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UK Universities and China

  • 9 July 2020
  • By Michael Natzler
  • HEPI number 132

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:

  1. Professor Gary Rawnsley, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Nottingham Ningbo China;
  2. Professor Simon Marginson, University of Oxford and Director of the ESRC / OFSRE Centre for Global Higher Education
  3. Viv Stern, Director, Universities UK International
  4. Professor Kerry Brown, Director of the Lau Institute, King’s College London
  5. Salvatore Babones, Adjunct Scholar, Centre for Independent Studies, University of Sydney
  6. Dr Sylvie Lomer and Dr Jenna Mittelmeier, University of Manchester
  7. Riddi Viswanathan, former Diversity Officer at the University of Manchester Students’ Union
  8. Kathy Daniels, Associate Pro-Vice Chancellor International, Aston University
  9. Yunyan Li, University of Bristol (PhD), UKCISA International Student Ambassador
  10. Rana Mitter, Professor of the History and Politics of Modern China and Director of the University of Oxford China Centre

1 comment

  1. David Law says:

    Some excellent content in this new report on UK universities and China, but why so little on UK TNE in China? I am leading an AUA Virtual Study Tour over the next three months to consider the way that PS colleagues contribute to the building and maintenance of strong TNE partnerships. Please contact me if you would like to help.

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