A father and his son at Queen’s College in Causeway Bay on Monday, the first day of the discretionary place admission exercise for Form One students. Photo: Nora Tam
A father and his son at Queen’s College in Causeway Bay on Monday, the first day of the discretionary place admission exercise for Form One students. Photo: Nora Tam
Education

Hong Kong parents cite waning competition for school places as discretionary admission exercise kicks off, point to broader emigration wave

  • Fewer than 20 parents turned up at Queen’s College in Causeway Bay between 9am and 11am on Monday, the first day of the application exercise
  • Some parents say they chose the school in part because they believe acceptance rate would be higher given recent emigration wave

Topic |   Education
A father and his son at Queen’s College in Causeway Bay on Monday, the first day of the discretionary place admission exercise for Form One students. Photo: Nora Tam
A father and his son at Queen’s College in Causeway Bay on Monday, the first day of the discretionary place admission exercise for Form One students. Photo: Nora Tam
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