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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
ISF opening speech: 'Education is the mother of leadership'
September 27, 2016
Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. I know principals and teachers rise early; still, I must thank you all for choosing to spend this mid-autumn...
Belt and road
September 27, 2016
Hong Kong will benefit from the OBOR initiative, Vincent Lo Hong-sui, chairman of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), told the engaged...
Acquittals upheld for four Hong Kong teachers accused of leaking entrance exam questions
September 27, 2016
Magistrate Veronica Heung Shuk-han said prosecutors lacked consistency and clarity in convincing the court the questions had to be confidential.
Why forcing market change is good strategy
September 27, 2016
Apple is forcing change on the market again and that’s no bad thing. It’s happened again. Tech bloggers are mourning the loss of yet another...
Anxious Hong Kong parents queue up as applications for discretionary Primary One places open
September 26, 2016
Phase accounts for half of total places at government and aided schools, with remaining spots to be given out via central allocation process.
A bigger pie, but some left starving
September 26, 2016
What Brexit shows more than anything else is that policies associated with globalization—in particular free trade and removal of restrictions on...
City University’s plan to include food safety in a veterinary course could be good for Hong Kong
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  • SCMP Editor
September 25, 2016
The niche academic offering, to go ahead without government funding, could set the city apart as a centre of excellence in an important area. Hong...
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...
Chinese school operators seek IPOs in Hong Kong amid burgeoning education sector
September 22, 2016
Three mainland private education providers are seeking listings as the “sunrise” industry defies the economic slowdown. A number of China’s private...