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Strategic Partnership

Located adjacent to each other and as two of the major projects under the ‘Demonstration Zone for Comprehensive Cooperation among Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao’, Minxin School and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Guangzhou) have entered into partnership to work closely in the future. Both Minxin and HKUST (GZ) will open on 1 September 2022. The validity of the agreement of cooperation is 10 years and can be renewed upon expiration. Both parties will set up an joint committee for further communication, co-ordination and implementation.

 

Minxin is at the forefront of innovation and technology in education. The school promotes students’ problem-solving skills and logical thinking schools. We are an intelligent campus that sees interdisciplinary learning, inspires curiosity and nurtures collaboration. Professors and graduate students of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Guangzhou) conducts lectures, sharing and theme-based sessions in Minxin, bringing with them strengths of the university to help students develop in a wide range of areas, including artificial intelligence, big data, fin-tech, biotech, internet of things, autopilot, robots, advanced materials, intelligent manufacturing and microelectronics. Minxin School and HKUST (GZ) have established programmes such as Young Scientist Scheme (YSS) and Young Entrepreneur Scheme (YES) to allow Minxin students to experience university life and participate in workshops so as enhance their learning of and exposure to creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship.

 

HKUST (Guangzhou) will support STEAM Fairs, student exchange activities, workshops, lectures, innovation and technology competitions and staff training, organised by Minxin School. We plan to invite schools from Hong Kong, Macau and other cities in the Greater Bay Area to participate in these activities. HKUST (Guangzhou) will accept and offer credits to outstanding students from Minxin School for elective courses at the university. Based on policy and admission standards, the university will offer admission for up to 10 students from Minxin school each year through the Principal’s Recommendation Program. Minxin School will give admission priority to the children of the staff of HKUST (Guangzhou) and provide assistance and support for the promotion of the university’s recruitment of undergraduates.

 

Minxin School proactively seeks to establish an outstanding education network so as to develop students’ broad-minded global outlook, and help them build extensive networks of support from a young age. The following schools are sister schools of Minxin. There is frequent collaboration and exchange among teachers and students so as to enhance professional development and establish a professional learning network. Minxin’s sister schools are (in chronological order)

St. Paul’s Convent School

 

La Salle College Primary Division

 

Christian and Missionary Alliance Sun Kei Secondary School
Kowloon True Light School

 

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