2 edition of Higher education research in China, 1999 found in the catalog.
Higher education research in China, 1999
by Huazhong University of Science and Technology Press in Wuhan, China
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Editorial Board of Higher Education Research in China. Vol.2.|
|Contributions||Higher Education Research in China. Editorial Board.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||159|
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The Journal of Higher Education Submit an article Journal homepage. New content alerts RSS. Subscribe. Citation search. Volume 70 Volume 69 Volume 68 Volume 67 Volume 66 Volume 65 Register to receive personalised research and . Profoundly important and unprecedented changes have taken place in China's higher education since , when Zhu Rongji Administration () decided to carry out a new round of educational reform. These changes include some breakthroughs in macro administrative system reform, growth in the total amount of educational expenditure, the enlargement of the recruitment scale of higher Cited by:
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The author-China's current Minister of Education-presents a wide and objective observation on both the historical development and the current state of higher education in China. In particular, he emphasizes the ongoing education reform, the government's education policies, 1999 book the development in higher education since the by: This book offers international readers a comprehensive introduction to higher education in China, and will help readers around Higher education research in China globe make sense of the huge and complex machinery that makes up the university and college sector in China today.
This book investigates the changing opportunities in higher education for different social groups during China’s transition from the socialist regime to a market economy.
The first part of the book provides a historical and comparative analysis of the development of the idea of meritocracy, since its early origins in China, and in more recent Brand: Springer Singapore.
This chapter outlines higher education research (HER) in China developed as a well-recognized independent academic field in the unique national and historical contexts.
The rise and formation of higher education as a research field in China have been closely related with the substantive growth of the higher education system : Lifang Hu, Lifang Hu, Shuangye Chen, Shuangye Chen.
This book offers international readers a comprehensive introduction to higher education in China, and will help readers around the globe make sense of the huge and complex machinery that makes up. This book analyses recently collected data from the National Bureau of Statistics of China and the work of leading scholars in the field of higher education.
It highlights the marketization of state-owned institutions and the increasing importance of the internationalization of higher education – two important features of education in a modern and global context.
"To date, this is the most comprehensive book published in English documenting and analysing the different dimensions of the massification of higher education in China, as well as its background, challenges, and societal and economic consequences." - Yuzhuo Cai, Format: Hardcover.
Chinese Higher Education and University. Center for Education Development Research, ). Table 3 The development of regular higher education in China between and. Year. On American and Chinese Higher Education Xiuxia Feng College of Education Science, Henan Universiy, KaifengChina E-mail: [email protected] Abstract The main differences between American and Chinese higher education are displayed in administrative system, teaching methods, curriculum, assessment and moral Size: KB.
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John Morgan is UNESCO Chair of the Political Economy of Education, School of Education, University of Nottingham, UK, and Chairman of the UK National Commission for UNESCO.
He was recently guest co-editor of a Special Issue of the European Journal of Education on 'Chinese-European Co-operation in Education'. Bin Wu is Senior Research Fellow at the China Policy Institute in the 2/5(1).
This book analyses recently collected data from the National Bureau of Statistics of China and the work of leading scholars in the field of higher education. It highlights the marketization of state-owned institutions and the increasing importance of the internationalization of higher education – two important features of education in a.
overview of how China’s education system is organised and operates, and how reforms, both past and current, have reshaped education in China over time.
The report then examines in greater detail education in the four economies within China that participated in PISA It provides the context in which China’s participation in PISA – and itsFile Size: 2MB.
China’s Higher Education Reform A Summary Li Lixu Shandong Normal University, P. China Profoundly important and unprecedented changes have taken place in China’s higher education sincewhen Zhu Rongji Administration () decided to carry out a File Size: KB.
中囯高等敎育硏究 50年, = Higher education research in China for 50 years / Zhongguo gao deng jiao yu yan jiu 50 nian, = Higher education research in China. The number of students at regular and adult higher education institutions and advanced vocational schools reac, with 9, at regular universities, 5, at adult higher education institutions.
In addition, universities and research institutions enrolledpostgraduates, 37, more than in the previous year. more and more attentions. The fairness issue of higher education, which is responsible for training high-quality talents for the national economy construction, has become the focus of attention.
We discuss and research on the fairness of the higher education, and strive to achieve the goal of education equity in Size: 38KB. The number of undergraduate and graduate students in China has been grown at approximately 30% per year sinceand the number of graduates at all levels of higher education in China has approximately quadrupled in the last 6 years.
The NAFSA Association of International Educators has recently published Post-secondary Institutions of the People's Republic of China: A Complete Guide to Institutions of Higher Education in China, which includes profiles of more than 1, Chinese post-secondary educational institutions.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The total number of new entrant admitted by and the total enrollment of new recruitment and total enrollment of adult higher education institutions were 1, and 2, The total number of graduate students newly admitted by HEIs and research institutions wasamong wh were for PH.D andfor master‘s degree.
These were among the main findings of the new book China’s Rising Research these initiatives to target funding to the nation’s top institutions were pursued parallel to the massification of China’s higher education system, which from onward grew from serving less than 5 percent to about 25 percent of the college-aged population.In China, according to ownership-based categories of HEIs, the higher education can be divided into two categoriesState-owned or government-owned HEIs, including Regular HEIs, Independent Institutions, Higher Vocational Colleges, Adult HEIs, and non-government or private universities Due to the long-time influence by Soviet Union and late development of private universities, it has deeply rooted in .