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  • China to reform college entrance exam system
    BEIJING, March 22 (Xinhua) -- China is soon to unveil a reform plan on the college entrance examination, considering two separate test modes for technical and academic students, an educational officia ... 【MORE】
  • China publishes list of 10,000 foreign institutions
    The Ministry of Education in China has published a list of over 10,000 authorised foreign educational institutions in a bid to make students more aware of unauthorised overseas universities, as a surv ... 【MORE】
  • Looking at chinese market trends for 2014
    In today’s ICEF Monitor post, we draw on a new report from Education New Zealand (ENZ) as a foundation for a 2014 update on trends in the key Chinese market.The China Trends Report: Education de ... 【MORE】
  • NACAC Assembly Approves New Policy for Recruiting International Students
    US colleges and universities wishing to use commissioned agents to recruit international students will now be permitted to do so, provided they follow new guidelines to ensure accountability, integrit ... 【MORE】
  • China increases nat'l basic education funds
    National spending on education amounted to 4 percent of China's 2012 GDP, up 0.07 percentage points from 2011, with the majority of the additional funds used to make improvements in basic educatio ... 【MORE】
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