What is ‘course trading’? Hong Kong universities to quash student practice, where places on programmes are sold for profit

//What is ‘course trading’? Hong Kong universities to quash student practice, where places on programmes are sold for profit

What is ‘course trading’? Hong Kong universities to quash student practice, where places on programmes are sold for profit

Two universities are trying to crack down on “course trading” among students, in which an individual holds a place on a programme and then releases it to a peer for profit, with some popular seats being offered for up to thousands of Hong Kong dollars.Authorities at City and Polytechnic universities have warned students that engaging in such activities could invite disciplinary actions, while the latter will be rolling out fresh measures this week to prevent course trading.A check by the Post…

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By | 2020-08-27T07:44:49+00:00 August 27th, 2020|Education|Comments Off on What is ‘course trading’? Hong Kong universities to quash student practice, where places on programmes are sold for profit