Martin Campion

Martin Campion is the founder of Campion College Consultancy. With 20 years' experience in university guidance with the ESF, he has won awards from the Council of International Schools and Yale University.
Martin Campion
Martin Campion is the founder of Campion College Consultancy. With 20 years' experience in university guidance with the ESF, he has won awards from the Council of International Schools and Yale University.

Latest from Martin Campion

EdTalk | Will my child be safe at university?

Although students are young adults by the time they go to university abroad, this will be the question in many parents’ minds long before they leave the parental nest and the relative safety of Hong Kong

30 Jan 2019 - 3:35PM

Although students are young adults by the time they go to university abroad, this will be the question in many parents’ minds long before they leave the parental nest and the relative safety of Hong Kong

Will my child be safe at university?
EdTalk | UK universities and the ‘Brexit effect’

How will things change when Brexit finally arrives next March and how concerned should potential Hong Kong applicants be?

20 Nov 2018 - 12:29PM

How will things change when Brexit finally arrives next March and how concerned should potential Hong Kong applicants be?

UK universities and the ‘Brexit effect’
How technology is changing university admissions

Much of the change is positive but to reap the benefits, the student must control the technology and not vice versa

9 Nov 2018 - 10:41AM

Much of the change is positive but to reap the benefits, the student must control the technology and not vice versa

How technology is changing university admissions
EdTalk | Overseas admission success: what schools and curricula work best?

International school students do not necessarily have an edge over their local school counterparts in applying to overseas universities

29 Oct 2018 - 7:23AM

International school students do not necessarily have an edge over their local school counterparts in applying to overseas universities

Overseas admission success: what schools and curricula work best?
EdTalk | WNHK: the ‘why not Hong Kong?’ dilemma

Instead of going to university overseas, more international school students are mulling the idea of staying put in the SAR to get their degree. But they and their families have some important factors to weigh up in making this vital decision

11 Sep 2018 - 11:33AM

Instead of going to university overseas, more international school students are mulling the idea of staying put in the SAR to get their degree. But they and their families have some important factors to weigh up in making this vital decision

WNHK: the ‘why not Hong Kong?’ dilemma
EdTalk | Why is getting into an Ivy so difficult and unpredictable?

Taking a look at the figures goes some way to explain this but doesn’t tell the whole story. From the student perspective, the fact that the Ivy League represents 0.2% of higher education institutions in the USA offers lessons for their research

15 Aug 2018 - 10:32AM

Taking a look at the figures goes some way to explain this but doesn’t tell the whole story. From the student perspective, the fact that the Ivy League represents 0.2% of higher education institutions in the USA offers lessons for their research

Why is getting into an Ivy so difficult and unpredictable?
EdTalk | Trump, Trudeau and Brexit

The US leader’s harsh rhetoric, and the UK vote to quit the EU, have limited impact on Hong Kong students’ study plans

5 Aug 2018 - 10:19AM

The US leader’s harsh rhetoric, and the UK vote to quit the EU, have limited impact on Hong Kong students’ study plans

Trump, Trudeau and Brexit
EdTalk | ‘Exam Results Season’ – is the stress really necessary?

The small summer gap between final school exams and university entry means that places are often ‘conditional’ on those results

The small summer gap between final school exams and university entry means that places are often ‘conditional’ on those results

29 Oct 2018 - 7:23AM

The small summer gap between final school exams and university entry means that places are often ‘conditional’ on those results

The small summer gap between final school exams and university entry means that places are often ‘conditional’ on those results

‘Exam Results Season’ – is the stress really necessary?