Resources for Educators who are recruiting and enrolling students from China in the USA.

A Glimpse Into Chinese Primary and Secondary Schools

When I take a campus to China, one of the highlights of our visit is to a local primary and secondary school.  If you have not had a chance to go to China nor visit a local primary and secondary school, you are missing out! Here’s why: Be pleasantly surprise by how well the students learn English and the subject matter they are studying More...

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By irenetieh On Thursday, February 4th, 2016

China’s Ministry of Education closed 252 Sino-foreign cooperative education institutions and projects

Since 2014, China’s Ministry of Education has been cleaning house when it comes to transnational education. There are over 800 of these programs that have been approved along with over 600 joint programs with More...

By irenetieh On Friday, January 15th, 2016

Chinese Have More Choices in China? First joint U.S.-China program in law.

China had a rough start in 2016 as their stock markets crashed and growth rates are being adjusted. Although record number of students from China have been reported for U.S., will that change in the future as Chinese More...

By irenetieh On Friday, January 15th, 2016

Changes in China that will impact US schools

NAFSA National 2015 Recap From Recruiting Students from China for U.S. Institutions preconference workshop: In 2015, China’s Ministry of Education is no longer allowing new GuoJi Ban to be formed on existing More...

By irenetieh On Friday, July 31st, 2015

Chinese Education Culture: students=sponges

In my recent trip to China and interview with a alumni of Full Sail University, I was inspired to write this entry about the stark contrast between Chinese Education and U.S. Education. The alumni said that when More...