Friday, March 4, 2016

How to Succeed in China - Ellie Bothwell, Times Higher Education

Research points to ways Western universities can position their programs. The paper, “Transnational higher education institutions in China: a comparison of policy orientation and reality,” published in the Journal of Studies in International Education, also found that universities in countries that already have “economic relations” with China and that seek to establish transnational education outlets in developed regions of the country have a higher likelihood of being accepted. The research analyzed the 64 transnational higher education institutions (TEIs) in operation in China in June 2015. It included an analysis of positions in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2014-15 for the foreign universities involved in the transnational projects.

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