More than a third of Hong Kong’s government-subsidised schools hope to increase their tuitions next year. Photo: Winson Wong More than a third of Hong Kong’s government-subsidised schools hope to increase their tuitions next year. Photo: Winson Wong
More than a third of Hong Kong’s government-subsidised schools hope to increase their tuitions next year. Photo: Winson Wong

More than a third of Hong Kong’s semi-private schools plan to increase tuitions next year

  • However, most of the 80 schools will be freezing fees amid the economic downturn brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic
  • Last year, 23 semi-private schools were granted permission to raise their fees by education authorities

Topic |   Hong Kong schools
More than a third of Hong Kong’s government-subsidised schools hope to increase their tuitions next year. Photo: Winson Wong More than a third of Hong Kong’s government-subsidised schools hope to increase their tuitions next year. Photo: Winson Wong
More than a third of Hong Kong’s government-subsidised schools hope to increase their tuitions next year. Photo: Winson Wong
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