“The 25th Hong Kong International Education Expo” Starts Tomorrow
300 Programme Providers to Give Students a Comprehensive Understanding of Educational Choices Available

Organised by the Chinese Manufacturers’ Association of Hong Kong (CMA), “The 25th Hong Kong International Education Expo” (HKIEE) will kick off tomorrow (May 18) at the Hall 1B, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. Chairman of Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Authority Dr David Wong, Secretary General of the Hong Kong Examinations Assessment Authority Ir Dr So Kwok Sang and the 2nd Vice President of CMA cum Chairman of CMA Exhibition Services Ltd. Mr Marvin Hsu will join other distinguished guests from the business and education sectors to grace the grand opening ceremony, unveiling the association’s first-ever education expo.
The HKIEE is divided into four major zones, namely “Overseas Education Zone”, “Local Education Zone”, “Taiwan Education Zone” and “Activities Zone”, and brings over 300 universities and higher education institutions from 17 countries and regions under one roof, making it an important source of information for students who are thinking about studying abroad.  As well as the reputable institutes from the mainstream destinations such as the UK, the USA, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the expo will feature choices offered by the emergent ones in Singapore, South Korea, Ireland, Malaysia, Germany, France, Spain, Switzerland, and Taiwan.
Another highlight at the expo is a series of sharing sessions and seminars. CMA has assembled a group of seasoned education experts and celebrities, including former 8A achiever in HKCEE cum travel blogger Mr Chris Leung, IELTS tutor Mr Joseph Lam, and representatives from the Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority, the Hang Seng University of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups, the iStudy Learning Center and many other institutes, who will give students professional advice and tips on examination preparation, studying abroad and career paths. Experienced counselors from Hok Yau Club will be there to provide students with individual counseling and guidance. There is also a VR game booth to help freshmen sharpen their interview skills and prepare them for different scenarios through virtual interviews. With a professional profile picture on curriculum vitae can make a positive first impression. A free CV portrait photography service is made available for visitors.
“The 26th Hong Kong International Education and Careers Expo”, another education expo also organised by the CMA, will take place on July 6 and 7 at the HKCEC. Aside from more study options, the expo will feature a new career section where visitors can have opportunities to meet the representatives from many different organisations and learn more about the progression pathways in various industries. Recruiters may also offer on-the-spot interviews to interested and suitable candidates.
Admission to the HKIEE is free and it is open from 11:30am to 6:30pm daily. For details, please visit the official website: www.hkiee.com.hk.

The two-day “25th Hong Kong International Education Expo” will start tomorrow

The seminar schedule of “The 25th Hong Kong International Education Expo”