Hong Kong

Developing International Education Hubs in Asia

By Nick Clark, Editor, World Education News & Reviews Facing demographic challenges, or looking to retool and grow their economies, a number of countries across Asia have been competing over the last decade to attract the best students and, in


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Secondary Education in Hong Kong

Hong Kong Secondary Education

In this article, we offer an introduction to Hong Kong’s New Senior Secondary (NSS) academic structure and curriculum, in addition to the new credentials and transcripts from the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE), first issued in the fall of 2012. This profile builds on an earlier webinar by Yuki Inoue, WES’ Asia-Pacific Group Leader.


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Chinese Students’ International Study: Factors Feeding the Decision Process

By Ann White, director, Hong Kong-China, the Institute of International Education VIEW WEBINAR ARCHIVE: EDUCATION IN CHINA For several years, China has clearly been on course to regain its position as the top source of international students for U.S. institutions


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Hong Kong’s Education Reforms and Internationalization Plans

By Nick Clark, Editor, World Education News & Reviews Hong Kong is readying itself for major reforms to its education system that will see secondary school students graduating a year earlier at age 17 and universities offering four-year undergraduate degrees


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Hong Kong Shares Details on Education Reforms and Desire for Academic Hub Status

By Nick Clark, Editor, World Education News & Reviews A high-level delegation of education leaders from Hong Kong toured the United States this month, stopping in New York, Washington D.C. and San Francisco to strengthen ties with universities, government officials


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University Rankings: Hong Kong

Education 18.com & the Public Opinion Program <www.education18.com/item04/0409/000.htm> In 2005 education18.com, a division of Media Education Info-Tech Co., Ltd, a consulting business for offshore education providers, produced its fifth annual survey of Cantonese-speaking public opinion on Hong Kong’s eight public


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