Institutional Mobility

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  1. Xiaojie Li (University of Arizona, USA) shares how Chinese students on transnational education programmes make mobility choices. This is based on her recent co-authored article published in Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management.
  2. Dr Roie Yellinek (Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies, Israel) discusses how Confucius Institutes in the Arab world act as a tool of influence for China to exert its soft-power. This is based on his recent co-authored article published in Comparative Strategy.
  3. Dr Xiantong Zhao (Southwest University, China) discusses how Chinese undergraduate students conceive of learning in transnational programmes. This is based on his co-authored article recently published in SAGE Open.
  4. Dr Jingran Yu (Southern University of Science and Technology, China) examines Chinese students’ perceptions and experiences in consuming UK transnational higher education in China. This is based on her recent article published in Sociological Research Online.
  5. Dr Ryan Allen (Chapman University, USA) explores how institutions in China conceptualise world-class status through university rankings by drawing on his recent article in Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education.
  6. Dr Cora Lingling Xu (Durham University) introduces her co-authored paper on a typology of contemporary Chinese higher education mobilities based on a systematic narrative review of more than 250 journal articles, media and government documents.
  7. Dr Jie Ma (Xiamen University, China) introduces the strategic and contingent interrelations in Sino-UK higher education partnerships. This is based on her recent article in Journal of Studies in International Education.