Setting clear goals enables you to achieve a better progress. This rule also applies to life planning, which better start at a younger age. Let’s plan now for your further study and career pursuit! The Life Planning Information Website of the Education Bureau had been revamped and designed to provide students, parents, teachers, schools and the public with information on life planning education, further study and career pursuit. 7 highlighted zones: Careers Information 21 major Industries and Jobs and the Career Market are introduced. There are also guidelines from resume writing to interviewing and presentation skills, and information on entrepreneurship at the Starting Business Corner 。 Studies HKDSE Candidates’ Corner provides information on local and overseas study, as well as scholarships. E-learning for Students Provides guidance for students on their career planning and resume writing. School Administration Lists out the Recommended Principles and provides other guidelines on Life Planning and Career Guidance for schools. Professional Development for Teachers Provides teaching materials, resources, and courses . Parents Illustrates the role of parents in life planning education with support of experience sharing videos . Business-School Partnership Programme Promotes cross-sector collaboration among schools and various social sectors with a view to broadening students’ vision towards life planning by offering career exploration activities beyond the classroom such as workshops, mentoring programmes and work experience programmes. Visit this comprehensive website now and explore more information on life planning!
Scope of the Study Subsidy Scheme for Designated Professions/Sectors (SSSDP) was expanded from the 2019-20 academic year to benefit students enrolling in designated sub-degree programmes . To meet keen manpower demand in specific industries, the scheme will subsidise a total 2 416 places in 31 sub-degree programmes of six post-secondary institutions, namely Caritas Bianchi College of Careers, HKU SPACE Po Leung Kuk Stanley Ho Community College, Hong Kong College of Technology, The Open University of Hong Kong (including Li Ka Shing Institute of Professional and Continuing Education), Tung Wah College and YMCA College of Careers, for the 2020/21 academic year. These 31 designated sub-degree programmes fall under six disciplines, namely architecture and engineering, computer science, creative industries, health care, sports and recreation, and tourism and hospitality. The subsidy amounts will be adjusted according to the movement of the Composite Consumer Price Index. The annual subsidy amounts for laboratory-based programmes and non-laboratory-based programmes will be increased to $37 300 and $21 400 respectively. Eligible students will pay tuition fees after netting off the subsidy. The tuition fee and more information of the programmes for the 2020/21 academic year will be available via SSSDP webpage.
Life Planning website
Continuing Education Fund
Financial Assistance for Working Youth
The School Textbook Assistance Scheme, The Student Travel Subsidy Scheme, The Subsidy Scheme for Internet Access Charges
Financial Assistance for Secondary Students
Joint Institution Job Information System (JIJIS)
Hong Kong College of Technology (HKCT)
The "Courses" section covers examples of courses related to popular industries as provided by local institutions / organisations. They serve as references for study and career planning. You are advised to obtain the detailed information directly from the relevant institutions / organisations.
For the comprehensive list of institutions / organisations providing local post-secondary education and other education programmes, please refer to the website of Education Bureau (EDB). For other examples of related training and courses, please refer to the EDB's Life Planning Information Website.