We place a great deal of importance on student guidance, whether it is during their school years or by mapping out their higher education plans or future career.
Our university guidance department is made up of five guidance counsellors, each with a specific geographic area of expertise, and one administrative and communications assistant.
The university guidance department aims to ensure students are fully aware of the demands of higher education, and corresponding career prospects, and to enable each student to develop and implement their own personalised plan.
Working alongside both teaching staff and parents, guidance counsellors help each student develop their higher education plan, aiming to:
In addition, the university guidance team:
France is a popular destination for French stream students, with students from every cohort accepted into a wide range of higher education institutions and universities, including some highly selective ones, for example:
The UK is the most popular of the anglophone destinations across both streams. FIS graduates are accepted into well-regarded universities across the UK, including members of the Russell Group and other selective institutions, for example:
Canada is a very popular destination across both streams, with the advantage of a relatively flexible degree approach and, for French nationals, reduced tuition fees at universities in Québec province. Universities attended include:
FIS has the university guidance expertise to guide students through the complex US admission process. Recent destinations include:
Some FIS graduates are very attached to Hong Kong and choose to continue their studies at some of its excellent universities, for example: