Admission Possible - Getting into a Top International School in Hong Kong (for families with younger children)

What are the different types of schools?
When does my child start primary/secondary school?
Which schools are properly bilingual?
When do we need to apply?
Do we have any advantages in terms of admission?
Do we need to pay for a debenture?

in the 2nd Floor Lockhart Room
Saturday 23rd March

11.00am to 12.15pm

$60 per Member, $80 per Member’s Guest

Please reserve your seat(s) by email at (please state membership no.) or call 9047 2790.

This is the first of a series of seminars designed to help families with younger children (or even children on the way) understand some of the challenges of finding the best education, school and curriculum in Hong Kong for their children.

Each seminar will be delivered by Martin Campion of Campion College Consultancy and Ruth Benny of Topschools.

Other Seminars to follow:
• Local vs International School? Which one or perhaps both?
• Choosing the best International School and Curriculum for my child?


Martin Campion
Founder and Senior Advisor of Campion College Consultancy

Before starting his own consultancy, Martin was Head of Careers and Higher Education at South Island School and for the last 20 years, advised hundreds of students and their families on the transition from school to university. He is the only university counsellor in Hong Kong to receive the Council of International Schools annual award to one college counsellor worldwide. In 2016, he also received the Yale Educator Award. Families can count on the fact that he has ‘been there’ as a parent and that he understands the secondary school context of their children.

Ruth Benny
Founder and ‘Head Girl’ of Top Schools, Hong Kong

The founder of Top Schools, Ruth has over 20 years’ experience in the education system in Hong Kong. Ruth writes and speaks about private and international schools for parents, corporations and other groups. She is a frequent contributor to local media including the SCMP, Playtimes and Sassy Mama and generally regarded as the go-to expert on this topic. Originally from the UK, Ruth has been in Hong Kong for over 22 years and is the mother of two children.