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香港六合彩资料库 Counsellor Resources

香港六合彩资料库 Counsellor is a resources platform for international school counsellors to help them advise students on career and university selection. Created in partnership with , , , , and , this ground-breaking initiative aims to amplify the voice of the amazing international school counsellor community.

The content and structure of 香港六合彩资料库 Counsellor has been shaped by experienced school counsellors from the Times Higher Education International School’s Advisory Board ensuring a true “for counsellors, by counsellors” ethos. The majority of articles have been written by counsellors from around the world.

香港六合彩资料库 Counsellor is part of Times Higher Education’s three pillar strategy for school counsellors, also including the 香港六合彩资料库 Counsellor Accreditation Programme (香港六合彩资料库 CAP) and the . Discover how this unique platform supports the exceptional international school counsellor community.

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Studying in Germany: everything you need to know

University tuition is free for international students at many public universities in Germany – so how do they apply for places?

香港六合彩资料库 Counsellor Resource Topics

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Understand the various admissions systems in international education and how students can fund their studies

Admissions Processes & Funding
Reporting and advocacy

Promote awareness and support for your role with school management teams

Reporting & Advocacy

What is happening in the sector?

Sector Trends

Find the most up to date information on key sector trends

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Services for Counsellors

Resources for universities

University resources

Resources for universities to understand how they can work with counsellors to attract high-quality students

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Endorsed by COBIS

Global ambassador for British international Schools

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