Social Security Policy in Hong Kong: From British Colony to Chinas Special Administrative Region
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Most of the schools from kindergarten to secondary are either subsidized or aided by public funds, although there also are a large number of private schools.
The number of public schools in Hong Kong is quite small though increasing. Education is compulsory through the junior secondary level. Students finishing primary, junior secondary, and senior secondary education take examinations for allocation of school places at the next higher level.
Postsecondary schools, mostly subsidized, are strained by their small size, although efforts are being made to increase the size and number of institutions. The combined enrollment of the two universities, the University of Hong Kong and the Chinese University of Hong Kong , has risen dramatically since the mids. The Hong Kong Polytechnic , with mainly technical and vocational courses, and the Hong Kong Baptist University , a private institution, offer degree courses in selected subjects.
Colleges of education train teachers, mainly for primary schools, while responsibility for teacher training for secondary education rests with the two universities.
Numerous other vocational, technical, and industrial-training institutions operate throughout Hong Kong, and thousands of students are also enrolled in extension programs. Nonetheless, thousands also travel overseas each year for study. You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience and security. Hong Kong. Article Media.
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