King’s Pre-University Summer School
For the second year running, Singapore International School (Hong Kong) will be hosting King’s College London, one of the UK’s top universities, for the King’s Pre-University Summer School in Hong Kong.
Teaching faculty from King’s College London will teach on the programme so that students may experience the British way of teaching and learning while they learn more about these university subjects.
Special information sessions will also be organised during lunch breaks, topics include applying for degree programmes such as medicine, law and others, and the UCAS application process. Staff from King’s College London will share on what students can look forward to when they study at their university.
2019 King’s Pre-University Summer School – 15 to 19 July 2019
For 2019, there are a total of nine courses offered and students can choose up to two courses to run consecutively. The courses available are
About King’s College London
King’s College London is ranked in the world’s top 25 universities* and is London’s most central university, with five campuses in the capital. King’s faculties, institutes and schools deliver world-leading research, enabling groundbreaking new discoveries. This research underpins all of King’s teaching and enables us to make the world a better place. *QS World University Rankings, 2017–8
About King’s Summer Programmes
King’s Summer Programmes is a cross-faculty unit responsible for developing a summer teaching portfolio that showcases King’s research-led teaching. In addition to capitalising on King’s academics to ensure a high quality of teaching across all programmes, we work with prominent global institutions to accelerate learning, and educate to inspire our summer students. The King’s Pre-University Summer School in London is the largest university taught programme for high school students of its kind in the UK. Last year it welcomed students from over 60 countries around the world. In 2018 we decided to partner with Singapore International School (Hong Kong) to bring this unique teaching experience to Hong Kong.