The expansion of tertiary education in Hong Kong : an economic perspectiveHigher Education Review
Document TypeJournal article
AbstractThe devotion of the Hong Kong Government to expanding tertiary education is an undeniable fact. The Government projects that there will be a general upgrading of the manpower requirements in favour of high-skill workers. As a result, the Government will invest HK$18,000 million in the academic years from 1992-93 to 1994-95 to cope with the projected shortfall of university graduates. By 1994-95, there will be about 15,000 first degree places, triple the number in 1987-88.
Publisher StatementCopyright © 1994 Tyrell Burges Associates
Citation InformationLui, H.-K. (1994). The expansion of tertiary education in Hong Kong: An economic perspective. Higher Education Review, 27(1), 23-33.