The application process is comprised of three stages. Admissions decisions can be made only after all information listed below is gathered by the school.
Concordia International School practices a rolling admissions policy to assist expatriates relocating to Hong Kong during the school year. Applications are accepted all year round.
1. Online applications can be filled along with the bank reference of transferred amount of HKD 1000 towards a non-refundable application fee. (Account details: HSBC #193-072311-001). Application may not be processed if the bank reference is not filled in.
Applications can also be submitted personally by completing the printed application form along with a cheque drawn in favor of ‘Concordia International School’ or cash of HKD 1000 towards a non-refundable application fee.
Kindly note that the payment of application fee does not secure admission.
2. The originals of the following documents should be presented when called for an interview:
i) Copy of Hong Kong ID or passport
ii) Records of past academic performance.
Photocopies are acceptable although originals must be sighted during the interview. Academic records (school reports or transcripts) must include a fax number and contact person for the issuing institution. Concordia reserves the right to contact any school to verify information presented.
iii) SAT/ACT scores record if applicable.
iv) TOEFL/IELTS scores if applicable.
v) Any other special reports.
3. Visiting the school:
Placement testing. A 1-1.5 hour placement test in English and Mathematics must be conducted at the school 1) after all supporting application materials have been submitted and 2) before an interview can take place.
Interview. A personal interview with the parent/s and child is the last stage of the admissions process. Parents wishing to make an appointment for the interview and placement test should contact the General Office by phone at (852)2789 9890 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All of the above documents may be scanned and emailed as an attachment, faxed, mailed or hand-delivered to the school.
After the admissions process is completed, a decision is presented to the family. If a letter of acceptance is presented, it is valid for a restricted period of time. If a family fails to accept the offer and pay a deposit within the designated period of time, the applicant’s seat in the upcoming class is no longer reserved.