Postgraduate Studies Workshop (Nov 2011)

 

Postgraduate Studies: Is it for me?
If so, when and where?

  • Do I have the academic skills to be successful in graduate school?
  • Is a graduate degree required for my professional plans?
  • Would I benefit by gaining work experience before pursuing graduate school?
  • How should I research my graduate school options?

This workshop will be held by the Academic Advising Office and is designed for senior year students in any faculty who are interested in pursuing postgraduate studies.

Highlights of the workshop include:

  • critically reviewing the advantages and disadvantages of postgraduate studies
  • exploring timelines and choices for postgraduate studies
  • knowing what HKU can offer
Date: 10 November 2011 (Thursday)
Time: 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Venue: Meng Wah Complex T7
Speaker: Dr Amy Lewis, Academic Adviser, Academic Advising Office

ALL are Welcome!

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The Academic Advising Office (AAO) is staffed with an academic adviser and experienced administrators to guide students through academic planning. Academic advising is a developmental process in which students are provided with support in clarifying their academic, career and life goals, developing plans to achieve these goals, and evaluating their own progress. Students are welcome to make appointment with advisers in the AAO for one-on-one advice. To learn more about the service of AAO, please visit http://aao.hku.hk.

Taught Postgraduate Admission
Guide To Application For Admission (MPhil and PhD Studies) at HKU