Industry Journal – Issue 16

May 2016


Issue 16
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:
      • The Chinese Study Abroad Market: More Room for Growth?
Policy:
      • China Standardizes EMBA Exams in Response to Allegedly Corrupt Institutions
General News:
      • Tsinghua Initiates Asian University Alliance
      • New National Report on Quality of Higher Education in China
      • China Removes 50 Disciplines from 42 Institutions
      • Snapshot: New Chinese-Foreign Joint Programs
R&D:
      • Australia and China Strengthen Joint Research Relationship
      • China Issues R&D Fund Management Guidelines
      • International Collaborations in R&D
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Take a look at what’s inside Issue 16…

  • Feature Article:  The Chinese Study Abroad Market: More Room for Growth?

This issue of CHE’s Industry Journal provides readers with an overview of study abroad market in China and helps answer the following questions:

  • Will China’s trend as the no. 1 source of study abroad students continue for the rest of this decade?
  • Or is this this the beginning a decrease in Chinese students seeking overseas education?
  • Which study abroad destinations were and might be most affected? Why?

CHE’s Industry Journal Issue 16 provides an overall picture of Chinese overseas study based on different destinations, comparisons of post-study options and trends related to growth in various markets (tertiary and high-school segments).


The Policy section in Issue 16 includes:

  • China Unifies EMBA Exams in Response to Alleged Corrupted Institutions
The MoE has released new guidelines standardizing the education and recruitment of EMBA students in an attempt to stem alleged corruption in the recruitment process. Subscribe to read more about the changes on EMBA student intake and how it has begun to impact executive education …


Issue 16’s General News section includes:

  • Tsinghua Initiates Asian University Alliance
The Asian University Alliance, launched at the 2016 Boao Forum for Asia Conference, aims to support the presence of Chinese universities and position the country as a key player of international ‘Ivy League’ quality schools. Subscribe to find out which institutions belong to the Asian University Alliance and its consequences for the region …
  • New National Report on Quality of Higher Education in China

China’s inaugural Higher Education Quality Report was released by MOE this month, acknowledging gaps between teaching practice and societal outcomes. Subscribe to learn more about the dimensions and findings of this report …

  • China Removes 50 Disciplines from 42 Institutions
Following an evaluation from the Academic Degrees Committee of the State Council, a large number of degree courses have been abolished. Contact Us to purchase the full list of course and institutions.
  • Snapshot: New Chinese-Foreign Joint Programs
A regular update on the latest Chinese-Foreign Joint Programs in China.


The R&D section in Issue 16 includes:

  • Australia and China Strengthen Joint Research Relationship
During the 2nd Australian Week in China, 6 new joint research centres were announced to tackle problems relevant to both countries. Subscribe to learn what these problems are and which institutions are involved …
  • China Issues R&D Fund Management Guidelines

The Ministry of Finance (MoF) and the National Nature Science Foundation of China issued new protocols for management of their massive budget, which topped $4 billion USD in 2015. Subscribe to find out about the major changes in usage of the R&D Fund and how the new policy will motivate participating Masters and PhD students as wll as international collaboration …

  • International Collaborations in R&D
A snapshot of recent R&D collaborations.


This issue’s Media & Market Monitor and Useful Data sections includes:

  • Online Media Exposure for Popular University Rankings in China
  • Online Media Exposure in China Leading Study Abroad Destinations
  • Newly-approved Undergraduate Joint Programs by Discipline (March 2016)
  • Newly-approved Joint Programs by Location (March 2016)
  • Chinese Students Currently Enrolled in China by Level of Study in 2013 and 2014 (millions)


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