Series: Education and Society in China

This book unpacks the complex dynamics of Hong Kong students’ choice in pursuing undergraduate education at the universities of Mainland China. Drawing on an empirical study based on interviews with 51 students, this book investigates how macro political/economic factors, institutional influences, parental influence, and students’ personal motivations have shaped students’ eventual choice of university. With its focus on student choice and experiences of studying in China, this book’s research and policy findings will interest researchers, university administrators, school principals and teachers.

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