CHINA'S HIGHER EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT: POLICY REVIEW AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Ngoc Ahn Mai,
Thi Hai Ha Do,
Dang Nui Nguyen,
Thi Nhan Khieu,
Dinh Hung Nguyen and
Tri Tuan Vu
Journal of Community Positive Practices, 2019, issue 3, 73-83
Not only playing a role in creating and spreading knowledge, higher education institutions can also make a positive contribution to a nationâ€™s economic development and its social welfare improvement. The Chinese government has made some adjustments to its state management policy toward higher education; subsequently, massification of higher education was achieved, and several top world ranking and world-renowned universities were built as a result of projects 985 and 211. This study focuses on analyzing China's higher education system, law/legal system, and by-law documents on improving higher education; from that, the research can identify the core problems in the development of higher education system in China as well as the content needed to be solved in the coming years.
Keywords: tuition fee; staffing; University council; University governance (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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