University Guidance Centre

The University Guidance Centre (UGC) provides guidance and support on post-secondary educational opportunities and planning. In line with the School’s philosophy, UGC aims to assist students with exploring their interests and learning pathway. The UGC also provides additional information to students and their families so that decisions for the transition from PLK Choi Kai Yau School can be made in the best interests of students.

While students are encouraged to drop by the centre anytime during school hours to speak with a counsellor, students and parents are also welcome to schedule individual consultations with our guidance counsellors at https://ckyugc.youcanbook.me. For questions, please contact us at ugc@cky.edu.hk.

  • The University Guidance Counselling Team:
  • Ms. Christina Wang – Senior College Counsellor
  • Ms. Lana Miskulin – College Counsellor
  • Ms. Dorothy Ng – College Counsellor

 

University Visits

We welcome visiting representatives from universities for presentations about individual universities and mini-fairs. The best time to visit us and meet with our students is Monday to Friday at 12:00 nn – 12:45 pm (lunch session) or 4 – 5 pm (after school). If you would like to schedule a visit, please email us at ugc@cky.edu.hk. In the meantime, you can learn more about CKY by downloading the latest School Profile.

Update: Due to COVID-19, we are unable to arrange any on-campus visits for university visitors at the moment. Therefore, all university information sessions and fairs will be held virtually.

Higher Education Destinations

Members of the Class of 2021 have accepted offers to study at universities at six (6) different countries around the world in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore, the UK and the USA to study a range of subjects in healthcare, law, business, arts, engineering, science, social sciences and performing arts. University acceptances and matriculations can be found in our School Profile.

 

University and Career Counseling

  • – Individual counseling with students and parents on academic choices as they relate to career
  •   planning
  • – Counsel students and families on applying both local and overseas post-secondary institutions
  • – Support students in preparation and submission of applications
  • – Coordinate and prepare school testimonials and references

Workshops and Events

  • – University Application Seminars
  • – Interview Workshops
  • – Personal Statement Workshops
  • – University Information Sessions
  • – Careers Exploration Series
  • – UCAS Workshops
  • – Careers Day
  • – University Fair