Web tool shows options for ielts students Students who have taken the IELTS English language test can find out what opportunities it opens up for them worldwide using a new web-based search tool. The global recognition system shows a candidate which universities and employers would accept them for admission or employment with their particular score. It also gives immigration score requirements for Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Visit www.ielts.org Baptist students receive $8m in scholarships Scholarships totalling more than $8 million have been awarded to 420 Baptist University students after donations from more than 130 companies, organisations and individuals. Baptist University has also received $2.1 million in bursaries and loans from more than 25 organisations and individuals that will benefit more than 200 students. HKIS invites submissions for film festival Hong Kong International School is calling for entries for its spring film festival, to be held on May 13, for students aged 18 or younger. Prizes will be awarded for best ads/promotional films, music video, documentaries and short dramatic stories, and there will also be one overall festival winner. Deadline for submissions is Wednesday. For more details, e-mail email@example.com or visit http://dragonnet.hkis.edu.hk/hs/dragonnews/clubs/filmclub06 St Paul's co-educational names principal An elite local school has named the principal to head its two primary sections when they merge in September. Lydia Lee Tuen-yee, currently head of St Paul's Co-Educational Primary School on Kennedy Road, will take the reins of its sister institution on MacDonnel Road at the start of the next school year. Both halves of the newly combined St Paul's Co-Educational College Primary School are scheduled to move into a purpose-built campus in Wong Chuk Hang in September 2008. Polyu student wins design competition Rony Chan Hoi-kat, 22, a third-year design student at Polytechnic University, defeated 350 international competitors to win the gold prize and S$10,000 ($48,800) in Singapore's Vivocity Student Design Contest for innovative street furniture with her four 'raindrop' seats.