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Seminars and Interview Sessions

20/9 Friday

3:30PM - 5:00PM

Shrewsbury School

Shrewsbury School

Type: Interview & Information Day (Boarding School)
Target: F.3 to F.7
Location: British United
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
- - - £13035 £13035 £13500

Shrewsbury School is a boarding school with over 460 years of history, situated in the West of England. Originally a boys’ school, Shrewsbury School first admitted girls in 2008 and has now become fully co-educational. It currently educates about 750 students, of which about 400 are sixth-formers (Year 12-13). Performance in public exams has been outstanding. In the past five years (2014-2018), A*-B rates of GCE A-levels were between 79% to 86%. A total of 40 graduates were admitted by University of Cambridge and University of Oxford from 2013 to 2015.

57% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
82% A*-B
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
65% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)
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20/9 Friday

4:00PM - 7:00PM

Caterham School

Caterham School

Type: Interview & Information Day (Boarding School)
Target: F.3 to F.7
Location: British United
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
- - - £12265 £12265 £12920

Caterham School is well known for its well mannered and disciplined students as well as its outstanding academic results. For years it has been one of the top options of students coming from top schools in Hong Kong. In 2018, Caterham School is ranked the 70th for performance in GCE A-levels examinations. With its advantageous, suburban location in South London, it is only 40 minutes away from Heathrow Airport. A*-B rates in GCE A-levels have been over 85% for 10 consecutive years since 2009, with four years at 90% or above. The majority of teachers live within the school campus and in neighbouring communities, making it possible to provide immediate assistance to any case of emergency.

58% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
85% A*-B. Average Grades: ABB
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
80% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)
70th
The Telegraph Independent School Ranking (2018)

Application & Exam Arrangement

Students who are interested in enrolling in the September 2020 intake must submit their applications before the closing dates in accordance to their year groups. Eligible applicants will be invited to an admission interview after passing the entrance exams.

  • Year 9 & Year 10: Applications close on 11/10 (Friday)
  • Year 12: Applications close on 1/11 (Friday)
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20/9 Friday

5:00PM - 5:30PM

Admissions Talk for School of Medicine, Dentistry & Biomedical Sciences (Queen’s University Belfast)

Admissions Talk for School of Medicine, Dentistry & Biomedical Sciences (Queen’s University Belfast)

Type: Admissions Talk (University)
Target: F.4 or above (Admissions Talk)
Location: British United

Details of the Admissions Talk

The Admissions Talk will be delivered two professors from the School of Medicine, Dentistry & Biomedical Sciences of Queen’s University Belfast (QUB):

  • Professor David Hussey
    Clinical Professor (Dentistry)
  • Professor Gerry McKenna
    Clinical Senior Lecturer (Dentistry)

In their presentation, the professors will provide an overview of the Medicine and Dentistry programmes in Queen’s University Belfast (QUB), covering areas such as entry requirements, interview arrangements, teaching facilities, etc. The Admissions Talk is suitable for students and parents, who have an interest in applying to Medicine and Dentistry in the UK.

University Profile: Queen’s University, Belfast

University Foundation
Progress onto Year 1 of Degree
International Year One
Progress onto Year 2 of Degree
Undergraduate Postgraduate

A member university of the Russell Group, Queen’s University Belfast (QUB) is the top university in the Northern Ireland, which is currently ranked the 180th globally and the 38th in the UK. Academic researches by the University were highly rated in the research assessment exercise (REF 2014). In terms of academic disciplines, it’s best known for Pharmacy, Accounting & Finance, Architecture, as well as its strong School of Engineering!

180th
in World
University Ranking
38th
in UK University
Ranking
4th
in Pharmacy,
Food Science
8th
in
Architecture
9th
in Accounting & Finance,
Archaeology & Forensic Science
12th
in Communication &
Media
WRIGHTBUS Manufacturer of the New Routemaster
The School of Engineering has a close tie with Wrightbus – the Northern Irish
manufacturer behind London’s New Routemaster and Hong Kong’s KMB!
18th
in Chemical Engineering,
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
26th
in Civil
Engineering
30th
in Mechanical
Engineering

Areas of Strength (Subject Ranking)

Dentistry (2), Town Planning & Landscape Architecture (3), Food Science (4), Pharmacology & Pharmacy (4), Celtic Studies (5), Social Work (5), Agriculture & Forestry (6), Architecture (8), French (8), Accounting & Finance (9), Archaeology & Forensic Science (9), Iberian Languages (9), Communication & Media Studies (12), Creative Writing (15), Criminology (15), Anthropology (16), Medicine (16), Chemical Engineering (18), Electrical & Electronic Engineering (18), Nursing (20), Social Policy (20), Law (21), Business Studies (22), Theology & Religious Studies (22), Aeronautical & Manufacturing (23), Anatomy & Physiology (23), Civil Engineering (26), Chemistry (27), Physics & Astronomy (27), Mathematics (28), Economics (29), Mechanical Engineering (30)

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20/9 Friday

5:30PM - 7:00PM

Newcastle University

Newcastle University

Type: Interview & Information Day (University)
Target: F.5 or Above
Location: British United
University Foundation
Progress onto Year 1 of Degree
International Year One
Progress onto Year 2 of Degree
Undergraduate Postgraduate
A Popular Choice of Medical School Applicants: Medicine (MBBS), Biomedical Sciences

Ranked the 141st globally (QS 2019), Newcastle University is among top 20 in 27 academic disciplines. It is one of the few universities that provide both University Foundation and International Year One in Architecture (ranked the 6th in the UK), making it a popular choice among aspiring architects. First established as a School of Medicine, the University had been part of Durham University before it became an university of its own. It has been named the “University of the Year” by the Times, for its highly recognized effort in delivering the best education.

141st
in World
University Ranking
21st
in UK University
Ranking
1st
in
Art & Design
6th
in Architecture (Offers University
Foundation & International Diploma)
7th
in Medicine (Students of School of Biomedical Sciences are eligible to
apply to transfer to Medicine or Dentistry after their first year of study)
10th
in Communication &
Media, English
12th
in
Psychology
13th
in Accounting &
Finance, Geography
14th
in Archaeology & Forensic Science,
Town Planning & Landscape Architecture

Subjects of Strength (Subject Ranking)

Art & Design (1), Agriculture & Forestry (3), Anatomy & Physiology (3), Creative Writing (3), French (3), Iberian Languages (3), Philosophy (3), Dentistry (4), Architecture (6), German (6), Linguistics (6), Aeronautical & Manufacturing (7), Medicine (7), Food Science (8), Geology (8), Communication & Media Studies (10), English (10), Classics & Ancient History (11), Electrical & Electronic Engineering (11), Psychology (12), Accounting & Finance (13), Geography & Environmental Sciences (13), Archaeology & Forensic Science (14), Town & Country Planning & Landscape Architecture (14), Chemical Engineering (15), Medical Related (16), Politics (20), Music (22), Pharmacology & Pharmacy (22), Computer Science (24), Mechanical Engineering (24), Sociology (24), Civil Engineering (25), Economics (27), History (29), Law (29), Business Studies (31), Mathematics (35)

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20/9 Friday

5:30PM - 7:00PM

Biomedical Sciences Seminar (Newcastle University)

Biomedical Sciences Seminar (Newcastle University)

Type: Seminar
Target: F.4 or above (Seminar)
Location: British United

In the Seminar, Dr Geoffrey Bosson (Director of International Undergraduate Studies from School of Biomedical Sciences) will introduce the Biomedical Sciences programmes in Newcastle University, covering areas such as course structure & content, entry requirement, graduate prospects and more! Dr Bosson will also briefly explain the application procedures of medical schools. The Seminar is suitable for students interested in applying to medical schools and other biological sciences degrees in the UK.

  • What’s Biomedical Sciences? What are the differences between Biomedical Sciences, Biology, Biochemistry and Physiology? What common teaching modules and theories do they share? How different academic focuses will influence student’s careers and further studies?
  • Why do medical school applicants usually make Biomedical Sciences their 5th choice in UCAS? In UCAS, students are allowed to apply to five degrees. In view of the extremely high entry requirements of medical schools, applicants can only apply to four medical schools, leaving the 5th choice as a fallback in case their medical school applications aren’t successful. Why is Biomedical Sciences a good option for the 5th choice? What are the common modules between two disciplines?
  • Transferring to Medicine and Dentistry: Students of School of Biomedical Sciences in Newcastle University can apply to transfer to Medicine or Dentistry after their first year of study. What procedures do they need to go through? Does the University have a quota for transfers? How difficult is it to transfer?
  • Careers in Biomedical Sciences: What career choices are there for graduates of Biomedical Sciences? Which industries do they usually work in?

Related Programmes Extract

  • BSc/MBiol (Hons) Biology
  • BSc/MBiol (Hons) Biology (Cellular & Molecular Biology)
  • BSc/MBiol (Hons) Biology (Ecology & Conservation)
  • BSc/MSc (Hons) Biochemistry
  • BSc/MSc (Hons) Biomedical Genetics
  • BSc/MSc (Hons) Biomedical Sciences
  • BSc (Hons) Medical Science (Deferred Choice)
  • MBBS Medicine
  • BSc (Hons) Physiological Sciences

University Profile: Newcastle University

University Foundation
Progress onto Year 1 of Degree
International Year One
Progress onto Year 2 of Degree
Undergraduate Postgraduate
A Popular Choice of Medical School Applicants: Medicine (MBBS), Biomedical Sciences

Ranked the 141st globally (QS 2019), Newcastle University is among top 20 in 27 academic disciplines. It is one of the few universities that provide both University Foundation and International Year One in Architecture (ranked the 6th in the UK), making it a popular choice among aspiring architects. First established as a School of Medicine, the University had been part of Durham University before it became an university of its own. It has been named the “University of the Year” by the Times, for its highly recognized effort in delivering the best education.

141st
in World
University Ranking
21st
in UK University
Ranking
1st
in
Art & Design
6th
in Architecture (Offers University
Foundation & International Diploma)
7th
in Medicine (Students of School of Biomedical Sciences are eligible to
apply to transfer to Medicine or Dentistry after their first year of study)
10th
in Communication &
Media, English
12th
in
Psychology
13th
in Accounting &
Finance, Geography
14th
in Archaeology & Forensic Science,
Town Planning & Landscape Architecture

Subjects of Strength (Subject Ranking)

Art & Design (1), Agriculture & Forestry (3), Anatomy & Physiology (3), Creative Writing (3), French (3), Iberian Languages (3), Philosophy (3), Dentistry (4), Architecture (6), German (6), Linguistics (6), Aeronautical & Manufacturing (7), Medicine (7), Food Science (8), Geology (8), Communication & Media Studies (10), English (10), Classics & Ancient History (11), Electrical & Electronic Engineering (11), Psychology (12), Accounting & Finance (13), Geography & Environmental Sciences (13), Archaeology & Forensic Science (14), Town & Country Planning & Landscape Architecture (14), Chemical Engineering (15), Medical Related (16), Politics (20), Music (22), Pharmacology & Pharmacy (22), Computer Science (24), Mechanical Engineering (24), Sociology (24), Civil Engineering (25), Economics (27), History (29), Law (29), Business Studies (31), Mathematics (35)

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21/9 Saturday

2:30PM - 4:30PM

Boarding School Seminar (Special Guests: Brighton College & Handcross Park School)

Boarding School Seminar (Special Guests: Brighton College & Handcross Park School)

Type: Seminar
Target: P.4 to F.7
Location: British United
FULL
This seminar is fully booked. Please continue to support the session on 12/10 (Saturday) and 19/10 (Saturday). The Admissions Talk for Brighton College and Handcross Park School on 21/9 (Saturday) is still open for booking. Thank you very much for your support!

What’s so good about studying in the UK? In addition to small class-size, excellent provision of facilities and more flexible teaching methods, what makes the As in UK student’s report cards? What options do students from the new 334 education system have, to continue their studies in the UK? What makes up the best preparation for progression to the finest universities? How does British boarding school experience benefit students when they apply to universities in Hong Kong? In the seminar, our education consultants will answer all these questions by sharing their own experience in the UK. The seminar is suitable for parents of primary and secondary school students and students themselves, who are interested in studying in the UK.

Content Highlights

  • The Education Systems: In what circumstances can Hong Kong students progress to the next year group in the UK? In which year groups does it offer more school options?
  • The Boarding School Life: What time is lights out time? What weekend activities are available for boarders? What are these unique school holidays in boarding schools?
  • The Public Exams: How do GCSE and A-levels subject choices affect your options in university? What subject combination may bring extra advantages to Hong Kong students?
  • GCSE & A-levels Reform: What were being reformed and when? Are the two exams more difficult now than before?
  • A brief analysis of Non-Jupas admission data
  • The Application Procedures: What should you consider when selecting a boarding school? What criteria are used when boarding schools select students?
  • Is it necessary to sit boarding school entrance exams (such as BUSSATs & UKiSet) in advance?
    Bussats Test Centre in Hong Kong UKiset Test Centre in Hong Kong
Students attending the seminar can take home a free copy of The Metropolis UK Boarding School Guide by giving a Facebook Like to our Facebook page.
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21/9 Saturday

4:00PM - 5:30PM

Admissions Talk: Handcross Park School

Admissions Talk: Handcross Park School

Type: Admissions Talk, Interview & Information Day (Boarding School)
Target: P.4 to F.2
Location: British United
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
£13500 £13500 £13690 - - -

Handcross Park School officially became a member of the Brighton College Family of Schools in 2011, which symbolises a high standard in education. After the merger, a series of refurbishment work were implemented and have greatly improved its boarding facilities. Handcross Park School was highly praised for its pupils’ achievements and learning by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI), which gave the top “Excellent” grade in the 2014 inspection report.

Handcross Park School was set to prepare students for Brighton College (one of UK’s top 50 boarding schools) and other top independent senior schools. In addition to Brighton College, graduates in the past have gone to top schools such as Charterhouse and Harrow – some even received a scholarship!

Details of Event

ADMISSIONS TALK
4PM – 4:30PM

Following this week’s UK Boarding School Seminar, Headmaster of Handcross Park School will provide an overview of Handcross Park School and Brighton College with a 30-minute presentation.

INTERVIEW & ADMISSIONS INFO
4:30PM – 5:30PM

Students and parents meet with Headmaster of Handcross Park School individually to discuss their suitability and for admission interviews. Translation can be provided when necessary.

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21/9 Saturday

4:00PM - 5:30PM

Admissions Talk: Brighton College

Admissions Talk: Brighton College

Type: Admissions Talk & Information Day (Boarding School)
Target: F.3 to F.7
Location: British United
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
- - - £16090 £16250 £16960

Brighton College is a large-scale and highly reputable boarding school in the south of England. The College has continued to perform exceptionally well in public exams in many years, with more than 93% of A-levels students getting A*-B since 2008. In 2018, Brighton College is ranked the 8th for performance in GCE A-levels examinations among other independent schools.

The Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) gave the College a perfect score in every single category and awarded the College a rare ‘Exceptional’ accolade for Achievements and Learning. It is highly competitive among both local and Hong Kong elite students that applications must be submitted at least one year earlier.

83% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
99% A*-B. Average Grades: AAA
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
90% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)
8th
The Telegraph Independent School Ranking (2018)

Application & Exam Arrangement

Students who are interested in enrolling in the September 2020 intake must submit a school report to Brighton College for preliminary assessment. Eligible students will be informed for further assessments and are required to complete the registration on or before the deadline (6/9, Friday).

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23/9 Monday

5:00PM - 7:00PM

Admissions Talk: Cheltenham College

Admissions Talk: Cheltenham College

Type: Admissions Talk, Interview & Information Day (Boarding School)
Target: P.3 to F.7
Location: British United
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
£8080 £8080 £8210 £12690 £12690 £13030

Cheltenham College is an all-through boarding school in the South West of England, reputable for its excellent academic results. The College is very popular among local families in the region. Of the 650 students in the senior school, over 80% come from local families in the area and one third of them progressed from Cheltenham College prep school. The College is highly rated in the latest inspection report (ISI) and is awarded the highest “Excellent” rating in all nine areas of inspections, including quality of teaching, boarding provision and administration. Public exam results have been consistently outstanding, with A*-B rates in GCE A-levels from 74% to 81% in the past seven years (2012-2018). 6 pupils of the 2017 class continued their education in Oxbridge.

47% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
77% A*-B. Average Grades: BBB
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
67% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)
136th
The Telegraph Independent School Ranking (2018)

Details of Event

ADMISSIONS TALK
5PM – 5:30PM

Anna Cutts, Deputy Head (Pastoral), and Simon Conner, Head of Boarding, will provide an overview of Cheltenham College with a 30-minute presentation.

ADMISSIONS INFO & INTERVIEWS
5:30PM – 6PM

Students and parents meet with the Deputy Head from Cheltenham College individually to discuss their suitability and for admission interviews. Translation can be provided when necessary.

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24/9 Tuesday

5:30PM - 7:00PM

Arts University Bournemouth (AUB)

Arts University Bournemouth (AUB)

Type: Portfolio Advices & Information Day (Art University)
Target: HKDSE & Sub-Degree Graduates
Location: British United
University Foundation
Progress onto Year 1 of Degree
International Year One
Progress onto Year 2 of Degree
Undergraduate Postgraduate

Located in the coastal city of Bournemouth, Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) is a specialist art universities in the UK, which focuses on providing industry-standard education in art, design, media and performance. Over the years, graduates of Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) have been highly rated by the industry of films and the art circle of the UK. Notable alumni include photographer Wolfgang Tillmans (Turner Prize winner), Nick Knight (collaborating with Alexander McQueen, YSL, Bjork, i-D magazine), film scriptwriter Simon Beaufoy (Slumdog Millionaire, The Full Monty), Joe Cornish (The Adventure of Tintin) and film editor Chris Dickens (Slumdog Millionaire), etc.

Unique Advantage of Specialist Art School:
Cross-Discipline Collaboration

One of the unique advantages of study within a specialist art, design, media and performance institution is the cross course collaboration, which takes place across different courses of study. For example, acting students are selected to act in films produced by film students and may be supported by the costume course for costumes, make-up students for make-up and the modelmaking course for props.

ACTING
ANIMATION
ARCHITECTURE
COSTUME & PERFORMING DESIGN
CREATIVE EVENTS MANAGEMENT
DANCE
FASHION
FASHION MARKETING
FILM PRODUCTION
FINE ART
GRAPHICS & ILLUSTRATION
INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE
MAKE-UP FOR MEDIA & PERFORMANCE
PHOTOGRAPHY
PRODUCT DESIGN
VISUAL COMMUNICATION
VISUAL EFFECTS DESIGN & PRODUCTION

Details of Event: Portfolio Advices

Jessica Wrightson from the admissions team of Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) will attend the event. She will be happy to meet with students and parents individually to answer questions related to Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) and the art & design disciplines available in the University, covering areas such as course content, career prospects and more! The event is suitable for students interested in Art & Design programmes in Arts University Bournemouth (AUB).

Students with their portfolios are welcome to meet with Jessica Wrightson to obtain advices on portfolio development.

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25/9 Wednesday

7:00PM - 8:00PM

How to become a Lawyer in Hong Kong? An Admissions Talk for Postgraduate Courses in Law by University of Law

How to become a Lawyer in Hong Kong? An Admissions Talk for Postgraduate Courses in Law by University of Law

Type: Seminar
Target: HKDSE, GCE A-levels Graduates, University Students and Working Adults
Location: British United

In the Seminar, admissions representative from University of Law will introduce their postgraduate courses in law, in order to help students and parents understand how students can qualify as a lawyer in Hong Kong and the United Kingdom, and explain how different courses may be better for students in different career stages.

  • An overview of postgraduate courses in Law:

    Admission representative from University of Law will provide details about the following postgraduate courses, covering areas such as course structure, entry requirements, tuition fees, study locations and the steps it takes after the course to qualify as a lawyer.

    • Yes – it’s possible for a non-law degree graduate to become a lawyer! Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) and Master of Arts in Law (MA Law)
      Tailored for graduates with a non-law degree, the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) covers essential core modules in law, enabling non-law graduates to pursue professional qualifications to qualify as a lawyer. After the GDL, graduates can follow the British training route and progress onto a Legal Practice Course (LPC) or a Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC), and register as a UK lawyer after completing a training contract with a law firm; if they’d like to follow Hong Kong’s training route, graduates can do so as they will be eligible to apply to the PCLL after passing PCLL Conversion Exams.
    • Are you a law degree graduate, looking to train as a lawyer in the UK? Legal Practice Course (LPC) and Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC)

      The UK’s equivalent to the PCLL in Hong Kong, LPC and BPTC are the essential postgraduate training courses for UK’s solicitors and barristers respectively. After the LPC and BPTC, graduates have to complete a training contract with a law firm, before they can register as a UK lawyer. How can students increase their chances in securing a training contract? Can students undertake their training contract in Hong Kong? Admissions representative from University of Law will answer these and other frequently asked questions in the talk!

  • Coming back to Hong Kong to practise: Can a UK lawyer practise law in Hong Kong?
    After a long and demanding journey to qualify as a UK lawyer, will students be able to practise as a lawyer in Hong Kong? What does it take to become a Hong Kong lawyer? Will the status as a UK lawyer offer advantages in a legal career in Hong Kong?
  • How does a Distance Learning course work? How much time per week does it usually require, for a working adult taking a part-time distance learning course?
    The GDL, LPC and LLB in University of Law all offer a distance learning mode of study (available as a full-time and part-time course). How does the arrangement work in practice, in terms of class delivery, learning resources, exams and assessment? How much time should a working adult taking a part-time course expect to devote to the their studies? Is there any extra support from the University for distance learning students?
  • Student story sharing: Becoming a lawyer is only one of many career outcomes!
    In the past, many students doing a postgraduate course with University of Law (especially part-time students doing a distance learning course) aren’t really looking for a career change into the legal profession. Instead many find that good knowledge in law helps advance their career in other industries! In this section, admissions representative from University of Law will share some of these student stories, to show that becoming a lawyer is only one of many career outcomes!

University Profile: University of Law

University Foundation
Progress onto Year 1 of Degree
International Year One
Progress onto Year 2 of Degree
Undergraduate Postgraduate
• (2-Year & 3-Year Programmes)

Founded in 1876, University of Law has an excellent and unique reputation in professional legal training in the UK. In its early years, it was the lawyer training school of the Law Society of England and Wales, and later became the first private university that was granted degree-awarding power by the UK government! Today, University of Law is one of the most established law schools in the UK and an education partner of the leading global law firm Linklaters, providing a bespoke master’s degree for Linklaters.

Major Law Qualifications in University of Law Mode of Study: Campus-based in the UK, or Distance Learning

  • POSTGRADUATE – for Graduates with a Non-Law Degree: Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) a full-time course lasts 1 year, also available as a part-time distance learning course
  • POSTGRADUATE – for Graduates with a Non-Law Degree: Master of Arts in Law (MA Law) a full-time course lasts 1 year, also available as a part-time distance learning course
  • POSTGRADUATE – for Graduates with a Law Degree to train as a Solicitor: Legal Practice Course (LPC) a full-time course lasts 1 year, also available as a part-time distance learning course
  • POSTGRADUATE – for Graduates with a Law Degree to train as a Barrister: Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) a full-time course lasts 1 year
  • UNDERGRADUATE: Bachelor in Laws (LLB) a full-time course lasts 2-3 years, also available as a part-time distance learning course

A Global Alumni Network: The Postgraduate Training Choice of Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London

After obtaining their bachelor’s degrees in Law from a traditional university, many students would continue their postgraduate training in University of Law. The alumni network of University of Law now comprises over 64,000 graduates from around the world, including many from Asian regions such as Hong Kong and Malaysia. In the UK, they include Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London, who completed his LPC in University of Law before embarking on his journey as a human rights lawyer and later a successful career in politics.

Campus-based Study Locations

University of Law has campuses in major cities in the UK, such as London, Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds and Manchester. In recent years, University of Law has also formed partnership with University of Reading, University of Exeter and University of Liverpool, to deliver its GDL and LPC on-campus, so that students can enjoy the the range of campus facilities and campus life in a traditional university campus.

The Admissions Talk is Suitable for HKDSE Graduates and their Parents, as well as University Students and Working Adults.

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26/9 Thursday

4:00PM - 5:30PM

Undergraduate & Pathways: Swansea (30), Leicester (38), Portsmouth (51), etc

Undergraduate & Pathways: Swansea (30), Leicester (38), Portsmouth (51), etc

Type: Interview & Information Day (Undergraduate & Pathways)
Target: F.5 or above
Location: British United
University Foundation
Progress onto Year 1 of Degree
International Year One
Progress onto Year 2 of Degree
Undergraduate Postgraduate

University Pathway Programmes (Foundation & International Year One) are one-year programmes that allow students to progress onto year 1 and year 2 of an undergraduate programme in the UK. Many of these programmes are taught in dedicated teaching centres within university campuses and provide “guaranteed progression” to an undergraduate degree upon achieving the required grades in internal exams and coursework assessment.

University (UK Rank) University Foundation
Progress onto Year 1 of Degree
International Year One
Progress onto Year 2 of Degree
Undergraduate
Swansea (30)
Leicester (38)
Portsmouth (51)
Plymouth (72)
Brunel (76)
Birmingham City (87)
Hertfordshire (90)
Robert Gordon (96)
Northampton (99)
Anglia Ruskin (122)

Swansea University (30)

With hugely improved student satisfaction and graduate prospect, Swansea University in 2019 broke into the Top 30 for the first time in UK university ranking. Traditionally the School of Engineering is the most celebrated school in Swansea University. In the latest research assessment exercise (REF 2014), 94% of researches in engineering were rated as “World Leading” and “Internationally Excellent” – a result comparable to that of traditional engineering schools such as UCL and Bristol. In subject rankings, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical & Electronic Engineering are all ranked within top 15 in the UK – reflecting outstanding performance in both teaching and scientific researches.

30th
in UK University
Ranking
7th
in Computer
Science
8th
in Material
Technology
9th
in Mechanical
Engineering
10th
in Social Policy,
Chemical Engineering
11th
in Aerospace Engineering,
Communication & Media
13th
in Civil Engineering,
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
18th
in
Psychology

University of Leicester (38)

Ranked the 167th globally (THE 2019) and the 38th in the UK, the University of Leicester provides the flexibility with Major/Minor degree options, which enables students to concentrate on a subject area as the major subject, while broadening knowledge with a Minor subject. University of Leicester has put great efforts into science and technology over time. It’s home to the largest space research centre among all European universities. The Department of Physics and Astronomy has participated in the PanCam research project under European Space Agency (ESA)’s ExoMars programme. DNA Fingerprinting technology was also discovered by one of the professors in University of Leicester!

167th
in World
University Ranking
38th
in UK University
Ranking
12th
in Archaeology &
Forensic Science
18th
in General
Engineering
19th
in Communication &
Media
21st
in
Criminology
24th
in Physics &
Astronomy
25th
in
Chemistry

University of Portsmouth (51)

As its name suggests, University of Portsmouth is located in the port city of Portsmouth in the South of England. It’s one of the polytechnics that were granted university status because of the 1992 Education Act. As one of the best performing Post-1992 universities, University of Portsmouth is now ranked the 51st in the UK. The University has good reputation in medical-related subjects, educating over 600 medical professionals every year (including pharmacist, medical technologists and radiographers). The £14-million brand new home of the Faculty of Creative & Cultural Industries provides state-of-the-art technology and teaching space for students interested in art, design and new media, which include new Motion Capture facilities as well as Virtual Reality devices such as the Oculus Rift.

51st
in UK University
Ranking
11th
in
Criminology
16th
in Sports
Science
19th
in Art & Design, Radiography,
Hospitality & Tourism
TOP-UP
Entry to Year 2-3 from
Graduates of Sub-Degrees

University of Herfordshire (90)

Based in Hatfield, the historic centre of British aviation manufacturing, the Faculty of Engineering provides a wide range of options in the area which include aerospace engineering, aerospace technology, etc. Some of these incorporate Pilot studies programmes that offer as many as 400 hours of flying practices, enabling students to qualify for the National Private Pilot’s License when they graduate. Alumni of University of Hertfordshire are widely employed by leading manufacturers in the field such as BAE Systems (one of the world’s largest defense and aerospace manufacturer), Rolls-Royce (the world’s second largest airplance engine manufacturer) and include Frank Ogilvie the deputy chief designer of the Airbus A380.

In Creative Arts, University of Hertfordshire was named the 12th best in the world for VFX, Animation and Games by the Rookies (an international award for new creative talents). In the two years that follow (2016 & 2017), the Rookies awards also rated the University within Top 5 in a number of specialisms in new media arts including Game Design & Development, Photography, Film Making, VFX & Animation, and, in 2016, number 1 in the world for Next-Gen Gaming!

Students of the School of Creative Arts are offered a wide range of options that include Animation, Digital Media Arts, Special Effects, Music Technology, as well as other more common options such as Fashion Design, Graphic Design, Photography and more!

VFX, ANIMATION & GAMES
Voted the 12th best in the world for
VFX, Animation and Games by the Rookies award
PILOT STUDIES
Offers as many as 400 hours of flying practices, enabling students
to qualify for the National Private Pilot’s License when they graduate
TOP-UP
Entry to Year 2-3 from
Graduates of Sub-Degrees

Robert Gordon University (96)

Located in Aberdeen, Robert Gordon University follows the Scottish education system, providing 4-year undergraduate programmes. The University is one of the polytechnics that were granted university status after the Further and Higher Education Act 1992 and is ranked within top 30 in a wide range of disciplines, which include Building & Surveying, Architecture, as well as medical-related subjects such as Radiography and Physiotherapy. The majority of undergraduate programmes in Robert Gordon University offer a placement. In some cases, these may be year-long paid placement.

The third oldest school of architecture in the UK, the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture & Built Environment is ranked the 28th for architecture in the UK. Its excellent record of graduate employment shows that 95% of students were in employment within six months after graduation. Students will have the opportunities to go onto overseas field trips, which have in the past covered destinations such as Amsterdam, Venice, Paris, Barcelona and more!

3rd
The Third Oldest School of
Architecture in the UK
2nd
in
Physiotherapy
5th
in
Radiography
8th
in Building &
Surveying
20th
in Medical-Related
Subjects
21st
in Art &
Design
24th
in
Pharmacy
28th
in
Architecture

University of Northampton (99)

University of Northampton is a university in the Midlands, which was granted full university status in 2005 but with a history that can be traced back to the 13th century. The University is well recognized for its efforts in supporting social enterprises and was one of Ashoka’s global network of “Changemaker Campus”. The number of social enterprises that the University works with is so large that it allows every of its 14,000 students an opportunity to work in a social enterprise during their courses. In terms of other academic areas, University of Northampton is strong in teacher training and health subjects, and is the region’s largest providers of teachers and healthcare professionals.

University of Northampton is home to the one and only Leather Technology programme in the UK, which teaches the technology behind the manufacturing and materials of high-end leather products. If you’re interested in a career working with high-end manufacturers and designers of luxurious shoes, handbags, clothes, furniture and sport scars, it’s likely to be the right course for you! In the past five years, the course has achieved a 100% graduate employment rate, reflecting the recognition by the industry.

University of Northampton also offers foundation programmes that can lead to a degree in Podiatry, which suits students who are interested in medical related disciplines!

LEATHER TECHNOLOGY
The one and only Leather Technology programme in the UK, which teaches
the technology behind the manufacturing and materials of high-end leather products.
32nd
in Medical-Related
Subjects
PODIATRY
Offers foundation programmes that
can lead to a degree in Podiatry

Anglia Ruskin University (122)

Accredited by the General Optical Council (GOC), the BOptom (Hons) Optometry in Anglia Ruskin University is recognized by the Optometrists Board of Hong Kong. Students therefore will be eligible in registering as an Optometrist in Hong Kong, after successful completion of the professional examination set by the College of Optometrists (UK) and a year of work placement.

During their studies, students will learn to perform eye examinations, acquire knowledge of ocular diseases and pathology. In Year 3, students will spend up to 6 hours per week gaining hands-on experience in the open-to-public University Eye Clinic, performing eye examinations and dispensing patients with appropriate spectacles when required.

OPTOMETRY
A recognized qualification of Optometrists Board of HK,
with a progression route from university foundation
15th
in Animal
Science
52th
in Medical-Related
Subjects, Architecture
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4:00PM - 5:30PM

Undergraduate & Pathways: Royal Holloway (24), Reading (40), Coventry (46), etc

Undergraduate & Pathways: Royal Holloway (24), Reading (40), Coventry (46), etc

Type: Interview & Information Day (Undergraduate & Pathways)
Target: F.5 or above
Location: British United
University Foundation
Progress onto Year 1 of Degree
International Year One
Progress onto Year 2 of Degree
Undergraduate Postgraduate

Pathway programmes provided by ONCAMPUS can lead to undergraduate degrees in colleges of University of London as well as modern universities such as Coventry! University Pathway Programmes (Foundation & International Year One) are one-year programmes that allow students to progress onto year 1 and year 2 of an undergraduate programme in the UK. Many of these programmes are taught in dedicated teaching centres within university campuses and provide “guaranteed progression” to an undergraduate degree upon achieving the required grades in internal exams and coursework assessment.

These programmes are suitable for HKDSE graduates, while some of them also accept applications from F.5 students.

University (UK Rank) University Foundation
Progress onto Year 1 of Degree
International Year One
Progress onto Year 2 of Degree
Undergraduate
Royal Holloway (24)
Reading (40)
Coventry (46)
Queen Mary (46)
Goldsmiths (71)
Sunderland (93)
Hull (103)
Central Lancashire (105)
London South Bank (107)
Birkbeck, University of London (128)
Courtauld Institute of Art
Royal Veterinary College

University of London International Foundation Programme

In the academic year of 2013/14, ONCAMPUS London first introduced the University of London International Foundation Programme in their designated study centre in Birkbeck, University of London. The Programme provides a more challenging curriculum that comes with more diverse progression routes for students aspiring to top universities. With specially written study materials by University of London, students will study four academic subjects (normally students study three subjects in a foundation programme) alongside English language and personal development programmes – a total of 28 teaching hours per week. Upon completion, students will be eligible to apply to a range of UK universities, including top universities such as London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE), Bristol, Durham, Manchester, Nottingham and more!

University of London International Foundation Programme

University of Reading (40)

University of Reading is ranked the 195th globally (QS 2019) and the 40th in the UK. Its business school (Hanley Business School) comes 32nd in the European Business School Ranking (FT 2018). The University offers collaborative Accounting degrees with PwC – one of the Big 4 accounting firms in the world. Entry requirement is high, but students from the programmes will enjoy guaranteed work placements with PwC, and if they achieve a 2:1 and impress on their work placements they will be likely to be offered a permanent job with PwC – which is a very valuable option for students who aspire to become an accountant, especially those who want to pursue a career in the UK after graduation! In addition to applying directly for year one, students can now progress onto the degree via a university foundation.

Building & Surveying, Film Studies, Design and Meteorology are also among the university’s most reputable disciplines. Not only is University of Reading the first UK university to offer Typography and Film Studies, its master’s programmes in Typography are considered one of the best in the world. Many contemporary font designs of our age are created by graduates from University of Reading – these include Calibri (created by Luc(as) de Groot), Comic Sans (created by Vincent Connare) and many more!

195th
in World
University Ranking
40th
in UK University
Ranking
32nd
in European Business
School Ranking
PwC Accounting Degrees in Collaboration with PwC
Students will enjoy guaranteed work placements with PwC. If they achieve a 2:1 and impress
on their work placements they will be likely to be offered a permanent job with PwC
3rd
in Animal Science,
Building & Surveying
16th
in Accounting & Finance, Archaeology &
Forensic Science, Pharmacy
18th
in
Architecture
27th
in Business
Studies
36th
in Art & Design,
Anatomy & Physiology
Typography
Many contemporary font designs of our age are created by graduates
from University of Reading – these include Calibri and Comic Sans

Coventry University (46)

Coventry University has been named “Modern University of the Year” by Times in three consecutive years (2014-2016). With high student satisfaction rating and employment rate, Coventry University has become one of the most remarkable post-1992 universities, with significant improvements in major university league tables. Communication & Media, Art & Design and Physiotherapy are the most popular areas of study. With over 160 years of history, the Coventry School of Art & Design offers specialist programmes in diverse areas such as Automotive and Transport Design, Interior Design, Product Design.

46th
in UK University
Ranking
10th
in
Achitecture
12th
in Hospitality &
Tourism
16th
in Physiotherapy,
Drama, Dance & Cinematics
20th
in Mechanical
Engineering
21st
in Building &
Surveying
26th
in Art &
Design
TOP-UP
Accepts Entry to Year 2-3
from Graduates of Sub-Degrees

University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) (105)

University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) is one of the largest universities in the UK that provides a wide range of subject options. In 2014/15, the University started its medicine programme (MBBS), after the success in establishing its dentistry programme. The MBBS programme is tailored for international students and provides placement opportunities in the NHS as well as private clinics. University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) is known for its outstanding support to its students and a top player in nurturing graduate start-ups. With the good support from the University, over 70% of these graduate start-ups were able to survive the first two difficult years of operation.

MBBS FOUNDATION
Progression Routes Available for Medicine (MBBS) and other Medical-related Subjects through University Foundation. Comes
with a “Guaranteed Interview” Mechanism: 90% of Students who Achieved an Interview Progressed to MBBS at UCLan!
7th
in
Physiotherapy
15th
in
Dentistry
64th
in
Nursing

Progression Universities & Degrees: Medicine, Physiotherapy and other Medical-Related Subjects Abstract

The Medicine Foundation in UCLan can lead to undergraduate degrees in Medicine, Physiotherapy and a range of medical-related subjects. Starting from the 2019/20 cohort, students can also apply to Medicine, Veterinary Medicine and other medical-related subjects in Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) and St George’s University in addition to progression options in University of Central Lancashire (UCLan),

  • University of Central Lancashire (UCLan)
    • Biomedical Sciences
    • Dental Hygiene & Dental Therapy
    • Medicine (MBBS)
    • Nursing (Adult)
    • Nursing (Child)
    • Nursing (Mental Health)
    • Pharmacy
    • Physiotherapy
    • Sports Therapy
  • Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI)
    • Medicine
    • Pharmacy
    • Physiotherapy
  • St George’s University, Grenada
    • Medicine
    • Veterinary Medicine

Successful Cases to MBBS & Physiotherapy
Comes with a “Guaranteed Interview” Mechanism: 90% of Students who achieved an Interview Progressed to MBBS at UCLan

Student Nationality Grades University Destination & Undergraduate Degree
Ya-Ro Taiwanese A*AA University of Central Lancashire
Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
Sina Iranian A*AA University of Central Lancashire
Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
Mary Jane Ogechi Obiyo Nigerian AAA University of Central Lancashire
Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
Plairung Thai AAA University of Central Lancashire
Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
Ahmed Hussein Ali Al-Tameemi Iraqi - University of Central Lancashire
Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
Ali Abdulshaheed Almadhoob Bahraini A*AA University of Central Lancashire
Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
Alex Lagesse Mauritian - University of Central Lancashire
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy
Stephen De Chasteigner Du Mee Mauritian - University of Central Lancashire
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy
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5:30PM - 7:00PM

Undergraduate & Pathways: Exeter (12), East Anglia (15), Newcastle (21), Queen’s Belfast (38), etc

Undergraduate & Pathways: Exeter (12), East Anglia (15), Newcastle (21), Queen’s Belfast (38), etc

Type: Interview & Information Day (Undergraduate & Pathways)
Target: F.5 or above
Location: British United
University Foundation
Progress onto Year 1 of Degree
International Year One
Progress onto Year 2 of Degree
Undergraduate Postgraduate

University Pathway Programmes (Foundation & International Diploma) are one-year programmes that allow students to progress onto year 1 and year 2 of an undergraduate programme in the UK. Many of these programmes are taught in dedicated teaching centres within university campuses and provide “guaranteed progression” to an undergraduate degree upon achieving the required grades in internal exams and coursework assessment.

University (UK Rank) University Foundation
Progress onto Year 1 of Degree
International Year One
Progress onto Year 2 of Degree
Undergraduate
Exeter (12)
East Anglia (15)
Manchester (19)
Newcastle (21)
Queen’s Belfast (38)
Stirling (44)
City, University of London (68)
Manchester Metropolitan (69)
Gloucestershire (81)
Glasgow Caledonian (101)

University of Exeter (12)

Ranked the 141st globally (THE 2019) and the 12th in the UK, University of Exeter is top 10 in as many as 29 academic disciplines and reputable for Sports Science, Communications & Media, Sociology, Psychology, Geography and Business studies. The University’s Business School has been a popular option of Hong Kong students for Accounting & Finance (ranked the 7th), Business Studies (8th) and Economics (13th) . Notable alumni include JK Rowling (author of Harry Potter), Thom Yorke (lead singer of Radiohead) and more!

141st
in World
University Ranking
12th
in UK University
Ranking
1st
in Sports
Science
2nd
in Communication &
Media, Radiography
4th
in
Sociology
7th
in Accounting &
Finance, Psychology
8th
in Business Studies, Anthropology, Archaeology & Forensic
Science, Civil Engineering, Geography, Philosophy
9th
in Electrical & Electronic Engineering,
History, Medicine, Politics
13th
in
Economics

University of East Anglia (15)

Globally ranked the 190th (THE 2019) in the UK, University of East Anglia (UEA) is a world-renowned university in scientific researches and for many years has been the 1st choice of students pursuing a degree in Medicine and Pharmacy. The University is also famous for its achievements in Art History, Communication & Media Studies, Geography & Environmental Sciences, as well as medical-related subjects such as Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy. Among many others, 82% of researches in Social Work, Social Policy and International Relations were rated “World Leading” and “Internationally Excellent”, which was top 5 in the UK (REF 2014). In Environmental Sciences, UEA has contributed more than any other universities in the world to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and are among the leaders in the investigation of climate change. UEA is also ranked the 11th in International Development.

190th
in World
University Ranking
15th
in UK University
Ranking
3rd
in
Physiotherapy
9th
in Medical-Related
Subjects
International Development Ranked 11th in the World
Tackles issues such as Globalization, Conflicts, Environment & Sustainability, Global Warming and more
– an very good option for students with a strong passion in Geography and who want to make a difference!
12th
in Business Studies,
History of Art, Social Work
16th
in Pharmacy,
Education
17th
in Accounting & Finance,
Nursing, Sports Science
20th
in Communication &
Media, Economics, History

University of Manchester (19)

The University of Manchester is the 6th best performing UK university in the QS World University Ranking, which ranked it as the 29th best in the world (QS 2019). There are as many as 25 Nobel laureates among its alumni and professors. A recent survey also shows that University of Manchester graduates are most targeted by employers in the UK. Students aiming to study at this prestigious university, but fall slightly short of its entry requirement for direct entry into a degree, now have the option of a designated University Foundation programme. The Foundation has considerably higher entry and progression requirements, but can lead to a wide range of academic disciplines including Psychology, Biological Science, Pharmacy, Engineering, as well as many Humanities and Social Sciences degrees.

29th
in World
University Ranking
19th
in UK University
Ranking
5th
in Dentistry,
Education, Linguistics
7th
in Anthropology
History of Art
8th
in
Pharmacy
10th
in Chemical Engineering,
Criminology, Mathematics
13th
in Computer
Science, Sociology

Newcastle University (21)

Ranked the 141st globally (QS 2019), Newcastle University is among top 20 in 27 academic disciplines. It is one of the few universities that provide both University Foundation and International Year One in Architecture (ranked the 6th in the UK), making it a popular choice among aspiring architects. First established as a School of Medicine, the University had been part of Durham University before it became an university of its own. It has been named the “University of the Year” by the Times, for its highly recognized effort in delivering the best education.

141st
in World
University Ranking
21st
in UK University
Ranking
1st
in
Art & Design
6th
in Architecture (Offers University
Foundation & International Year One)
7th
in Medicine (Students of School of Biomedical Sciences are eligible to
apply to transfer to Medicine or Dentistry after their first year of study)
10th
in Communication &
Media, English
12th
in
Psychology
13th
in Accounting &
Finance, Geography
14th
in Archaeology & Forensic Science,
Town Planning & Landscape Architecture

Queen’s University Belfast (38)

A member university of the Russell Group, Queen’s University Belfast (QUB) is the top university in the Northern Ireland, which is currently ranked the 180th globally and the 38th in the UK. Academic researches by the University were highly rated in the research assessment exercise (REF 2014). In terms of academic disciplines, it’s best known for Pharmacy, Accounting & Finance, Architecture, as well as its strong School of Engineering!

180th
in World
University Ranking
38th
in UK University
Ranking
4th
in Pharmacy,
Food Science
8th
in
Architecture
9th
in Accounting & Finance,
Archaeology & Forensic Science
12th
in Communication &
Media
WRIGHTBUS Manufacturer of the New Routemaster
The School of Engineering has a close tie with Wrightbus – the Northern Irish
manufacturer behind London’s New Routemaster and Hong Kong’s KMB!
18th
in Chemical Engineering,
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
26th
in Civil
Engineering
30th
in Mechanical
Engineering

University of Stirling (44)

Named the Scotland’s University for Sporting Excellence in 2008, the University of Stirling excels in Sports Science, Education, and Communication & Media. Its sports facilities are often used by the UK and Scotland national teams for training (swimming, tennis, gold and football). Under the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF), degrees in University of Stirling allow more flexibility in electives and changing courses. Students can ‘mix & match’ modules from different disciplines to engineer a degree that fulfills their interest and ambitions. Two third of students are from Scotland while the rest come from England and around the world.

44th
in UK University
Ranking
2/3
of Students Come
from Scotland
3rd
in
Criminology
13th
in Communication &
Media
14th
in Social
Policy
16th
in Law,
Sociology
19th
in Business,
Sports Science

City, University of London (68)

Located in the heart of London with easy access to destinations such as the British Museum and London financial district, City, University of London is a powerhouse for Business Studies as well as Communication & Media. The University is ranked the 38th in Communication & Media globally (QS 2016). The well-renowned Cass Business School is ranked 16th in Europe (FT 2018) and many see it as a stepping stone to get into investment banks and large-scale financial institutions. Students benefit from the School’s extensive network of alumni that includes the CEO of Coca Cola Company. Students can connect with these alumni via a private online platform with as many as 2000 active users of alumni.

68th
in UK University
Ranking
16th
in European Business
School Ranking
38th
in Communication &
Media (World Ranking)
18th
in Medical-Related
Subjects
21st
in Communication &
Media
23rd
in Business
Studies
25th
in Accounting &
Finance

Manchester Metropolitan University (69)

Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) is home to the second oldest art school in the UK, which has educated generations of artists and designers, including Thomas Heatherwick the designer of the UK pavilion at the Shanghai Expo 2010 and L. S. Lowry the legendary British painter. The Manchester School of Architecture (jointly administered by MMU and University of Manchester) is a world-famous architecture school with star alumni such as prolific architect Norman Foster. Other Art & Design options include Fashion Design (menswear, womenswear and sportswear), Creative Multimedia, Photography, Graphics and 3D design. 75% of teaching modules in the art foundation are art-related, giving students tons of opportunities to perfect their crafts and skills.

17th
in
Physiotherapy
TOP 10 ARCHITECTURE
Named one of the top 10 architecture schools in the world for three
consecutive years by QS World University Ranking (2016-2018).
19th
in History
of Art
20th
in
Architecture
21st
in Town Planning &
Landscape Architecture
27th
in Art &
Design
43rd
in Communication & Media,
Drama, Dance & Cinematics
75%
Art-related Modules
in Foundation
TOP-UP
Accepts Entry to Year 2-3 from
Graduates of Sub-Degrees

University of Gloucestershire (81)

University of Gloucestershire is a university that focuses on Business, Art & Design, Computer Sciences and Humanities. Its Landscape Architecture programmes are leading in the field, which are ranked the 3rd among programmes accredited by the Landscape Institute (UK) and is the most historical one! Other than that, University of Gloucestershire also provides a wide range of art & design programmes related to popular culture and media, including Pop Music (production and promotion), TV & Film production, Photography (commercial, documentary, journalistic) and Multimedia design. University of Gloucestershire has relatively lower entry requirements and accepts associate and higher diploma graduates to second and final year of their degree courses.

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
Ranked the 3rd among Landscape Institute (UK)-Accredited
Programmes and the Most Historical One!
TOP-UP
Accepts Entry to Year 2-3 from
Graduates of Sub-Degrees

Glasgow Caledonian University (101)

Glasgow Caledonian University provides 4-year degree programmes. The University is good for Physiotherapy, Radiography, Hospitality & Tourism, Medical-Related subjects, as well as Building & Surveying. It is the largest provider of health-related graduates to NHS Scotland and is also the only one that offers Optometry degrees in Scotland, training 90% of eye care specialists in Scotland.

10th
in
Radiography
11th
in
Physiotherapy
16th
in Hospitality &
Tourism
19th
in Building & Surveying,
Medical-Related Subjects
OPTOMETRY
Offers the Only Optometry Degree in Scotland.
Training 90% of Eye Care Specialists in Scotland
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5:30PM - 7:00PM

Undergraduate & Pathways: Lancaster (6), Durham (7), Leeds (11), Surrey (23), Sheffield (25), Sussex (41), etc

Undergraduate & Pathways: Lancaster (6), Durham (7), Leeds (11), Surrey (23), Sheffield (25), Sussex (41), etc

Type: Interview & Information Day (Undergraduate & Pathways)
Target: F.5 or above
Location: British United
University Foundation
Progress onto Year 1 of Degree
International Year One
Progress onto Year 2 of Degree
Undergraduate Postgraduate

University Pathway Programmes (Foundation & International Diploma) are one-year programmes that allow students to progress onto year 1 and year 2 of an undergraduate programme in the UK. Many of these programmes are taught in dedicated teaching centres within university campuses and provide “guaranteed progression” to an undergraduate degree upon achieving the required grades in internal exams and coursework assessment.

University (UK Rank) University Foundation
Progress onto Year 1 of Degree
International Year One
Progress onto Year 2 of Degree
Undergraduate
Lancaster (6)
Durham (7)
Leeds (11)
Surrey (23)
Royal Holloway (24)
Sheffield (25)
Aberdeen (26)
Sussex (41)
Lincoln (42)
Strathclyde (44)
Keele (48)
Huddersfield (62)
Liverpool John Moores (74)
Kingston (110)
Leeds Beckett (124)

Lancaster University (6)

Lancaster University is now the 131st in World University Ranking (QS 2019) and has been a popular option among Hong Kong students in the past few years. Lancaster is ranked Top 10 in Communication & Media, Social Work, Accounting & Finance, Business Studies, Biological Science, Sociology and more. As is located in the North West of England, Lancaster University provides a very different experience from other city-based universities. Students would find the University a good destination of living and study with Lancaster’s award-wining accommodation, which has been named the Best University Halls for 5 consecutive years.

131st
in World
University Ranking
6th
in UK University
Ranking
3rd
in Art & Design,
Linguistics, Sociology
4th
in Communication &
Media, Social Work
5th
in Biological Sciences,
Drama, Dance & Cinematics
7th
in Accounting & Finance, Business Studies,
Physics & Astronomy, Politics

Durham University (7)

A member of the Russel Group, Durham University is now ranked the 74th globally (QS 2019) and the 7th in the UK. In REF 2014, 83% of its research was assessed as being of “world-leading” or “internationally excellent”. The University teaches a wide range of academic disciplines, in which 16 disciplines are within Top 5 in the UK. Like many traditional universities, Durham University is strongest in Law, the humanities (such as Anthropology, Education, etc) and sciences (such as Physics and Chemistry) while Business Studies and Accounting & Finance are ranked the 15th. Durham University is also one of the ten most targeted UK universities by leading recruiters in 2017/18. Notable alumni included Steve Easterbrook (CEO of McDonald’s), Cecil Chao (Hong Kong Billionaire) and Richard Adams (Founder of fairtrade organization Thraidcraft).

74th
in World
University Ranking
7th
in UK University
Ranking
1st
in Geography,
Music
2nd
in Classics,
English
3rd
in Education,
History
4th
in Archaeology & Forensic Science,
Chemistry, Physics & Astronomy
5th
in
Mathematics
7th
in Law,
Geology

University of Leeds (11)

University of Leeds is a Russell Group university ranked the 93rd globally (QS 2019). First made into top 10 in the UK in 2018, the University is known for its outstanding academic researches, teaching quality and employability. Graduate surveys consistently put the University as one of the ten most sought-after universities by Britain’s top employers. Among many of its areas of strength, Accounting & Finance, Business Studies, Economics, Engineering, Sociology and Communication & Media are particularly outstanding. Star sociologist Zygmunt Bauman taught in the Department of Sociology before his retirement in 1990. It’s also where Leslie Cheung studied before he returned to Hong Kong for his career in the entertainment industry!

93rd
in World
University Ranking
11th
in UK University
Ranking
1st
in Accounting &
Finance, Food Science
3rd
in Communication & Media, Electrical &
Electronic Engineering, Radiography
4th
in Mechanical Engineering,
Medical-related Subjects
6th
in Business Studies, Computer
Science, Social Policy, Sports Science
8th
in
Economics
10th
in Law, Geography,
Linguistics
11th
in Anatomy & Physiology,
Art & Design, Music
12th
in
Sociology

University of Surrey (23)

Ranked the 248th globally (QS 2019), University of Surrey is a leading educator in Hospitality & Tourism and Animal Science with a new veterinary school opened in the 2014/15 academic year. Most of its undergraduate programmes involve a year-long placement. With improving student satisfaction level, University of Surrey was named the 2016 University of the Year by the Times in praise of the good balance between research and teaching quality!

23rd
in UK University
Ranking
2nd
in Food
Science
8th
in Hospitality &
Tourism
10th
in
Sociology
12th
in
Chemistry
15th
in Physics &
Astronomy
16th
in Communication & Media, Economics, English,
Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering

University of Sheffield (25)

Ranked the 75th globally (QS 2019), the University of Sheffield excels in a wide range of academic disciplines. Architecture, Communication & Media, Town Planning & Landscape Architecture, Civil Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Biological Sciences are among Top 10 in the UK. Sheffield’s reputable engineering school now educates more than 4000 students and is a leading institution in systems engineering and smart materials globally. Notable alumni include five Nobel laureates, as well as Chung Sze-Yuen (Senior Unofficial Member of Legislative Council of Hong Kong) and Douglas Young (founder of lifestyle design and retail brand G.O.D.).

75th
in World
University Ranking
3rd
in
Architecture
5th
in Communication & Media, Drama,
Dance & Cinematics, History, Materials Technology
7th
in Biological Sciences, Town
Planning & Landscape Architecture
9th
in Civil
Engineering
12th
in Aeronautical & Manufacturing,
Dentistry, Linguistics
13th
in Mechanical
Engineering

University of Sussex (41)

Ranked the 161st globally (THE 2019), University of Sussex excels in social sciences and the humanities. It’s ranked number one in the world for International Development (QS 2017-19). Anthropology, Philosophy, Accounting & Finance and Psychology are all within Top 20 in the UK. University of Sussex is special in terms of its diverse offerings of interdisciplinary programmes (such as Law & Politics, Psychology & Sociology), which is suitable for students with diverse interest. University of Sussex is home to one of Europe’s largest International Relation department. Its International Relation department and Communication & Media department are one of the few that offer both University Foundation and International Year One, allowing international students to start with a relatively lower entry requirement. Notable alumni include former president of South Africa and a number of Noble Prize winners.

161st
in World
University Ranking
41st
in UK University
Ranking
11th
in
Anthropology
13th
in
Philosophy
17th
in Accounting &
Finance
20th
in Psychology,
Criminology
29th
in Biological Sciences,
Politics & International Relations

University of Strathclyde (44)

University of Strathclyde is ranked the 268th globally (QS 2019) and offers one of the best Accounting and Finance programme in the UK. Its business school comes 39th in the European Business School Ranking (FT 2018), and is one of the few business schools that is triple accredited by AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS.

University of Strathclyde follows the Scottish education system, in which undergraduate qualifications are obtained in 4 years. The Business School and the Law School do offer 3-year intensive options! Students from the 3-Year LLB English Law will have study exchange opportunities, through which they can study one semester at City University of Hong Kong, in order to enjoy two extra subject exemptions in the PCLL Conversion Exams.

In addition to Business, University of Strathclyde is also a good choice for Architecture, Hospitality & Tourism as well as Engineering. Strathclyde’s School of Architecture is named one of Europe’s Top 50 architecture schools for 3 consecutive years by Domus, an Italian architecture and design magazine. The School of Enginnering, on the other hand, educates 4000 students coming from all around the world with as many as 40 choices of programmes, which include niche areas such as Aerospace and Naval Engineering.

44th
in UK
University
Ranking
3Y LLB LAW
Study exchange opportunities with Law School of
City University of Hong Kong and enjoy two extra
subject exemptions in the PCLL Conversion Exams
2nd
in Accounting & Finance,
Hospitality & Tourism,
Social Policy
5th
in Architecture,
Electrical &
Electronic Engineering
8th
in
Business
Studies
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26/9 Thursday

5:30PM - 7:00PM

Undergraduate & Pathways: Birmingham (14), Nottingham (16), Glasgow (17), Bristol (19), York (22), etc

Undergraduate & Pathways: Birmingham (14), Nottingham (16), Glasgow (17), Bristol (19), York (22), etc

Type: Interview & Information Day (Undergraduate & Pathways)
Target: F.5 or above
Location: British United
University Foundation
Progress onto Year 1 of Degree
International Year One
Progress onto Year 2 of Degree
Undergraduate Postgraduate

University Pathway Programmes (Foundation & International Diploma) are one-year programmes that allow students to progress onto year 1 and year 2 of an undergraduate programme in the UK. Many of these programmes are taught in dedicated teaching centres within university campuses and provide “guaranteed progression” to an undergraduate degree upon achieving the required grades in internal exams and coursework assessment.

University (UK Rank) University Foundation
Progress onto Year 1 of Degree
International Year One
Progress onto Year 2 of Degree
Undergraduate
Birmingham (14)
Nottingham (16)
Glasgow (17)
Bristol (19)
York (22)
Essex (29)
Liverpool (31)
Nottingham Trent (37)
Aston (56)
West of England (58)
City, University of London (68)
Bournemouth (78)
Westminster (114)
Brighton (123)

University of Birmingham (14)

University of Birmingham is a historical and research-intensive university, which is now ranked the 79th globally (QS 2019) and the 14th in the UK. Birmingham enjoys very good reputation in the academia globally and is a founding member of the Russell Group, which symbolizes the highest standard of research and teaching in the UK. The University of Birmingham is ranked within Top 10 in the UK for 25 academic disciplines, in which many are within top 5 (including Hospitality & Tourism, Sports Science, Town Planning, Music, Philosophy, Chemical Engineering and more). Its alumni and staff include 11 Nobel laureates, as well as Geoffrey Ma, the Hong Kong Chief Justice of the Court of Final Appeal.

79th
in World
University Ranking
14th
in UK University
Ranking
1st
in Hospitality &
Tourism
3rd
in Anthropology,
Sports Science
5th
in Town Planning,
Chemical Engineering
6th
in Physiotherapy,
History of Art, Nursing
8th
in Physics &
Astronomy, History
10th
in Accounting &
Finance

University of Nottingham (16)

University of Nottingham is ranked the 82nd globally (QS 2019) and a member of the Russel Group. It has been cited twice in the last three years as “The Best University for Finding Graduate Recruits” by UK’s top employers. 51 academic disciplines are offered. 23 of them are ranked among top 10 in the UK, while Pharmacy, Social Work, Physiotherapy, Chemical Engineering, Physics & Astronomy and Animal Science are all ranked among top 5. The university also offers a 5-year MPharm programme, so that students do not have to worry about visa issues during their Pre-Registration Training for Pharmacists.

82nd
in World
University Ranking
16th
in UK University
Ranking
3th
in Social Work,
Chemical Engineering
5th
in Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Criminology,
Physics & Astronomy, Veterinary Medicine
6th
in Food Science, Aerospace
Engineering, Creative Writing
9th
in Building & Surveying,
Economics, Music
10th
in Mechanical
Engineering
11th
in Law, Civil Engineering,
English, Theology
5Y MPharm
that includes Pre-Registration
Training for Pharmacists

University of Glasgow (17)

Ranked the 69th globally (QS 2019), University of Glasgow is one of the oldest universities in the English-speaking world with over 560 years of history. As a member of the Russell Group, the university offers a wide range of academic disciplines and research, in which as many as 27 are ranked with Top 10 in the UK. Civil Engineering, Education, Law, Sociology, Accounting & Finance, Electrical & Electronic Engineering are some of its strongest areas. Notable alumni include economist Adam Smith, two former British Prime Ministers, a number of Nobel laureates and Regina Ip (former Secretary for Security of Hong Kong).

69th
in World
University Ranking
17th
in UK University
Ranking
1st
in Animal Science,
Dentistry, Education, Nursing
2nd
in Civil Engineering,
Medicine, Veterinary Medicine
4th
in Aerospace Engineering, Drama, Dance &
Cinematics, Electrical & Electronic Engineering
5th
in Accounting &
Finance, Sports Science
6th
in Law,
Music, Pharmacology
7th
in Anatomy & Physiology, Archaeology & Forensic
Science, Art & Design, Geography, Sociology

University of York (22)

University of York enjoys worldwide recognition and is now ranked the 134th globally (QS 2019) and the 22nd in the UK. With strong focus on the humanities and sciences, York is a research-intensive university and a member of the Russell Group, which symbolises the highest research and academic standard in the UK. Overall research quality was ranked within top 15 in the UK by the latest research assessment exercise (REF 2014). Its Communication & Media, English, Psychology, Criminology, Biological Sciences and Chemistry are ranked among UK’s top 10.

In slightly over 50 years’ time since its establishment, alumni of University of York has became active players in British politics and include many notable people in areas such as literature, history, music, etc. Notable alumni from Asia include Yeung Sum (former LegCo member of Hong Kong) as well as Han Seung Soo (former Prime Minister of South Korea).

134th
in World
University Ranking
22nd
in UK University
Ranking
3rd
in English,
Chemistry
8th
in Criminology,
Psychology
9th
in Biological Sciences,
Communication & Media
13th
in
Politics
PPE
Foundation at York offers a Progression Route
to PPE (Philosophy, Politics & Economics)
14th
in Business Studies, Social Work,
Drama, Dance & Cinematics
16th
in Music,
Social Policy
18th
in Law, Sociology,
Computer Science

University of Essex (29)

As one of the best in Social Sciences, University of Essex is ranked the 29th in the UK. Researches in Economics, Psychology, Politics and Philosophy are all highly rated by REF (2014). Respectively 93%, 90%, 87% and 85% of researches in these disciplines were rated World Leading and Internationally Excellent – a very impressive achievement for a university with only 50 years of history. A number of professors in the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Hong Kong are graduates of University of Essex. Other notable alumni include LegCo members LEUNG Yiu-chung and British film director Mike Leigh.

29th
in UK University
Ranking
1st
in Drama,
Dance & Cinematics
5th
in Art &
Design
8th
in
Politics
14th
in Electrical &
Electronic Engineering
16th
in
Economics
17th
in
Criminology
32nd
in Sociology,
Philosophy

University of the West of England, Bristol (58)

Set in the creative city of Bristol, University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) was formerly a polytechnic and was granted full university status in 1992. Employability remains at the heart of UWE Bristol’s education. The already tight relationships with employers continue to foster, which now include formal links with the BBC, Airbus, etc. Career support services of UWE Bristol were voted the best in the UK in 2014 while graduate employability comes as the 8th in the UK with over 95% of graduates in employment within six months after graduation. UWE Bristol provides academic programmes in as many as 36 disciplines, among which Building & Surveying, Architecture, Town Planning and Art & Design are the strongest. UWE’s Bristol School of Animation enjoys a worldwide reputation. Chris Ford, creative director of PIXAR, is also one of UWE Bristol’s graduates!

58th
in UK University
Ranking
6th
in Building &
Surveying
9th
in
Architecture
14th
in Art & Design,
Town Planning
23rd
in
Physiotherapy
30th
in Aerospace
Engineering
TOP-UP
Accepts Entry to Year 2-3
from Sub-Degrees

Bournemouth University (78)

Set in the coastal resort town of Bournemouth, on the south coast of England, Bournemouth University is one of the polytechnics that were granted university status in 1992. The University is most famous for Computer Animation and Tourism & Hospitality Management.

Bournemouth University is a successful advocate of work placement, who is able to offer placement opportunities all honour degree students, and nearly 90% of its students have taken up the offer of placement in the past – one of the highest participation rate among UK universities. These have resulted in much improved employability. The retail management degree, for example, has achieved an impressive 100% employment rate for eight consecutive years!

National Centre for Computer Animation (NCCA), the animation school of Bournemouth University, is named the 13th best animation school in the world by Animation Career Review. Aimed at training tomorrow’s technical directors in the animation field, the BA (Hons) Computer Animation Technical Arts involves a 50/50 mix of creative and technical training. Graduates of Bournemouth University have worked in films such as The Martian, Avator, Star Wars: The Force Awakens and more. More than 50 alumni have participated in the production of Oscar’s Best Visual Effect winner, Gravity.

10th
in
Physiotherapy
COMPUTER ANIMATION
Name the 13th best animation school in the world by Animation Career Review.
More than 50 alumni have participated in the production of Oscar’s Best Visual Effect winner, Gravity.
20th
in General
Engineering
21st
in Art &
Design
23rd
in Hospitality &
Tourism

University of Westminster (114)

University of Westminster is located in the heart of London and is formerly the Royal Polytechnic Institution, which was founded in 1838 and was Britain’s first polytechnic institution. The University was officially granted university status in 1992. Today it remains the choice of many in London for continuing education.

Journalism, Architecture and Art & Design are among its strongest subjects. It was ranked by the QS University Guide 2018 as the 6th in the UK and the 40th globally for Communication & Media Studies. The School of Architecture was also voted the 2nd best by practising architects in Architects’ Journal. With its long history of teaching, alumni of University of Westminster is spread across different sectors, especially the architecture, art & design as well as the media – many of them are people awarded the Order of the British Empire for their contribution to their professions.

6th
in the UK for Communication &
Media Studies (QS 2018)
40th
in the World for Communication &
Media Studies (QS 2018)
2nd
School of Architecture was also voted the 2nd best
by practising architects in Architects’ Journal

University of Brighton (123)

The seaside resort Brighton in the South of England is now more than a famous tourist destination, but also an important cluster of the creative industries near London. The University of Brighton has long enjoyed a reputation in Art and Design and is well-known for its Fashion Design, Architecture and Graphic Design. It has been constantly regarded as one of the top 50 fashion schools in the world by popular fashion website “Fashionista”. In recent years, other disciplines such as Sports Science and Hospitality & Tourism are enjoying a growing reputation. University of Brighton also offers foundation programmes that can lead to a degree in Podiatry, which suits students who are interested in medical related disciplines!

TOP 50
One of Top 50 Fashion Schools in the World
by Popular Fashion Website “Fashionista”
PODIATRY
Offers foundation programmes that
can lead to a degree in Podiatry
31st
in Physiotherapy,
Building & Surveying
50th
in
Architecture
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26/9 Thursday

5:30PM - 7:00PM

Durham University

Durham University

Type: Interview & Information Day (University)
Target: F.5 or Above
Location: British United
University Foundation
Progress onto Year 1 of Degree
International Year One
Progress onto Year 2 of Degree
Undergraduate Postgraduate

A member of the Russel Group, Durham University is now ranked the 74th globally (QS 2019) and the 7th in the UK. In REF 2014, 83% of its research was assessed as being of “world-leading” or “internationally excellent”. The University teaches a wide range of academic disciplines, in which 16 disciplines are within Top 5 in the UK. Like many traditional universities, Durham University is strongest in Law, the humanities (such as Anthropology, Education, etc) and sciences (such as Physics and Chemistry) while Business Studies and Accounting & Finance are ranked the 15th. Durham University is also one of the ten most targeted UK universities by leading recruiters in 2017/18. Notable alumni included Steve Easterbrook (CEO of McDonald’s), Cecil Chao (Hong Kong Billionaire) and Richard Adams (Founder of fairtrade organization Thraidcraft).

74th
in World
University Ranking
7th
in UK University
Ranking
1st
in Geography,
Music
2nd
in Classics,
English
3rd
in Education,
History
4th
in Archaeology & Forensic Science,
Chemistry, Physics & Astronomy
5th
in
Mathematics
7th
in Law,
Geology

Subjects of Strength (Subject Ranking)

Geography & Environmental Sciences (1), Music (1), Classics & Ancient History (2), English (2), Theology & Religious Studies (2), Education (3), History (3), Middle Eastern & African Studies (3), Russian & East European Languages (3), Archaeology & Forensic Science (4), Chemistry (4), East & South Asian Studies (4), Iberian Languages (4), Italian (4), Physics & Astronomy (4), Mathematics (5), French (6), Geology (7), German (7), Law (7), Computer Science (8), Sports Science (8), General Engineering (9), Philosophy (10), Criminology (11), Anthropology (12), Biological Sciences (13), Economics (14), Sociology (14), Accounting & Finance (15), Business Studies (15), Psychology (15), Politics (17)

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28/9 Saturday

2:30PM - 4:00PM

St Andrew’s Prep School

St Andrew’s Prep School

Type: Interview & Information Day (Boarding School)
Target: P.4 to F.2
Location: British United
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
£8630 £8630 £8630 - - -

St Andrew’s Prep School is the preparatory school of the prestigious boarding school, Eastbourne College. Students mainly come from local families. With its excellent academic and extra-curricular performance, approximately 75% students continue their studies in Eastbourne College after graduation. The other students mostly progress to other top boarding schools in the South of England, including Brighton College, Dauntsey’s, Dulwich College and Harrow School.

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28/9 Saturday

2:30PM - 4:00PM

Boarding School Seminar

Boarding School Seminar

Type: Seminar
Target: P.4 to F.7
Location: British United
FULL
This seminar is fully booked. Please continue to support the session on 12/10 (Saturday) and 19/10 (Saturday). Thank you very much for your support!

What’s so good about studying in the UK? In addition to small class-size, excellent provision of facilities and more flexible teaching methods, what makes the As in UK student’s report cards? What options do students from the new 334 education system have, to continue their studies in the UK? What makes up the best preparation for progression to the finest universities? How does British boarding school experience benefit students when they apply to universities in Hong Kong? In the seminar, our education consultants will answer all these questions by sharing their own experience in the UK. The seminar is suitable for parents of primary and secondary school students and students themselves, who are interested in studying in the UK.

Content Highlights

  • The Education Systems: In what circumstances can Hong Kong students progress to the next year group in the UK? In which year groups does it offer more school options?
  • The Boarding School Life: What time is lights out time? What weekend activities are available for boarders? What are these unique school holidays in boarding schools?
  • The Public Exams: How do GCSE and A-levels subject choices affect your options in university? What subject combination may bring extra advantages to Hong Kong students?
  • GCSE & A-levels Reform: What were being reformed and when? Are the two exams more difficult now than before?
  • A brief analysis of Non-Jupas admission data
  • The Application Procedures: What should you consider when selecting a boarding school? What criteria are used when boarding schools select students?
  • Is it necessary to sit boarding school entrance exams (such as BUSSATs & UKiSet) in advance?
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5/10 Saturday

2:30PM - 3:30PM

UK University & Pathways Seminar

UK University & Pathways Seminar

Type: Seminar
Target: F.4 or above
Location: British United

Undergraduate Year One in Top 30 UK universities normally require 544 to 555 in HKDSE, with subject-specific requirement depending on your choices of programmes. If students fall short of such requirement, they can progress through International Year One or University Foundation Courses. These programmes accept entry at 433 to 322 in HKDSE and enable qualified students to progress onto Year 2 and Year 1 of an undergraduate programme in Top 30 UK universities respectively. Students aiming for top universities and highly-competitive subjects such as medicine and actuarial sciences, however, will benefit from the 1-Year A-levels which also allows them to apply to universities in Hong Kong through the Non-Jupas route.

In the seminar, our education consultants will introduce these four options for HKDSE students. Content includes university options, subject options, entry requirements, plus the procedures and important dates of UCAS.

Content Highlights

  • How does UCAS work? What are the important dates?
  • How to make best use of the five application quotas in your UCAS application?
  • Is it possible to have the sixth and the seventh quota?
  • Tips on writing a winning personal statement.
  • Options of university and academic disciplines in pathway programmes.
  • University Foundation Courses that accept applications from F.5 students.
  • The option of One-Year A-levels and a brief analysis of Non-Jupas admission data.
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7/10 Monday

Badminton School (Application Deadline for Year 12)

Badminton School (Application Deadline for Year 12)

Type: Deadline of Application for 2020/21 Cohort (Boarding School)
Target: P.4 to F.7
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
£8627 £8627 £12995 £12995 £12995 £12995

Badminton School is one of the top 100 independent schools as well as a top 10 girls boarding school in the UK. The school is highly competitive and has been the first choice of many students from Hong Kong elite schools. Students are very disciplined in Badminton School and have achieved outstanding exam results, with 73% to 91% of A-levels students getting A*-B (2009-2018). More than 10% of graduates get into Oxbridge each year. Notable alumni include former Prime Minister of India Indira Gandhi, award-winning British writer Dame Iris Murdoch and so on.

56% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
73% A*-B. Average Grades: ABB
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
87% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)
85th
The Telegraph Independent School Ranking (2018)

Application & Exam Arrangement

Students who are interested in enrolling in the September 2020 intake must submit their applications before the closing dates in accordance to their year groups. Eligible applicants will be invited to an admission interview after passing Badminton School’s entrance exams or the UKISET exams.

  • Year 12: Applications close on 7/10 (Monday)
  • Year 9-10: Applications close on 14/10 (Monday)
  • Year 7-8: Applications close on 9/12 (Monday)
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8/10 Tuesday

4:30PM - 6:30PM

Oswestry School

Oswestry School

Type: Interview & Information Day (Boarding School)
Target: F.1 to F.7
Location: British United
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
- - £9750 £11475 £11475 £11475

Oswestry School is one of England’s oldest schools that stands on the edge of a safe, typically English, old-fashioned market town surrounded by beautiful countryside. The school has good academic records and high standard in music, drama and the arts. Notable alumni include some renowned poets, artists and Jo Walton – the Hugo award winner.

While admission is non-selective, exam results have remained excellent throughout the years. In the past five years (2014-2018), A*-B rates at A-levels ranges from 45% to 64%.

16% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2019)
34% A*-B. Average Grades: CCC
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2019)
25% 9-7 / A*-A
% of 9-7 (or A*-A in the old grading scale) in GCSE (2019)
253rd
The Telegraph Independent School Ranking (2019)

1-Year GCSE

The one-year GCSE programme is a popular bridging programme before overseas students joined mainstream classes, suitable for F.4 students in Hong Kong. Students who study the programme in Oswestry School will be able to join the mainstream school as part of the normal timetable, in order to ensure they experience a typical English boarding school environment.

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8/10 Tuesday

5:30PM - 7:00PM

Terra Nova School

Terra Nova School

Type: Interview & Information Day (Boarding School)
Target: P.4 to F.2
Location: British United
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
£6996 £6996 £6996 - - -

Established in 1897, Terra Nova School is a small-scale boarding school in Cheshire. Its 32-acre campus is home to its own swimming pool, shooting range and many other amazing facilities! Currently there are about 230 students in the School, the majority of which come from white British families living in the area. Students graduate from Terra Nova School with good academic results. About 40% to 60% of them would continue their education in boarding schools (ie. the rest would progress to secondary day schools), including top schools such as Eton College, Rugby School, Shrewsbury School and many more!

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10/10 Thursday

4:30PM - 6:00PM

Harrogate Ladies’ College

Harrogate Ladies’ College

Type: Interview & Information Day (Boarding School)
Target: P.5 to F.7
Location: British United
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
£8250 £8250 £10370 £10370 £10370 £12625

Harrogate Ladies’ College is a girls’ boarding school in Yorkshire, where admissions is largely non-selective. But with a more personal approach in teaching and smaller class size, students show significant improvement. The majority of graduates continue their education in the North and Scotland. Durham, Edinburgh and York are all popular university choices, reflecting a good academic standard. A*-B rates in GCE A-levels over the past six years (2014-2018) range from 58% to 71%.

35% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
70% A*-B. Average Grades: BBC
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
49% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)
207th
The Telegraph Independent School Ranking (2018)
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10/10 Thursday

5:30PM - 7:00PM

Giggleswick School

Giggleswick School

Type: Interview & Information Day (Boarding School)
Target: F.1 to F.7
Location: British United
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
- - £10100 £12700 £12700 £12900

Giggleswick School is an all-through co-educational boarding school in the North of England, with over 500 years of history. It has a beautiful 215-acre campus, located in the stunning Yorkshire Dales National Park, which is home to a 1.2-mile long mountain bike trail, golf course, shooting range, national fell running course, climbing wall and some of the best rock climbing in England. Taking full advantages of this amazing location, Giggleswick School provides unparalleled opportunities for sport and outdoors pursuits.

There are about 440 students currently, in which about 135 are GCE A-levels students, and the majority of boarders are British students. In the past three years (2016-2018), A*-B rates in A-levels have ranged from 64% to 68%, and 46% of GCSE candidates achieved A*-A equivalent (7-9) grades. Over 50% secured places at the top Russell Group Universities (Bath, Durham, Imperial College, etc).

36% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
42% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)
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10/10 Thursday

5:30PM - 7:00PM

Cardiff Sixth Form College

Cardiff Sixth Form College

Type: Interview & Information Day (Independent Sixth Form College)
Target: F.4 or Above
Location: British United
GCSE A-levels University Foundation
1-Year Programme 2-Year Programme -

Cardiff Sixth Form College is a top independent sixth form college in South Wales, which has obtained no. 1 places in GCE A-levels league tables since 2011. 2018 is no exception, in which the College saw 89% of exam entries graded in A*-A. Of about 138 students in the class of 2018, 41% of students achieved 3A* or better. 49 graduates gained entry into medical schools, studying highly competitive subjects such as Medicine, Veterinary Medicine and Dentistry. 18 graduates continued their education in Oxford and Cambridge University, while 42 made it to UCL, LSE and Imperial College and 17 were admitted by University of Hong Kong, Chinese University of Hong Kong and City University of Hong Kong. Applicants should be made aware that Cardiff Sixth Form College maintains a high standard for progression to Year 13 (A2).

89% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
96% A*-B. Average Grades: A*AA
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
1st
The Telegraph Independent School Ranking (2018)

Popular University Destinations

Popular University Destinations of Cardiff Sixth Form College Graduates (2014-2017) No. of Graduates
London School of Economics (LSE) 64
University College London (UCL) 63
University of Cambridge 60
Imperial College London 57
University of Hong Kong 27
Chinese University of Hong Kong 26
University of Bristol 19
University of Warwick 19
King’s College London 15
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11/10 Friday

Caterham School (Application Deadline for Year 9 & Year 10)

Caterham School (Application Deadline for Year 9 & Year 10)

Type: Deadline of Application for 2020/21 Cohort (Boarding School)
Target: F.1 to F.7
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
- - - £12265 £12265 £12920

Caterham School is well known for its well mannered and disciplined students as well as its outstanding academic results. For years it has been one of the top options of students coming from top schools in Hong Kong. In 2018, Caterham School is ranked the 70th for performance in GCE A-levels examinations. With its advantageous, suburban location in South London, it is only 40 minutes away from Heathrow Airport. A*-B rates in GCE A-levels have been over 85% for 10 consecutive years since 2009, with four years at 90% or above. The majority of teachers live within the school campus and in neighbouring communities, making it possible to provide immediate assistance to any case of emergency.

58% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
85% A*-B. Average Grades: ABB
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
80% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)
70th
The Telegraph Independent School Ranking (2018)

Application & Exam Arrangement

Students who are interested in enrolling in the September 2020 intake must submit their applications before the closing dates in accordance to their year groups. Eligible applicants will be invited to an admission interview after passing the entrance exams.

  • Year 9 & Year 10: Applications close on 11/10 (Friday)
  • Year 12: Applications close on 1/11 (Friday)
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12/10 Saturday

2:30PM - 4:00PM

Boarding School Seminar

Boarding School Seminar

Type: Seminar
Target: P.4 to F.7
Location: British United

What’s so good about studying in the UK? In addition to small class-size, excellent provision of facilities and more flexible teaching methods, what makes the As in UK student’s report cards? What options do students from the new 334 education system have, to continue their studies in the UK? What makes up the best preparation for progression to the finest universities? How does British boarding school experience benefit students when they apply to universities in Hong Kong? In the seminar, our education consultants will answer all these questions by sharing their own experience in the UK. The seminar is suitable for parents of primary and secondary school students and students themselves, who are interested in studying in the UK.

Content Highlights

  • The Education Systems: In what circumstances can Hong Kong students progress to the next year group in the UK? In which year groups does it offer more school options?
  • The Boarding School Life: What time is lights out time? What weekend activities are available for boarders? What are these unique school holidays in boarding schools?
  • The Public Exams: How do GCSE and A-levels subject choices affect your options in university? What subject combination may bring extra advantages to Hong Kong students?
  • GCSE & A-levels Reform: What were being reformed and when? Are the two exams more difficult now than before?
  • A brief analysis of Non-Jupas admission data
  • The Application Procedures: What should you consider when selecting a boarding school? What criteria are used when boarding schools select students?
  • Is it necessary to sit boarding school entrance exams (such as BUSSATs & UKiSet) in advance?
    Bussats Test Centre in Hong Kong UKiset Test Centre in Hong Kong
Students attending the seminar can take home a free copy of The Metropolis UK Boarding School Guide by giving a Facebook Like to our Facebook page.
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14/10 Monday

1:00PM - 2:30PM

Shebbear College

Shebbear College

Type: Interview & Information Day (Boarding School)
Target: P.4 to F.7
Location: British United
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
£6470 £6470 £9330 £9330 £9330 £9330

Established in 1841, Shebbear College is a small-scale boarding school in the South-West of England. There are about 350 students in the School and about 20% of them are boarding students. Tuition fees are comparatively economical among independent schools. Students are allowed to stay in their boarding houses during half-terms. Performance in public exams is stable, with 47% to 61% of students gaining A*-B in GCE A-levels in the past five years (2015-2019).

25% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2019)
55% A*-B. Average Grades: BCC
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2019)
233rd
The Telegraph Independent School Ranking (2019)
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14/10 Monday

4:00PM - 5:30PM

Aston University

Aston University

Type: Interview & Information Day (University)
Target: HKDSE & GCE A-levels Graduates
Location: British United
University Foundation
Progress onto Year 1 of Degree
International Year One
Progress onto Year 2 of Degree
Undergraduate Postgraduate

Aston University is a university reputable for Business, Technology, Pharmacy and Medical-Related subjects located in Birmingham, Midlands of England. The University will open its medical school in 2018/19. Notable alumni include Anthony Cheung, former Secretary for Transport & Housing of Hong Kong. Graduate employability is key to an Aston’s education. Today 70% of students do a work placement as part of their degrees. And the University has made it a target to make sure that 100% of students to do so by 2020.

The reputable Aston Business School is one of the few business schools that are triple accredited by AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS. The Business School is also the most popular faculty in Aston University, which makes up near half of student population, and is ranked 85th in the world for Master’s in Management by Financial Times (2016). In Medical-Related subjects, Aston University is one of the few universities that offer Audiology and Optometry.

56th
in UK University
Ranking
13th
in Medical-Related
Subjects, Pharmacy
18th
in Building &
Surveying
22nd
in Social
Policy
24th
in Economics, Chemistry,
Chemical Engineering
26th
in General
Engineering
29th
in Accounting &
Finance

Subjects of Strength (Subject Ranking)

Medical Related (13), Pharmacology & Pharmacy (13), Building & Surveying (18), Social Policy (22), Chemical Engineering (24), Chemistry (24), Economics (24), Biological Sciences (25), General Engineering (26), Sociology (28), Accounting & Finance (29), German (31), Electrical & Electronic Engineering (32), Aeronautical & Manufacturing (33), Politics (35), Business Studies (37), Iberian Languages (40), Mechanical Engineering (40)

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14/10 Monday

Badminton School (Application Deadline for Year 9-10)

Badminton School (Application Deadline for Year 9-10)

Type: Deadline of Application for 2020/21 Cohort (Boarding School)
Target: P.4 to F.7
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
£8627 £8627 £12995 £12995 £12995 £12995

Badminton School is one of the top 100 independent schools as well as a top 10 girls boarding school in the UK. The school is highly competitive and has been the first choice of many students from Hong Kong elite schools. Students are very disciplined in Badminton School and have achieved outstanding exam results, with 73% to 91% of A-levels students getting A*-B (2009-2018). More than 10% of graduates get into Oxbridge each year. Notable alumni include former Prime Minister of India Indira Gandhi, award-winning British writer Dame Iris Murdoch and so on.

56% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
73% A*-B. Average Grades: ABB
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
87% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)
85th
The Telegraph Independent School Ranking (2018)

Application & Exam Arrangement

Students who are interested in enrolling in the September 2020 intake must submit their applications before the closing dates in accordance to their year groups. Eligible applicants will be invited to an admission interview after passing Badminton School’s entrance exams or the UKISET exams.

  • Year 12: Applications close on 7/10 (Monday)
  • Year 9-10: Applications close on 14/10 (Monday)
  • Year 7-8: Applications close on 9/12 (Monday)
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14/10 Monday

5:30PM - 7:00PM

University of Dundee (Architecture)

University of Dundee (Architecture)

Type: Interview & Information Day (University)
Target: F.5 or Above
Location: British United
University Foundation
Progress onto Year 2 of 4-Year Degree
International Year One
Progress onto Year 3 of 4-Year Degree
Undergraduate Postgraduate

Globally ranked the 272nd (QS 2019) and the 27th in the UK, University of Dundee is ranked among the Top 20 in many academic disciplines, including Architecture, Art & Design, Civil Engineering, Education, Town Planning and many more!

While undergraduate degrees are usually four years in duration under the Scottish education system, many programmes in University of Dundee allow advanced entry into Year 2, if students get good enough grades. In addition to that, University of Dundee also offers a 3-year LLB law degree and a 5-year master’s in Architecture (ie. combining a 3-year undergraduate and a 2-year postgraduate degree in Architecture).

In Biomedical Science, University of Dundee runs an undergraduate degree in collaboration with National University of Singapore (NUS), in which students can spend up to 18 months studying in NUS – which is itself one of Asia’s finest universities!

27th
in UK University
Ranking
3rd
in
Dentistry
4th
in Biological
Sciences
8th
in Law,
Education
Law 3-Year LLB
Offers a 3-Year LLB – the same course
duration as other UK universities
10th
in Art & Design, Medicine,
Medical-Related Subjects
16th
in Town
Planning
17th
in
Architecture
Architecture 5-Year MArch
Offers a 5-Year MArch (combining a 3-year undergraduate
and a 2-year postgraduate degree in Architecture)

Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design (DJCAD)

Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design (DJCAD), University of Dundee is a century-old art school in Scotland. Ranked the 10th in Art & Design, the College is one of the finest art schools in the UK, reputable for its excellence in teaching and academic research. DJCAD offers programmes in animation, fine art, graphics design and films, as well as some less common programmes such as interactive media and jewellery design. Alumni include Turner Prize winner Susan Philipsz who took home a Turner Prize in 2010.

Details of Event: Architecture | Portfolio Assessment & Advices

BArch Course Leader & Admissions Tutor Carol Robertson from Architecture will attend the event. She will be happy to meet with students and parents individually to answer questions related to University of Dundee and related academic disciplines in terms of course content, career prospects and more! The event is suitable for students interested in Architecture in University of Dundee.

Students with their portfolio are welcome to meet with the academic for portfolio assessment, or obtain advices on their portfolio development. Students will be admitted on the spot if their portfolio is able to fulfill entry requirement.

Subjects of strength (Subject Ranking)

Archaeology & Forensic Science (2), Dentistry (3), Biological Sciences (4), Anatomy & Physiology (5), Social Work (6), Education (8), Law (8), Art & Design (10), Medical Related (10), Medicine (10), Town & Country Planning & Landscape Architecture (16), Architecture (17), Pharmacology & Pharmacy (18), Civil Engineering (20), Computer Science (20), Mathematics (22), English (23), History (23), Geography & Environmental Sciences (25), Mechanical Engineering (29), Nursing (32), Politics (33), Accounting & Finance (36)

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14/10 Monday

5:30PM - 7:00PM

Fyling Hall School

Fyling Hall School

Type: Interview & Information Day (Boarding School)
Target: P.4 to F.7
Location: British United
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
£6403 £6403 £7540 £7540 £7776 £7776

Fyling Hall School is an all-through boarding school situated in the North York Moors National Park in Yorkshire, North of England. With a 45-acre campus and about 2-minute drive away from the Robin Hood’s Bay, Fyling Hall School is one of the few boarding schools that can provide such spacious environment for activities, close to sea, and in relatively economical prices! Established in 1923, graduates from Fyling Hall School have had excellent achievements in the society – Notable alumni include seasoned journalist and former BBC news presenter Philip Hayton, as well as British folk singer Eliza Carthy MBE.

35% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
63% A*-B
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
24% 9-7 / A*-A
% of 9-7 (or A*-A in the old grading scale) in GCSE (2018)

Best Improvement: Top 5% in the UK for Value-Addedness

Adopting a non-selective admissions policy, Fyling Hall School focuses on helping students with different abilities to strive for improvements. Students at Fyling Hall School benefit from small class size, and the availability of after-class tutorials. According to statistics from the Department for Education, Fyling Hall School was one of UK’s top 5% of schools for value-addedness in the past two years (2017-2018). In 2018, it’s one of the top 10 schools for value-addedness! These mean that students have showed significant improvements after joining Fyling Hall School. In the past few years, the brightest students from Fyling Hall School have made it to University of Oxford (studying fine art and biochemistry) and University of Cambridge (studying Medicine) – which is especially encouraging stories coming from a non-selective school!

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15/10 Tuesday

4:00PM - 5:30PM

Claremont School

Claremont School

Type: Interview & Information Day (Boarding School)
Target: F.1 to F.7
Location: British United
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
- - £9100 £10750 £10750 £10750

Established in 1925, Claremont School is a boarding school in the south west of England. Its boarding houses are located off-campus, but are well-connected with school bus services. The class of 2018 saw one successful Medicine applicant, and a number of graduates were granted academic scholarships for their computer science degrees. Claremont School runs its own football academy, providing advanced coaching to football-enthusiasts. Jim Colston, director of the football academy, has 25 years of experience of coaching and player recruitment and is also a Premier League Scout, with links to football clubs in Britain and Europe, including Crystal Palace, Arsenal, AC Milan, etc.

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15/10 Tuesday

5:00PM - 6:30PM

Windermere School

Windermere School

Type: Interview & Information Day (Boarding School)
Target: P.4 to F.7
Location: British United
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
£7833 £7833 £9600 £10650 £10650 £10760

Located in the lake district of England, Windermere School provides education from primary to sixth form – where the IB diploma programme is taught. The landscape in the Lake District provides the School with some very unique ground for extracurricular activities. Students will have the opportunities to partake in water sports, mountain biking and outdoor excursions under the backdrop of such picturesque scenery. Academically, average score in IB exams is 33.9 in 2019.

44% 9-7 / A*-A
% of 9-7 (or A*-A in the old grading scale) in GCSE (2019)
33.9
Average IB Score (2019)
84th
The Telegraph Independent School Ranking (2019)
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15/10 Tuesday

5:30PM - 7:00PM

Worth School

Worth School

Type: Interview & Information Day (Boarding School)
Target: F.1 to F.7
Location: British United
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
- - £7390 £11740 £11740 £11740

Worth School is a catholic boarding school in the South of England. While occupying a 500-acre site in picturesque rural area, the School is less than one hour’s drive away from London Heathrow airport. Students in Worth School have the choice of GCE A-levels and the International Baccalaureate (IB) in sixth form. The School also runs the 1-Year GCSE programmes (suitable for Hong Kong students after completion of F.4), after which students can then progress onto GCE A-levels or the IB in Worth School. In public exams, about 2/3 of students achieved A*-B grades in GCE A-levels 2019.

50% 9-7 / A*-A
% of 9-7 (or A*-A in the old grading scale) in GCSE (2019)
34.5
Average IB Score (2019)
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15/10 Tuesday

City of London Freemen’s School (Application Deadline)

City of London Freemen’s School (Application Deadline)

Type: Deadline of Application for 2020/21 Cohort (Boarding School)
Target: F.3 to F.7
Termly Boarding Fees in 2018/19 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
- - - £10260 £10260 £10272

City of London Freemen’s School is a boarding school run by the City of London Corporation. With excellent track records of academic results, the School is a popular choice among local families. In the past ten years (2009-2018), City of London Freemen’s School saw over 83% of its students getting A*-B grades in GCE A-levels. In 2018, ten graduates were successful with their application to University of Oxford and University of Cambridge. Notable alumni include British actor Andrew Garfield (known for his role playing Spider-Man) and Joe Strummer (front-man of the British band the Clash). Currently over 90% of students in City of London Freemen’s School are local day students and boarding places for international students are very limited. Students are therefore recommended to apply one year in advance.

63% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
87% A*-B. Average Grades: AAB
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
83% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)
50th
The Telegraph Independent School Ranking (2018)

Application & Exam Arrangement

Students who are interested in enrolling in the September 2020 intake must submit their applications before the deadline (15/10, Tuesday). Eligible applicants will be invited to an admission interview after passing the entrance exams.

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16/10 Wednesday

4:30PM - 6:30PM

Loughborough Grammar School

Loughborough Grammar School

Type: Interview & Information Day (Boarding School)
Target: P.6 to F.7
Location: British United
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
- £10680 £10680 £10680 £10720 £10740

Loughborough Grammar School is a boys’ boarding school in the Midlands with over 500 years of history and a reputation for outstanding academic result. These, with its relatively economical boarding fees, have made Loughborough Grammar School a very popular option for Hong Kong students. In the past five years (2014-2018), A*-B rates in GCE A-levels ranged from 66% to 81%, which have put the School within Top 100 in the UK. On average, every year 98% of students either gain entry into their first choice or a Russell Group research-intensive university, with an average of 12 students making it to Oxbridge.

47% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
75% A*-B
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
65% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)
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16/10 Wednesday

5:00PM - 7:00PM

Sidcot School

Sidcot School

Type: Interview & Information Day, Parent Meetings (University)
Target: F.1 to F.7
Location: British United
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
- - £9430 £9430 £9950 £11230

Sidcot School is a co-educational boarding school with over 300 years of history, located near the coast of the South West of England. Boarders are accepted starting from year 7. GCE A-levels and IB Diploma are both available for sixth-formers. Its campus covers 170 acres of land (approximately 3.5 times bigger than the Victoria’s Park of Hong Kong) and comes with superb facilities. Horse riding has long been part of the School’s tradition and a BHS-approved equestrian Centre is run on-campus. Sidcot School is academically outstanding with about 63% of students achieving A*-B in GCE A-levels 2018 and an IB average score of 31.

40% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
63% A*-B
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
31
Average IB Score (2018)

Details of Event

INTERVIEW & ADMISSION INFO
5PM – 7PM

Students and parents meet with Registrar Claire Rundle from Sidcot School individually to discuss their suitability and for admission interviews. Translation can be provided when necessary.

PARENT MEETING
5PM – 7PM

Registrar Claire Rundle from Sidcot School meets with parents of existing students, to provide updates about students’ school life in the UK.

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17/10 Thursday

5:00PM - 7:00PM

Royal Masonic School for Girls

Royal Masonic School for Girls

Type: Interview & Information Day (Boarding School)
Target: P.4 to F.7
Location: British United
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
£7435 £7435 £10440 £10440 £10440 £10440

Royal Masonic School for Girls is a top boarding school that occupies a picturesque campus of 150 acres (that’s 3 times bigger than HK Victoria Park), where a few featured movies were filmed. Located in suburban area North West of London, within the London tube system, it only takes about an hour by train to get from Heathrow Airport to Royal Masonic School for Girls. In the past five years (2014-2018), percentages of students achieving A*-B in GCE A-levels were steady at 72% to 85%.

26% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2019)
53% A*-B
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2019)
57% 9-7 / A*-A
% of 9-7 (or A*-A in the old grading scale) in GCSE (2019)
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17/10 Thursday

5:30PM - 7:00PM

Glenalmond College

Glenalmond College

Type: Interview & Information Day (Boarding School)
Target: F.1 to F.7
Location: British United
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
- - £9300 £12500 £12500 £13000

Situated in stunning rural area in Scotland, Glenalmond College is one of the oldest boarding schools in Scotland and where the Hong Kong governor David Wilson had his education! Glenalmond College has a high boarding ratio and very good academic tradition, where students are stimulated academically with a range of extra learning initiatives. Glenalmond College follows the English national curriculum and teaches the GCSE and GCE A-levels qualifications just like other independent schools in England and Wales. As many as 26 subjects are offered in GCE A-levels, including some less commonly-found subjects such as Music Technology, Classical History, etc. Glenalmond’s spacious campus provides students with superb facilities and grounds for outdoor activities, including its own golf courses. Students who like hiking will probably like the environment and the expeditions offered as part of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award scheme!

37% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
64% A*-B. Average Grades: BBC
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
53% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)
197th
The Telegraph Independent School Ranking (2018)

Strong Tradition of Golf

Glenalmond College has a strong tradition of golf, and owns a 9-hole course designed by former Open Champion, James Braid. A specialist golf development programme is offered, which includes regular training sessions in partnership with Dean Robertson at Stirling University’s Golf performance Centre, golf range visits and golf tour. Students with a particular interest in golf will find Glenalmond College an attractive option.

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18/10 Friday

12:00PM - 1:30PM

Stonyhurst College

Stonyhurst College

Type: Interview & Information Day (Boarding School)
Target: P.4 to F.7
Location: British United
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
£9650 £9650 £9650 £12450 £12450 £12450

Stonyhurst College is one of the most prestigious boarding schools in the North. With more than 400 years of history, the School has educated some of the very important figures in modern history, including Sir Frederick Weld (New Zealand’s Prime Minister) and Charles Carroll of Carrollton (signatory of the Declaration of Independence of the USA). Its campus includes a Grade-1 historic building and is the largest among all British boarding schools. In the past five years (2014-2018), A*-B rates in GCE A-levels ranged from 58% to 71%. Every year there are students gaining places in Oxbridge.

37% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
63% A*-B. Average Grades: BBC
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
57% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)
33.1
Average IB Score (2018)
175th
The Telegraph Independent School Ranking (2018)
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18/10 Friday

5:30PM - 7:00PM

Queen Anne’s School

Queen Anne’s School

Type: Interview & Information Day (Boarding School)
Target: F.1 to F.7
Location: British United
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
- - £12690 £12690 £12690 £12690

Queen Anne’s School is a girls’ boarding school located in the suburb of Reading, in the south of England. It’s a boarding school with over 120 years of history, known for outstanding results and its forward looking approach to education. Queen Anne’s has advocated STEM education, promoted the important of learning skills via its own teaching & learning research initiative “Brain Can Do”, and introduced new options of extracurricular activities, to make sure that its teaching will stands the test of time! The School has constantly achieved outstanding results in public exams. In the past four years (2015-2018), A*-B rates ranged from 64% to 77%, with students progressing to top UK universities such as Bristol, Durham, King’s College London, Imperial College and more!

69% A*-B
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
69% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)

One-Year GCSE

Queen Anne’s School can allow a limited number of students to join them in Year 11 every year, where they would spend about a year to prepare for GCSE. Students will join British students in mainstream classes, instead of attending separate classes like what they would do in a lot of one-year GCSE programmes, which help students adapt to their new learning environment. It’s an excellent option for F.4 students with good level of English!

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18/10 Friday

Whitgift School (Application Deadline for Year 12)

Whitgift School (Application Deadline for Year 12)

Type: Deadline of Application for 2020/21 Cohort (Boarding School)
Target: F.3 to F.7
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
- - - £13380 £13380 £13380

Whitgift School is a top all boys boarding school with a very advantageous location in London (Zone 5). With the options of GCE A-levels and International Baccalaureate (IB) in sixth form, Whitgift School enjoys a very good reputation in academic work and music and has in the past (2008-2011) been listed as one of the best 50 schools in the UK, out of 3000 schools. In recent years, however, Whitgift School has refused to be included in league tables published by newspapers in the UK – a move employed by many top independent schools to avoid parents paying too much attention on public exam results and overlooking other important aspects of education. That doesn’t mean that Whitgift School has lowered its standard on academic work though. In 2018, the A*-B rate in GCE A-levels remains an impressive 84%. In International Baccalaureate (IB) exams, the average score is 38, out of the 45 full marks – results that would have put the School in top positions in any league tables.

In Music, Whitgift School is famous for the orchestra, which collaborated with the The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in London in 2011 and has performed in many other countries including Japan, Spain, German and more.

Since 2013, Whitgift School has expanded its boarding provision and can now provide more than 100 boarding places – which still does not satisfy the demand, making competition for places extremely fierce. Students are advised to apply two to three years in advance.

51% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
84% A*-B
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
79% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)
38
Average IB Score (2018)

Application & Exam Arrangement

Students who are interested in enrolling in the September 2020 intake must submit their applications before the closing dates in accordance to their year groups. Eligible applicants will be invited to an admission interview after passing Whitgift School’s entrance exams.

  • Year 12: Applications close on 18/10 (Friday)
  • Year 9: Applications close on 22/11 (Friday)
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18/10 Friday

Kingswood School (Application Deadline for Year 12)

Kingswood School (Application Deadline for Year 12)

Type: Deadline of Application for 2020/21 Cohort (Boarding School)
Target: P.4 to F.7
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
£8089 £8089 £9371 £11225 £11225 £11225

Located in the famous historic city of Bath, Kingswood School has been highly rated by Ofsted Inspection Report. Among many things, teaching, sports facilities and boarding facilities are exceptionally outstanding. About 2/3 teaching staff live inside the campus. Relationship between teachers and students is close. Achievement in public exams is exceptional with 76% of students gaining A*-B in GCE A-levels 2018. Kingswood School only offers a limited number of places to Hong Kong and Chinese students. Early application is highly recommended.

46% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
76% A*-B
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
68% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)

Application & Exam Arrangement

Students who are interested in enrolling in the September 2020 intake must submit a school report to Kingswood School for preliminary assessment. Eligible students will be informed for further assessments and are required to submit their applications on or before the specified deadlines in accordance to their year groups.

  • Year 7: Applications close on 25/10 (Friday)
  • Year 9: Applications close on 10/1/2019 (Friday)
  • Year 12: Applications close on 18/10 (Friday)

From our experience, since Kingswood School only offers a limited number of places to Hong Kong and Chinese students, school places can be fully filled very early. Parents are therefore recommended to submit school reports to Kingswood School for preliminary assessment early to avoid disappointment.

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19/10 Saturday

2:30PM - 4:00PM

Boarding School Seminar

Boarding School Seminar

Type: Seminar
Target: P.4 to F.7
Location: British United

What’s so good about studying in the UK? In addition to small class-size, excellent provision of facilities and more flexible teaching methods, what makes the As in UK student’s report cards? What options do students from the new 334 education system have, to continue their studies in the UK? What makes up the best preparation for progression to the finest universities? How does British boarding school experience benefit students when they apply to universities in Hong Kong? In the seminar, our education consultants will answer all these questions by sharing their own experience in the UK. The seminar is suitable for parents of primary and secondary school students and students themselves, who are interested in studying in the UK.

Content Highlights

  • The Education Systems: In what circumstances can Hong Kong students progress to the next year group in the UK? In which year groups does it offer more school options?
  • The Boarding School Life: What time is lights out time? What weekend activities are available for boarders? What are these unique school holidays in boarding schools?
  • The Public Exams: How do GCSE and A-levels subject choices affect your options in university? What subject combination may bring extra advantages to Hong Kong students?
  • GCSE & A-levels Reform: What were being reformed and when? Are the two exams more difficult now than before?
  • A brief analysis of Non-Jupas admission data
  • The Application Procedures: What should you consider when selecting a boarding school? What criteria are used when boarding schools select students?
  • Is it necessary to sit boarding school entrance exams (such as BUSSATs & UKiSet) in advance?
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21/10 Monday

Dauntsey’s School (Application Deadline)

Dauntsey’s School (Application Deadline)

Type: Deadline of Application for 2020/21 Cohort (Boarding School)
Target: F.1 to F.7
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
- - £12535 £12535 £12535 £12535

Dauntsey’s School has a long history of teaching and excellent academic results, which makes the School popular among Hong Kong elite school students. Hong Kong singer Eason Chan is one of its alumni. In the past ten years (2009-2018), there have been five years in which A-levels A*-B rates are at 80% or above.

48% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
77% A*-B
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
71% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)

In Dauntsey’s School, students are provided with a wide variety of adventurous pursuits and are encouraged to develop a strong spirit of adventure. These activities include sailing on board the ‘Jolie Brise’, a sailing ship with over 100 of history owned by Dauntsey’s School, as well as overseas expeditions which have in the past brought teachers and students to destinations such as Scotland, Morocco, India, Romania and many others.

Application & Exam Arrangement

Students who are interested in enrolling in the September 2020 intake must submit their applications before the closing dates in accordance to their year groups. Eligible applicants will be invited to an admission interview after passing the entrance exams.

  • Year 7: 21/10 (Monday)
  • Year 9: Considered on a case-by-case basis.
  • Year 12: 21/10 (Monday)
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21/10 Monday

5:30PM - 7:00PM

King Edward’s School

King Edward’s School

Type: Interview & Information Day (Boarding School)
Target: F.1 to F.7
Location: British United
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
- - £10925 £10925 £10925 £11350

King Edward’s School is a boarding school located in Surrey, south of England, with a 100-acre campus (about 2 times the size of HK Victoria Park). GCE A-levels was re-introduced in September 2015. Students may choose to study between GCE A-levels and the International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma in sixth-form. Over 70% of students are boarders (majority are British students) and day students come from local families. International students therefore can enjoy a very British boarding community.

The average IB points score for 2018 was 32.4. Some students went to UK top 20 universities including Durham, Bristol, Exeter and Warwick.

Arts education is an important part of King Edward’s School. Specialist programmes such as Art-in-Residence programmes are provided. Music Technology is proving very popular that the Mac Suite is provided with digital audio softwares Logic Pro X and Sibelius. Students who are interested in performing and visual arts and music will enjoy a great deal of extra support from King Edward’s School than other boarding schools.

46% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)
32.4
Average IB Score (2018)
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21/10 Monday

5:30PM - 7:00PM

Kent College, Pembury

Kent College, Pembury

Type: Interview & Information Day (Boarding School)
Target: P.4 to F.7
Location: British United
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
£8998 £8998 £11473 £11473 £11473 £11473

Kent College, Pembury is a traditional all girls boarding school in the South East of England, which is only 40 minutes away from London by train. Students from the College have consistently achieved outstanding results in public exams in the past ten years (2009-2018). A*-B rates in GCE A-levels are from 62% to 85%, with five years going at 75% and above.

Students with a particular interest in cookery, wine tasting or perhaps nutrition will find Kent College, Pembury an attractive option. Starting from Year 7, they will have the opportunities to opt for Food Technology and related subjects. At sixth form, they can take the Basic Certificate of the Leiths School of Food & Wine, which will equip them with the cookery skills and knowledge in nutrition that benefit a career as a chef or a nutritionist.

38% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
62% A*-B
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
57% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)
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23/10 Wednesday

5:00PM - 7:00PM

Queen Margaret’s School

Queen Margaret’s School

Type: Interview & Information Day (Boarding School)
Target: F.1 to F.7
Location: British United
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
- - £11230 £11230 £11230 £11230

Queen Margaret’s School is a girls’ boarding school in Yorkshire, North of England. Its 75-acre campus is 90 minutes away from Manchester Airport and 20 minutes away from the city of York. Boarding has its very own flavour in Queen Margaret’s School. Not only is it one of the few girls’ boarding schools that still has a high ratio of boarders, every Friday Queen Margaret’s School also provides stayover opportunities for day schools! In public exams, Queen Margaret’s School has in the past five years (2014-2018) achieved 69-85% A*-B rates in GCE A-levels and in 2018 a 68% A*-B rate. Many go on to higher education in the North, making Durham, Edinburgh and Manchester the most popular choices of universities, while some were admitted by University of Cambridge and University of Oxford.

48% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
79% A*-B. Average Grades: ABB
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
56% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)
138th
The Telegraph Independent School Ranking (2018)
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25/10 Friday

Kingswood School (Application Deadline for Year 7)

Kingswood School (Application Deadline for Year 7)

Type: Deadline of Application for 2020/21 Cohort (Boarding School)
Target: P.4 to F.7
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
£8089 £8089 £9371 £11225 £11225 £11225

Located in the famous historic city of Bath, Kingswood School has been highly rated by Ofsted Inspection Report. Among many things, teaching, sports facilities and boarding facilities are exceptionally outstanding. About 2/3 teaching staff live inside the campus. Relationship between teachers and students is close. Achievement in public exams is exceptional with 76% of students gaining A*-B in GCE A-levels 2018. Kingswood School only offers a limited number of places to Hong Kong and Chinese students. Early application is highly recommended.

46% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
76% A*-B
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
68% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)

Application & Exam Arrangement

Students who are interested in enrolling in the September 2020 intake must submit a school report to Kingswood School for preliminary assessment. Eligible students will be informed for further assessments and are required to submit their applications on or before the specified deadlines in accordance to their year groups.

  • Year 7: Applications close on 25/10 (Friday)
  • Year 9: Applications close on 10/1/2019 (Friday)
  • Year 12: Applications close on 18/10 (Friday)

From our experience, since Kingswood School only offers a limited number of places to Hong Kong and Chinese students, school places can be fully filled very early. Parents are therefore recommended to submit school reports to Kingswood School for preliminary assessment early to avoid disappointment.

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28/10 Monday

5:30PM - 7:00PM

College of Richard Collyer

College of Richard Collyer

Type: Interview & Information Day (State Sixth Form College)
Target: F.5 or Above
Location: British United
GCSE A-levels Annual Tuition & Accommodation Cost
- 2-Year Programme Approx. HKD$170,000 to $200,000

The College of Richard Collyer is ranked the 21th by GCE A-levels results, among state sixth form colleges in the UK. Its history can be traced back to 1540. The College now mainly offers GCE A-levels programmes with options of more than 40 subjects. In 2018, 60% of students were able to achieve A*-B in GCE A-levels. Teaching quality and learning support are also highly rated by the Ofsted, the government inspection body, granting it the highest “Outstanding” rating in these areas. In the past few years, the College has visited Hong Kong every year, during which they also meet with parents of existing students, helping parents keep track of the latest progress of their sons and daughters.

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31/10 Thursday

Abingdon School (Application Deadline for Year 9-10)

Abingdon School (Application Deadline for Year 9-10)

Type: Deadline of Application for 2020/21 Cohort (Boarding School)
Target: F.3 to F.7
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
- - - £13715 £13715 £13715

Abingdon School is a top UK boys’ boarding school in Oxfordshire where students are not only good in academic, but also in sports and the arts. With its strict admission criteria, the school usually only considers applications of Hong Kong elite school students.

Like many top independent schools, Abingdon School has refused to be included in school league tables, to avoid parents paying too much attention on public exam results and overlooking other important aspects of education. The school continues to perform exceptionally well in GCE A-levels that in the past ten years (2009-2018) A*-B rates were over 83%. In 2016, Abingdon School saw twelve of its graduates continue their education in Oxbridge, while the majority went to top universities such as Durham, Exeter, Bristol, Imperial College, UCL, etc.

62% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
87% A*-B
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
83% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)

Application & Exam Arrangement

Abingdon School recommends students who are interested in enrolling in the September 2020 intake to submit their applications before the deadlines listed below, in accordance to their year groups. Eligible applicants will be invited to sit an entrance exam and an admission interview.

  • Year 12: Applications close on 8/11 (Friday)
  • Year 9-10: Applications close on 31/10 (Thursday)
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1/11 Friday

Caterham School (Application Deadline for Year 12)

Caterham School (Application Deadline for Year 12)

Type: Deadline of Application for 2020/21 Cohort (Boarding School)
Target: F.1 to F.7
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
- - - £12265 £12265 £12920

Caterham School is well known for its well mannered and disciplined students as well as its outstanding academic results. For years it has been one of the top options of students coming from top schools in Hong Kong. In 2018, Caterham School is ranked the 70th for performance in GCE A-levels examinations. With its advantageous, suburban location in South London, it is only 40 minutes away from Heathrow Airport. A*-B rates in GCE A-levels have been over 85% for 10 consecutive years since 2009, with four years at 90% or above. The majority of teachers live within the school campus and in neighbouring communities, making it possible to provide immediate assistance to any case of emergency.

58% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
85% A*-B. Average Grades: ABB
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
80% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)
70th
The Telegraph Independent School Ranking (2018)

Application & Exam Arrangement

Students who are interested in enrolling in the September 2020 intake must submit their applications before the closing dates in accordance to their year groups. Eligible applicants will be invited to an admission interview after passing the entrance exams.

  • Year 9 & Year 10: Applications close on 11/10 (Friday)
  • Year 12: Applications close on 1/11 (Friday)
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8/11 Friday

Abingdon School (Application Deadline for Year 12)

Abingdon School (Application Deadline for Year 12)

Type: Deadline of Application for 2020/21 Cohort (Boarding School)
Target: F.3 to F.7
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
- - - £13715 £13715 £13715

Abingdon School is a top UK boys’ boarding school in Oxfordshire where students are not only good in academic, but also in sports and the arts. With its strict admission criteria, the school usually only considers applications of Hong Kong elite school students.

Like many top independent schools, Abingdon School has refused to be included in school league tables, to avoid parents paying too much attention on public exam results and overlooking other important aspects of education. The school continues to perform exceptionally well in GCE A-levels that in the past ten years (2009-2018) A*-B rates were over 83%. In 2016, Abingdon School saw twelve of its graduates continue their education in Oxbridge, while the majority went to top universities such as Durham, Exeter, Bristol, Imperial College, UCL, etc.

62% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
87% A*-B
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
83% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)

Application & Exam Arrangement

Abingdon School recommends students who are interested in enrolling in the September 2020 intake to submit their applications before the deadlines listed below, in accordance to their year groups. Eligible applicants will be invited to sit an entrance exam and an admission interview.

  • Year 12: Applications close on 8/11 (Friday)
  • Year 9-10: Applications close on 31/10 (Thursday)
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15/11 Friday

Dulwich College (Application Deadline)

Dulwich College (Application Deadline)

Type: Deadline of Application for 2020/21 Cohort (Boarding School)
Target: F.1 to F.7
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
- - £14782 £14782 £14782 £14782

Dulwich College is a top boys’ boarding school in London. With its excellent academic standard, many graduates have progressed onto medicine, engineering, law and other professional disciplines. The Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) gave the College a perfect score in every single category and awarded the College a rare ‘Exceptional’ accolade for Achievements and Learning. More than 90% of A-levels students have scored A*-B since 2007, which marks the school standing within top 50-100 UK independent schools.

62% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
88% A*-B. Average Grades: AAB
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
84% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)
55th
The Telegraph Independent School Ranking (2018)

Application & Exam Arrangement

Students who are interested in enrolling in the September 2020 intake must submit their applications before the deadline (15/11, Friday). Eligible applicants will be invited to an admission interview after passing the entrance exams.

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22/11 Friday

Whitgift School (Application Deadline for Year 9)

Whitgift School (Application Deadline for Year 9)

Type: Deadline of Application for 2020/21 Cohort (Boarding School)
Target: F.3 to F.7
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
- - - £13380 £13380 £13380

Whitgift School is a top all boys boarding school with a very advantageous location in London (Zone 5). With the options of GCE A-levels and International Baccalaureate (IB) in sixth form, Whitgift School enjoys a very good reputation in academic work and music and has in the past (2008-2011) been listed as one of the best 50 schools in the UK, out of 3000 schools. In recent years, however, Whitgift School has refused to be included in league tables published by newspapers in the UK – a move employed by many top independent schools to avoid parents paying too much attention on public exam results and overlooking other important aspects of education. That doesn’t mean that Whitgift School has lowered its standard on academic work though. In 2018, the A*-B rate in GCE A-levels remains an impressive 84%. In International Baccalaureate (IB) exams, the average score is 38, out of the 45 full marks – results that would have put the School in top positions in any league tables.

In Music, Whitgift School is famous for the orchestra, which collaborated with the The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in London in 2011 and has performed in many other countries including Japan, Spain, German and more.

Since 2013, Whitgift School has expanded its boarding provision and can now provide more than 100 boarding places – which still does not satisfy the demand, making competition for places extremely fierce. Students are advised to apply two to three years in advance.

51% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
84% A*-B
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
79% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)
38
Average IB Score (2018)

Application & Exam Arrangement

Students who are interested in enrolling in the September 2020 intake must submit their applications before the closing dates in accordance to their year groups. Eligible applicants will be invited to an admission interview after passing Whitgift School’s entrance exams.

  • Year 12: Applications close on 18/10 (Friday)
  • Year 9: Applications close on 22/11 (Friday)
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1/12 Sunday

Bedford School (Application Deadline)

Bedford School (Application Deadline)

Type: Deadline of Application for 2020/21 Cohort (Boarding School)
Target: P.5 to F.7
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
£7630 £9058 £9058 £11186 £11186 £11186

Bedford School is one of the few large-scale all-through boarding schools in the UK. Its preparatory school and senior school now educate over a thousand students. The School is also one of the few schools that offer both GCE A-levels and IB in sixth form, with outstanding results. Every year the School sees a number of students making it to University of Oxford and Cambridge. Such reputation has made Bedford School the first choice of many from Hong Kong’s top schools. In the past five years (2014-2018), A*-B rates in GCE A-levels are from 70% to 82% and is ranked one of the top 100 to 200 independent schools in the UK. Average score of the IB class of 2018 is 34.9.

Bedford School is the only school that has its own observatory and planetarium – a unique option for students with an interest in physics and astronomy.

35% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
70% A*-B. Average Grades: BBB
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
68% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)
34.9
Average IB Score (2018)
173rd
The Telegraph Independent School Ranking (2018)

Application & Exam Arrangement

Students who are interested in enrolling in the September 2020 intake must submit their applications on or before the deadline (1/12, Sunday). Eligible applicants will be invited to an admission interview after passing the entrance exams.

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9/12 Monday

Badminton School (Application Deadline for Year 7-8)

Badminton School (Application Deadline for Year 7-8)

Type: Deadline of Application for 2020/21 Cohort (Boarding School)
Target: P.4 to F.7
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
£8627 £8627 £12995 £12995 £12995 £12995

Badminton School is one of the top 100 independent schools as well as a top 10 girls boarding school in the UK. The school is highly competitive and has been the first choice of many students from Hong Kong elite schools. Students are very disciplined in Badminton School and have achieved outstanding exam results, with 73% to 91% of A-levels students getting A*-B (2009-2018). More than 10% of graduates get into Oxbridge each year. Notable alumni include former Prime Minister of India Indira Gandhi, award-winning British writer Dame Iris Murdoch and so on.

56% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
73% A*-B. Average Grades: ABB
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
87% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)
85th
The Telegraph Independent School Ranking (2018)

Application & Exam Arrangement

Students who are interested in enrolling in the September 2020 intake must submit their applications before the closing dates in accordance to their year groups. Eligible applicants will be invited to an admission interview after passing Badminton School’s entrance exams or the UKISET exams.

  • Year 12: Applications close on 7/10 (Monday)
  • Year 9-10: Applications close on 14/10 (Monday)
  • Year 7-8: Applications close on 9/12 (Monday)
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31/12 Tuesday

St Peter’s School (Application Deadline)

St Peter’s School (Application Deadline)

Type: Deadline of Application for 2020/21 Cohort (Boarding School)
Target: F.1 to F.7
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
- - £9475 £11135 £11135 £11135

St Peter’s School is a top boarding school in Yorkshire, with a long history that can be traced back to 627. In terms of public exam results, St Peter’s School is usually ranked among the Top 100-150 of independent schools in the UK. In the past ten years (2009-2018), A*-B rates are over 80% in eight years! Every year St Peter’s School has students gaining entry into Oxbridge. Entry standards are high and students are expected to have excellent fluency in English.

55% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
84% A*-B. Average Grades: ABB
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
70% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)
77th
The Telegraph Independent School Ranking (2018)

Application & Exam Arrangement

Students who are interested in enrolling in the September 2020 intake must submit their applications before the deadline (31/12, Tuesday). Eligible applicants will be invited to an admission interview after passing the entrance exams.

From our experience, places in the senior school can be fully filled very early. Parents are therefore recommended to submit school reports to St Peter’s School for preliminary assessment early to avoid disappointment.

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10/1 Friday

Kingswood School (Application Deadline for Year 9)

Kingswood School (Application Deadline for Year 9)

Type: Deadline of Application for 2020/21 Cohort (Boarding School)
Target: P.4 to F.7
Termly Boarding Fees in 2019/20 (3 Terms per Year)
Y4 – Y5 Y6 Y7 – Y8 Y9 Y10 – Y11 Y12 – Y13
£8089 £8089 £9371 £11225 £11225 £11225

Located in the famous historic city of Bath, Kingswood School has been highly rated by Ofsted Inspection Report. Among many things, teaching, sports facilities and boarding facilities are exceptionally outstanding. About 2/3 teaching staff live inside the campus. Relationship between teachers and students is close. Achievement in public exams is exceptional with 76% of students gaining A*-B in GCE A-levels 2018. Kingswood School only offers a limited number of places to Hong Kong and Chinese students. Early application is highly recommended.

46% A*-A
% of A*-A in GCE A-levels (2018)
76% A*-B
% of A*-B in GCE A-levels (2018)
68% A*-A / 9-7
% of A*-A (or 9-7 in reformed subjects) in GCSE (2018)

Application & Exam Arrangement

Students who are interested in enrolling in the September 2020 intake must submit a school report to Kingswood School for preliminary assessment. Eligible students will be informed for further assessments and are required to submit their applications on or before the specified deadlines in accordance to their year groups.

  • Year 7: Applications close on 25/10 (Friday)
  • Year 9: Applications close on 10/1/2019 (Friday)
  • Year 12: Applications close on 18/10 (Friday)

From our experience, since Kingswood School only offers a limited number of places to Hong Kong and Chinese students, school places can be fully filled very early. Parents are therefore recommended to submit school reports to Kingswood School for preliminary assessment early to avoid disappointment.

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