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Academia Journal of Educational Research 2(11): 173-184, November 2014
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15413/ajer.2012.003
ISSN: 2315-7704
2014 Academia Publishing

 

 

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Reflections on the development of private higher education in China

 

Accepted 18th September, 2014

 

Guijuan Gao
Higher Education Research Institute, Tongji University
1239 Siping Road, Yangpu District,
Shanghai 200092, China.
E-mail: gaoguijuan64@sina.com; gjgao@tongji.edu.cn.

 

The Chinese private higher education, with the feature of different types of institutions, played an important role in the process of mass higher education in China. However, many private higher education institutions are facing the bankruptcy crisis, because of the change of environment, such as less enrollment, more severe competition and so on. After an overview of China's private higher education development since the open-door policy, this study mainly examines the bankruptcy crisis of private higher education institutions in China in the context of policy environment. This is undertaken through an investigation into the underlying limitations in the current policy environment. As a conclusion, recommendations are offered on the key issues aimed at overcoming the policy blocks encountered by the private higher education in China.

Key words: China, private higher education, bankruptcy crisis, policy environment.
 

This is an open access article published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

 

Cite this article as:
Gao G (2014). Reflections on the development of private higher education in China. Acad. J. Educ. Res. 2(11): 173-184.

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