Picture Above: Ada Chau (left) with EduHK, Susie Jones (centre) with Manchester University, and Paul Farrell, Head of Secondary at Britannica

Official representatives of the University of Manchester and Education University of Hong Kong (EduHK) have visited our Gubei campus on Oct 15, actively engaging with our secondary parents and students, guiding them through the education systems in the UK and HK, introducing their universities, and answering questions.


Picture Above: At Britannica's state-of-the-art Senior Learning Centre, Ada Chau, Global Affairs Manager of EduHK spoke about the uniqueness of her educational institution


Picture Above: Susie Jones, International Officer of the University of Manchester, demonstrated the 3 strengths of her university: academics, research, and International environment

The University of Manchester, a member of the elite Russell Group organisation, has recently been ranked seventh in Europe in the 2018 Reuters Top 100 Most Innovative Universities. More international students study here than at any other UK university, with 160 nationalities coming together on campus, making the University of Manchester one of the world's most international universities. This is the largest single-site university in the UK, with the biggest student community. In total, 25 Nobel laureates have worked or studied here.

The Education University of Hong Kong has recently been ranked 2nd in Asia and 9th in the World in the field of Education.


Picture Above: Our parents and students enjoying the speech

Both representatives have openly acknowledged the value of Britannica’s A Level curriculum and have encouraged our students to apply. Again, this kind of visit helps strengthen our parents’ confidence in our IGCSE and A Level curriculums which enable their children to attend elite universities around the world.


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