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While “all roads lead to Rome”, there are also 3 different ways to continue your study in the Mainland. They come with different admission requirements and schedules. Get set and choose one that best suits you.   1. National Education Exams Authority, People's Republic of China Joint Entrance Exam for Universities in PRC    Students can enroll for around 300 higher education institutions in Mainland China through the  National Education Exams Authority, People's Republic of China Joint Entrance Exam For Universities in PRC. Enrollment for the Joint Entrance Exam Year 2020 was opened from 1st March to 15th March, 2022.   2. Scheme for Admission of Hong Kong Students to Mainland Higher Education Institutions In Academic Year 2022, a total of 129 Mainland higher education institutions participated in the Scheme for Admission of Hong Kong Students to Mainland Higher Education Institutions.   3. Direct Recruitment of Hong Kong Students to Mainland Higher Education Institutions Some higher education institutions are permitted by the Ministry of Education to set up at their own discretion admission requirements or exams for recruiting students in Hong Kong. In Academic Year 2022, Mainland higher education institutions which provide direct admission in Hong Kong include:  Peking University  Tsinghua University  Fudan University Jinan University Huaqiao University Shenzhen University For more details about the policies and methods of admission of Mainland higher education institutions, please visit the Mainland Higher Education Institutions Admission Information Website for Students from Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.  Non-Chinese Hong Kong Students:  According to the policy of the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China, higher education institutions in Mainland may refer to the relevant requirements of the Scheme for Admission of Hong Kong Students in the admission of non-Chinese students who have obtained permanent resident status and participated in the HKDSE Exam. Admitted non-Chinese Hong Kong students will be subjected to tuition fees and management policy applicable to international students. For further details, please refer to the international students department of individual institutions or visit the China Education Exchange (Hong Kong) Centre.   

Career Planning

The meaning of work Work, apart from making a living, can also give us a sense of satisfaction and accomplishment. Let’s start with the career ABC - the meaning of work – to understand what we can expect to gain in work as we begin our careers. Support services on employment and self-employment If you decide to join the workforce, you may be puzzled or come across certain dilemmas. You can visit the "Youth Employment Start" for more personal advisory and support services on employment and self-employment. Available services include Career Assessment, Mock Interview Workshop, as well as a free business workstation and a design corner for self-employed youth. You can now try the on-line simplified version of the Career Assessment, as well as register on-line as a preliminary member, apply for activities and make reservation on part of the services of Youth Employment Start. Career guidance Next up: should I work or further study? Life Planning Information Website of the Education Bureau provides detailed information about both options and will help you make the right decision.