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The Daxue 大学

The Daxue aims to present analysis of Chinese Higher Education policy, including HE internationalization; reform and development of Chinese universities; HE policy and wider social and economic development; HE policy and Socialism with Chinese Characteristics; Chinese HE and the international dimension,

The Daxue welcomes academics, researchers, doctoral students, postgrads, China watchers and anyone interested in Chinese HE to contribute to debate and discussion of China's reform sector. You can contact the site author and are encouraged to sign-up for email updates and RSS feeds.

The site also offers news on current study opportunities for students interested in coming to China for UG, PG and Study Abroad courses.

Site Owner: mikeygow

Most Recent Posts from The Daxue 大学

The Daxue Blog: Coming Soon

Over the coming months thedaxue.org will awaken from its slumber and publish a series of blog posts aimed at clarifying the vast terrain of Chinese Higher Education. The series of posts will hopefully be of interest to academics, scholars, university administrators, international officers and anyone with a passing interest in the sprawling web of institutions that constitute Chinese HE.In addition, we'll be looking at some of the major issues facing Chinese HE, includi...

Posted on 16 April 2014 | 8:01 am

The Elite Expands: CAS and CAE admit 103 new academicians to their ranks

Qiushi, the CCP's fortnightly magazine (published online at www.qstheory.cn), has published reports on the latest engineers and scientists to be admitted to the Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE, 中国工程院) and the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS, 中国科学院).  In total, 103 newly minted academicians were announced, with 51 making being annointed by the CAE, and 53 rising to the upper-echelons of China's science elite through admission to CAS.  The youngest appears t...

Posted on 20 December 2013 | 2:40 pm

The Daxue -Times Higher Education Article

Today's Times Higher Education on the rise if China's HE sector by John Morgan. Includes some info from a 2hr discussion with John in Chinese HE a few weeks back in Shanghai. Also interviewed are Professor Ian Gow OBE (aka Dad), Philip Altbach Hong Bing and Song Yonghua. http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/features/feature-china-on-the-fast-track/2009923.fullarticle Good coverage of different perspectives on academic freedom and China's potential to become a major global HE f...

Posted on 20 December 2013 | 6:01 am

Xiamen Malaysia Campus - Update

The China Education News (中国教育报) today reported on the continuing development of China's first overseas branch campus.  Chinese Original Language Source: http://edu.people.com.cn/n/2013/1216/c1053-23849160.htm Xiamen University, one of the prestigious Project 985 universities announced in January 2013 that they would establish a full-research would establish a branch campus in the city of Salak Tinggi.   Salak Tinggi is the capital of Sepang District, Selangor, Mala...

Posted on 16 December 2013 | 7:01 am

British Inter University China Centre - Introducing Dr Mike Gow

Very happy to announce that my doctorate has been confirmed. This site to be update soon. Dr Mike Gow, BICC Profile: http://www.bicc.ac.uk/2013/06/13/introducing-dr-mike-gow/ The British Inter-University China Centre (BICC), which provided full funding to me from 2006-12, has updated their website. BICC is a cross-institutional collaborative research centre led by BICC Director Professor Robert Bickers (Bristol). It was established in 2006 as a joint-research centre based across the Un...

Posted on 14 June 2013 | 11:15 am

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