual Arts and the Master of Moving Image, as well as many others.
TKP Conference Centre
Euro Trade Centre 23/F 21-23 Des Voeux Rd Central
Register via this link.
11 Nov
(Sat)
10:00
University of Toronto Hong Kong Scholarship Program

Information session on U of T and the Hong Kong Scholarship Program.
Admiralty Conference Centre, 1804, 18/F, Tower 1, Admiralty Centre, 18 Harcourt Road, Admiralty Please register via this link.

 

C. Information Days at Local Universities

Date & Time University For Further information

4 Nov (Sat)
09:00 – 18:00

University of Hong Kong http://www.infoday.hku.hk/

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