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Title: Transnational Higher Education in China: Thirty Years


1
Transnational Higher Education in China Thirty
Years
  • Shengbing Li
  • College of International Culture
  • South China Normal University (SCNU)
  • Guangzhou, China

2
Framework
  • Introduction
  • Brief history
  • Current situation
  • Problems
  • Conclusion

3
Introduction
  • The 30th anniversary of the opening-up reform and
    transnational education in China
  • China becomes an ample market
  • Transnational education as a key component of the
    educational cause in China
  • Retrospection of the pros and cons of 30 year
    reform and opening up

4
What is the Current situation of transnational
higher education in China?
5
Brief history
  • Chinese-Foreign Cooperation in Running Schools
    refers to the activities of the cooperation
    between foreign educational institutions and
    Chinese educational institutions in establishing
    educational institutions within the territory of
    China to provide education service mainly to
    Chinese citizens (the Council of PRC, 2003)

6
Stage 1, 1978-mid 1980s
  • Training classes as Sino-US in economy and
    Sino-France in law
  • MBA training program
  • Johns Hopkins University-Nanjing University
    Centre for Chinese and American Studies
  • Beijing Center for Japanese Studies

7
Stage 2, mid-1980s to early-1990s
  • A standstill for a period of time
  • Notice on Individuals from Overseas Institutions
    to run cooperative schools in China (1993)
  • ---Providing a preliminary stipulation on
    transnational education
  • A new stage of Chinese-foreign cooperation in
    education
  • 71 Chinese-foreign cooperatively-run schools and
    programs(1995)

8
Stage 3, 19952002
  • Interim Provisions for Chinese-Foreign
    Cooperation in Running Schools (1995)
  • ---Principle, limits of examination and
    approval procedure and the organization
    leadership structure
  • Notice on Reinforcing the Administration of
    Degree Accreditation of Chinese-Foreign
    Cooperation in Education (1996)
  • 712 joint institutions and programs in China
    (2002), an increase of more than 9 times compared
    to 1995, covering 28 provinces and autonomous
    regions
  • 69 at bachelors degree level, 74 postgraduate
    and 82 diploma

9
Stage 4, 2003 so far
  • Regulations of the People's Republic of China on
    Chinese-Foreign Cooperation in Running Schools
    (2003)
  • ---Institutions establishment, organization
    and activity, program approval, administration
    and assessment
  • Measures for the Regulations of the People's
    Republic of China on Chinese-Foreign Cooperation
    in Running Schools (2004)

10
  • Policy opening wider to the outside world,
    standardization of running schools, exercising
    administration according to law and promoting its
    development

11
  • On the current problems of Chinese- foreign
    Cooperation in Running Schools (2006)
  • --- Public interests, standard management,
    excellent resource introduction, quality control,
    two-campus pattern management and management fees
  • Notice on Further Standardizing the Order of
    Chinese- foreign Cooperation in Running Schools
    (2007)
  • ----Suspend the approval of the cooperative
    higher vocational education programs
  • ----build "two platforms" and "two
    mechanisms"

12
  • Information Platform of Supervision on
    Transnational Education (IPSTE)
  • Certificate Authentication Platform (CAP)
  • Assessment Mechanism on Disciplines (AMD)
  • Law Enforcement and Punishment Mechanism (LEPM)
  • Over 1000 programs and institutions with
    exceeding 100,000 students (2005

13
Current Situation
  • Transnational education in 11 provinces and
    municipalities
  • Beijing (145), Shanghai (137), Zhejiang (83),
    Jiangsu (85), Guangdong (75), Heilongjiang (59),
    Hubei (43), Hebei (38), Henan (35), Hunan (24),
    Liaoning (23)

14
Figure1 Level Distribution of Joint Programs in
China
15
Figure 2 Top 10 Partner Countries and Regions
16
Figure3 Subject Distribution of Joint Programs
in China
17
On partner institutions distribution
  • 434 are in higher education level (postgraduate,
    bachelor, diploma)
  • 161(37.1) held by the "211 " universities

18
Figure 4 Ranking of Cooperative Universities in
Australia, USA, United Kingdom, Canada
19
Problems
  • With centralized management of government,
    Chinese higher education institutions lack
    autonomous power in running cooperative programs
  • Ministry of Education academic cooperative
    programs
  • Provincial Department of Education non-academic
    cooperative programs

20
  • Malposition and fitness in value-orientation
  • Government public interests oriented.
  • Domestic and foreign institutions
    economy-orientated

21
  • The government fails in fulfilling the role in
    the management of cooperative education
  • Incomplete and lagging information release
  • Absence of quality assurance
  • No approval of collaborative education
    applications at or above undergraduate level
    after Regulations

22
Conclusion
  • A key component of Chinese education
  • More than 1000 programs
  • A primary marketplace of transnational education
    for many countries
  • Different value orientations
  • Ineffective management

23
  • Thanks!
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