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EdUHK Undergraduate Programme Nominations Scheme 2019/20

posted 28 Nov 2018, 17:34 by Jackie Yun Kiu Wong
The Scheme aims to attract more young talent who aspire to develop their potential to the full and serve our school community. The Scheme is a deep collaboration with EduHK school partners aimed at selecting students who are deemed suitable for becoming outstanding professional educators.

Special Features
  1. The EdUHK will contact the nominees immediately after the deadline providing them with the latest programme information, timely advice and necessary assistance during the admission process.
  2. Nominees shortlisted by the respective subject departments will be interviewed in late June 2019. Students with excellent performance in the interview will be given priority of admission, if deemed appropriate.
  3. All nominees will be invited to join the "Buddy Scheme" under which one of our undergraduate students will become their buddy. He/she will contact the nominees after the HKDSE examination sharing with them his/her learning experiences at the University and providing them with some useful tips and advice throughout the admission process.
  4. The Scheme has been linked with entrance scholarship schemes associated with some school sponsoring bodies. The affiliated schools of these school sponsoring bodies will receive relevant information of the entrance scholarship schemes.
  5. The nominees will enjoy priority in attending programme promotional activities organized by our Programme Teams / Academic Departments.

Nomination Criteria
  1. The nominees through the School Principal's Nominations (SPN) Scheme under JUPAS can at the same time be nominated to this Scheme, but they must put our programmes (not including Higher Diploma in Early Childhood Education) as their Band A choices in order to meet the eligibility requirement.
  2. Normally, each school can nominate up to TEN S6 students to the Scheme with a maximum of TWO choosing our non-teacher education programmes in complementary disciplines (i.e. publicly-funded BA / BSocSc programmes) and the other choosing our BEd programmes.
  3. The nominees must have:
    - demonstrated a high standard of academic performance or strong achievements in a non-academic area (such as in sports / music / visual arts), and be prepared to commit themselves to our society;
    - been rated "excellent" or "good" in ALL of the 13 attributes in the School Reference Report; and
    - put their selected programmes as their Band A choices in JUPAS.

Interested students, please approach Miss Lee YS on or before 31 January 2019.
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