Lower cut-offs for courses mean easier entry to Hong Kong universities as falling birth rate results in fewer applying

//Lower cut-offs for courses mean easier entry to Hong Kong universities as falling birth rate results in fewer applying

Lower cut-offs for courses mean easier entry to Hong Kong universities as falling birth rate results in fewer applying

Hong Kong universities have recorded a decline in average admission scores for first-year students on even the most coveted courses – such as law, medicine and business – with fewer applicants meaning less competition for places.A Post analysis found that at least four of the eight publicly funded local universities – Chinese University, the University of Science and Technology, City and Lingnan universities – recorded lower entry scores for more than half of their courses compared to last year…

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