Industry Journal – Back Issue
Back issues of the CHE Industry Journal are availabile for purchase and provide an in-depth analysis of current issues and trends across the higher education industry in China.
Please indicate which back issue you are interested in by writing the issue number in the “Issue Number” box on the right.
You can learn more about each back issue by click on the appropriate link below:
|Issue 20||Mar 2017||
Graduate Employment – What Role Should Your Institution Play?
|Issue 19||Oct 2016||
Internationalization and the Private Tertiary Education Sector: How Prepared is China?
|Issue 18||Aug 2016||
China Branch Campuses: Opportunities and Challenges
|Issue 17||Jun 2016||
Understanding Foreign Degree Certification in China
|Issue 16||May 2016||The Chinese Study Abroad Market: More Room for Growth?|
|Issue 15||Mar 2016||2015 in Review: Which Key Events Impacted the International Education Market in China?|
|Issue 14||Dec 2015||Before and after Tu Youyou – how China recognizes top scientists|
|Issue 13||Oct 2015||The One Third Game: Curriculum Policy and Implementation in Chinese-Foreign Joint Degree Programs|
|Issue 12||Aug 2015||Designing the Optimal Curriculum for your Joint Program in China|
|Issue 11||Jun 2015||Making Best Use of Alumni Networks in China|
|Issue 10||Apr 2015||Building better partnerships in China & International fake degrees – alarming to education providers around the world|
|Issue 9||Feb 2015||Different Ways to Build a Physical Presence in China|
|Issue 8||Dec 2014||Shaping Your Social Media Strategy in China|
|Issue 7||Oct 2014||Paving the Way to Studying Abroad – Pathway Programs in China|
|Issue 6||Aug 2014||The Growth of Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) in China|
|Issue 5||Jun 2014||The Risks and Rewards of Establishing a Branch Campus in China|
|Issue 4||Apr 2014||Sino-Foreign R&D Collaborations in China|
|Issue 3||Feb 2014||Do the Benefits of an MOE-Approved Joint Program Outweigh the Drawbacks?|
|Issue 2||Dec 2013||How Effective is your Media Strategy in China?|
|Issue 1||Oct 2013||Working with Student Recruitment Agencies in China – A Parallel Approach|