A Study on the Status Quo and the Prospect of the Development of Exchange Program: Based on Cases Between GDUFS and Latin American Universities

Jing LIN


In the context of economic and education globalization, exchange program is gradually becoming a new trend for university students’ international mobility and an updated way for the communication between universities. Based on the analysis of the questionnaires collected from Spanish-majored students, this paper elaborates the status quo and the prospect of the development of the exchange program between Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (hereinafter referred as “GDUFS”) and Latin American universities, hoping to provide feasible suggestions for the further development and promotion of the exchange and cooperation programs with Latin American universities.


The exchange program; International cooperation and exchange; Prospect of development

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/5841


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