Students arrive at Wong Siu Ching Secondary School in Tsuen Wan for a DSE exam on April 22. As there are more post-secondary places than DSE candidates this year, enrolling for degree courses should not be a problem. However, higher education institutions should work with employers to improve students’ career prospects. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Students arrive at Wong Siu Ching Secondary School in Tsuen Wan for a DSE exam on April 22. As there are more post-secondary places than DSE candidates this year, enrolling for degree courses should not be a problem. However, higher education institutions should work with employers to improve students’ career prospects. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Letters | Hong Kong’s young people need practical help on problems like internship mismatch

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Students arrive at Wong Siu Ching Secondary School in Tsuen Wan for a DSE exam on April 22. As there are more post-secondary places than DSE candidates this year, enrolling for degree courses should not be a problem. However, higher education institutions should work with employers to improve students’ career prospects. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Students arrive at Wong Siu Ching Secondary School in Tsuen Wan for a DSE exam on April 22. As there are more post-secondary places than DSE candidates this year, enrolling for degree courses should not be a problem. However, higher education institutions should work with employers to improve students’ career prospects. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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