University and Higher Education Information Evening


Students, parents, please join us for an evening focused on students’ next steps after High School on Tuesday, March 13. The event begins with a fair with representatives from over 60 institutions of higher education worldwide, who will be available to speak individually about their specific programs. Starting at 18:30, optional sessions will also be held on country-specific and other topics. You are welcome to come for the fair only or to also attend any sessions of relevance to you. Though discussions are focused around High School, families from all sections of the school are welcome to attend.

Grade 10 to 12 students will have had a fair and sessions in the afternoon, but all are quite welcome to join parents in the evening, as the event can certainly support family dialogue regarding higher educational interests and opportunities.

Please see the attached program, which outlines both the student events in the afternoon, as well as the information evening. A list of attending universities is included. This year’s lineup of universities is particularly strong!

18:00 to 20:00 Parents’ Higher Education Fair with over 60 international universities and programs (Gym). See program for a list of attending universities
18:30 to 19:15 Session 1 (Misc classrooms, FIS HS building)

Session options:

  • Studying Medicine in Small Groups at an Internationally Oriented Medical School
  • Studying in the USA
  • Understanding the Dual System and its Opportunities in Germany
  • University Education beyond Academics
  • Financing Your Education at an American University
  • Studying in the UK
19:20 to 20:00 Session 2 (Misc classrooms, FIS HS building)

Session options:

  • Studying in Canada
  • Admission to the FAU with the International Baccalaureate Diploma
  • Studying in the Netherlands
  • Infusing Technology with the Liberal Arts
  • Perfecting your Portfolio: Advice and Guidance for Creative Arts Applications
  • Careers in the Music Industry


Michelle Ang
HS Counselor and Higher Education Advisor

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