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05nov2015

THEi Info Days Showcasing gems of Vocational & Professional Education & Training

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Info Days of THEi will arrange admission and programme briefings, taster programmes and career consultation

Info Days of THEi will arrange admission and programme briefings, taster programmes and career consultation

Starting from mid-November, the Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong (THEi), the Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (IVE) will host Info Days (see attached Annex). School visits, Disciplines’ taster programmes and activities and career consultation will be held to facilitate students and parents to better understand THEi programmes, which provide a good combination of academic knowledge and industry know how. Parties interested in applying for THEi programmes can do so through online platforms provided on site starting 27 November or apply for THEi SSSDP subsidized programmes through JUPAS web site
 
On 14 November, THEi will organise talks and campus familiarisation tours to highlight the 7 degree programmes for the academic year 2016/17 under the Study Subsidy Scheme for Designated Professions/Sectors (SSSDP), namely Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Fashion Design, Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Product Design, Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Landscape Architecture, Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Horticulture and Landscape Management, Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Culinary Arts and Management, Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Civil Engineering and Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Environmental Engineering and Management. A student admitted will be entitled to a subsidy ranging from HK$40,000 to HK$70,000. Taster programmes will be held on top of programme and admission briefings and campus familiarisation tours. The Faculty of Design and Environment will arrange workshops on pot plants, leather and paper lamp shades making. The Faculty of Management and Hospitality will demonstrate sports training theories and practices, whereas the Faculty of Science and Technology will organise activities related to the development of computer game software.