The University of Hong Kong’s director of admissions says the drop in applications was unlikely to have a significant impact on admissions. Photo: Shutterstock Images The University of Hong Kong’s director of admissions says the drop in applications was unlikely to have a significant impact on admissions. Photo: Shutterstock Images
The University of Hong Kong’s director of admissions says the drop in applications was unlikely to have a significant impact on admissions. Photo: Shutterstock Images

At least five Hong Kong universities see drop in non-local applications despite generous scholarship schemes to boost competitiveness

  • HKU, Polytechnic University, Lingnan University and Chinese University have seen a fall, Baptist University expects to see a decline
  • Several local institutions have launched scholarship schemes to attract prospective students from overseas and mainland China

Topic |   Universities in Hong Kong
The University of Hong Kong’s director of admissions says the drop in applications was unlikely to have a significant impact on admissions. Photo: Shutterstock Images The University of Hong Kong’s director of admissions says the drop in applications was unlikely to have a significant impact on admissions. Photo: Shutterstock Images
The University of Hong Kong’s director of admissions says the drop in applications was unlikely to have a significant impact on admissions. Photo: Shutterstock Images
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