ED-Link

Online platform to help students determine their education and career path
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I am currently working in an education consultancy for the past several years. During this time, I have had to chance to speak with many students and parents regarding their tertiary education search. These experiences reminded me of when I had to complete these daunting tasks as a student to decide on my field of study and school for my post-secondary education. I remembered having to research through various channels and not knowing if the information discovered was true, correct, updated and unbiased. This is when the idea of starting a company to build a complementary platform for students searching for suitable education and career path arose. I hope that this platform can provide an opportunity for me to contribute and evoke positive change in society. I hope that this can be my method of contribution to help change the world through education.

Many students are unaware of the educational opportunities outside of their immediate surroundings and are driven to alternate education paths. The idea is to create a platform that provides simple, updated, relevant, free, accurate, comparable and easily accessible information about world-wide educational institutions and their offerings for students’ use. Elimination of personal and monetary biases as a factor influencing students’ choices is a major goal of the platform. Psychological tests will be available for students and analysis will be provided with recommendations along with normal search queries.

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    Andrew Cheung
    Business Development
    I'm currently working as the director of business development and finance at Centrepoint International Limited. I have worked as a business advisor...
  • Allen Fok
    Programmer
    Allen recently graduated from the HKUST in the computer science program and is currently working in an AgriTech company based in Hong Kong.
  • Ada Ho
    Administration and Data Collection
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