Dulwich College Beijing was proud to welcome more than 100 universities from all over the world at our very first International University Fair last Friday! Hundreds of parents and students came from several schools in the Beijing community to chat with university officers representing schools in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, Europe, and Hong Kong. Prospective students had the opportunity to attend informative workshops aimed to help students glean greater insight into various aspects of the admissions process. Workshop topics included matters most pressing to international school students such as studying in specific regions of the world, planning the US college process, tips on the Common Application essay, the differences between studying in the US vs the UK and many more!
‘I gained a lot from the workshops I attended and was able to gather useful information in regards to writing application essays, which is a crucial part of the application process,’ said Jack, a Year 12 student from DCB. ‘I learnt a lot in terms of pre-college and college life too; what to do to prepare for university and getting a feel for what school campuses are like. Students that are above KS4 should definitely come and take a look at DCB’s University Fair next year!’
Needless to say, it was terrific to see such a great turnout and we are already looking forward to next year’s University Fair!
We live in humbling times, and can do nothing more than congratulate these young people on their stunning levels of success. They are a credit to their parents, their school and, above all, to themselves.
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Teachers are British
Different Nationalities are represented in our diverse student body
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