Branch Campuses in China

David Stanfield, Qi Wang

Abstract


A small number of Western institutions are attempting to create full-scale branch campuses in China, but unique requirements and environmental challenges may prevent them from reaching world-class status. Three characteristics of world-class universitiessufficient talent, adequate resources, and appropriate governanceare applied to examine the potential for full-scale branch campuses in China.

Keywords


Cross-Border Education; Asia; China; International Branch Campus; China; Cross-Border Higher Education; World-Class Universities

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.6017/ihe.2012.69.8634

 

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