ST. HILDA'S COLLEGE

Since 1912, families at St. Hilda’s not only find the formal education they are seeking for their children, but a place where each individual is given an all-round background: academic, cultural, in the Arts and in sport, spiritual and social

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(+54 11) 4452-6647

 

Isabel La Católica 1710, B1686FKN, Hurlingham, Buenos Aires, Argentina

 

sthildas@sthildas.esc.edu.ar

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As a complement to our strong academic programme, at St. Hilda’s it is our priority that students have an ethic behavior, according to Christian values established by the School founders more than a century ago, and which are still valid.  This way the School has a Counselling Programme for students, that includes support and vocational orientation under the supervision of a professional team ad hoc.

CAREER ORIENTATION

As part of the programme ‘Guidance for a meaningful life’ and through different initiatives we accompany students in their path towards self-knowledge and personal and social development; as well, we provide support in their process of reflecting about their academic interests and their professional future.

 

For several years we have organized a University Fair at school, which was visited by hundreds of students in the Western and Northern areas and the Capital city.

 

Today we have a pedagogical career orientation process that consists of different techniques and interviews which have the aim of supporting our students so that they can plan their future and build their own professional project. This process is complemented by visits to the most popular universities amongst our students, workshops and events at different universities.

 

We also organise the Future Forum, an event for students in the last two years of the Secondary school, where former students share with them their professional experiences and answer questions about their careers; the purpose of the forum is to allow students to get a deeper insight into different working experiences and make a more informed decision as regards their future.

 

Added to this, and in order to facilitate the coordination between school and university life, St. Hilda’s College has several agreements for cooperation, coordination and exchange (which in some cases include scholarships and loans) with the following universities:

  • CAECE (Centro de Altos Estudios en Ciencias Exactas)

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  • UADE (Universidad Argentina de la Empresa)

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  • Universidad Favaloro

  • Universidad de Belgrano

  • Universidad del Salvador

  • Universidad Torcuato Di Tella

SCHOOL SUPPORT

For new students whose English level is not as advanced as their schoolmates, there are special support classes so they can reach the required level in a brief period and thus integrate our bilingual programme.  This school also has a team of psychologists and learning specialists that accompany pupils throughout their school period