University Visits

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

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

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

 

A. University Talks at SISHK

Please register for these talks via this link. 

Date / Time / Venue University / Lecture / Seminar Venue Topic(s)
9 Jan
(Tue)
12:45-13:30
(lunchtime)
King's College London

* Informal sharing and Q&A session on  studying in London, in a city campus and at KCL by Ms Sadia Wahid, International Officer, a follow-up from the previous KCL session in September.

Students who would like to learn more about KCL are strongly encouraged to attend the session and come prepared with questions.

DP2 students who have questions regarding your conditional offers, or any upcoming KCL interviews should meet Ms Wahid to clarify your doubts.
4/F Library Discussion Room Admissions; Application; Pursuing higher education in London
15 Jan
(Mon)
12:45-13:30
(lunchtime)
Imperial College London

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

Students applying to HKUST should attend this session.

4/F Library Discussion Room
Admissions; Application; Pursuing higher education in London
17 Jan
(Wed)
15:15 -16:15
(after school)
University College London (UCL)

* “Physics” or “Not Physics”?: examination, career, the world, the Universe and beyond the Universe.

Guest speaker Professor Kinwah Wu, Chair in Astrophysics and Head of Theory, Mullard Space Science Laboratory, will be here to share his knowledge and experience on:

1. UCL and Mullard Space Science Laboratory;
2. what he does as a university academic and a research scientist;
3. a modern overview of the physical world/universe and its underpinning physical principles; and
4. the current frontiers in physical science research — up to the meaning and philosophical aspects of time, reality and information.

Students who would like to find out more about pursuing Science at university level should attend this session.
6/F Seminar Room

Session is open to other schools

Registration is compulsory
Pursuing Science at university level
18 Jan
(Thu)
12:45-13:30
(lunchtime)
CUHK Faculty of Medicine

* Sharing session on the Faculty of Medicine at CUHK – programme overview, application requirements and process, and interview tips.

Students who are interested in pursuing medicine or healthcare-related courses in Hong Kong are strongly encouraged to attend the session. (There should be at least 4 guests)
4/F Library Discussion Room Pursuing medicine; application for medicine course
18 Jan
(Thu)
15:15-16:45
(after school)
Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music (NUS)

* Mr Tan Wei Boon, Senior Associate Director of YST Conservatory of Music (NUS) will be here to meet students and parents who would like to pursue a music/music-related degree.

15:15 – 15:45: Mr Tan will meet SISHK S3 – DP students who are aspiring to pursue a music/music-related degree. (Students may seek 1-1 guidance regarding their current level of playing/composition to prepare for future auditions)

15:45 – 16:45: Information and Q&A session on applications and admissions to YST Conservatory of Music (open to other schools)
4/F Library Discussion Room

Session is open to other schools.

Registration is compulsory
Pursuing music/music-related degrees
22 Jan
(Mon)
10:00-10:30
(recess)
University of Liverpool

* Information and Q&A session on application process and admissions to University of Liverpool, Liverpool Programmes and campus life by Ms Nia Evans, International Recruitment, Relations and Study Abroad Team.

Students who would like to pursue their higher education in the UK should attend this session.
4/F Library Discussion Room Admissions; Pursuing higher education in UK
29 Jan
(Mon)
12:45-13:30
(lunchtime)
Singapore Management University

* Sharing and Q&A session on the unique SMU FinTech Education, application process, and preparations for SMU interviews by Ms Jady Koh, Office of UG Admissions and Financial Assistance, a follow-up from the previous SMU session in September.
4/F Library Discussion Room Interviews; Application; Pursuing higher education in Singapore
31 Jan
(Wed)
15:30-16:30
(after school)


National University of Singapore

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

Organised by the Maths Department as part of STEM Week programme.
6/F Seminar Room Mathematics

 B. University Talks at External Venues

Date & Time University Venue Registration
12 Jan
(Fri)
19:00-21:00
Applying for BSc Physiotherapy: Talk by University of Birmingham

BSc Physiotherapy of the University of Birmingham is ranked first in the UK in The Complete University Guide 2018, and interest from Hong Kong applicants is increasing every year.

Join Mr Paul Jepson, Admissions Tutor and Clinical Tutor for BSc Physiotherapy, for an in depth look at the course and the opportunity to experience a mini taster lecture.

Key topics include:
Detailed course overview
Application and interview process and guidance
Mini taster lecture on sport injuries
Q&A session
Room 309, 3/F, British Council, 3 Supreme Court Road, Admiralty Register via this link.
12 Jan
(Fri)
17:45-19:00
King’s College London Taster Seminar: BSc in Sport and Exercise Medical Sciences

Are you interested in progressing to health-related careers in sport and medical science? This event offers an insight into an exciting new degree from King’s College London, which could be what you are looking for.

Both prospective undergraduate and postgraduate students are welcome to join this exhibition where the team will be providing an introduction to their universities as well as information on London life, fees, funding and application procedures.
Room 309, 3/F, British Council, 3 Supreme Court Road, Admiralty Please register via this link.
13 Jan
(Sat)
10:00-17:00
Meet UCL, Imperial College London, King’s College London and SOAS at the World Class Study in London Presentations and Exhibition in Hong Kong

An opportunity to engage with representatives from four of the world's leading universities - Imperial College London, King's College London, SOAS and UCL.
h could be what you are looking for.Launched this year and taught by academics and clinicians, the course aims to surpass traditional sport and exercise degrees by focusing on the effect of exercise on health improvement, while assessing the application of science, including nutrition and psychology, on human endurance and elite performance.
Grand Hyatt (Lounge & Library Rooms) 1 Harbour Road Hong Kong, Hong Kong Island Please register via this link.
17 Jan
(Wed)
19:00-21:00
Study Veterinary Medicine at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies of The University of Edinburgh

Discover what it is like to study veterinary medicine at the University of Edinburgh and the career prospects University of Edinburgh graduates enjoy around the world.
Room 307, 3/F, British Council, 3 Supreme Court Road, Admiralty Please register via this link.
17 Jan
(Wed)
16:00-20:00
University of Dundee – School of Medicine Information Session

Find out more about studying at Scotland's No.1 medical school (Guardian Good University Guide 2018) and get the opportunity to speak with two leading academics from the School of Medicine; Dr David Russell and Dr Michael J Murphy.
Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel 3 Canton Road Kowloon Please register via this link.
25 Jan
(Thu)
18:30-20:30
Information Session: Studying at the University of Reading

The University of Reading is one of the top 200 universities in the world. It is a global university with a world-class reputation for teaching, research and enterprise. Academic staff pioneer multidisciplinary work in International Development, Agriculture, Food Security, English Language Teaching, Environmental Sciences, Literature, Construction & Built Environment, Meteorology and Art & Design. Triple-accredited Henley Business School’s full-time MBA is consistently ranked top 50 in the world. Find out more about this university at the session.
Room 307, 3/F, British Council, 3 Supreme Court Road, Admiralty Please register via thislink.
27-28 Jan
(Sat-Sun)
13:00-19:00
Study UK Exhibition 2018

School representatives from UK universities, such as QMUL, Goldsmiths, the University of Sheffield, etc., will be there to offer all the information you need to know before you go. There will also be free workshops and seminars on life as an international student, as well as tips on preparing your UCAS application and preparing for the IELTS exam.
Hall 5G, HKCEC, Wan Chai Please register via thislink.
29 Jan
(Mon)
19:00-21:00
Meet the University of Birmingham

This is an excellent opportunity to meet with academic staff and alumni of the University of Birmingham. They will be giving information on studying at the University, campus life and world class facilities.
Room 307, 3/F, British Council, 3 Supreme Court Road, Admiralty Please register via thislink.
29 Jan
(Mon)
18:45-21:00
Undergraduate Studies in Medicine, Physiotherapy and the Sciences at University of East Anglia (UEA)

Ageing population is a trending issue globally and urgently requires graduates to understand the older generation’s needs and help them live healthily. In this session, staff from the Faculty of Science and Health Sciences of the University of East Anglia (UEA) are going to share the latest research trends and introduce our innovative undergraduate degree courses in Medicine, Physiotherapy and the Sciences.
Room 309, 3/F, British Council, 3 Supreme Court Road, Admiralty Please register via this link.