Professional Development Training: Education in China
Wednesday, 18th March 2020
This workshop utilises CHE and Venture Education’s expertise, focusing on trends and opportunities across a variety of sectors, including K-12, Vocational Education and Higher Ed, training and non-degree program.
Designed to help attendees build a thorough understanding of the industry as a whole, this workshop will provide insight into education policies and trends as well as equip you with recruiting, marketing and negotiation skills.
Experience interactive discussion, stimulating exercises and peer group learning in this immersive training session.
Can’t join this session? This workshop can be broken into smaller sessions and conducted
online at a time that suits your organization’s needs. Please get in touch with us.
- Landscape of HE, VET, K-12
- Legal issues in Joint Programmes
- Learning the roadmap of marketing in China
- The game of recruiting
- K-12 policies and opportunities
- The marriage between education and capital
- Negotiation and understanding Chinese culture
Included representatives from:
- Finnish Embassy
- Canadian Trade Office
- Schwartzman College
- University of Dundee
- University of West Indies
- Swiss Embassy
- New York University Shanghai
- University College Dublin
- City College Plymouth
|09:30-10:15||Overview/ TNE, Joint Porgrams & Joint Institutes||• Introduction to the history and evolution of transnational education and joint programs
• examination of the current status of international collaboration in education spanning HE, VET, and K-12
• Review of the recent trends in TNE/joint program approvals and evaluations
|10:15-11:00||Legal Issues||• identifying key legal issues, and explore key aspects of creating and maintaining collaborative agreements when establishing joint institutes with and without legal status.
• true of false: debunking the myths of joint program law
|11:45-12:30||Agency Management||• taking the first steps with recruitment agents when facing massive and complicated Chinese markets
• discussion on the optimally efficient number of agents that overseas universities should have in China
• "key buttons" you can press to get Agents to work for you
|12:30-13:15||A World Beyond WeChat||• Identifying the Latest Trends in Digital Marketing
• Case studies on digital identities and how they are used in recruitment
• Tips to navigating China’s Ever-Changing Digital Landscape
|14:00-14:30||Understanding the Landscape of the K-12 Market||• An overview of the market with a focus on bilingual & international schools
• Identifying key challenges and
opportunities across the Industry.
Successful International School
|• Understanding the intricacies of running an international school
• Share Do's and Don'ts of setting up and running schools in less transparent markets
• Recommendations on
the broader Education Community
Students in Bilingual Environments
|• Highlight the growing demand for globalized education in China
• Panel discussion on the extracurricular opportunities in and outside of school
|15:45-16:15||Policies & Regulations on the Delivery of International Programs in China||• Outline of the current legal status, and policies surrounding international and bilingual schools in China, with consideration of discrepancies in regional policies.
• Highlight the major issues affecting the K-12 sector
• Analysis on the trends on recent policy changes
|16:15-16:45||How to Prepare Chinese Students' Smooth|
|• Overview of student mobility
• Exploring the
drivers behind Students' and Families'
decisions on International Education Products and Services
|16:45-17:00||Open Discussion & Final Remarks|
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(Early-Bird Deadline: 31/01)
To register for this event, please fill out the following registration form. If you have any other questions, please email Amanda at Amanda@chinahighereducation.org or email@example.com