Applying to IKTMC
Application for S1 Discretionary Places 2023-2024
Application dates are between 3rd January – 17th January 2023.
Interview Date: 11 Feb 2023 Saturday
Please bring along the following documents and apply at the school general office from 9:00am-4:30pm.
The confirmed list applicant will be informed by letter and phone on 31st March 2023 (Thursday).
- Application form can be submitted in person.
- Number of S1 discretionary places is 30
- All applicant will be interviewed
- No recommendation letter is required
- Applicants can call the General Office at 2570 9066 for more enquiries.
- Students’ academic performance. (50%)
- Students’ Conduct. (10%)
- Student’s participation and performance in extracurricular activities and social service. (20%)
- Performance of student at the interview. (20%)
- A caring and safe campus
- A multi-cultural environment with students and teachers from more than 10 countries
- English as the medium of instruction
- A language-rich learning environment
- Quality education through a well-balanced curriculum in moral, academic, physical, social, civic, and spiritual domains
- Diversified learning programs and activities
- Free after-school enhancement and remedial classes
- More than 40 extra-curricular clubs, groups, and school teams
- Cross-border & overseas educational trips
- School Bus Services are provided
- Around 40 different scholarships and financial support funds are offered
- Strong linkage with local and overseas universities
- Active Parent-Teacher Association (PTA)
Newly Arrived Children
- Newly arrived children are urged to apply as soon as possible on arrival.
- They will need to produce their HKID card and travel documents for inspection to make sure they can go to public school.
- Admission and entry level will be determined by the interview and the performance of the applicants in the entrance examination. Each of the tests (i.e. English, Mathematics and Chinese tests) is one hour long.
- Chinese language is a compulsory subject for all students at the College. Non-Chinese students who can follow the local curriculum are encouraged to sit for the local HKDSE exam. The others will be prepared for the GCSE Chinese exam. According to the College policy, only English and Chinese are to be used in the classroom for learning and interaction.
- Subjects other than Chinese language will be taught through the medium of English. Students may get extra support from teaching assistants who can speak English, Urdu, Nepali, or Thai, respectively.
- The College provides school bus service so that parents do not have to worry about transportation problems and road safety.
- The College will consider other applicants if there are still vacant seats after the summer or because of sudden withdrawals.
- Admission as well as entry level will be determined by the interview and the performance of the applicants in the entrance examination. Each of the tests (i.e. English, Mathematics and Chinese tests) is one hour long.
- The College will give preference to applicants with good school records and excellent conduct.
- Applicants can call the General Office at 2570 9066 to make an interview booking in advance.