Internationalization and EU-China Academic Relations


Cristina Pinna
EU Science and Technology Fellowship to China, Peking University, Dongcheng District, Dongzhimen Beixiaojie, Min’an Xiaoqu, Beijing, China

Series: Global Political Studies
BISAC: POL000000

The internationalization process in higher education is one of the major goals of the development of higher education institutions around the world, due to the fact that the process of “knowledge exchange” aims at improving international competitiveness, a process closely related to national economic growth. The particular emphasis in this investigation is on development of EU and China academic relations in the contemporary period, looking in particular at how EU and China have been affected by the internationalization process in higher education and how their partnership has developed so far. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents



Defining the concept of internationalization

Internationalization and the Chinese perspective

EU’s policies in higher education

Internationalization and Chinese policies

The EU strategy with China: from a national to a regional approach in the relations with China

Policy dialogues, cooperative projects, academic mobility and the establishment of sino-european schools

Final considerations



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