BSJ’s University Hub consists of 3 experienced University and Careers Counsellors who are dedicated to helping students make excellent choices in regards to their careers, degree subjects and university destinations.
My background is in teaching Psychology, Geography and PHSE and I moved over to work as a University Guidance Counsellor 8 years ago. Previous to working at BSJ I worked in university counselling in both Thailand and Egypt. I counsel in all global markets and have experience in counselling in the UK, US, Canada, Netherlands and Australia, as well as experience in many Asian destinations such as Singapore and Korea. My particular specialties are applications to the UK including Elite Oxbridge and Medicine applications. However, I have worked with students who have been accepted to top universities globally including: Berkeley, UCLA, UPenn, USC, Carnegie Mellon, NYU, BU, Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial College, UCL, UAmsterdam, UToronto, UBC, McGill, UMelbourne, USydney and UNSW to name just a few.
Ryan Jordan has been working in education for twenty years, in England, the United States, Thailand, China, Taiwan, and the Czech Republic. He is extremely excited to be joining the team at the British School Jakarta. He has a bachelor's degree in Art Education, a master's degree in advocacy and political leadership, and is currently completing another master's degree in educational leadership. Ryan and his wife are expecting their first child this autumn. Ryan loves the outdoors, playing music, and exploring fitness, mindfulness and wellbeing.
Regina is a Clinical Psychologist who has been working in prestigious national and international schools for nearly fifteen years. The past eleven years she worked at an IB World School in Jakarta, helping students with their socio-emotional needs, as well as guiding them towards securing a place at their dream university.
Although Regina may not have worked outside of Indonesia, she has had experience living abroad. These past few years she has travelled extensively, mostly in her capacity as an education professional, to attend conferences, workshops and counsellors fly-in programmes. She has helped students with successful applications to top universities in various countries, such as but not limited to UK, US, Canada, Netherlands, Australia, South Korea, Singapore, Japan, Hong Kong, and of course, Indonesia.
Apart from being a counsellor, Regina has been an IB Diploma Psychology teacher for the past seven years. In the past, she also coached students for Model United Nations, Harvard Model Congress and the World Scholar’s Cup. Outside of work, she enjoys singing and coaching choir.