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HK students win science medals

Hong Kong students have won three gold and three silver medals at the International Junior Science Olympiad.

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An eye-opening study experience

They say the benefits of studying abroad are felt both by individuals and entire nations. So the Scholarship for Excellence Scheme was launched in 2014 to help outstanding Hong Kong students pursue studies in renowned universities around the world. Many beneficiaries of the scheme have returned to Hong Kong to work after finishing their studies.

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Kevin Yeung visits Wong Tai Sin

Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung has visited Wong Tai Sin to tour a secondary school and officiate at a health and safety carnival.

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HK students do well in int'l test

Hong Kong students have performed well in the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study 2016, the Education Bureau announces.

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Online university admissions open

A new round of the Electronic Advance Application System for Post-secondary Programmes (E-APP) will run from December 7 until May 16.

 

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Mainland education expo opens

Members of the public visit booths at this year’s Mainland Higher Education Expo at the Convention & Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai to learn more about studying on the Mainland.

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Good Employer Charter launched

Acting Secretary for Labour & Welfare Caspar Tsui has launched the Good Employer Charter to boost workers' welfare.

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Student safety to be enhanced

The Education Bureau will strengthen the monitoring and reporting system in schools to enhance student safety following a Hong Kong hurdler's claim she was sexually assaulted as a teenager.

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School policy group meets

The Task Force on School-based Management Policy has convened its first meeting to discuss its terms of reference and work plan.

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Kevin Yeung visits Kwai Tsing

Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung has visited Kwai Tsing to meet District Councillors and tour a special school.

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Teacher study programme opens

The third programme under the Education Bureau's "i-Journey" Paid Non-local Study Leave Scheme for Secondary School Teachers has opened for application.

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Making a master gardener

Earning a Higher Diploma in Landscape Architecture at the Hong Kong Design Institute, 23-year-old Christina Chung joined the Junior Master Gardener Training Project this year.The scheme is organised by the Labour Department's Youth Employment & Training Programme, Ocean Park and a training centre, and offers courses for young people.Christina attended a free pre-employment training course. She then received on-the-job training at Ocean Park with a monthly salary of $11,000.

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P1 results to be released

The results for Primary 1 discretionary places for next September will be released on November 27 this year, the Education Bureau announces.

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Kevin Yeung visits Tai Po

Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung has visited Tai Po to meet District Council members and school principals.

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HK students good at problem solving

The Education Bureau has welcomed the findings of an international study that ranked Hong Kong students among world's best in collaborative problem solving.

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Smart city programme launched

The Smart City Project Programme 2017-18 has been launched to enhance students' understanding of a smart city and develop their interest in learning more about the subject.

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Youths urged to join training scheme

Young people should make good use of the Government’s employment and training scheme to boost their competitive edge and get equipped for joining the labour market, Secretary for Labour & Welfare Dr Law Chi-kwong says.

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No major shift caused by subsidy

The subsidy for self-financing tertiary study programmes has not caused a major change in the number of students applying for different courses, Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung says.

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Wan Chai job fair to be held

The Labour Department will hold a career expo for the middle-aged and seniors at Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai on November 21 and 22 offering 5,100 vacancies.

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Agency malpractices probed

The Labour Department has conducted a joint operation with the Police and the Immigration Department today to investigate illegal employment agency activities.

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