5pm to 7pm Wed 5th Sept 2012
in The Seminar Room, 22nd Floor, Bank of East Asia Building, 10 Des Voeux Road Central, Hong Kong
Re: Prince Philip Scholarship - Application Scheme
Every year, through the Prince Philip Scholarship, The Friends of Cambridge University in Hong Kong support the most talented local young people to pursue their tertiary education in one of the most renowned universities in the world Cambridge University. As part of our on-going effort to introduce Cambridge University and the Prince Philip Scholarship to the top students in Hong Kong, you and your students are cordially invited to participate in the following events:
PRINCE PHILIP SCHOLARSHIP SEMINAR
The Prince Philip Scholarship Seminar, which provides important information about the Scholarship, e.g. the application procedures, selection criteria and working schedule, will be held at the aforementioned time and venue. Current undergraduate students of Cambridge University, as well as representatives from the scholarship's Selection Committee, will be present to meet you and your students and offer their advice on the Scholarship as well as studies at Cambridge.
(For further information and downloading the application form, please refer to our website http://www.cambridge.org.hk/scholarship.html )
Due to limited seats, we can only allocate at most three places per school on a first-come-first-served basis. Please kindly sign up by filling out the
(http://www.cambridge.org.hk/ppseminar.html) to provide the names and contact details by 3rd of September.
ALUMNI EXPERIENCE SHARING
Our Cambridge alumni in Hong Kong are delighted to visit their own secondary schools to talk to students in secondary five to seven and share with them the experience and benefits of studying abroad and particularly at Cambridge. We believe such experience sharing would give the students an invaluable opportunity to learn more about overseas studies in an informal way. We will be happy to arrange an alumnus/alumna of your school who has studied at Cambridge to conduct a sharing session at your school if resources allow, and if the demand warrants, a separate seminar may be held.
Should you be interested, please feel free to contact Ms Cannie Kwan at 3608 8277 for further details.
We very much look forward to seeing you and your students at the forthcoming seminar.
David K.P. Li
Chairman, Executive Committee