China University Admission and Bribery

“The New York Times” is reporting on a bribery scandal in China concerning the Gaokao, the all-important test that determine’s one’s college admissions fate if a student wishes to attend university within China. It should come as no surprise to our readers that there are allegations the entire system of university admission in … 

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China University Admission

There was a great article recently in “The Atlantic” by Yiqin Fu entitled, “China’s Unfair College Admissions System” that discusses how a quota system in the China university admission system only exacerbates great inequalities within the country. Curious to hear how truly unfair the system is? Well, here’s an example … 

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American Education in China

According to a university press release, the New York University Board of Trustees, the President of NYU, and the President of East China Normal University announced today that New York University would be opening NYU Shanghai, “a comprehensive research university with a liberal arts and science college in China’s financial … 

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University Admission in China

There was a recent change in the admissions process for universities in China. Previously, students in China interested in attending university in their native country took the National College Entrance Exam in the hope of getting accepted to one of the China’s top schools. But recently, “Nato,” (not the North … 

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