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

Resources

Posted By irenetieh On Tuesday, May 28th, 2013 With 0 Comments

CHINESE EDUCATION OVERVIEW:
Alberta’s Assessment of Education from China
Chinese Service Center for Scholarly Exchange

VISA:
US Embassy in China
US Visa Process Explained in Chinese from US Embassy
US Visa Process Chinese Chart
SEVIS FAQ
SEVIS FEE

CREDENTIALS ASSESSMENT
We can learn a lot from our neighbors up north or across the pond.
Alberta’s Assessment of Education from China
Alberta’s International Qualifications Assessment Service
China’s Education Module from the Dutch
China Academic Degrees and Graduate Education Information (CDGDC) Minimum 1 month processing time, fee $100USD.
China Higher Education Student Information (CHSI) Diploma Verification Only, Free for recent graduates but $.20 per verification if not recent. Also known as www.chinayz.com.cn but redirected to chsi.com.cn.
World Education Services (WES)
National Association of Credential Evaluation Service (NACES)
Evaluating Foreign Transcripts: The A-Z manual by NY State

TRANSLATION SERVICES:
University Language Services (USL)

RANKINGS FOR CHINESE INSTITUTIONS
Academic Ranking of World Universities from Shanghai’s Jiaotong University The Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) is conducted by researchers at the Center for World-Class Universities of Shanghai Jiao Tong University (CWCU). This link is specifically for Greater China (Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong) Universities

ACADEMIC INTEGRITY
International Center for Academic Integrity

OTHER
American Council on Education
EducationUSA contact: Steven Yin Deputy Director in BJ
American Center for Educational Exchange
Institute of International Education’s Open Doors
USA Schools in China US Embassy should have reliable information, will update this if they give me an exact link.
ROI for Chinese Students Studying in US and Returning Home
1. 70% of the Chinese students are coming back to China after graduating.
2. 70% of the returnees 海归 will be employed by private companies (PRC Government give private companies incentives for hiring returnees who hold a college degree from accredited institutions).
3. 21% of the returnees 海归 are working in finance-related sectors.
4. Graduates from top 100 schools are making more money than those from other schools.
5. Graduates with work experiences overseas are making more money than those without any work experiences.

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