Chinese education goes global

May 11, 2016 7:00 PM

ThinkINChina offers a chance to debate the future of this great country with senior Chinese academics and professionals in a rare intimate context.

Wednesday, May 11th, 2016 Cecilia Fan (Co-founder and Publisher of China Higher Education) will talk about “Chinese education goes global”.
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ABSTRACT

With 523,000 Chinese studying abroad in 2015, and forecasts of growth to 1 million students going offshore each year, China has been the No.1 source country for international students worldwide for years, and will continue to dominate the landscape for decades to come. A senior sector specialist and an advisor to numerous education institutions across several continents, Cecilia examines and contrasts the Chinese and Western education systems and the factors driving growing demand for international study at the same time as money pours into the Chinese education system. What are the key measures and trends to watch? Is the gap closing or widening? And how is this trend impacting and playing out in each segment, from Pre-school, and K-12, through to VET, non-degree award training, and tertiary education?

Learn more here.

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