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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
Upcoming Events - Updated on July 3, 2015
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July 3, 2015
MSc Accounting and Finance Information Seminar HKU School of Professional and Continuing Education Tuesday, July 7, 2015 - 19:00 to 20:00 / Admiralty
Is blended e-learning the future of MBA teaching?
July 3, 2015
Recently, debates concerning teaching have centred on two key questions – what and how. While these fundamental questions have been prominent...
Albert Chan, retiring president of Hong Kong Baptist University, gives his own tenure a passing grade
June 30, 2015
Retiring Baptist University president reflects on tenure ahead of final day. Baptist University president Professor Albert Chan Sun-chi yesterday...
Asian students fight Ivy League prejudice
June 30, 2015
Asian-Americans are fighting what they claim is racial bias in undergraduate admissions at a top Ivy League School.
Chinese University medical students can spend first half of training at Cambridge
June 30, 2015
Scholarship recipients eligible to spend first half of their studies at British university. Medical students at Chinese University will have the...
Students have been let down by local exam that is far too difficult
June 30, 2015
I refer to the letters by Cheung Wai-yu ("Students of English have few excuses", June 7) and Henry Wong ("Reading is key to language learning", May 4...
Five Hong Kong summer camps to educate and entertain kids
June 30, 2015
From surfing to kung fu, from circus skills to musical theatre, Hong Kong is full of activities and camps for the summer. Summer is here, and for...
Japanese publisher recalls 10,000 textbooks after student finds girl in illustration with three arms
June 30, 2015
A Japanese publisher recalled 10,000 textbooks for elementary pupils after an eagle-eyed student noticed a girl in one of the illustrations had three...
Hong Kong’s ‘objective’ student evaluations are a blight that need to be removed
June 30, 2015
Philip Yeung says the Territory-wide System Assessment, created by bureaucrats for bureaucrats, merely adds to the unnecessary pressure in the...
Employers ‘face higher labour costs as staff seek more’
June 30, 2015
Job prospects in Hong Kong are looking rosier, but companies are threatened with rising labour costs as existing and potential employees demand more...