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  • Students lament a ‘degradation of academic qualifications’ in China, as a master’s degree from a top university has become the threshold for many positions
  • Analysts do not expect China’s labour market to improve much for college graduates in the next year or two
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The alma maters of President Xi Jinping and Baidu co-founder Robin Li are among the universities that have churned out the most ultra-wealthy graduates, according to a study by Altrata.

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We talk to Hong Kong’s international schoolteachers about how education is changing, from lessons learned during the pandemic, to how improved tech needs to be balanced against more human factors

British institutions Harrow, Rugby School and Malvern College are betting that scions of wealthy Chinese families will be lured by Japan’s proximity, low Covid-19 rates and fewer restrictions on education.

Four Hong Kong tertiary institutions gain ground in latest World University Rankings 2023, with Polytechnic University’s strength in research highlighted.

Residents will be able to obtain permanent residency in as little as three years provided they meet requirements, prompting Hongkongers who might have previously chosen Britain for overseas study to now choose Australia.

To discuss how to choose the best-fit school for students in the UK, the South China Morning Post hosted a discussion panel moderated by Ruth Benny, Founder and Head Girl at Top Schools Hong Kong. Featured on this panel are Tom Bennett, Director of Studies at Sedbergh School, Sue Wallace-Woodroffe, Head Mistress of The Queen's School, and Jane Archibald, Director of External Relations of The Queen's School.

To discuss Singapore’s international education system, the South China Morning Post has hosted a discussion panel moderated by Thomas Chan, News Reporter as part of their Overseas Schools Festival held on April 17.