UK Universities and China edited by Michael Natzler is a new collection of essays which provides an overview of the opportunities and challenges faced by higher education institutions engaging with China.
The collection covers a wide range of issues from the importance of UK-China scientific research and the recruitment and integration of Chinese students, to self-censorship and the student experience of Chinese nationals in the UK.
The authors include:
- Professor Gary Rawnsley, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Nottingham Ningbo China;
- Professor Simon Marginson, University of Oxford and Director of the ESRC / OFSRE Centre for Global Higher Education
- Viv Stern, Director, Universities UK International
- Professor Kerry Brown, Director of the Lau Institute, King’s College London
- Salvatore Babones, Adjunct Scholar, Centre for Independent Studies, University of Sydney
- Dr Sylvie Lomer and Dr Jenna Mittelmeier, University of Manchester
- Riddi Viswanathan, former Diversity Officer at the University of Manchester Students’ Union
- Kathy Daniels, Associate Pro-Vice Chancellor International, Aston University
- Yunyan Li, University of Bristol (PhD), UKCISA International Student Ambassador
- Rana Mitter, Professor of the History and Politics of Modern China and Director of the University of Oxford China Centre