OUR PROGRAMMES INCLUDE:-
An English-in-Action Program which provides conversational English opportunities for those who are interested, including businesspersons, teachers and students.
Scholarships offered to encourage members to attend international conferences, seminars and meetings in English-speaking countries.
Debating and Public-Speaking, Seminars, and Competitions.
“Meet at the ESU” – interesting evenings of practical English usage for social purposes.
A “Distinguished Speaker Series” of informative talks.
An annual Public-Speaking Competition for students aged 16-20.
A Play-Reading Programme held monthly.
“Say Your Piece!” – A literary series of author and attendees; question/answer sessions.
Hong Kong Heritage Walks or outings narrated in English.
Co-ordinate with Standing Committee on Language Education and Research (SCOLAR) for teaching English interest groups at secondary schools and on World Book Fest Day.
Acting as Ad-judicators in English public speaking contests in Hong Kong and China.
Dr Verner Bickley, Mrs Margaret Leung, Ms Karen Cheung & Ms Judy Tam attended the Grand Finals cum Awards Ceremony of the HKFYG Standard Chartered HK English Public Speaking Contest held on 24th February 2018
ESU's 100th year Anniversary Celebration cum International Council Meeting & International Public Speaking Competition
Non-native English speakers meet with native English speaker volunteer leaders in small groups (maximum of four people) to practise conversational English.
Play-Reading is held on the 3rd week of every month On the 21st August 2018. The play theme is “THE MOUSETRAP” by Agatha Christie.
Dr Gillian Bickley and other members of our "Language Doctor" panel answer your query of your specific questions during studying of the English language.
Regular meetings normally held on the first Monday of each montH. A wide variety of talks are delivered by different speakers and welcome members of public to join.
Dr Verner Bickley conducted a workshop to senior secondary students in the "Reading, Listening & Understanding" Programme in collaboration with Standing Committee on Language Education and Research (SCOLAR) on World Book Fest Day.
Luncheon meetings at which distinguished persons will speak on a variety of topics.
Annual placements at the ESU's annual International Public Speaking Competition in London and at international conferences and cultural seminars in English-Speaking countries.