Two-thirds of Hong Kong private colleges fell short of 2020 enrolment goals – often badly

//Two-thirds of Hong Kong private colleges fell short of 2020 enrolment goals – often badly

Two-thirds of Hong Kong private colleges fell short of 2020 enrolment goals – often badly

More than two-thirds of Hong Kong’s private tertiary institutions failed to meet their enrolment targets this year amid a continuing decline in the number of high school leavers, with one meeting just 10 per cent of its goal and another recording no new enrolments at all.The latest figures from the Education Bureau show that among the city’s 28 self-financing colleges – which serve mainly those whose exam results do not gain them entry to public universities – at least 19 were unable to meet…

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