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10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Montreux International School (Switzerland)
Why choose the CP?

A world of opportunities
The detailed knowledge, skills and understanding gained from studying Diploma Courses, the Career-related Programme core and the industry-related study provide opportunities for:
- Employment: the transferrable skills fostered in the personal and professional skills course, combined with the specific knowledge and skills developed by students in their career-related studies, provide an opportunity for students to move directly into employment in their chosen field.
- Apprenticeships: apprenticeship schemes are available in many countries where students are given on-the-job training as well as classroom instruction in a particular craft or trade.
- Further education: students may wish to continue their education at educational institutions that specialise in their chosen field of study.
- Higher education: the combination of career-related qualifications with the knowledge and skills obtained from studying International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme courses, opens doors for students at renowned higher education institutions across the world.

Mr Arnold I. Szepesi, Admissions & Recruitment Manager

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

North London Collegiate School Jeju (Republic of Korea)
NLCS Jeju - Start Here. Go Anywhere

An Introduction to NLCS Jeju. Details of the First, Junior and Senior Schools. Our Facilities, Teachers and curriculums. A highly visual showcase of happy students engaged academically, in sports and arts. Our students truly enjoy life on Jeju in South Korea. We believe that every single student really does "Start here. Go anywhere."

Ms Helen Lock, Director of Admissions

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Bromsgrove International School (Thailand)
Introducing Boarding Programme at BIST

Mrs Tracey Tweddell, Head of Boarding

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Jinseki International School (Japan)
Japan's First International Boarding School

-Highlight the fantastic qualities of Jinseki International School and explain what makes this school so unique on a world stage.
-Convey the school's conception and its outlook on education and child development.
-Describe the school's location and why this geography makes us ideally placed.
-How we use the seasons to our advantage and allow the abundant nature to influence learning.
-Inform you about the school’s amazing facilities and 24-hour learning environment.
-How the homely boarding learning environment links to the classroom.
-Highlight our combination of the IPC and Japanese curriculum and explain how this is beneficial.
-Introduce our school advisors and give an overview of their expertise and experience.
-Explain how the school’s remote location has shielded it from the effects of the Global Pandemic.
-Let you know about the school’s fabulous Summer School opportunities.

Mr. Andrew Wolfenden, Teacher

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Ridley College (Canada)
Ridley College - Canada's Premiere IB Boarding School

Ridley College is a global leader in positive education. Learn how a Ridley Education can change your child's life!

Ms Jenna Cameron, Admissions Officer

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Westlake International School (Malaysia)
Experience the BEST

Ms May, Ms Sandrie, and Mr Klaas provide an insight to the learning and boarding experience at Westlake International School.

Ms May King, Principal
Ms Sandrie Alasandrie Thseira, Boarding House Parent
Mr Nicolaas Strating, Head of Key Stage 4 & Biology Teacher

11:30 AM - 12:00 pM

Regents International School Pattaya (Thailand)
Boarding in Paradise

Our students ask our School Principal, Ms Sarah Osborne-James, and our Head of Boarding, Mr Peter Gillmore, to explain why they think Regents is such a unique school in a very special location. Asking the questions are Vicky, one of our Year 12 International Baccalaureate Diploma students, Vladimir, one of our boarding students in Year 11 and Dayoon and Ploy, Head Students from our Primary school. Why do our students achieve great academic results, what more do we offer to develop our students and prepare them for the future, what is it like to be a boarder, what are the benefits of boarding in paradise? Our students also express their own views about these questions and much more, to help explain why Regents is a very special place to be.

Ms Sarah Osborne-James, School Principal

11:30 AM - 12:00 pM

Macquarie Grammar School (Australia)
How MGS fits into the domestic and international markets and overseas student welfare management

Mr John Rekouniotis, Headmaster

11:30 AM - 12:00 pM

Harrow International School Appi Japan (Japan)
The First Harrow School to be opened in Japan - educational Excellence is in Our Nature

The session will introduce Harrow’s new full boarding senior school opening in Appi Kogen, Iwate Prefecture, Japan, in summer 2022. In the session, Michael Farley, Project Lead of Harrow Appi and Director of Group Operations for AISL Harrow International, will introduce the unique offerings of Harrow Appi: outstanding academic standards, enriching co-curricular programmes in both the green and white seasons, advanced innovation, and language and creative arts programmes.

Mr Michael Farley, Project Lead of Harrow International School Appi Japan and Director of Group Operations for AISL Harrow International

12:00 PM - 12:30 pM

Balmoral Hall School for Girls (Canada)
Women in STEAM & Boarding in Canada

Ms. Hoskins will speak to potential candidates about the value of attending an all-girls boarding school that focuses on women in STEAM subjects. Many institutions focus only on STEM, but Arts are the backbone of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Without creativity, those other branches of STEAM would not thrive as they could. We give girls all the right tools to excel, build confidence in male dominated subjects and help propel them into a meaningful post-secondary future and career beyond BH.

Ms Erika Hoskins, Recruitment Specialist & Director of Boarding

12:00 PM - 12:30 pM

St Bees School (United Kingdom)
Life of a Student in the UK, What It’s like living at St Bees, St Bees UK school introduction, Admission Process

Join our talk and learn more about St Bees School UK, a day and boarding school located on the beautiful west coast of England with over 400 years of history. In our presentation we will share a student's experience in studying and living in the UK compared to Hong Kong. You will also find out what it is like living in St Bees from one of our teachers. The Headmaster will introduce our school, and you can learn more about the admission process, boarding life and pastoral care. Look forward to introducing the school to you and hope you will find it interesting.

Mr Roger Sinnett, Headmaster

12:00 PM - 12:30 pM

Sri KDU International School (Malaysia)
All about Sri KDU International School (Malaysia)

Get to know all about the Sri KDU International School (SKIS) from the quick school previews of the Primary School, Secondary School and all the way to the International Baccalaureate Programme. Explore the learning environment here at SKIS from the sharing by our existing parents and students.

Mrs Margaret Rafee, Principal of Sri KDU International School

12:30 PM - 01:00 pM

Macleans College (New Zealand)
How does Macleans help students to be in Top Universities in the world?

Top universities in the world look for students beyond academic excellence and at Macleans College, we prepare each student to meet these requirements.Macleans is one of handful of government schools offering Cambridge syllabus (CIE). Besides the NZ Curriculum, many students were admitted to top universities in the world via the CIE pathway, such as Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Princeton, Cambridge and so on.  In past eight years, five students have been admitted to Harvard University, one even received the highest honor of Harvard - “Summa Cum Laude”.Macleans is a leading academic school, ranked in the top five in NZ. Besides excellent academic achievements, Macleans develops all-rounded graduates each year with its whanau house system and variety of after school activities. Students have developed the skillsets to satisfy requirements of top universities. 

Ms Ping Yue, International Marketing Manager

12:30 PM - 01:00 pM

ISS International School Singapore (Singapore)
Choosing educational programmes in uncertain times

From the Primary Years Programme (PYP) to the five year Middle Years Programme (MYP) which ends with International Baccalaureate (IB) validated eAssessment grades based on final examinations and coursework, ISS believes that students are fully equipped with the skills necessary to succeed in the IB Diploma Programme and are ready for university and the next journey in higher education. This readiness, we believe, is best achieved within the IB Continuum and without deviating in and out of other curricula that are not affiliated with the IB.

As Singapore’s longest established IB Continuum School, ISS International School students benefit from the entire framework that the International Baccalaureate offers. Our IB-based academic curriculum incorporates our bespoke educational philosophy and this is what we believe makes our academic programmes different. Our IB faculty adapt their curriculum delivery based on what they observe is the way their students learn best. Additionally, our IB teachers develop study plans that suit their learners in order to excite and encourage them to realise their full potential.

Dr Margaret Alvarez, Head Emeritus

12:30 PM - 01:00 pM

Branksome Hall Asia (South Korea)
Helping Your Mission Come Alive

Dr Cinde Lock, Principal, Branksome Hall Asia
Ms Barbara Lonczak, Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management
Mr Nan Duan, International Student Liaison Admissions Officer

01:00 PM - 01:30 pM

Verso International School (Thailand)
VERSO international School - A Design-driven School

As the first international school in the world to have its conceptual blueprint created by IDEO. VERSO's unique human-centered DNA is breaking new ground in school design.

Mr Camerox Fox, Head of School

01:00 PM - 01:30 pM

St Bees Dongguan (China)
How St Bees Dongguan Delivers Quality Education

If a child can do advanced maths, speak three languages or receive top grades, but can not manage his emotions, practice conflict resolution, or handle stress, none of that other is really going to matter. --Lee Knight

St Bees Dongguan, the first school of St Bees School UK that offering British A-Level courses in China, which inheriting the 400-year of elite education. St Bees Dongguan is committed to redefining international education and building a truly British secondary school with the mission to cultivate every student to become a responsible global citizen. St Bees Dongguan is now blooming in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area vibrantly. We are committed to helping every student develop in all aspects, including academic, personality and comprehensive ability, so that they can be admitted to the top universities in the world.

Mr Lee Knight, Western Principal of St Bees Dongguan

01:30 PM - 02:00 pM

International School Bangkok (Thailand)
Transitions during COVID-19: A Family Affair

ISB's community is very international and subsequently, transient. We serve a number of globally mobile families - families who have moved from their home country or move regularly between countries - and we offer support with their transition to and from ISB and Thailand. This presentation by three of our ISB counselors is one that is given to our ISB families, as they consider their next move to a new country or school. In the current times, these moves are even more complicated and our counselors share some helpful tips for the whole family on how to manage this transition. As you consider your child's education, which could bring a move to a new school or a new country, these insights could support you in that move.

Mr Douglas Williamson, Elementary School Counselor
Mr Colleen Cody, Middle School Counselor
Mr Kevin Callahan, High School Counselor

01:30 PM - 02:00 pM

Anglo Chinese School International (Singapore)
ACS (International) Singapore - an international secondary school open to all Singaporeans & other nationalities

Mr Joseph Ng, Director of Marketing & Admissions

01:30 PM - 02:00 pM

Shekou International School (China)
The advantages of a bilingual program in an international school environment

For more than 10 years, Shekou International School (SIS) has offered a French Bilingual Program to native French speakers. To meet the needs of a changing demographic, and parents’ desire for additional language fluency, SIS has expanded the program to include non-native French speakers from pre-k through grade 5. Join Aurelie to learn how a bilingual education benefits students and how it will be delivered successfully to students with varying levels of French within the context of an international school environment. Aurelie will provide details of what a day looks like and what methods SIS will use to teach students. Collaboration between the French Bilingual Program and the international section is key and Aurelie will explain how students will participate in joint activities and classes.

Ms Aurelie Ricard, Director of the French Bilingual Program

02:00 PM - 02:30 pM

King's College International School Bangkok (Thailand)
The Pride of British Education in Bangkok

Discover a new experience in education at King’s College International School Bangkok. Learn how great classes, great values and a great team matter for you and your child. King’s Bangkok is the first King’s College School Wimbledon International School in South East Asia. At capacity, the school will cater 1,500 boys and girls aged 2-18. IGCSE and A-level are offered.

Mr Thomas Banyard, Headmaster

02:00 PM - 02:30 pM

One World International School (Singapore)
Discover the enriching learning experiences your child can have at OWIS

We're going to walk you through our school’s vision, values and approach to learning from early childhood to secondary level. Experience our school virtually and discover how we are able to offer high-quality education at an affordable price.

Become more familiar with our school’s philosophy. By the end of the session, you’ll have a clearer idea of whether OWIS is a good fit for you and your child.

Ms Michelle Dickinson, Head of School

02:00 PM - 02:30 pM

Unlock Ireland (Ireland)
Irish Education: Unique Advantages For Your Child’s Future

Ireland is a small European country with a high-ranking education system. An increasing number of parents understand the unique advantages that the island’s schools and universities offer, which has led to a steadily rising inflow of foreign pupils and students. In this Webinar, we explain the main factors that make studying in Ireland attractive. We provide an objective, in-depth assessment of the best secondary schools so that you can identify the most suitable option for your child. You will also learn about the preferred pathways to gain residency status and how these can reduce the costs of your child’s education.

Mr Rory O’Gara, Managing Director
Mr Sebastian Link, Education & Immigration Consultant

02:30 PM - 03:00 pM

Panel Discussion:
Navigating the Singapore international education system

According to the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), The education system of Singapore has been ranked best in the world. As it is among the most affordable study abroad destinations, it is not a surprise that many parents are eyeing Singapore as the educational destination for their child. Come and find out how Singapore offers high-quality education, a conducive learning environment, and a great place to live. Get answers to your questions including: What is the impact of covid-19 on education in Singapore and is now a good time to send my child overseas; what educational opportunities are available to non-citizens or non-permanent residents in Singapore? How can foreign children get admissions into schools in Singapore? How can you choose the right school for your child?

Ms Selina Boyd, Co-founder of Red Dot Consulting
Mr Pearce Cheng, CEO, AIMS Immigration & Relocation Specialist Group of Companies

Mr. Thomas Chan, Reporter, South China Morning Post

03:00 PM - 03:30 pM

Pan Asia International School Bangkok (Thailand)
Pan Asia International School: Western Curriculum, Eastern Culture

Dr Husni Hamad, School Chairman

03:00 PM - 03:30 pM

GEMS World Academy (Singapore)
Is the IB the Right Choice For Your Child?

There are plenty of schools in Singapore, and choosing the right one for your child can be a daunting task. As a parent, you will need to evaluate various factors such as school curriculum, academic rigour, results, quality of teachers, diversity, facilities, languages, extracurricular activities, etc. These factors are very important; however, it is essential to consider how the school helps to personalise learning for each students' strengths, needs skills, interests, and career aspirations. Watch this video with our Education Leadership Team and find out which school and curriculum could be the best choice for your child.

Mr Mark Petterson, Secondary Years Deputy Principal, Designated Safeguarding Lead, Gems World Academy (Singapore)
Ms Edna Lau, Primary Years Programme Curriculum Coordinator, Gems World Academy (Singapore)

03:30 PM - 04:00 pM

Panel Discussion:
How should foreign students choose the best-fit school in the UK?’

The British education system is internationally recognised for the ‘gold standard’ of achievement, and many British universities set GCE Advanced Levels (A-Levels) as the standardised entrance requirement for students. Some of you may be planning to take this exciting step within your academic journey to study abroad in the UK. Before you start packing for your flight, find out more about A-levels - What are the pros and cons of an A-level education? How does it compare to the IB, or even BTec or T Levels? Has the A-levels curriculum evolved and adapted to a new normal, and a new future of work?  What is the impact of covid-19 on education in the UK and is now a good time to send my child overseas?

Ms Jane Archibald, Director of External Relations, The Queen's School
Mr David Milner, Director of Marketing & House Tutor, Sedbergh School

Ms Ruth Benny, Founder & Head Girl, Top Schools Hong Kong

11:00 AM - 11:40 AM

Panel Discussion:
Thai’s British international schools: Why should it be your preferred choice? 

Parents are increasingly attracted to Thailand’s British education system for its quality and rigorous academic standards, as well as developing the child’s personal character. The British curriculum, with courses in arts, science and humanities, is one of the most sought after curriculum in the world. With so many British international schools to choose from, selecting the right one for your child is a difficult task. Parents often ask, is the British curriculum in Thailand right for my child? How does it prepare my child for university options? What are the benefits of sending my child to a British school in the UK vs a British international school in Thailand? What are the pros and cons of British day schools and boarding schools? What is the right age to send my child abroad? How are schools keeping their students safe and healthy amid covid-19 pandemic? 

12:00 PM - 12:40 PM

Panel Discussion:
American education, Asian culture: Why is this an appealing choice?

In Thailand’s international schools, there are many different curriculums to choose from and the American curriculum tops the list. Many parents appreciate its holistic approach to teaching, addressing students' all-round development. And for those studying in Thailand, they gain an appreciation for cultural diversity and community. A multinational classroom fosters creativity, builds confidence, and develops global citizens. With so many American international schools to choose from, selecting the right one for your child can be a difficult task. Some parents may ask: How can they choose the right American school for their child? Is a US curriculum an easier option compared with other international curricula? What are the benefits of sending my child to an American school in the US vs an American international school in Thailand? How are American schools future-proofing their students for the next normal? 


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