Researchers behind a new study say the political situation in Hong Kong may have been a factor in employers’ perceptions of the city’s graduates. Photo: Sam Tsang Researchers behind a new study say the political situation in Hong Kong may have been a factor in employers’ perceptions of the city’s graduates. Photo: Sam Tsang
Researchers behind a new study say the political situation in Hong Kong may have been a factor in employers’ perceptions of the city’s graduates. Photo: Sam Tsang

Three Hong Kong universities slide down global league table ranking graduates’ employability

  • HKUST drops to 26th in the world for producing employer-friendly graduates, depriving the city of any top 20 institutions
  • Researchers for the study, published in the Britain-based Times Higher Education magazine, say the decline could be linked to politics

Topic |   Universities in Hong Kong
Researchers behind a new study say the political situation in Hong Kong may have been a factor in employers’ perceptions of the city’s graduates. Photo: Sam Tsang Researchers behind a new study say the political situation in Hong Kong may have been a factor in employers’ perceptions of the city’s graduates. Photo: Sam Tsang
Researchers behind a new study say the political situation in Hong Kong may have been a factor in employers’ perceptions of the city’s graduates. Photo: Sam Tsang
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