College of Humanities and Law, Shandong University of Science and Technology, Qingdao
Based on the cultural shocks in the education management for international students in China, cross-cultural management can improve the management efficiency and promote education of international student in China effectively.
Key words: Cross-cultural management; Foreign students in China; Culture shock; Higher education; Internationalization
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