***To watch the video record of this previous webinar, please ‘REGISTER‘ here.***
Date: 28 Sep 2023, Thursday
Time: 07:00 PM – 08:00 PM HKT
Mr. Dennis Tang (Deputy Campus Director, University of Sunderland in Hong Kong)
Dr. Teresa Li (Programme Manager, University of Sunderland in Hong Kong)
Attend option: Face-to-face / Webinar*
*You can attend the seminar in person at our campus (Address: 1/F, Centre Point, 181-185 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong) or through the webinar.
After the reopening of the Hong Kong border for business activities, the local economy has swiftly begun to recover, resulting in a substantial demand for highly skilled managers. In response to this demand, the University of Sunderland in Hong Kong offers Business Bachelor’s Degree and Business Master’s Degree programme serves as an excellent means of enhancing individuals’ skillsets within 12-15 months.
This seminar focuses on providing students with effective assessment practices to enhance their academic performance and maximise their chances of obtaining a First-class Honours Business degree. By exploring the grading system and assignment examples, participants will gain valuable insights and practical tips to excel in their assignments.
The session welcomes prospective students or anyone who is interested in learning more about getting a business degree, including Master’s Degree in International Business Management and Undergraduate Degree in Business and Management. You will have a chance to obtain a scholarship of up to HKD6,000*. REGISTER NOW!
● An overview of the University of Sunderland in Hong Kong.
● Understanding the Grading System: Explaining the criteria and expectations associated with obtaining a first-class honours degree. Discussing the importance of setting clear academic goals and understanding the marking rubrics provided by universities.
● Assessment Preparation: Providing guidance on preparing for assignments with assignment examples. Discussing how to analyse assessment requirements, plan effectively, conduct thorough research, and present information coherently.
*For more details, please refer to the admission team.