International Education Fair Shanghai China - Event Details
- International Education Fair Shanghai China
- Shanghai Library
- Start date
- Sunday, 30-Apr-2017 starts 09:00
- End date
- Monday, 01-May-2017 ends 16:00
- Target Audience
- High school, College, Bachelor, Master, PhD
- Price (as of)
- 3500 EUR
+ International Education Fair Shanghai China - Event Description
This Education Fair is being organized in cooperation with CHEET, CSCE and sponsored by Qianyi Culture and Communication. It aims to set up a platform for all parties to publicize government policies on study abroad and provide the latest, most authoritative and straightforward information about studying abroad.
The organizers have successfully hosted this recruitment event for the past decade in over 30 major cities across China. It is acknowledged as the most influential international education event featuring overseas study. By the end of this year it has attracted over 2000 institutions from 55 different countries and regions to participate.
The International Education Fair in Shanghai is the platform for internationan schools, universities and business schools to promote their degree progras portfolio in China. During the past 10 years China has developed to become the world's largest student recruitment market.
+ International Education Fair Shanghai China - Visitor Info
+ International Education Fair Shanghai China - Participants
Previous Participants include:
Nanyang Institute of Management
University of Thai Chamber of Commerce Korea
Chichester CollegeGuildford University College
Trinity College DublinNational University of Ireland Maynooth
King George International College
International College of Music
Euromed Marseille Ecole De Management
University of Tasmania
Semey State Medical University
+ International Education Fair Shanghai China - Exhibitor Info
Chinese higher education study abroad data
China is the world's largest sending nation in terms of student number. In 2015 a total number 712,157 Chinese students were studying abroad (for or as part of a degree in higher education) according to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics. The most popular study abroad destinations are:
USA - 225,474
Japan - 89,788
Australia - 87,980
UK - 81,776
Korea - 38,109
Canada - 34,602
Hong Kong - 25,801
France - 25,234
Germany - 19,441
New Zealand - 12,219
Macao - 10,367
Italy - 9788
Thailand - 8,444
Netherlands - 4,638
Chinese Education System
To be admitted to university, Chinese students need to take the 高考 gaokao; the National Entrance Examination.To take part in the entrance examination, students must have a senior middle school graduation certificate, sometimes also translated as ‘general secondary education certificate’ (gaozhong).
Higher education is offered at institutions that call themselves ‘university’, ‘college’ or ‘school’. These include degree-awarding institutions (including several hundred research institutes), specialised institutions, professional universities, military institutions, medical schools and colleges (both regular and military), and executive training schools, which train staff for state-run companies and ministries.
Institutions that operate directly under the supervision of the Ministry of Education are the most prestigious (such as Peking University and Tsinghua University). The concepts of ‘college’ (学院 xueyuan) and ‘university’ (大学 daxue) are sometimes used interchangeably, yet ‘college’ usually implies a less prestigious institution than a university. The Chinese word for ‘university' (大学 daxue) is sometimes also translated as 'college'.
Bachelor and Master
Bachelor A bachelor’s degree (学士学位 xueshi xuewei) is awarded at the conclusion of a 4-year undergraduate programme (benke) at a higher education institution the nominal length of programmes in Medicine, traditional Chinese Medicine, Architecture and some Engineering and Music programmes is 5 years.