Following the great success of the first series of East Asia thematic webinars last summer, the British Council is delighted to invite prospective students and parents for the second series from Tuesday 23 March to Thursday 01 April 2021.
In the first week, we will focus on study and career options in ‘Life & Health Sciences’, ‘Computer Science’ and ‘Social Studies & Media Communications’ at Bachelor’s degree level. Our academic speakers from 7 renowned UK universities will introduce what study options are available in the aforementioned subject areas, and how to choose the RIGHT one for your future career. After that, a group of current students will share insights about why they chose to study in the UK and the things that they wished they knew before applying.
There will also be opportunities for you to ask questions to our panellists or join breakout sessions hosted by our participating universities for admission advice throughout the event. Register today!
Tuesday 23 March
Session 1: Things that I wish I knew before studying Life and Health Sciences
Biomedical Sciences and Biological sciences are two related disciplines that are fundamental to the modern world. They underpin healthcare both in urban communities such as Hong Kong, Singapore and more widely for vulnerable populations worldwide. They provide careers in research, operations and management of many types of laboratories in the health sector. These subjects have a major role to play in understanding changes to global and local environments and the impact of environmental change on health. There is significant demand for specialists in these areas. Salaries and career prospects are strong globally.
In this session, academic speakers and current students will give you a broader knowledge in these fields and useful tips on how to gain that extra step ahead of your peers!
- College of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences, Brunel University London
- The College of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Exeter
- Faculty of Science and Health, University of Portsmouth
Wednesday 24 March
Session 2: Things that I wish I knew before studying Computer Science
Do you know that there are over 4,500 different computing disciplines to choose from in the UK? A computing degree is so broad, covering courses such as Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Software Engineering, Network and Security just to name a few. This session will clarify what makes a computing degree worth pursuing and will provide all the details you should consider while you are deciding your subject choices.
Wait no more – the British Council offers you the first step towards making an informed choice by understanding how each of the programmes can lead you to a successful career path.
- School of Computing and Mathematics, Keele University
- School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics, Oxford Brookes University
Thursday 25 March
Session 3: Things that I wish I knew before studying Social Studies & Media Communications
Are you interested in studying Social Sciences and Media Communication? The UK is home to some of the best minds and the best courses in Development Studies and International Relations anywhere in the world. The UK is also an exciting, inspiring place with a long history of cultural and creative achievements. This has allowed us to develop some of the world’s best industries for creative professionals, from art and theatre to advertising and television – each one fed by university degrees that know exactly how to foster emerging talent. Before you choose your learning environment, listen to academics/experts and alumni from University of Cumbria and University of Exeter in the Study UK East Asia Webinar Connect Spring 2021.
- Media Art, Institute of Arts, University of Cumbria
- College of Social Science and International Studies, University of Exeter