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Nine in 10 grads rate their b-school degree a good to outstanding value
June 25, 2015
Early Job Offers for Full-Time Two-Year MBA Grads at Three-Year High
Making Decisions is Educational: Loving a Red Alert
September 23, 2016
When we sense that things are “a bloody mess”, that’s when we’re most likely experiencing our personal red alert. A red alert usually triggers...
Moderation in the Digital Age
September 22, 2016
Many people can’t seem to get through a whole day without checking their digital screens to see what’s going on with the friends, acquaintances, and...
Hong Kong professor bags first-ever Chinese version of Nobel Prize
September 20, 2016
One of two Future Science Prize winners, Chinese University’s Professor Dennis Lo Yuk-ming takes home Life Science Prize for developing test for Down...
Make city more conducive for Hong Kong youth to take business risks, young entrepreneurs urge
September 20, 2016
They call for more recognition, higher pay for science, tech graduates to mitigate high cost of living and spur them to form start-ups. Hong Kong...
Three universities in Hong Kong in top 10 of rankings of young institutions
September 20, 2016
University of Science and Technology retains spot in second place, while City University keeps fourth spot and Polytechnic University stays in sixth...
Principals and students react as Hong Kong Education Bureau axes school reading grants
September 20, 2016
Schools used to receive up to HK$17,234 per year to spend on books and reading materials. A group representing secondary school principals has...
Why don’t Hong Kong schools perform head checks for lice?
September 19, 2016
A Hong Kong mother is frustrated that her daughter is missing school after contracting head lice and bemoans the lack of nit nurses. My daughter has...
Going it alone: Hong Kong City University to offer veterinary course in 2017 even though government funding not yet confirmed
September 19, 2016
Students will have to pay annual tuition fee of HK$120,000 for the six-year course; university is seeking accreditation from Australasian council. A...
Active management works better for institutions than individuals
September 19, 2016
Individual investors have long known that it’s possible to make more money in low-cost, low-maintenance index funds than in actively managed...
Fintech – the next frontier for Hong Kong’s battle with Singapore?
September 19, 2016
With world-leader London compromised by Brexit, the Asian tigers sniff blood in the arena of financial technology. Perennial “frenemies” Singapore...