The Exposure of Chinese Higher Education to the Development of International Education System
The education of the People’s Republic of China is in constant growth, development and change. Characterized by its size, throughout the country there are over 2,000 universities and colleges that sum up over 6 million graduates every year. Having originally supported ideas and principles of Confucianism universities impose an organized, focused towards performance, but at the same time aimed at providing equal opportunities for people wishing to attend the courses of higher education institutes. Directly influenced by developments in global education, the Chinese University system has to adapt and evolve to meet the requirements and the needs of market economy and hence to be able to directly compete with the major universities of the world.
Volume (Year): XIII (2013)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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