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Self-funded degree courses proffering qualifications in occupational titles such as ‘medical laboratory technician’ and ‘occupational therapist’ have attracted more students to enrol in recent years. However, concerns regarding quality of course content, course review procedures, levels of tuition and so on have been raised in parallel. When students are considering embarking on these degree programmes, what exactly should they be cautious of?
The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.