Hong Kong’s Vocational Training Council saw a sharp decline in enrolment in self-financing courses. Photo: Felix Wong Hong Kong’s Vocational Training Council saw a sharp decline in enrolment in self-financing courses. Photo: Felix Wong
Hong Kong’s Vocational Training Council saw a sharp decline in enrolment in self-financing courses. Photo: Felix Wong
Education

Two-thirds of Hong Kong private colleges fell short of 2020 enrolment goals – often badly

  • Dwindling number of high school leavers means more spots available at city’s public universities, upping pressure on self-financing institutions
  • Sector experts also note protests, Covid-19 pandemic mean fewer mainland Chinese students are looking at options across border

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Hong Kong’s Vocational Training Council saw a sharp decline in enrolment in self-financing courses. Photo: Felix Wong Hong Kong’s Vocational Training Council saw a sharp decline in enrolment in self-financing courses. Photo: Felix Wong
Hong Kong’s Vocational Training Council saw a sharp decline in enrolment in self-financing courses. Photo: Felix Wong
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