CDNIS Upper School Profile

The School profile is created each year to provide post-secondary institutions with a snapshot of the school for use in admissions decisions. For further information please do feel free to contact us.

The school produces a number of other documents profiling various aspects of the school and graduating classes. These documents can be accessed by the links below:

Arranging a Visit to CDNIS

CDNIS welcomes between 200 and 300 post-secondary visitors each year in the form of our annual higher education fair and individual and consortia visits. We welcome subject specific taster classes, information sessions, mini-fairs and presentations of current research. Our guidance team is happy to arrange a visit for post-secondary representatives. Please contact us through this form.

Please note that most information sessions are arranged for the lunch breaks and after classes to minimise disruption to teaching at the school. Lunch sessions typically run from 1:30pm – 2:30pm and after-class sessions will run from 4pm-5pm.

Our campus facilities are impressive and include the Guidance Office (typical seats 20 students with standard audio-visual facilities), one-to-one office space for individual counselling, public access spaces for mini-fairs and the Leo Lee Arts Centre, a state of the art auditorium with seating options for larger audiences.

Directions

Canadian International School of Hong Kong is located on the south side of Hong Kong Island in Aberdeen. Our school is accessible via public transportation with a bus terminus and MTR station (Wong Chuk Hang) located within a 15-minute walk of the campus. While no visitor parking is available at the school, several public parking lots are located within a 10-minute walk of the campus.

Higher Education Fair

CDNIS arranges a Higher Education Fair on campus every March. This privileged opportunity allows students and parents of the CDNIS community to network with Higher Education Providers and governmental organisation from around the globe. Other schools in the area and the general public are also invited to attend this event.

If you would like to attend or send an alumnus to represent your institution, please contact us and we would be delighted to welcome you.

Our last event on March 15, 2019 attracted 80+ institutions and around 300 visitors.