Webinar: Study and career options in Life and Health Sciences (Medicine and allied subjects)

Webinar link
http://bit.ly/321TYEO (Please use this link to login the webinar on 28 Feb at 6.30p.m).
28 February 2020 - 18:30
28 February 2020 - 19:30
28 February 2020 - 18:30 to 19:30

Students who would like to pursue their professional studies in Life and Health Science in the future are encouraged to join the British Council’s upcoming event – Webinar: Study and Career Options in Life and Health Sciences on Wednesday 26 – Friday 28 February.

Academics from up to 8 UK universities will be participating in the event to talk about the study and career options in three main subject areas below:

  • Allied health professions (26 Feb)
  • Biosciences (27 Feb)
  • Medicine and allied subjects (28 Feb)

They will provide a broader knowledge in Life and Health Sciences related fields and what future career opportunities lie ahead after completing your study in UK.

Career in Medicine and Allied Subjects: Finding Your Career Path 

Hong Kong requires development in nursing to cater the needs of an ageing population. While doctors and nurses are at the forefront of patient care, biomedical scientists are the driving force in the development of new drugs, therapies and treatments used by health professionals. Throughout the session, opportunities will be provided to students for their future research careers through discussions.

Speakers' profile

Mr John Surrey
Strategic Advisor
Brunel Medical School

University of Brunel

John Surrey is Strategic Advisor to Brunel Medical School, which is  developing a global medical education community on its West London campus, with the first students enrolling in September 2021.

Julie A. Mills
Director of Quality in teaching and learning
Senior Lecturer in Medical Imaging
Chair of Programme and Module Approval Group (PMAG)

College of Medicine and Health
University of Exeter

Julie Mills is a Senior Lecturer in Medical Imaging at the College of Medicine and Health. Apart from her teaching she leads on ensuring that the teaching of the college is up to the highest standard. [More]

Prof. Nicky High
Director of Undergraduate Studies for the School of Biological Sciences
Division of Infection, Immunity & Respiratory Medicine

University of Manchester

Dr Professor Nicky High is a leading scientist in the area of microbiology in  relation to medicine and disease. Alongside her research and teaching she coordinates the wide range of undergraduate bioscience programmes and regularly visits Hong Kong to meet with prospective students.  [More]