Shing Him Mak, LLB Law | 23 August, 2018
Are you travelling to Belfast for the first time in your life? Don’t miss one of our overseas pre-departure seminars for everything you need know.
Queen’s University Belfast organises lots of overseas pre-departure seminar for incoming international students in various locations. This year, QUB Hong Kong Society was honoured to be invited to the event to share our experience of Queen’s with incoming students. As President of the society, I have put together a summary of the event and what exactly the seminar is all about.
These seminars tell you everything you need to know about:
Speak to our current students
You also get a chance to speak to current students at Queen’s. The event gives incoming Queen’s students some insight into the student experience at Queen’s. It is always reliable to talk to someone who is currently studying at the university.
This year, QUB Hong Kong Society is organising student-led orientation events in Hong Kong, so that incoming Queen’s and INTO Queen’s students can get to know each other before they depart to the UK. More information about the event.
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Shing Him Mak
LLB Law| 1st year |Hong Kong
I am the President of Queen’s Hong Kong Society, an International Ambassador and a Campus Tour Guide. As chair of the Hong Kong society, I am responsible for uniting Hong Kong students across Queen’s campus through organised events and social activities with people from other UK universities and in my native Hong Kong. I particularly like my role as a Queen’s Ambassador as I like networking with new people. I like playing piano and exploring the country when I have some free time away from my studies. Having been in Northern Ireland for about a year, I can say it is a fabulous place to live and study with lovely people and scenery that I would have never seen if I studied elsewhere. As a law student, I find it interesting to see the differences between the law here and the law in my native Hong Kong.
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