亚洲国家的跨国高等教育 : 质量保障和学生学习体验

Translated title of the contribution: Transnationalization of Higher Education in Asia : Quality Assurance and Student Learning Experiences

莫家豪, 张优良

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Abstract

亚洲国家积极引进世界其他地区发达国家的高等教育资源,建立跨国高等教育机构和项
目,并不断完善跨国高等教育质量保障机构、制度和体系。 跨国高等教育的学生普遍满意其学习经历,认为教育效果符合其预期。 新时期,亚洲国家可进一步发挥跨国高等教育在连接亚洲以及世界其他地区发达国家高等教育的有益作用;亚洲国家构建跨国高等教育保障体系,需要来源国高校与本土高校之间的有效沟通,因地制宜、科学地设计方案;需关注学生的学习体验,培养学生应对未来挑战的能力。

Asian countries are actively introducing higher education resources from Western countries, establishing transnational higher education institutions and programs, and constantly improving the quality assurance organizations, institutions and systems of transnational higher education. Students in transnational higher education are generally satisfied with their learning experience and believe that the educational results are in line with their expectations. In the new era, the development of transnational higher education in Asian countries can further play the beneficial role of transnational higher education in connecting higher education in Asia and Western countries. To build a transnational higher education guarantee system, Asian countries need effective communication between universities in sending countries and local universities, and design programs in a scientific manner according to local conditions. Asian countries also need to pay attention to students’ learning and learning experiences and cultivate students’ ability to cope with the future world.
Translated title of the contributionTransnationalization of Higher Education in Asia : Quality Assurance and Student Learning Experiences
Original languageChinese (Simplified)
Pages (from-to)3-11
Journal世界教育信息 = Journal of World Education
Volume37
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2024

Keywords

  • 跨国高等教育
  • 质量保障
  • 全球胜任力

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