Ssecondary students going to school in Wan Chai on May 3. The number of local secondary school graduates is expected to stay low in the next three academic years at least. Photo: Dickson Lee
Ssecondary students going to school in Wan Chai on May 3. The number of local secondary school graduates is expected to stay low in the next three academic years at least. Photo: Dickson Lee
Justin Chan
Opinion

Opinion

Justin Chan

As pool of DSE takers shrink, self-financing tertiary institutions must also attract students from elsewhere

  • To start, the government can help by removing curbs to let more such institutions enrol more mainland students
  • It can also help finance new programmes to teach skills sought-after throughout the Greater Bay Area

Ssecondary students going to school in Wan Chai on May 3. The number of local secondary school graduates is expected to stay low in the next three academic years at least. Photo: Dickson Lee
Ssecondary students going to school in Wan Chai on May 3. The number of local secondary school graduates is expected to stay low in the next three academic years at least. Photo: Dickson Lee
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