More than 40 per cent of Hong Kong secondary school graduates express ‘keen interest’ or ‘willingness’ to study at universities in mainland China, survey finds

//More than 40 per cent of Hong Kong secondary school graduates express ‘keen interest’ or ‘willingness’ to study at universities in mainland China, survey finds

More than 40 per cent of Hong Kong secondary school graduates express ‘keen interest’ or ‘willingness’ to study at universities in mainland China, survey finds

More than 40 per cent of Hong Kong secondary school graduates have expressed a “willingness” or “keen interest” in pursuing higher education in mainland China, with 70 per cent of those pupils also eyeing universities in the Greater Bay Area, according to a survey released on Sunday by a leading student counselling group.For respondents who were not interested, the three top reasons were “differences in political and social environment”, “cultural differences” and “the study environment”.Hok…

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