A Comparison of the University education management in China and Britain and its enlightenment to reform of China's application-oriented Universities : based on the academic visit and observation of University of South Wales in Britain

Xu Tianshu, Paul Peachey, Owen Clark

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    Abstract

    In the context of higher education internationalization, the paper takes Suzhou University of Science and Technology and University of South Wales as the study objects, as they share similar educational concepts, orientations, and academic programs. The paper highlights the similarities and differences between the Chinese and British university education in terms of administration, academic hours, programs and curricular arrangements, classroom teaching contents and approaches, teaching evaluation and supervision, teaching assistance, teacher's job titles and technical posts, student management, and practical education programs. The paper attempts to expand the horizon, and to explore the approaches to reform of China's application-oriented universities.
    Translated title of the contributionA Comparison of the University education management in China and Britain and its enlightenment to reform of China's application-oriented Universities : based on the academic visit and observation of University of South Wales in Britain
    Original languageChinese
    Pages (from-to)83-87
    JournalJournal of Suzhou College of Education
    Volume34
    Issue number6
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 25 Dec 2017

    Keywords

    • comparison of education management
    • comparison of Chinese and British universities
    • application-oriented universities
    • reform
    • academic visit

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