A Belt & Road scholarship for Myanmar citizens will also be offered.
Secretary for Education Choi Yuk-lin and the Deputy Minister of Education of Myanmar Win Maw Tun have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to enhance education collaboration between the two economies, according to a government statement.
The pact provides a framework to facilitate strategic collaboration between the education communities of Hong Kong and Myanmar.
"Signing the Memorandum of Understanding with Myanmar and launching a new Belt & Road Scholarship can further internationalise Hong Kong's higher education sector and enrich our pool of talents with international perspectives, with a view to contributing to the future development of Hong Kong," Choi said in a statement.
A Belt & Road Scholarship has also been launched for Myanmar students who are interested in pursuing undergraduate studies in Hong Kong for the 2019-20 academic year.
With donations from the Chinese General Chamber of Commerce and CGCC (Foundation) Limited, up to 10 scholarships will be offered annually to students who are enrolled in first-year undergraduate programmes of publicly funded institutions in Hong Kong.
The Belt & Road Scholarship already covers Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand.
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