|Title||Establishing a presence in China: Lessons for university leaders|
|Author||Andrew Scott Conning - Harvard University|
The renewed presence of U.S. and other foreign universities in China is an important part of that country’s great ongoing experiment in higher education expansion and reform. Foreign universities are helping inform China’s extraordinary reinvestment in higher education and re-imagination of how it can serve public and national purposes. At the same time, foreign universities are creating opportunities for a much broader range of Western students and scholars to engage with China in the coming years.
|Theme(s)||Transnational Education (TNE) Models|
|Topic(s)||Branch Campuses, Joint Provision|
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