Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education

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Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education
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Type Public
Established 1999 (1999)
Chairman Dr Clement Chen Cheng-jen, SBS, JP
Director Carrie Yau (Executive Director)
Location Hong Kong
Campus 9 campuses
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Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education
Traditional Chinese 香港專業教育學院

The Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (IVE) (Chinese: 香港專業教育學院) is one of the member institutions of the Vocational Training Council (VTC) offering vocational education to post-secondary students in Hong Kong through its nine campuses located across the territory.

Nine disciplines include applied science; business administration; child education and community services; construction; design, printing, textiles, and clothing; hotel, service, and tourism studies; information technology, electrical, and electronic engineering; and mechanical, manufacturing, and industrial engineering.

Graduates of IVE can either join the labour market society or choose to further their studies to obtain higher education qualifications.

Campuses[edit]

It has a total of nine campuses:

Vocational Training Council[edit]

The Vocational Training Council (VTC) was established in 1982. There are 13 member institutions under the VTC Group: Institute of Professional Education And Knowledge (PEAK), School for Higher and Professional Education (SHAPE), Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (IVE), Hong Kong Design Institute (HKDI), School of Business and Information Systems (SBI), Hospitality Industry Training and Development Centre (HITDC), Chinese Cuisine Training Institute (CCTI), Maritime Services Training Institute (MSTI), Youth College (YC), Training & Development Centre, Yeo Chei Man Senior Secondary School (YCM) and Skills Centre.

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