Overseas Education in China: Changing Landscape and Policies

  • Kai Jiang
  • Xueni Ma
Keywords: Academic Culture, Cross-Border Education, Globalization and Internationalization, Inter-University Cooperation, International and Foreign Students, Public Policy, Brian Circulation and Brain Drain, China, United States of America

Abstract

While China becomes a major country that sends students abroad, overseas education in China has experienced a rapid development. Overseas education brings political, cultural, educational and economic gains. There are also challenges that will require changes in policies.
Published
2011-03-25
How to Cite
Jiang, K., & Ma, X. (2011). Overseas Education in China: Changing Landscape and Policies. International Higher Education, (63). https://doi.org/10.6017/ihe.2011.63.8538
Section
Aspects of Internationalization