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How higher education in Hong Kong reinforces social inequalities

The sub-degree programmes that tend to attract youth from less-privileged backgrounds cost more to attend but offer less wage potential than a full degree. Those who fail to earn a government-funded university place deserve more help.

21 Jan 2018 - 7:12PM

The sub-degree programmes that tend to attract youth from less-privileged backgrounds cost more to attend but offer less wage potential than a full degree. Those who fail to earn a government-funded university place deserve more help.

How higher education in Hong Kong reinforces social inequalities
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