Gifted and talented students often have special educational needs and learning styles. The Winter Program for the Gifted and Talented 2018 is designed to provide diverse stimulating and highly challenging out-of-school learning opportunities for gifted students, and aims to help them explore and develop their talents and potential in an enriched learning environment.
A wide variety of courses and workshops are open to application for Primary 3 through Secondary 6 students. Instructors are professors and lecturers of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, experienced teachers in gifted education, and experts in different professions. Small class size will be maintained to ensure active participation and individual attention from instructors. All assessments, courses, workshops and seminars are held at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, N.T. (except for camps, field trips and specified venues). For details, please see the Course Description (Chinese version only).
Seminars, workshops, and sharing & discussion groups are offered for parents to help them better understand and nurture their gifted children. Seminars titled "Gifted Education and Related Resources in Hong Kong" will be offered. For further details of the seminars, please refer to the last page of the Course Description. For other parent activities, please visit Current Activities (Parents).
All assessments, seminars, courses and workshops (except for camps, field trips and specified venues) are held at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, N.T.
Applicants may apply for admission to one or more courses according to their grade levels and interests. Those who want to attend two or more courses must submit separate applications, and avoid taking courses conducted at the same time (please refer to the Summary of Course Schedulefor the dates and time of the courses.
Application package and other information can be downloaded from this webpage or obtained in person at the PGT office. Application could be completed by the following ways:-
|By Post||Send the completed application form, cheque(s) and supplmentary documents by post to "Program for the Gifted and Talented, Faculty of Education, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, N.T."|
|Apply Online||Fill in the electronic form , upload the required documents, and choose to pay the application fee online|
|Deadline||October 18, 2018 (We are unable to process late applications)|
|Application Fee||A non-refundable fee of |
|Tuition Fee||Tuition fee for each course varies. Please refer to the Course Description (Chinese Version Only) for details|
|Parent Seminar Fee||Please refer to Latest News on the PGT website for the most updated parent activities|
Applicants who require financial assistance are invited to apply for PGT scholarships (including the Madam LO TSE Yin Man Scholarship , Mr. NG Pak Chau Scholarship, RUIZHE Scholarship, YANDARIN Scholarship, and CHONG Sung Wo & WONG Chiu Lan Memorial Scholarship). Decision of award and the amount to be awarded will depend on the applicant’s family financial situation, and will not exceed three-fourths of the tuition fee. Scholarship applications are assessed independently from program admissions.
All applicants have to attend a written assessment at The Chinese University of Hong Kong on November 3 or 10, 2018 (Saturdays). All applicants will be notified of their assigned assessment session in writing. Absence from assessment without prior notice will be considered as withdrawal from application. (Application fee is non-refundable)
Each application will be examined carefully by the PGT Admission Committee. Selection for admission is based on the applicant’s school recommendation, evidence demonstrating the applicant’s talents and potential (such as awards, prizes, or other recognitions), school performance, public examination results, the PGT written assessment results, and the courses and/or workshops applied. Application results will be announced on the PGT website in early-December 2018. Applicants will also be individually notified of their application results in writing.