"Four Branches" of Internationalization of Higher Education in China: A Policy Retrospective Analysis (Hardcover)
This book examines the emerging power of "Four Branches" of internationalization of higher education in China from a policy retrospective analysis. In particular, branch one includes China's policy on studying abroad after the reform and opening up; branch two concentrates on China's policy on studying in China after the reform and opening up; branch three explores the policy of Sino-foreign cooperation in running schools; branch four examines the policy of foreign exchange and cooperation. All these four emerging branches are interdependent, and all contribute to shaping the landscape of internationalization of higher education system in contemporary China. In addition, the conclusion and remarks are also offered in this book.The most important features of this book are: (1) new academic conceptualization; (2) comprehensive investigation of the new idea of "Four Branches" of internationalization of higher education in China from a policy retrospective analysis; (3) critically review and epitomize the contextualized construction of "Four Branches" of internationalization of higher education in China for constructing modern education model or system from conceptual, practical, and strategically scopes.
The intended readers are scholars and researchers who are interested and work in research on China internationalization development in China and the administrators and stakeholders in Chinese education system and graduate students who majoring and minoring in the field of international education.