Students work on an assignment at an international school in Tai Po. Photo: SCMP Students work on an assignment at an international school in Tai Po. Photo: SCMP
Students work on an assignment at an international school in Tai Po. Photo: SCMP

exclusive | Hong Kong officials to relax cap on local students at international schools, citing pandemic-related spate of expat departures

  • International schools have long been required to have student bodies comprising at least 70 per cent non-local students
  • However, the rule has proved flexible in the past, and easing it could help schools weather the pandemic, advocates say

Topic |   Hong Kong schools
Students work on an assignment at an international school in Tai Po. Photo: SCMP Students work on an assignment at an international school in Tai Po. Photo: SCMP
Students work on an assignment at an international school in Tai Po. Photo: SCMP
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