Industry Journal – Issue 11

June 2015


Issue 11 of CHE’s Industry Journal delivers up-to-date market intelligence, emerging opportunities and the latest news on China’s tertiary education and research sector.

This issue’s highlights include:

Feature Article:
      • Making Best Use of Alumni Networks in China
Policy:
      • Interpretation of draft NGO law brings confusion for overseas universities
      • MoE’s Gaokao English component reforms set for 2017
General News:
      • MoE released Chinese university blacklist
      • Three per cent of Chinese students expelled in 2014 in the US
      • New China-US project creates opportunities for academic exchange
      • NYIT hosts conference: “MOOCs and Beyond”
      • China to become top study destination for Australian students
      • Shanghai Theater Academy joins nationwide arts alliance
R&D:
      • Chinese rail company establishes UK R&D center
      • Chinese dairy giant Yili expands research collaborations overseas
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Take a look at what’s inside…
  • Feature Article: Making Best Use of Alumni Networks in China
As foreign universities continue to deepen their relationship with China, engaging with alumni in China is becoming an increasingly valuable way to develop broader and stronger networks of supporters and collaborators. How to reach them? What are they looking for from their network? Do they donate? CHE Journal Issue 11 provides an update on the state of alumni engagement in China, information on how to reach out to alumni and how best to engage with them. Issue 11 also explores the objectives of building an alumni network in China through in-market observations.

The Policy section in this issue includes:
  • Interpretation of draft NGO law brings confusion for foreign universities
Draft legislation introduced by the National People’s Congress could see foreign universities face tighter controls on their activities in China. Does the draft require overseas NGOs, including some universities, to apply to the Ministry of Public Security to conduct activities in China?

  • MoE’s Gaokao English component reforms set for 2017
The MoE is set to introduce yet more reforms to the national university entrance exam. The changes include both written and oral sections, frequency of the tests, and scoring by both tiered cities and universities.

This issue’s General News section includes:
  • Three per cent of Chinese students expelled in 2014 in the US
This year’s NAFSA Annual Conference in Boston revealed that US universities expelled 8000 Chinese students in 2014. Understanding the reason behind these expulsions, and reviewing your institution’s current admission policies and student support systems will help prevent this number from growing.

  • New China-US project creates opportunities for academic exchange
China’s Minister for Education has announced a new project supporting thousands of academic exchange between China and the US, the largest government initiated exchanges between the two counties in recent history.

  • NYIT hosts conference: “MOOCs and Beyond”
New York Institute of Technology and Nanjing University of Post and Telecommunications co-sponsored a Nanjing-based conference drawing attention to the need to explore emerging technologies in higher education.

  • China to become the top study destination for Australian students
The number of Australian students studying in China is expected to surpass those studying in the US in the near future.

  • Shanghai Theater Academy joins nationwide arts alliance
A joint government, university and industry initiative in creative arts will explore a new model to produce artists with combined Chinese-Western training and entrepreneurial spirit.

The R&D section includes:
  • Chinese rail company establishes UK R&D center
China is demonstrating its high-speed train expertise to the world, establishing a rail research and development center in partnership with Imperial College and the universities of Birmingham and Southampton.

  • Chinese dairy giant Yili expands research collaborations overseas
China’s largest dairy producer Yili is looking at joint research with some of the worlds’ very best dairy research facilities.

In this edition’s Media & Market Monitor and Additional Data:
  • List of the world’s top 30 universities by number of international students and data on these universities’ media presence in China
  • Comparison of the number of Chinese students remaining overseas after study with the number that return to China
  • List of the top 20 Chinese universities by ranking vs. alumni donations, and list of the top 10 international sources of donations to US universities

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