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2010 Sep, Education and training to Hong Kong 

2010 Sep, Education and training to Hong Kong 

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Publisher Austrade
Date of Report Sep 1, 2010
Price $0.00
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Quick Overview
In 2009, Hong Kong was ranked 12th among the overall international enrolments in Australia with 11,300 enrolments from Hong Kong students. It was dominated by higher education (53 per cent), followed by vocational education and training (VET) (25 per cent), schools (8.5 per cent), English language studies (ELICOS) (6.6 per cent) and others (6.8 per cent). There is ongoing demand from Hong Kong students for overseas secondary, post-secondary and tertiary studies. While demand for overseas education and training remains strong, there is also strong competition from both local and overseas institutions. Australian education and training providers therefore need to develop dynamic courses and offer flexibility in study options.
Table of Contents
"Trends and opportunities
The market
Higher Education
Eight institutions funded by the public through the University Grants Committee
Four self-financing institutions
Publicly funded
Schools
Primary education
Secondary education
Vocation and Technical Training
Distance education
No. of registered transnational courses
No. of exempted transnational courses
Training
Opportunities
Competitive environment
Marketing your products and services
Market entry
Education
Training
Links and industry contacts
Education–related resources
Government, business and trade resources for Hong Kong
Media
Contact details"




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