The search for Quality at Chinese Universities

LW Chapters and other contributions, Governance and leadership

along with China’s booming economy, the past three decades have seen tremendous progress in higher education in China. In 1982, only 1% of 18- to 22-year-olds had the opportunity to participate in higher education. The proportion in 2012 is now more than 26%, and China is likely to reach a 40% enrolment rate in higher education by 2020). In the …

Response of Chinese Higher Education and SJTU to Globalization

GK Chapters and other contributions, Governance and leadership, Missions & Responsibilities, Teaching & Learning

Globalization means more competition and that a nation’s investment, production and innovation are  not limited by its borders. Internationalization, according to Levin (2001), is one set of behaviour  influenced by globalization processes. These processes are not only political and economic, but also  social and cultural,