Study on Overseas Students Management and China’s Higher-Education Internationalization

WANG Xiuhua


The internationalization of higher-education canstrengthen the country’s influence in politics, economyand culture communications and exchanges. The overseasstudents education management is an integral part ofChina’s diplomatic work and bounden internationalistduty. Seizing the school strategic opportunities toexpand the foreign students to cultivate ideas, vigorouslydeveloping overseas students education based onuniversity characteristics of professional implementationof the characteristics of school, attracting foreign talent,strengthening more education exchanges, science andtechnology exchanges, cultural exchanges and economiccooperation will promote China's internationalizationof higher-education and get an invincible position in theworld competition of the educational resources which arethe focus in this paper.

Key words: Overseas students; Educationmanagement; Internationalization


Overseas students; Education management; Internationalization

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