In Collaboration With Next Step Education

Back by popular demand, the show provides parents with the opportunity to gain privileged access to heads and admissions teams from elite international boarding schools.

Schools that parents will be able to meet include: Bedales, Bradfield, Dulwich, Millfield, Milton Abbey, Stonyhurst & Greshams. The focus of the event is to help families in Hong Kong make the best decisions on education for their children.

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The 2024 seminar schedule for HK has been expanded to cover topics from initial application through to university options. A range of relevant topics will be covered by expert speakers throughout the day, discussing the various opportunities open to parents to help them make informed decisions about their children’s future educational needs.

Next Step Exhibitions founder David Wellesley Wesley, says: “Worldwide interest in British boarding schools continues to grow. There are currently 69,979 boarders in UK schools; 41% are from overseas families. The benefits of boarding at a leading British school are undisputed and importantly recognised by both university admissions teams and employers.”

The event is free to attend, but tickets are limited and need to be secured in advance.

WhenThursday, 21 March, 09:30 – 14:30
WhereWycombe Abbey School, Tin Wan Campus, 17 Tin Wan Street, Aberdeen (See Direction)
CostFree (but limited)
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