The number of students from Hong Kong and mainland China applying for British universities rose to its highest in more than a decade, after rising by about 10 and 20 per cent year on year respectively, according to official statistics.Analysts believe a spike of Hong Kong applicants was mainly because of a new visa for residents holding British National (Overseas) passports which started last month, while more people from the mainland could be applying because of tense US-China relations and…


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