Modern Education

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Modern Education
Modern Education logo.PNG
Formation 1988
Type Cram school
Purpose Secondary tuition, especially HKCEE and HKALE
Wong Yuk Tong
Branch office at Prince Edward Road

Modern Education (Chinese: 現代教育, SEHK1082), formerly Intel Education, is a cram school in Hong Kong. It was founded in 1988 by Ken Ng Kam-Lun. According to the Education Bureau, there are 14 branches across Hong Kong, Kowloon and the New Territories.

The school's curriculum is targeted at secondary students (Form 1 to Form 7), particularly the Form 5, Form 7 and Form 6 students sitting for the HKCEE, HKALE and HKDSE exams respectively.

The school listed in HKEx in 2011.


The founder and director of Modern Education Group is Ken Ng Kam-Lun. He is also an English tutor in Modern Education.

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