Domestic higher educational institutions like Tsinghua University, Zhejiang University, and Shanghai Jiao Tong University dominate the industry as the Chinese government provides subsidies for approved services like education that are provided to domestic residents.
Exports within this industry are international students coming to study at Chinese universities. Imports refer to Chinese students at foreign higher education institutions. Both exports and imports have both been growing faster than total industry revenue over the past five years. The increase in foreign students in China over the past few years is the result of increasing economic development and a significant expansion and improvement in the quality of the country’s higher education institutions. In 2010, there were over 265,000 foreign students from 194 countries and regions studying in 620 higher education and scientific research institutes in China. In 2012, foreign students in China are expected to generate almost $1.0 billion for the industry. At the same time, students in China are increasingly prepared to travel overseas to obtain a quality education...What is more, the continued globalization of China's economy will facilitate frequent international exchanges and cooperation between institutions to raise the level of higher education in China and enhance the competitiveness of the industry. Report Key Topics
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