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YCIS First University Festival Provides First-hand Info

April, 2016
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ycis-university-feste589afe69cacAs support to students university planning, Yew Chung International School of Shanghai (YCIS) hosted its first “University Festival” at the Gubei Campus, featuring admissions officers from 70 plus notable universities around the world, such as University of British Columbia, University of Sydney, Waseda University, University of Leeds, University of Bath and many more.

The event was open to all students in Shanghai so that students and parents can meet a variety of universities all on one day and learn more about the options available and college life. It gave them the chance to get first-hand information well before they begin the application process so that families can ensure they make informed decisions, and better determine whether the school is the right fit for the students. It’s a good starting point for students and their parents to begin discussing their plans for after they graduate.

“This is my first time attending a university fair. The University fest was very helpful and it helped me broaden my choices of universities. I was able to deepen my knowledge of the universities in an intimate manner, which further helped in finalizing my choices later,” commented Betty To, one Year 12 student of YCIS Shanghai.

Besides University Festival, YCIS organizes Career Nights each year that highlight different professions in a variety of industries to help students understand their university and career options. The school also teaches classes that are part of the curriculum for students in Years 10-13 which help them focus on personal and academic skills, and on career and university exploration in Years 12-13. 


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