Graduate Articulation Overview
I. About Us / Aims & MissionII. News and EventsIII. Plan for HKDSE / IBDP (For MS1-MS2)IV. Further Studies (MS4)V. Career EducationVI. Aptitude TestVII. Useful linksVIII. Careers and Life Planning Teachers
I. About Us / Aims & Mission
There are three major concerns were set for the Careers and Life Planning Team of the school and a series of implementation plans was carried out:
II. News and Events
III. Plan for HKDSE / IBDP (For MS1-MS2)
The school offers the curricula of the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) and the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) in parallel in MS3-MS4.
HKDSE Elective Subjects:
IB Elective Subjects:
Attitude towards study, instead of choices of curriculum, will ultimately affect academic performance
IV. Further Studies (MS4)
i. Local University
The eight institutions sponsored by University Grants Committee (UGC) provide UGC funded full-time bachelor’s degree programmes as below:
For details, please refer to Life Planning Information at https://lifeplanning.edb.gov.hk/en/study/local-further-study/index.html
ii. Other Education and training 其他教育及訓練
MS4 graduates may choose to apply for sub-degree programmes in post-secondary education institutions including associate degree programmes and higher diploma programmes (which can be divided into government-funded and self-financing programmes). Upon completion of the courses and meeting the specified requirements, graduates can pursue top-up / articulation degree programmes locally or overseas.
For locally-accredited self-financing post-secondary programmes, graduates with Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) Examination results can apply through Electronic Advance Application System for Post-secondary Programmes (E-App) or directly to individual institutions.
For details, please refer to Life Planning Information at https://lifeplanning.edb.gov.hk/en/study/local-further-study/associate-degree-higher-diploma.html
iii. Non-local 非本地
MS4 graduates may pursue their studies overseas in such countries as Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, and Switzerland and so on.
For details, please refer to Life Planning Information at https://lifeplanning.edb.gov.hk/en/study/non-local-further-study/non-local-further-studies.html
V. Career Education
i. Career Planning
ii. Career-related Experience
Interview Skills Workshop
Youth Ambassadors Programme
“I feel grateful for taking part in this programme. I am thankful for grasping this opportunity, and I benefitted much from it.
First, I’ve learned more about myself, such as my MBTI personality traits, my ideal job, and so on. These allowed me to get to know myself better and use them as a resource when looking for subjects to study at university and jobs that match my interests and personality.
Also, I have learnt about the basic information of various industries, such as the entry requirements, the usual work routine, the industry’s current status and situation etc. It enabled me to learn more about various jobs and reconsider which industry I want to enter in the future.
Socially, because the scheme included students from various schools, I could meet new peers with similar interests and preferences, therefore expanding my social circle.
To me, frankly, this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. I will never forget the joyful moments we spent together during the program.” – Participant from MS2T
Visit to Hong Kong International Aviation Academy
I have always thought about a career in the aviation industry and I am thankful to the school for giving me another chance to visit the HKIA. Although I already knew most of the things we learnt today, the visit to the airside was definitely still exciting and inspiring. I hope the school can arrange trips like this more frequently in the future.
I really enjoyed this visit because it gave me a new perspective about the aviation industry. I didn’t realise that there are so many job opportunities provided in the industry, and it certainly gave me a deep insight into the industry, especially the procedures involved in the taking off of planes. It made me feel very interested in the industry and I will consider working in the industry in the future.
I have known more about the airport as well as the different kinds of job related to it. One of my dream jobs is to work in the airport but actually I didn’t really know what I would have to do if I worked in the airport. But from today’s visit I have learnt more types of work that I didn’t know before and more details about airplanes.
I think this was a wonderful experience because I could see how the entire aviation industry works, which I am very interested in. It was great to find out about the side of the airport normally unknown to the public. The guide on this tour was very nice and informative. Overall I like this visit a lot and I hope school provides more events like this.
Visit to Thei (Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong (Chai Wan Campus))
This was a memorables experience. I learned about different subjects and knowledge today, for example surveying and different kinds of design. I hope that there will be more chances to visit different schools and learn more about them.
Even though the disciplines that I visited weren’t the ones I am really interested in, I still managed to reflect on my possible career options. I am quite happy with the visit overall.
Admission Talk (Local & Overseas Studies)
iii. Summer Job Safety
Refer to the attached Guide. Be alert and cautious to avoid falling into employment traps.
(Download the pamphlet: https://www.labour.gov.hk/tc/public/pdf/eip/Guide_for_Students_Seeking_Summer_Jobs.pdf)
VI. Aptitude Test
VII. Useful links
VIII. Careers and Life Planning Teachers
Head of Careers and Life Planning: YEUNG Pik Wah Patricia
Deputy Heads of Careers and Life Planning: CHUI Wai Shan Sarah, LO Hiu Man Julie
Team Members: CHOW Yan Yan, LEE Ian Nicholas, LI Xiaoyi, NG Norman Daniele, POON Ka Chun Joe, TSANG Kei Lap Gareth, TSE Tsz Pui Joey, WONG Chok Fai, YANG Sze Yee Connie