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Enhancing Balanced Mobility Between China and Europe. CHE Weimin Chinese Service Center for Scholarly Exchange Ministry of Education, P. R. China. Increasing Openness in China Education. Statistics for the last decade. Top Five Countries Sending Students to China. 21.3%. 8%. 6.1%. 4.8%.

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enhancing balanced mobility between china and europe

Enhancing Balanced Mobility Between China and Europe

CHE Weimin

Chinese Service Center for Scholarly Exchange

Ministry of Education, P. R. China

increasing openness in china education
Increasing Openness in China Education
  • Statistics for the last decade
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Top Five Countries Sending Students to China

21.3%

8%

6.1%

4.8%

4.6%

  • Based on data in 2011
  • Among the Top Countries Receiving Chinese Students

United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Germany and France

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Mobility of Students between China and European Countries

Around 90,000 in total

United Kingdom

Around 3500 in total

Around 25,000 in total

Germany

China

Around 5400 in total

4.9%

Around 30,000 in total

France

Around 7592 in total

  • Based on data in 2011
imbalanced mobility between china and europe
Imbalanced mobility between China and Europe
  • Main obstacles to mobility

Comparability of education system, lack of information and sufficient funding, recognition of academic qualifications and degrees, language, visa and work permit issues etc.

facilitating a more balanced mobility
Facilitating a More Balanced Mobility
  • China-Europe People-to-People Exchange Mechanism
  • Education cooperation and exchange with Europe---- PRIORITY
  • CSCSE organizing education fair in Brussels in April
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Facilitating a More Balanced Mobility
  • Government’s national policy and initiatives facilitating two-way flows
  • Bilateral Agreement----Mutual Recognition of academic qualifications and degrees

China has signed bilateral agreements on mutual recognition of academic qualifications and degrees of higher education with 17 Europe countries.

facilitating a more balanced mobility2
Facilitating a More Balanced Mobility

Encouraging studying abroad and returning back

CSCSE’s role in government funded students and scholars, information platform — exhibition & forum, issuing foreign universities recommended list, pre-warning information release, degree certificates verification etc.

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Facilitating a More Balanced Mobility
  • Improve inward mobility
  • Scholarships
  • Study in China Plan—brand building and attract more international students—500,000 in 2020

“Mid and long-term education reform and development plan (2010-2020)”

  • Presenting national higher education system in international education fairs—CSCSE’s role in organizing education fairs abroad
  • Improving information on studying opportunities(study in china website)
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Facilitating a More Balanced Mobility
  • Institutional partnerships of Chinese and foreign higher educational institutions
  • CSCSE’s role in promoting institutional cooperation---HND and SATC
  • Joint programmes or projects
  • quality assurance
  • recognition mechanisms

---mutual credits recognition---IGEC

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