Hong Kong is the home of both the highest-ranked Asian university in the QS World Rankings and the number one university in the 2012 QS Rankings: Asia (the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology), Hong Kong is truly a higher educational powerhouse.
It is the world’s most advanced educational hubs. It has many institutions, offering programmes for international students.
The Hong Kong government aims to provide a balanced school education that meets the different needs of our students; help them boost knowledge, values, and skills for elective courses and personal growth; and enhance students’ biliterate and trilingual (i.e. English, Putonghua, and Cantonese) abilities.
The Special Administrative Region Government of Hong Kong is determined to make Hong Kong an education hub,” states Tsui, adding that numerous measures have been taken to this end.
“For example, restrictions of entry visas have been relaxed in recent years, and consent has been given to non-local graduates to stay in Hong Kong for employment. Graduates to remain in one year for the job. There is no quota for recruitment of international graduate students, particularly Ph.D. students.”
A scope of scholarships are available specifically for abroad students, allocated either through the universities themselves or through external subsidizing bodies – it is worth researching your alternatives in this regard.