A Bordeaux Appeal for Prospective Hong Kong Students [fr]
The European Higher Education Fair just took place last weekend (15 & 16 March 2014) attracted a record high of up to 5,100 visitors, who were passionately attended by French exhibitors both from Bordeaux.
Riding the trend of Hong Kong people’s interests in Bordeaux especially in its wine, the two insightful institutions made Hong Kong a stop in their promotion and recruitment tour, appealing to the artistic potentials of young students and professionals in the city.
The schools offering esthetic and practical training – one on fashion design and the other on make-up – correspond to the popular fields for Hong Kong people’s vocational education. In charismatic Bordeaux where students have immersion in art and culture, they can do their studies in English while grasping the opportunity to learn the French language. More information on the schools and their curriculum can be found in their websites in the following.
Bordeaux exhibitors —
Françoise B. Ecole privée d’esthétique http://www.francoiseb.fr/ecole-esthetique/
Opening ceremony —
The Honorable Eddie NG (Secretary for Education of Hong Kong) and Mr Vincent PIKET (Head of EU Office to Hong Kong) officiating the opening ceremony, after all the representatives of the European countries have put up their flag and signed
Representatives of the participating European countries
Ms Anne DENIS-BLANCHARDON, Consul for Culture, Education and Science of the Consulate General of France in Hong Kong and Macao, puts up the French flag and signs at the opening ceremony
Language workshop —
Ms Martine FAURE, Attachée for Educational and Linguistics Affairs, and Ms Jessica CHAN, Representative of Campus France, conducting a dynamic French language workshop
Alumni sharing —
An alumna of France shared her experience of studying in France to interested visitors