Starting from 2012, some Mainland higher education institutions exempt Hong Kong students from attending the Joint Entrance Examination for Universities in the People's Republic of China (JEE) and consider their applications based on their HKDSE results. For details and the most updated information, please visit the website of Joint Enrolment Office (http://eea.gd.gov.cn) and the website of EDB (https://www.edb.gov.hk/en/edu-system/postsecondary/policy-doc/pilot-scheme.html).
HKEAA has received positive response and recognition from the University Entrance Committee for Overseas Chinese Students, Taiwan regarding the qualifications of HKDSE holders. Hong Kong students will not be required to take additional examinations for admission and could be admitted by institutions based on the HKDSE results from 2012 onwards. For details and most updated information, please visit the website of University Entrance Committee for Overseas Chinese Students, Taiwan or the website of HKEAA .
The qualification of HKDSE has been widely accepted as credential for admission by international agencies, overseas universities and colleges. Students can apply directly to overseas universities or institutions based on their HKDSE results. For the most updated information about the admission requirements based on the HKDSE, please visit the website of HKEAA.