14 December 2012
Venue: Room 215, Level 2, Owen G Glenn Building
Contact info: Please RSVP by 10 December to Mutsumi Kanazawa
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Europe Institute seminar by Martin Bech.
Based on recent fieldwork at a number of Chinese elite universities, this presentation will focus on the role of Sino-foreign university campuses in the internationalisation and reform of China’s higher education system. It will also outline different forms of Sino-foreign university campuses and address the challenges related to setting up these institutions.
Martin Bech is a PhD student at Department of Education, Aarhus University, and affiliated to the Sino-Danish Centre for Education and Research. Previously, he has worked as Programme Manager at Nordic Centre, Fudan University, Shanghai, as well as at the Nordic Institute for Asian Studies, University of Copenhagen. Martin has a BA in East Asian Studies and MSc in Cultural Studies & International Development Studies. He is currently Visiting Researcher at Europe Institute, the University of Auckland.
Refreshments from 5pm, Level 2 Graduate Lounge, Owen G Glenn Building.
Seminar at 5.30pm, Room 215, Level 2, Owen G Glenn Building.
RSVP by 10 December to Mutsumi Kanazawa, firstname.lastname@example.org