Shenzhen, one of the nine Guangdong province cities that are part of the Greater Bay Area development zone. The number of private institutions stood at 191,500 last year, making up more than a third of all such institutions in China. Photo: Martin Chan Shenzhen, one of the nine Guangdong province cities that are part of the Greater Bay Area development zone. The number of private institutions stood at 191,500 last year, making up more than a third of all such institutions in China. Photo: Martin Chan
Shenzhen, one of the nine Guangdong province cities that are part of the Greater Bay Area development zone. The number of private institutions stood at 191,500 last year, making up more than a third of all such institutions in China. Photo: Martin Chan

China’s private education operators eye Greater Bay Area expansion, as economic hub attracts more talent and resources

  • Hong Kong-listed Wisdom Education aims to build schools in all nine Guangdong province cities part of the development zone
  • China Education aims to leverage shortage of quality colleges in the region

Topic |   Greater Bay Area
Shenzhen, one of the nine Guangdong province cities that are part of the Greater Bay Area development zone. The number of private institutions stood at 191,500 last year, making up more than a third of all such institutions in China. Photo: Martin Chan Shenzhen, one of the nine Guangdong province cities that are part of the Greater Bay Area development zone. The number of private institutions stood at 191,500 last year, making up more than a third of all such institutions in China. Photo: Martin Chan
Shenzhen, one of the nine Guangdong province cities that are part of the Greater Bay Area development zone. The number of private institutions stood at 191,500 last year, making up more than a third of all such institutions in China. Photo: Martin Chan
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