MEET 2020 Application Form
Thank you for your interest in MEET. This is a student-run, non-profit educational initiative founded in 2016 by several students at the University of Edinburgh. Our annual 3-week summer programme brings students from Edinburgh University to Macau, China where they become mentors for underprivileged high school students, providing opportunities which may not be possible otherwise.
More information can be found on our website
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Level of study
(Please specify UG/PG/exchange and year)
Year 1 Undergraduate
Year 2 Undergraduate
Year 3 Undergraduate
Year 4 Undergraduate
Year 5 or above Undergraduate
Course of study
(Name of degree e.g. MA Politics, Philosophy and Economics)
Short answer questions
The following questions will give us a chance to learn more about your views on the trip and your teaching ideas you might have. (Suggested word count - less than 100)
Please briefly introduce yourself. This may include fun facts about your home, your course of study or your own interests.
What attracts you to join the programme and what do you hope to gain from this tour?
As a mentor of high school students in Macau, what idea/experience/project do you want to bring and teach during this trip?
List out any relevant experiences on teaching if you have, e.g. English teaching, organising exchange trips, working with young people...etc.
Help the MEET Team to improve your travel & teaching experience in Macau!
Any other information you think might be useful to tell us in consideration of your application? (optional)
Please indicate if there is any access requirement or special adjustment that you would like us to provide to facilitate your participation in the project.
How did you hear about MEET?
This is the end of the application form. Thanks again for your interest. We will contact you as soon as possible about the result of the application or any further discussion regarding the trip.
For more information or queries about the programme, please contact us via Facebook (
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Joining MEET programme will be dependent on full participation in pre-departure activities, including meetings and trainings. All information we collected will be kept confidential and stored in a password protected database. No information will be shared with any persons outwith the planning committee of MEET2020 or used for purposes other than the organization of MEET. If you have any concerns regarding the application form or would like to have your details removed, please do not hesitate to contact
Macau Edinburgh Exchange Tour (MEET) is a registered Scottish Charity SCIO (SC048402).
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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