Internationalization of Higher Education Under New Circumstances: A Case Study on Changchun University of Science and Technology
The generation of higher education internationalization has its own profound political, economic, technological and cultural factors, and the economic factor is one of the most important factors. Driven by economic interests, developed country has accelerated the output of educational resources to international markets. In order to enhance competitiveness and international visibility, institutions of higher education in developing countries have increased the speed and depth of cooperation with the developed countries through a variety of ways. Author proposed recommendations about the internationalization of higher education from the analysis of the connotation of internationalization of higher education and its causes. This thesis uses the nearly two years of Changchun University of Science international education as an example.
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