Students admitted to the JMSC for the 2009-10 academic year hail from 20 countries and territories, the most international group to enter the programme since its inception.
Countries of origin range from Scandinavia to Western Europe, North America to Asia and the Antipodes.
“This underlines the growing attractiveness of the region as a springboard for aspiring young professionals,” Professor Ying Chan, director of the JMSC, said.
Of our new 52 postgraduate (MJ/PDipJ) students, 24 are from Greater China, nine from North America, 11 from Europe and eight from Asia (excluding Greater China).
We have 29 incoming undergraduates reading for a BJ, of which 20 come from Greater China, three are from Europe, two are from Australasia, three come from Northeast and Southeast Asia and one from North America.