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China's Outward-Oriented Higher Education Internationalization


China's Outward-Oriented Higher Education Internationalization

A New Typology and Reflections from International Students
East-West Crosscurrents in Higher Education

von: Hantian Wu

96,29 €

Verlag: Springer
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 10.06.2021
ISBN/EAN: 9789811625589
Sprache: englisch

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This book introduces a new typology of “inward- and outward-oriented” higher education internationalization, and investigates China’s current situation of shifting from a mainly “inward-oriented” higher education internationalization to a more balanced approach. It describes the gap between China’s soft power goals of using higher education internationalization for image and influence enhancement and the reality, and examines the three major dimensions of China’s “outward-oriented” higher education internationalization (i.e. the Confucius Institute program based on Sino-foreign higher education collaboration, international development aid in higher education, and higher education level international student recruitment) based on reflections provided by international graduate students in English instruction programs in education-related majors in three Chinese universities. Providing both theoretical insights and real-world examples, this book is suitable for higher education researchers, graduate students in the relevant fields, administrators of higher education institutions, and policymakers in the government sector.
Chapter 1: China’s Outward-Oriented Higher Education Internationalization: An Introduction.- Chapter 2: Previous Studies on China’s “Outward-Oriented” Higher Education Internationalization Approach.- Chapter 3: A New Typology for Analysing the Direction of Movement in Higher Education Internationalization: “Inward- and Outward-Oriented” .- Chapter 4: China’s Modern Higher Education Development and Ancient Heritage: Historical Roots of Its “Outward-Oriented” Approach.- Chapter 5: Understanding Three Dimensions of China’s “Outward-Oriented” Higher Education Internationalization: Challenges and Suggestions.- Chapter 6: Reflections of International Students toward China’s “Outward-Oriented” Higher Education Internationalization.- Chapter 7: Conclusion and Suggestions towards China’s “Outward-Oriented” Higher Education Internationalization.- Appendix A: Methodology and Research Design.- Appendix B: Survey Questionnaire.
Hantian Wu is a “ZJU100”&nbsp;professor and doctoral supervisor at College of Education, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China. His research focuses on higher education internationalization, comparative higher education, higher education development in emerging economies, and academic knowledge production. He has published on these topics in journals such as <i>Higher Education</i>, <i>Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education</i>, and <i>Journal of Studies in International Education</i>. He earned his doctoral degree from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto and master's degree from Teachers College of Columbia University. He also conducted postdoctoral research at East China Normal University, Shanghai, China.
This book introduces a new typology of “inward- and outward-oriented” higher education internationalization, and investigates China’s current situation of shifting from a mainly “inward-oriented” higher education internationalization to a more balanced approach. It describes the gap between China’s soft power goals of using higher education internationalization for image and influence enhancement and the reality, and examines the three major dimensions of China’s “outward-oriented” HE internationalization (i.e. the Confucius Institute program based on Sino-foreign higher education collaboration, international development aid in higher education, and higher education level international student recruitment) based on reflections provided by international graduate students in English instruction programs in education-related majors in three Chinese universities. Providing both theoretical insights and real-world examples, this book is suitable for higher education researchers, graduate students in the relevant fields, administrators of higher education institutions, and policymakers in the government sector.
<p>Explains a new typology of “inward- and outward-oriented” higher education internationalization</p><p>Describes China’s shifting from mainly “inward-oriented” higher education internationalization to a more balanced approach</p><p>Describes the gap between China’s soft power goal based on higher education internationalization and the reality</p>

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