In order to support our students’ individual choices, we provide a structured programme to enable them to make the right choices beyond GSIS. Our team’s extensive professional networks and the close relationships fostered with universities around the world help to steer our students in the right direction while achieving their objectives.
Our University Guidance Team is focused firmly on helping students with their academic research, with a clear aim of finding the best fit for the individual. They provide resources and advice to support them as they explore future options and decide their next steps. The team offers individualised support and encouragement to every student and we give them exposure to a wide range of universities.
In addition, GSIS organises:
- Global university forums and webinars exclusive to GSIS students and their parents which include an overview of the university, its admission process, the student experience and more
- Parent Information Sessions covering a wide variety of university and career topics
- Internships, mentoring programmes, careers guidance and support by drawing on our alumni network and the wider community
Unless otherwise noted, Virtual Coffee mornings will be held at 8:00 am via Zoom. The link will generally be sent one week in advance of the event by email to relevant parties. While some sessions are year-level specific, we encourage Year 7 - Year 12 (K9-K12) parents to attend all general sessions.
|29 March 2023||Year 13 Parent Coffee Morning|
|3 May 2023||Virtual Coffee Morning - Destination HK and Canada|
|7 June 2023||Year 13 Parent Coffee Morning - Next Steps and Transition|
Our students have lots of questions about the next stage of their education. It’s our job to provide them with the information and support needed to make the right choices as these have a direct impact on their future university course and career opportunities.Claire WilkinsHead of University Guidance, English International Stream
Making decisions about life after GSIS can seem both daunting and exciting. Whether students are heading for university, business college or straight into an apprenticeship or career, we support them to help them find their way ahead.Dr Lennart JentschHead of Careers and University Guidance, German International Stream