DescriptionSince the beginning of transnational education in mainland China, the government has launched a variety of policies on Sino-Foreign cooperative education to meet social development and educational reform at different phases. Transnational education in China has experienced a trajectory from early exploration to quality building, demonstrating a shift from broad and quantitative approach to more focus and qualitative characteristics. However, the rapid growth of transnational education is inevitably accompanied by several quality issues. Through a review of China's transnational education policies, this paper aims to analyze how the policy shift has affected the quality of instruction offered by Sino-Foreign universities and how these institutions have responded to the policy change by sustaining or enhancing the quality of teaching.
|Period||9 May 2023|
|Event title||Symposium on Internationalisation and Quality Management in Higher Education 2023|
|Organisers||Asia Pacific Higher Education Research Partnership (APHERP), Institute of Policy Studies, College of Education, National Chengchi University, Deakin University|