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China’s education going global

Monday,Sep 12, 2016

From: CCTV NEWS

CCG President Dr. Wang Huiyao joined the discussion along with prominent Chinese scholars on globalization of Chinese education system. During the discussion Dr. Wang emphasized the importance of establishing English programs and joint programs with overseas institutions and recruitment of international faculties in order to attract top foreign students to Chinese universities. Dr. Wang also pointed out the government’s recent reformation of policies allowing foreign students to work in China after graduation. He concluded that these foreign talents will promote the globalization and international competitiveness of Chinese companies.

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From CCTV NEWS,2016-9-10

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