- Facilitation measures
- School Allocation Exercise
- Monitoring mechanism
- Papers and reports
Research and consultancy studies
Study on the Provision of International School Places in Primary and Secondary Levels in Hong Kong (December 2012)
In the light of the increasing demand for international school places, the Education Bureau commissioned an external consultant to conduct a study between June 2011 and December 2012 on the provision of international school places. The objectives of the Study are to stock-take the provision of international school places (as at the 2011/12 school year), project the future demand and supply, and facilitate the review of support measures for the international school sector. The findings and projections of the Study are based on views and feedback collected from surveys and interviews with international schools, the business community and the Thematic Household Survey. Read the full report here.
Study on the Provision of International School Places in Hong Kong (February 2017)
Further to the study in 2012, the Education Bureau has commissioned a new round of study to update the latest provision of international school places at primary and secondary levels in Hong Kong based on the status in the 2015/16 school year, and to project the demand and supply of international school places in the seven school years starting from 2016/17. The findings are based on the views and feedback collected from surveys and interviews with international schools, parents and the business community.