Gui Wan, director of the China Education Exchange and Exchange Center (Hong Kong), said on February 27th that more and more Hong Kong students have chosen to go to the Mainland to study in China because of their professional diversity. This shows that Hong Kong people’s understanding of mainland schools has been continuously enhanced.
In 2017, the China Education Exchange Exchange (Hong Kong) Center invited about 300 Hong Kong students from mainland universities to conduct a survey. As a result, it was found that nearly 28% of respondents said they chose to study in the Mainland because of diversified professional diversity in the Mainland, which is higher than 20% in 2015. The percentage of students attending universities in the Mainland due to low tuition fees and insufficient academic performance is high. Declined, with the latter falling from 32% to 21.4%.
Gong Wan said at the media gathering that the percentage of Hong Kong students who applied for universities in the Mainland because of economic and performance factors has dropped significantly. They mainly consider professionalism. They believe that the level of colleges and universities in the Mainland continues to increase, and that Hong Kong people have increased awareness of mainland universities. related.
The China Education Exchange and Study Exchange (Hong Kong) Center is responsible for handling applications for the "Exemption from Hong Kong student plan for some colleges and universities in the Mainland". Gong Wan indicated that among the Hong Kong students who participated in this program, the most people reported the schools in Guangdong Province, followed by Fujian Province, and the number of students choosing to enroll in Shanghai universities also continued to increase.
As far as the largest number of students in Hong Kong are enrolled in, Chinese medicine, business administration, economics, law, news dissemination, clinical medicine, and history are followed. At the same time, there are students who apply for archeology, landscape architecture, Russian and other less-professional colleges in Hong Kong.
The “Take part-time enrollment for Hong Kong students in some universities in Mainland China in 2018” will start accepting applications on March 1st. There are several optimization measures in this year. For example, the minimum admission standard for the “President Recommendation Program” is more flexible than before, and participation in the exemption from enrolment plan The number of mainland colleges and universities has increased to 102, and the 12 new schools are mainly engineering.
At present, there are mainly three ways that Hong Kong people can go to universities in the Mainland. In addition to participating in the exemption-free enrollment program, they can also participate in joint venture examinations for students from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan, as well as independent enrollment plans for individual institutions.
In 2017, there were 1295 Hong Kong students admitted to universities in the Mainland through the Exemption Admissions Program, which were distributed in 150 different professions; 2,095 candidates were admitted through the Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Federation of Overseas Chinese Examinations.
As of October 2017, there were 13,300 Hong Kong students studying in the Mainland.