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Crossing Borders in East Asian Higher EducationTransnational Higher Education in Japan and China: A Comparative Study

Crossing Borders in East Asian Higher Education: Transnational Higher Education in Japan and... [In recent years, development of transnational higher education has become an integral part of internationalization of higher education in many countries. However, the situation varies greatly between nations. For example, over the last decade, the import of transnational higher education has grown dramatically in China, whereas in Japan, which initiated transnational higher education as early as the 1980s, there has been a continuous decline in the number of branch campuses of foreign universities. Much current study in transnational higher education is concerned with mere description of transnational higher education at policy level, and little is known of its roles in and impacts on national higher education systems in a particular context.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Crossing Borders in East Asian Higher EducationTransnational Higher Education in Japan and China: A Comparative Study

Part of the CERC Studies in Comparative Education Book Series (volume 27)
Editors: Chapman, David W.; Cummings, William K.; Postiglione, Gerard A.

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Publisher
Springer Netherlands
Copyright
© Springer Netherlands 2011
ISBN
978-94-007-0445-9
Pages
265 –282
DOI
10.1007/978-94-007-0446-6_12
Publisher site
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Abstract

[In recent years, development of transnational higher education has become an integral part of internationalization of higher education in many countries. However, the situation varies greatly between nations. For example, over the last decade, the import of transnational higher education has grown dramatically in China, whereas in Japan, which initiated transnational higher education as early as the 1980s, there has been a continuous decline in the number of branch campuses of foreign universities. Much current study in transnational higher education is concerned with mere description of transnational higher education at policy level, and little is known of its roles in and impacts on national higher education systems in a particular context.]

Published: Jan 1, 2011

Keywords: High Education; Joint Program; Foreign Partner; Foreign Institution; Branch Campus

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