Secondary students in Hong Kong display their invention, gloves that can translate sign language into sound and text, which can then be imported into a smartphone to help those with hearing and speech disabilities. HKU’s new scoring system will improve the chances of STEM talents being offered university places. Photo: Dickson Lee Secondary students in Hong Kong display their invention, gloves that can translate sign language into sound and text, which can then be imported into a smartphone to help those with hearing and speech disabilities. HKU’s new scoring system will improve the chances of STEM talents being offered university places. Photo: Dickson Lee
Secondary students in Hong Kong display their invention, gloves that can translate sign language into sound and text, which can then be imported into a smartphone to help those with hearing and speech disabilities. HKU’s new scoring system will improve the chances of STEM talents being offered university places. Photo: Dickson Lee

Universities in Hong Kong

Letters | HKU scores with tech boost, but could have timed it better for DSE students

  • HKU’s new admissions criteria will benefit students with special STEM talent but poor language skills. However, for many sitting the DSE in 2019, the announcement was too sudden

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Secondary students in Hong Kong display their invention, gloves that can translate sign language into sound and text, which can then be imported into a smartphone to help those with hearing and speech disabilities. HKU’s new scoring system will improve the chances of STEM talents being offered university places. Photo: Dickson Lee Secondary students in Hong Kong display their invention, gloves that can translate sign language into sound and text, which can then be imported into a smartphone to help those with hearing and speech disabilities. HKU’s new scoring system will improve the chances of STEM talents being offered university places. Photo: Dickson Lee
Secondary students in Hong Kong display their invention, gloves that can translate sign language into sound and text, which can then be imported into a smartphone to help those with hearing and speech disabilities. HKU’s new scoring system will improve the chances of STEM talents being offered university places. Photo: Dickson Lee
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